The Sharyland Band Prepares for Competition

Alyssa Cavazos and Natalia Gonzalez

September 17, 2010

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Over 466 feet will march anxiously on to the football field during the Pigskin band competition, hoping that all their hard work will pay off. A thunderous voice calls out “Sharyland High School – Division...” “I never on...

Iron Man 2

Iron Man 2

May 14, 2010

3D Films and Why They’re Bad

Jose De Leon III, Staff Witer

April 8, 2010

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This past year, Avatar established a lot of things, among them the fact that audience members will pay the extra $3-$5 to watch a 3D film, thus every studio has decided to release their movies in 3D to get more money.  That is ...

Avatar Vs. The Hurt Locker and other Predictions

Jose S. De Leon III, Writer

March 6, 2010

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Well, here it is, the Oscar season is almost over. It all comes down to this, the 82nd Annual Academy Awards which arrives this Sunday and will determine which film will go down in history as the best movie of 2009. Read on fo...

Reviews for An Education & Crazy Heart

Jose S. De Leon III, Staff Writer

February 16, 2010

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Has there been a movie this past year with the same amount of wonder as An Education? An Education tells the story of sixteen year old Jenny, the head of her class at an all girls school in 1961 England who is planning on atte...

My Oscar Prediction Sheet

Jose S. De Leon III, Staff Writer

January 28, 2010

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On February 2, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will unveil their nominees for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards, and in effort to shine their love on other movies, the Academy has expanded their list of Best Pictu...

The Best Films of 2009

Jose S. De Leon III, Staff Writer

January 27, 2010

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With 2009 behind us, it’s time to look at the films of last year to discuss which ones were the best. Overall, 2009 was a typical year for movies, it wasn’t as great as 2007 or as awesome as 2008, but nonetheless good films...

We’re All Better off With Ted

Jose S De Leon III, Staff Writer

January 27, 2010

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Better off Ted is the funniest show on television, it’s that simple. It premiered last year on ABC, and now ABC is planning on canceling it, it’s a shame because they, and audience members, have no idea what they’d miss o...

Best of the Fall 3: V

Jose de Leon III, Staff Writer

January 21, 2010

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On a day like any other, a man is buying an engagement ring, a priest is opening his church, and a mom finds out her teenage son is in the hospital. It all seems like a normal day on Earth, and then THEY arrive. They are “visitors”...

Best of the Fall 2: Modern Family

Jose de Leon III, Staff Writer, Staff Writer

January 4, 2010

Filed under A & E, Television

Imagine every tired cliché that exists in the average sitcom family: the grumpy grandpa, the bimbo of a wife, the gay son, and the list goes on. Enter Modern Family, the new sitcom from ABC that blows away everything conventi...

The Best of the Fall: Glee

Jose S. De Leon III, Staff Writer

December 4, 2009

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Glee deserves an award; it’s the only show on TV that makes you feel like the title. This is television’s happiest show. Glee is the story of Spanish teacher Will Shuester (Matthew Morrison), who takes over the school’s...

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