Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 Game Review

Patrick Balthrop Jr., Staff Writer

November 28, 2012

Filed under Features

  Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is a celebrated game that attracted much hype going into the midnight release of the game. This game had people lined up hours before the time of release as fans of the game were anxious to...

New ‘Creed’ tougher than previous

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

November 13, 2012

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Everyone’s favorite modern day assassin Desmond Miles is back and better than ever. After wandering through the memories of his assassin ancestors Altair and Ezio, Miles finds and acquires two out of the three “pieces of Eden,”...

Teen Daze falls short of former work

Andrew Fernandez, Staff Writer

November 8, 2012

Filed under Features, Music

ALBUM REVIEW The rise of the Internet has given notice to smaller artists who would have otherwise gone unnoticed. Teen Daze, who tells his name as Jamison, is a solo artist from Vancouver, Canada who produces a wide genre...

Taylor Swift’s ‘Red’ paves way for Grammy gold

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

October 31, 2012

Filed under Features, Music

Like most of the teenage girls that make up the majority of her audience, Taylor Swift has 99 problems– but a boy is every one of them. The only difference between Swift and her teenage fan base is that her relationships translate...

Pinback rehashes old sound in latest album

Andrew Fernandez, Staff Writer

October 25, 2012

Filed under Features, Music

As if they never left, San Diego natives Pinback are back for a new album. The indie rock band led by Rob Crow and Zach Smith were most known for their local radio singles “Penelope,” and “From Nothing to Nowhere.” Producing...

Rian Johnson knocks audiences for a ‘Loop’

Joe Llorin, Features Editor

October 23, 2012

Filed under Features, Movies

If you thought 2009’s “Inception” was confusing, your head will literally be left spinning after seeing director Rian Johnson’s sci-fi action film “Looper.” In Shanghai of 2074, recently invented time travel is...

‘Perks’ Stays True to Story

Mark Gridley, Staff Writer

October 16, 2012

Filed under Features, Movies

Contrary to popular belief, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” isn’t a self-help guide for shy people. Instead it is a charming coming-of-age film based on the 1999 novel of the same name. With a wonderful story and beautiful...

The Green Flash pitches perfect trifecta

Kimmy Bloom, Staff Writer

October 12, 2012

Filed under Features, Food, Restaurants

You’ve scored yourself a hot date. Way to go! Being the gentlemen you are, you’re looking for the perfect place to impress the lucky girl. There are so many different considerations to take into account before making such a big decision. Is she a su...

Baby ukulele produces ‘grand’ sound

Andrew Fernandez, Staff Writer

October 11, 2012

Filed under Features, Music, Uncategorized

When one thinks of the ukulele, they may think of a toy instrument to be taken lightly or maybe the child famous on Youtube for covering Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours.” Jake Shimabukuro is one ukulele player who redefines the...


Jimmy Spillane, Staff Writer

October 11, 2012

Filed under Features, Movies, Top Stories

Bryan Mills returns in the sequel to Taken in order to save himself and his family from the Albanian terrorists once and for all. Bryan Mills played by Liam Neeson must fight the gangsters from Tripoga in Istanbul at every...

‘Retribution’ punishes fans of the series

Curtis Manlapig, Sports Editor

September 25, 2012

Filed under Features, Movies

Alice is back in the fifth installment of the popular zombie franchise "Resident Evil: Retribution", and to continue with the theme of its predecessors, she is the human’s last hope to save the world from the living dead. Alice,...