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”By the Way, Meet Vera Stark”: A Witty, Thoughtful Look Into the History of Hollywood

”By the Way, Meet Vera Stark”: A Witty, Thoughtful Look Into the History of Hollywood

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor December 6, 2021
A review of the recent production from Grossmont College’s Stagehouse Theatre.
“Breaking Boundaries 2021”: Passionate but Confusing

“Breaking Boundaries 2021”: Passionate but Confusing

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor November 30, 2021
A review of the student-choreographed production from the Grossmont Dance Department.
2021 Sees Red With (Taylor’s Version)

2021 Sees Red With (Taylor’s Version)

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor November 14, 2021

Quarantine has spoken to Taylor Swift in ways that most people couldn’t even begin to fathom. She surprise-dropped “Folklore” in July 2020, which earned her a Grammy for “Album of the Year,”...

“Spencer” Review: A Psychological Horror Biopic

“Spencer” Review: A Psychological Horror Biopic

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor November 14, 2021

Many of Grossmont’s students likely weren’t around to witness the death of Princess Diana. It was one of the most notable events of the 1990s, shocking the entire world. The story of the former British...

“Dune” Review: Visual Storytelling At Its Finest

“Dune” Review: Visual Storytelling At Its Finest

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor November 14, 2021

In film, science fiction is a genre usually accompanied by another genre. Films like “Aliens” use action as a venue to tell the story. Sci-fi can even be used with comedy, leading to great films like...

Literary Acorns

Literary Acorns

Abdali Khan, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

More than 60 poets, writers and listeners participated in a reading held by Grossmont’s own literary magazine the Acorn Review on Sept. 14. Julie Cardenas, the publication’s faculty advisor, said...

Promotional Artwork by Lisa Lakatos

“Into the Woods” Both Flies and Falls in the World of Fairy Tales

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor October 6, 2021
A review of The Stagehouse Theatre’s first production of the 2021/2022 season.
Students Need to Eat

Students Need to Eat

Curt Brooks, Editor-in-Chief September 22, 2021

What college student isn’t hungry for a cheap meal? It’s not very often you get an opportunity to try the cooking of the students on campus, especially during a pandemic. This is that perfect opportunity...

Into the Woods illustration by Ceinna Wolters

Bringing the Stage Back to Life

Makayla Hoppe, Deputy Editor September 22, 2021

After a long hibernation, live theater seems to be returning to stages across the country. Along with movie theaters, baseball stadiums and concert venues, live theater and its audiences will have to...

Godzilla vs. Kong

Godzilla vs. Kong

Curt Brooks, Staff Writer June 18, 2021

The gloves are off! Oh, wait the claws-- or was it paws? It doesn’t matter because it's kaiju versus kaiju. Giant monsters square off in “Godzilla vs. Kong,” which was released this spring. It’s...

Artwork: Class Portrait Cyanotype created by instructor CJ Heyligers PHOT-166 (Image and Idea) class during the Fall 2019 semester. Presented in the last in-person Hyde Art Gallery Exhibition, the Fall 2019 Student Art Show.

Home-Made Two

Kennedy Humphrey June 18, 2021

The Hyde Art Gallery of Grossmont College closed the Spring semester with “Home-Made 2.” This exhibit features student work from a wide range of categories such as sculpture, drawing and painting,...

Zack Snyders Justice League

“Zack Snyder’s Justice League”

Curt Brooks May 26, 2021

“Justice League” was a big blockbuster film made to challenge the likes of Marvel’s “Avengers.” It was released in 2017 and ended up being a major flop compared to its competition. Fast forward...

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