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Death Note fails to meet expectations

Death Note fails to meet expectations

October 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Tea’ Claus Staff Writer Death Note’s newest film adaptation feels rushed, confusing and dissatisfying. Directed by Adam Wingard, the film follows the story of Light Turner. Light is an intelligent high school student who finds a death note after giving a student his homework for money. Light reads the insideRead More

Blade Runner 2049 hits the ground running

Blade Runner 2049 hits the ground running

October 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Jarrod Flaherty Staff Writer Blade Runner 2049 is a visually-attractive, cinematic masterpiece. Since the minute the first trailer dropped, I was unbelievably excited to see it in theaters. Even though I have never seen the 1982 original, the previews sold me on what promised to be a visual masterpiece. FromRead More

The Killers kill the charts with Wonderful Wonderful

The Killers kill the charts with Wonderful Wonderful

October 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Isabella Kokoszko Layout Editor The Killers latest release, “Wonderful, Wonderful”, features alternative rock reminiscent of their previous work. “Wonderful, Wonderful” is their sixth album, and their highest-rated since the release of “Sam’s Town” in 2006. The regular soundtrack features 10 tracks, while the deluxe features 13 tunes, each touching onRead More

What does your building horoscope reveal about you?

October 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Nick Fisk Staff Writer Bulmer Telecommunication Center (March 21st- April 19th) – You’re a very technical, detail-oriented person. Many people see you as one of the best at what you do, though admittedly it takes a lot just to keep up. Not many people know how much time and effortRead More

Senate Presidents leadership skills polished by Hudson Valley

Senate Presidents leadership skills polished by Hudson Valley

October 11, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Grace Sgambettera Staff Writer Involvement may not seem like a surprising quality for the President of Hudson Valley’s Student Senate to have, but for Nathanael Savasta it’s been a learning process. In high school, Savasta said he focused on sports and his social life more than anything else and didn’tRead More

How can students make money on campus?

How can students make money on campus?

October 5, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Jacob Pitts Staff Writer Students of all interests and personalities have the potential to make money and get involved on campus. Whether you’d enjoy tutoring in the Marvin Library’s Learning Assistance Center or giving campus tours, odds are you can find a way to contribute that adheres to your classRead More

Kingman: The Golden Circle falls short of predecessor

Kingman: The Golden Circle falls short of predecessor

October 5, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Jarrod Flaherty Staff Writer Bigger is not always better. In 2014, a film called Kingsman: The Secret Service was released, and it took everyone by surprise. Delivering great action, a witty script and notable performances, The Secret Service did what James Bond hasn’t been able to do in years: makeRead More

Does your GPA define your abilities?

Does your GPA define your abilities?

October 5, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Zoe Deno Staff Writer “What do you call a doctor who had the lowest GPA in his class? A doctor,” said David Robertson, an engineering science major, when discussing if GPA’s are as important as students are led to believe. College faculty commonly tell students that their GPA will affectRead More

Local award-winning restaurant offers authentic Thai food

October 5, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Emmy Farstad Copy Editor Students seeking an authentic dining experience that caters both to dietary restrictions and a tight budget need not look any further than Sri Siam. Sri Siam is an award-winning Thai restaurant that offers a multitude of ethnic dishes ranging from mild-mannered to blow-your-socks-off spicy. The restaurant’sRead More

Students share their experiences adjusting at HVCC

September 27, 2017 at 12:00 pm 0 comments

Nick Fisk Staff Writer From the classes and teachers, to the new friends and lack of free time, first-year Hudson Valley students are noticing a drastic difference from high school. Freshman physical education major Garfield McDonald said, “It was an easy adjustment, [but] you gotta be willing to do theRead More