Long-awaited ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ is predictable

The new Netflix film “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” ultimately falls short in creating a suspenseful murder mystery. While it features a beautiful setting and well known actors such as Kate Hudson (Birdie Jay), Madelyn Cline (Whiskey) and Daniel Craig (Detective Benoit Blanc), it is very predictable from early on in the movie. They […]


‘White Lotus’ season two proves to be riveting, comedic watch

Ending with a 94% Rotten Tomatoes score, and four Golden Globe nominations, it is safe to say that HBO and producer Mike White completed another brilliant season of “The White Lotus.” The second season of the show premiered Oct. 30, 2022, and finished airing Dec. 11, 2022. The newest season features an ensemble cast of […]


College advisers give privileged advantage in college process

Every fall, millions of high school seniors across the country rush to complete the stressful and rigorous process of college applications. However, according to The Chronicle, in the past few years, colleges have seen a record number of applications, and their acceptance rates have plummeted as a result. To combat this issue, families have turned […]


New horror movie “M3GAN” delivers an enticing comedy-horror hybrid

Blumhouse Productions’ newest movie “M3GAN” is an over-the-top horror film that will make you burst out laughing while simultaneously causing you to cover your eyes out of fear. Despite the film’s comedic timing and gory depictions, its casting is poor and the plot is underwhelming. The movie follows Gemma (Allison Willams), a toy engineer working […]

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Should administration respond to complaints with censorship?

Pro Asher Nathan Staff Reporter A few months ago, several pictures of seniors wearing spandex and body paint to display school spirit at the football game against Washington Courthouse were removed from the website version of Bexleo, the high school’s yearbook publication. Despite these innocent attempts at being spirited fans, pictures featuring the senior girls […]


“Lyle Lyle, Crocodile” successfully revitalizes traditional children’s story

Sony Animation’s newest film, “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile,” based on the book by Bernard Waber, aims to refresh a classic children’s story and succeeds through its top-notch cast and stellar musicality. Award winning artist Shawn Mendes’ (Lyle) renditions of both original and covered songs will be stuck in your head for days. While it is slightly […]


Overwatch 2 surpasses expectations and reignites the games popularity

The release of “Overwatch 2” has been long desired by the gaming community after its prequel, “Overwatch,” gained worldwide recognition from the point of its release in 2016. The game was the original first person shooter (FPS) to receive game of the year by The Game Awards, which it received in its first year of […]


Despite its suspense and scares, “Smile” fails to captivate audience

Parker Finn’s “Smile” is not for the weak-stomached. From the intense opening shots, this film has you wanting to look away every scene. With suspense and jump scares around every corner, it seems that “Smile” would be a hit. Still, it doesn’t do enough to keep the audience invested throughout, causing it to be another […]


Female nudity in Renaissance paintings: liberation or sexualization?

The Renaissance: a period of artistic rebirth in Europe that prompted extreme reformation of former artistic techniques. Female subjects in particular experienced this reformation, as they were often portrayed nude in paintings. This is a result of the absence of women from the art sphere during the Renaissance. Therefore, there was a lack of female […]


Teachers unions should remain protected

In the last three years, remote learning has usually been synonymous with COVID-19 outbreaks. These past few months, however, students across Columbus were forced into remote learning as a result of teachers going on strike. The strike was organized by the Columbus Education Association (CEA), with goals of bargaining with the Columbus City Schools Board […]