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  • Baccalaureate Mass...............................................................May 21
  • Graduation at Bellarmine Knights Hall.................................................................May 22
  • Senior Breakfast and Awards Ceremony................................................................................May 20

‘Magnificent Seven’ Surprisingly Good

Josh Willis, Staff Reporter October 18, 2016

Looking for a movie with classic style and modern effects? If so, "The Magnificent Seven" is a good fit. The movie, a remake of the 1960 film with Antoine Fuqua directing, is a western with a group...

Highland Morning Provides Tasty Breakfast Fare

Michael Webb, Staff Reporter September 27, 2016

The aroma of grilled cheese and tomato soup that formerly lingered outside the building has been overtaken by the savory smell of blueberry pancakes, biscuits and gravy, and meat-filled omelets. Highland...

‘Dark Souls 3’ a Daunting but Rewarding Experience

Robert Davis , Editor May 18, 2016

There are many words to describe the Dark Souls series -- engaging, fun, unique -- but the chief word is difficult. The Dark Souls series has always been advertised as hard, even titling the first game...

No Joke, Addictive ‘Infinite Jest’ Mesmerizes

Connor Rafferty, Staff Reporter May 17, 2016

                                                                                                                    “A brain that can...

Did ‘Mockingjay’ Make a Mockery of ‘The Hunger Games’?

Hunter Mulloy, Staff Reporter May 16, 2016

Though it's been on DVD since late March, I've just gotten around to seeing the last installment of Suzanne Collins' "The Hunger Games" trilogy. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2" just did not...

It’s No Wonder, Strong Battle Scenes Rescue ‘Batman vs Superman’

Michael Hellinger, Staff Reporter May 13, 2016

Bruce Wayne, billionaire playboy by day, crime fighting superhero by night. Kal-El, simple reporter Clark Kent by day, Superman forever. Two of the most well-known and beloved superheroes duke it out...

Gospel Influence Adds Significance to Kanye’s ‘The Life of Pablo’

Ryan Cywinski, Editor April 12, 2016

Perhaps Kanye West’s most hyped album to date, “The Life of Pablo” also underwent a number of name changes. When the album initially began production, it began under the title “So Help Me...

The Bleak, Enigmatic ‘Spiderland’ Turns 25

Connor Rafferty, Staff Reporter March 14, 2016

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the enigmatic album "Spiderland."  Louisville’s own Slint formed 30 years ago this year. They broke up in 1991, leaving us with two albums (and...

‘Deadpool’ Emotional, Fun — and a Bit Disturbing

Jack Tompkins, Staff Reporter March 11, 2016

Most movies today seem to have a formula infused in the genre. Mysteries and thrillers try to keep you guessing. Comedies have jokes that are repetitive. Romances have a couple fall in love, break up,...

Thin Plot but Plenty of Laughs in ‘Ride Along 2’

Michael Hellinger, Staff Reporter February 8, 2016

Explosions, nightclub shootouts, and sports cars in Miami. Sounds like another another edition of the neverending buddy cop movie franchise. "Ride Along 2 -- Training Day is Over" is the second production...

Fallout 4 a Mix of Good and Bad

Robert Davis , Editor January 4, 2016

The year 2077, the year the world unfurled. The Great War between the United States and China wages on, until ending with complete nuclear destruction. The company Vault Tec created many vaults for such...

You Better Watch Out. You Better Not Pout ………… Krampus is Coming to Town!

Patrick Schmitt, Staff Reporter December 17, 2015

The stockings are hung, the family is near, the fire is hot, and Krampus is here. A darkly funny tale of the horrors of a chilling folkloric figure’s mental onslaught on a squabbling family on Christmas...

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