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‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ intertwines music with modern day media

Mehek Kapur, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2018

The 1975’s third album, “A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships,” has shaken up the music scene after dropping Nov. 30 with a series of well written tracks covering everything from love, to the internet. There's no exact genre to describe the album, but from start to finish, it’s a wild ride....

Did ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ make or break it?

Did 'Ralph Breaks the Internet' make or break it?

Hwan Lee and Brenna White, Staff Reporters

November 28, 2018

PRO: 'Ralph Breaks the Internet' is a colorful film with a heartwarming tale By Hwan Lee “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is a hilarious and beautifully animated film that will bring you a horde of laughs filled with clever references to the mainstream internet, while exploring the depths of true f...

‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ is a far cry from the charm of its predecessor

Brenna White, Staff Reporter

November 28, 2018

This is part two of a two part review. Read the counter review here. "Ralph Breaks the Internet" forfeits the nostalgic charm and subtle writing from its predecessor for pop culture references and the flashy, but frivolous world of online media. Fearing the worst based on the trailers, one can say ...

Opinion: Memes spread false information

Ryan Chen, Photo Editor

May 21, 2018

This article is from a two part debate on how memes affect modern culture.   Memes spread misinformation, escalate racial tensions, and create false expectations that lead to disappointment. They do not grant the full picture and are not a valid substitute for truth. The recent memes about Ma...

Opinion: Memes raise awareness, add humor to media

Dan Nguyen, Staff Reporter

May 21, 2018

This article is from a two part debate on how memes affect modern culture.   Memes are good because of the awareness they raise for important issues and events, despite the controversy surrounding them. For example, when Mark Zuckerberg was on trial for allowing a Cambridge Analytica t...

De Anza College “Naruto Run” brings community within students

Andrew Shinjo, Editor In Chief

October 17, 2017

Memes become a reality at De Anza College as students sprint around campus doing the Naruto run on Wednesday Oct. 4. “I wanted the meme to transcend beyond the internet. Since I think memes are one of the best ways to grab people’s attention,” said the organizer of the event, Robb James, 20, film an...