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Netflix debuts new trailer for Marvel’s Iron Fist

Netflix debuts new trailer for Marvel’s Iron Fist

Ramon Alvarado, Reporter

February 7, 2017


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Marvel just doesn’t stop. And with numerous movies and shows in their seemingly never-ending cinematic universe already out, their plans for the future show that they have no intentions of slowing down. Today, February 7, Netflix has debuted the new trailer for Iron Fist, the latest installment in Marve...

Nintendo’s Super Bowl Switch

Matthew Salcido, Reporter

February 7, 2017


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With a 28-12 lead, nine minutes and 40 seconds before the end of this year's Super Bowl, the Atlanta Falcons' win probability was at a significant 99.9 percent. Then, cut to Nintendo's  commercial for their upcoming Switch console, and that surefire Atlanta victory suddenly switched... Signific...

Works of art brought to life at the Wray

Works of art brought to life at the Wray

November 21, 2016


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Jane Zwerneman, Assistant Director of the Stuart Collection, visited Rio Nov. 8 and held a presentation at the Wray Theater. Zwerneman discussed the public art collection, which features site-specific works made by 18 different artists around the UC San Diego campus. Some artists in the collection include Bruce...

Intel Extreme Masters: Oakland

Intel Extreme Masters: Oakland

Andrew Rudin, Science and Technology Editor

November 21, 2016


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The Intel Extreme Masters tournament shows some prominence in the Counter-Strike Esports community. This year IEM will occur in Oakland, California November 19-20. IEM will also host a League of Legends tournament, but it's not the main event as the prize pool for LoL is $100,000. To put that into p...

Overwatch’s New Season

Overwatch’s New Season

Danny Celiz, KRHC Station Manager

November 21, 2016


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Game developer Blizzard finally made some exciting Overwatch announcements at Blizzcon that include a new Hero to play, Sombra, as well as new game modes for the Overwatch community to enjoy. While the new Hero and game modes aren’t out officially on the game, those players who have the PC version...

Festival Supreme: Eight hours of comedy, music, and pure entertainment

Festival Supreme: Eight hours of comedy, music, and pure entertainment

Malissa Myers, Editor- in- Chief, Digital

November 15, 2016


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The 4th annual Festival Supreme took place October 29th at The Shrine Expo Hall in Los Angeles, with headliners Flight of the Conchords and Weird Al Yankovic, amongst many others. Jack Black and Kyle Gass, of the comedy duo Tenacious D, curate the huge comedy and music fest every year around Hallowee...

‘The Laramie Project’ delineates heavy emotion

‘The Laramie Project’ delineates heavy emotion

Jake Laurell and Diana Juarez

November 15, 2016


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The Laramie Project play premiered at the Wray Theater Nov. 3, running through Nov. 6, and did not hold back in stirring up emotions. It held up a mirror to our society, forcing the viewer to self-reflect. The play depicted the aftermath of the death of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student that ...

‘Jackie’ is a meditation on death and legacy

‘Jackie’ is a meditation on death and legacy

Diego Crespo, Editor- in- Chief, Print

November 15, 2016


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At one point in Pablo Larraín's "Jackie," the titular First Lady discusses funeral plans for her late husband, President John F. Kennedy, with Jack Valenti. She subtly usurps the procession plans for JFK's casket as Valenti grows increasingly frustrated at the First Lady before asking why she insists o...

From Networking to Gaming: Gameroom

From Networking to Gaming: Gameroom

Andrew Rudin, Science and Technology Editor

November 15, 2016


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Facebook has made an attempt into the pc gaming market, challenging distributors like Valve’s Steam client. Facebook announced its desktop app Gameroom, which brings Facebook users into a gaming experience outside of their browser. Facebook initially announced a platform for their games in August of 20...

A standard Marvel movie with a hint of Strange

A standard Marvel movie with a hint of Strange

Noah Garcia, Opinion Editor

November 9, 2016


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“Doctor Strange” is, in itself, a strange character and choice for the next standalone Marvel/Disney superhero film. With audiences asking for a Black Widow movie and getting excited for other Marvel properties i.e. Black Panther, Spider Man Homecoming, etc. The decision to choose this chara...

Beach Goth’s diversified headliners almost made up for its lack of organization

Beach Goth’s diversified headliners almost made up for its lack of organization

Pete Escobar, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 28, 2016


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Costume- filled crowds bombarded The Observatory grounds this past Saturday and Sunday for The Growlers' fifth annual Beach Goth music festival. You’d think it was their first, though. Not to say the festival was bad, but the organization was definitely lackluster. This is probably because the lo...

‘The Magnificent Seven’ sticks to tradition

‘The Magnificent Seven’ sticks to tradition

Andrew Caraveo, Staff Writer

October 19, 2016


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Want a formula for success? Take hollywood’s surging new star, surround him with mainstay veterans, and throw in a beloved western from the 60’s era of film to top it all off. The Magnificent Seven , directed by Antoine Fuqua who also directed films such as Training Day and Southpaw, is a remake o...

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