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Carlton Mcgrone

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The Fresh feels new but remains dull

Considering the number of petitions that have sprung up over the past few years, it comes as to no surprise that the Fresh would...

MAGA video sparks massive controversy online

After a video of pro-Trump Catholic school students supposedly taunting a Native American peace protester surfaced, news outlets latched onto this information, framing the...

‘The Promised Neverland’ premiere shocks audiences

One of the most highly anticipated anime premieres of the winter season, “The Promised Neverland,” did anything but disappoint its wide range of viewers...

‘What If It’s Us’ triumphs as an LGBT novel for young adults

Two incredibly well-received young adult authors known for their novels that depict the struggles of traversing and maintaining gay relationships come together in the...

‘Pokemon: Let’s Go’ is the perfect nostalgic game

Over 20 years since “Pokémon” debuted in the U.S., trainers can once again return to the Kanto region in the highly anticipated “Pokémon: Let’s...

People experience ‘Pokémon Go’ on campus

Two years after the game’s initial release, I finally participated in my first “Pokémon Go” Community Day event, and I finally realize what I’ve...

‘Twilight’ is actually a horrifying Halloween saga

There’s nothing more horrific than sparkling, mind-reading vampires who inhabit a luxurious mansion while seducing mortals. Despite its less-than-stellar, almost trashy, reputation“Twilight” presents a...

‘Venom’ works best as a psychological horror film

From the smoldering dregs that was the destable “Spider-Man 3” comes Sony’s surprisingly decent film in the “Spider-Man” universe, “Venom,” an anti-hero themed film...

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Student starts petition over Southern Miss Tuition

Sara Aziz, a sophomore Forensics Science major,...
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