Thursday, August 6, 2020

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A few months ago, Lil Uzi Vert released his highly anticipated album, Eternal Atake, and it's going off the charts, still staying 3rd on the album chart for eight weeks in a row. However, he's been running the game for a while now, as this isn't his only major album. Things haven't always been going his ways, as he...
The U.S. Soccer Development Academy program, born in 2007, was set up to develop players into world-class talents and has been the #1 league for soccer players. As players stand out, it's typically the best of the best who play in the DA, and that's the way it's been for over 10 years. Competition and politics can also play...
"There are more captive tigers in the US than there are in the wild." This shocking fact opens and closes one of Netflix's latest and hottest shows from March, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. While the title alone captivates and draws the audience's attention, it doesn't even begin to tell the insane story that weaves and develops throughout the...
It has been years since the release of the Xbox One and the PS4. The time is now to once again ignite the console wars. Which console is better? Which console is cheaper? I will answer all of those questions with what we currently know or should predict with these two consoles coming out this holiday season. I will also...
In Trump's last couple briefings, he has emphasized how people need to return back to work to improve the economy and get people earning money. While that statement has had mixed reactions from politicians all across the US, his message seemed to resonate to Governor Greg Abbott, who is changing his approach on the coronavirus pandemic. On Monday, Texas governor...
A Homestuck fan game, Felt Mansion follows the webcomic’s four main characters as they explore the titular mansion. The game adapts the comic’s lore in some lively and interesting ways while staying faithful to Andrew Hussie’s story and ethos. The game centers around a series of boss fights with fifteen time-manipulating members of the Felt. As you play, you...
Jesuit's Class of 2020 has endured a wild ride over the past four years, and this year has offered no shortage of turbulence. From the October tornado to the Ranger Day cancellation, many seniors looked to second semester as an opportunity to enjoy the last few months of high school with the teachers, classmates, friends, and brothers they've grown...
Every generation of people in America has faced an event that dramatically changed their world. Baby Boomers faced the Civil Rights movement, the JFK assassination, and the Cold War. Generation X faced Watergate, the Vietnam War, and a continuing struggle for Civil Rights. Millennials faced the Great Recession and 9/11. So far, Generation Z (Zoomers) has not had an...

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