Despite the intriguing subtitle “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” Rowling’s Wizarding World series feels like an extended prologue to a better movie that hasn’t yet been made.
Netflix hikes monthly prices consequently losing subscribers Netflix has seen better days on the stock market. Amidst increased prices and less quality shows, Netflix now faces unprecedented low
O’Connor reflects on his time at Saddleback before he retires this year Inside an office with white walls, one desk and one computer at Saddleback College in the
An inside look into the production of WALL Literary Journal and the staff’s experience As I arrive home from a morning full of classes, I sit at my
Dr. Edward R. Curammeng, Ph.D from California State University Dominguez Hills presented a lecture on critical race theory through Zoom on Friday, April 29. During the presentation, he
Ace erasure is still a huge problem in media and society While browsing the LGBTQ+ side of TikTok, I came across a video that edited the pride flag
A spoiler-filled review of Disney+’s Rescue Rangers movie After 32 years of silence, “Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers” is back and, boy, did they make quite a reentrance.
Las Ahumaderas Tacos El Paisa is a well-hidden gem in TJ With the summer quickly approaching and Finals are upon the students, many might feel ready for
What if Saddleback had it’s own team? Saddleback is known to host a variety of sports with something for every student to enjoy. However, there is a
10 recommendations for the best places to eat locally. As a native New Yorker, I’m pretty snobby about what I choose to eat. New York is by far
Always standing guard. Saddleback College’s infamous “Crow O’clock,” as the staff lovingly puts it, is a seasonal feathery phenomenon that consists of hundreds of crows migrating to the
Why do cats get a bad wrap? Cats used to be worshiped in Ancient Egypt, and cats are still worshiped in the households they reside in. Yet, there