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HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans / Living Without Limits: Not Always The Best

HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans / Living Without Limits: Not Always The Best

For their Journalism Final Exam students wrote two pieces, one objective and one commentary, related to the theme of “technology.”  K.E. FISHER tackled HBO’s sci-fi series “Westworld.” HBO’s “Westworld” Creates Moral Divide Among Television Fans By K.E. FISHER In October of 2016, HBO premiered the science-fiction thriller series “Westworld.” The plotline focuses on the strange […]

Hype for the Apocalypse

Hype for the Apocalypse

“The Walking Dead” is an incredibly popular show on the television channel AMC, and the fanbase is most certainly not extinct here at Talawanda High School. The television show takes place in a post apocalyptic America, where a County Sheriff, Rick Grimes, is forced to survive in a world ruled by zombies, or, as they […]

Movies You Should See Before You Graduate

Movies You Should See Before You Graduate

With summer coming up and plenty of time to watch movies, “The Tribune” asked your teachers what films they thought students should see before they graduate high school and here are their recommendations:   “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” (1966) recommended by Mr. Maynard “The Godfather” Part I (1972) & Part II (1974), […]

Saturday Night Live Provides Humor to Historical Presidential Race

Saturday Night Live Provides Humor to Historical Presidential Race

The last presidential election skit on “Saturday Night Live” (SNL) aired last Saturday, November 5, three days before election day. Throughout the election, Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon have acted as the two main nominees for president, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. This last skit was a mock of a CNN interview hosted by Erin […]

Alice Through the Shortcoming

Alice Through the Shortcoming

“Alice Through the Looking Glass,” a 2016 film directed by James Bobin, was a very big disappointment compared to the original “Alice in Wonderland” directed by Tim Burton. Both movies are around 2 hours long with the original being a little shorter than the new version. The story is completely random with everyone jumping around […]

N. Craig’s Top Ten Horror Movies of All Time

N. Craig’s Top Ten Horror Movies of All Time

Halloween is coming up and in order to get your jump scares in the Tribune’s resident scary movie expert Nik Craig is counting down the top ten horror movies of all time: 10: Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968) Released in 1968, Rosemary’s Baby follows a young married couple, Rosemary (Played by Mia Farrow), and her […]