Will Unrealistic Clothing Sizes in the Modeling Industry Ever Change?

Will Unrealistic Clothing Sizes in the Modeling Industry Ever Change?

Sadie Miller, Staff Writer

January 10, 2017


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Ashley Graham, a plus-size model icon and body image activist, was given the privilege of covering the British Vogue January 2017 issue. Most celebrities would be thrilled to be on the cover of such a powerhouse magazine, but Graham ran into a problem during the shoot for her own cover- a problem tha...

Controversy and Frustration Surround Mariah Carey’s New Year’s Performance

Controversy and Frustration Surround Mariah Carey’s New Year’s Performance

Sadie Miller, Staff Writer

January 10, 2017


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Mariah Carey’s always been one to cause an uproar in the tabloids and recent headlines include the singer being dismissive to fans and music industry celebrities Demi Lovato, Ariana Grande, and Jennifer Lopez and her new reality TV show, Mariah’s World on the E! Network. Now Carey has discovered ye...

Star Wars: Rogue One is the Prequel You Are Looking for

Star Wars: Rogue One is the Prequel You Are Looking for

Levi Baxter, Staff Writer

January 9, 2017


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It is the time of the year where the world gets to experience one of the greatest Sci-Fi franchises of all time: Star Wars. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the recently released and highly anticipated prequel/sequel to the original trilogy and the almost universally despised prequels released in the...

The Madisonian Oscar Preview

The Madisonian Oscar Preview

Cam Cline and Otto Kling

December 12, 2016


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With the Oscars coming up in February, the race is underway to unleash the brightest and best pictures and actors of 2016. There are a few movies who stand out above the rest in each category which are catching the eye of viewers and critics alike. Here are the frontrunners for each major category in the ...

Christmas Tunes for the Soul Could be Just What Santa Ordered

Christmas Tunes for the Soul Could be Just What Santa Ordered

Lydia Wright, Staff Writer

December 8, 2016


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Christmas lights, fires, movies, and mistletoe - all items that shape the spirit of the Christmas holiday. In addition to these staple,s there is Christmas themed music, which has been around as early as 1410. Christmas music, especially songs about love, are played virtually everywhere. As the holiday seas...

Marvel’s Latest Feature is a Long, Strange Trip

Marvel’s Latest Feature is a Long, Strange Trip

Cam Cline and Otto Kling

November 15, 2016


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Dr. Strange is the 14th movie in the Marvel cinematic universe. It stars four-time Emmy nominee Benedict Cumberbatch and is directed by Scott Derrickson, commonly known for his horror films such as Sinister, and Poltergeist. In its opening weekend the movie grossed nearly $85 million in the global box office, ...

Ouija: Origin of Evil is a Horrifying Success

Ouija: Origin of Evil is a Horrifying Success

Destinee Sadler, Staff Writer

November 14, 2016


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Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) is the prequel to the first movie Ouija (2014) starring Elizabeth Reaser, Lulu Wilson, and Annalise Basso. Although they are both movies based on infamous Ouija Board games, director Mike Flanagan tries to take a different approach with “Origin of Evil” by having lead actre...

Blair Witch’s Style Adds up to a Shaky Film

Blair Witch’s Style Adds up to a Shaky Film

Destinee Sadler, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016


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Blair Witch (2016) is a much anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed Blair Witch Project (1999) which stars James McCune as James, a man searching for clues about the disappearance of his sister. The movie used the same style of found footage filming as its predecessor which pioneered and rev...

MCHS’ Top Five Worst Movie Sequels

MCHS’ Top Five Worst Movie Sequels

Levi Baxter, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016


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This summer's film releases were some of the most disappointing audiences have seen in years in terms of sequels or just general movies. From the “meh” box office performance of Jason Bourne to the controversy surrounding and the eventual box office tanking of Ghostbusters, this summer failed to liv...

PS4 Users Feel Cheated, Is Sony to Blame?

PS4 Users Feel Cheated, Is Sony to Blame?

Elijah Gould, Staff Writer

September 21, 2016


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It’s official. On September 9th, after more than three months of delays, Bethesda announced that Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special Edition will not not be receiving mod support on the PS4 version of the game. Bethesda says that Sony is to blame. In an official statement made on Bethesda’s website, they sta...

A Look into This Year’s Madison Theatre Program

A Look into This Year’s Madison Theatre Program

Renee Walker and Hope Miller, Staff Writers

September 13, 2016


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Madison Theatre has announced the four productions they will be putting on this year, along with the dates of which they will be performed. The advanced theatre class at MCHS is currently working on a play named Peter and the Starcatcher. Based on the 2006 novel written by Dave Barry and Ridley Pe...

The Worst Horror Film We’ve Ever Watched

Elizabeth Anderson

August 22, 2016


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Do you feel like you’re too old for the Sunday morning reruns of Scooby Doo? Do you still miss the crazy hijinks, unbelievable villains that get unmasked, and horrible plans to split up? Do you ever find yourself wishing for this but with antifeminism, cannibalism, and even bigger plot holes? Then...

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