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Batman V. Superman meets expectations with well-picked cast

Faryal Ashraf, Staff Writer
April 5 • 279 views
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The weekend of Mar. 25 marked the release of one of this year’s most highly anticipated superhero movies: Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Many were skeptical of the success of this movie even before the initial release, and this movie has taken the box office by storm. Batman V. Superman: Da...

Australian band releases new album with fresh sound

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer
March 15 • 320 views
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Australian band Tonight Alive released its third studio album, Limitless, March 4.  This album is a departure from its previous releases musically, but with every listen seems more and more to be the natural next step. Tonight Alive is currently on tour in support of the album release in the U.S....

“Fuller House” appeals to fans of original 90’s series

Brenna Bochenek, Productions Editor
March 14 • 333 views
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Some of the most popular new trends in movies and TV right now are remakes and reboots. Full House, a beloved, family-oriented television series which ran from 1988 to 1995 got its own remake this year. The original show followed Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), a newly widowed father who becomes housemates with his...

Mr. and Ms. Corona Pageant makes for interesting night

Mr. and Ms. Corona Pageant makes for interesting night

Carson Pyatt, Online Editor-in- Chief
February 9 • 521 views
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For many years, Corona has put on separate Mr. and Ms. Corona Pageants aimed at raising money and entertaining the audience. This year, We the People Competition Government club put on a combined Mr. and Ms. Corona Pageant in order to raise money for nationals. The show featured a boy and girl from each...

The New Year in music: Spotify offers new songs for the new year

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer
January 28 • 505 views
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It's the new year, which means you'll probably be updating some aspects of your life: diet, exercise routine, clothing. But if your music needs an update too, you're in luck. Spotify recently released its Spotlight On 2016 playlist, which features a compilation of artists the company predicts will be...

‘Concussion’ offers new insight on injuries in dramatic film

Carson Pyatt, Online Editor-in-Chief
January 8 • 464 views
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Concussion is a film based on a true story about Dr. Bennet Omalu (Will Smith) and his battle with the National Football League regarding the traumatic brain injuries sustained by football players. Omalu, an accredited doctor and forensic pathologist, begins to believe that there is something dangerou...

Winter choir concerts brings holiday cheer

Winter choir concerts brings holiday cheer

Brenna Bochenek, Productions Editor
December 15 • 549 views
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Before school is released for winter break, the CdS Choir program puts together a holiday concert, which never fails to please its audience. Choir director Greg Hebert and his student director Robert Decoste put together a fantastic show that gave everyone some holiday cheer. The show opened with...

Bieber’s mature new album signifies his evolution as an artist

Carson Pyatt, Online Editor-in-Chief
December 7 • 763 views
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Justin Bieber’s new album, Purpose, displays his maturity, showcases his upbeat sound and features many collaborations that benefit the album. I have never considered myself a Bieber aficionado but his recent album and newfound ability to express some humility has converted me into a fan. Purpose sounds incre...

“Fakespeare Festival” adds comedy to classic plays

“Fakespeare Festival” adds comedy to classic plays

Faryal Ashraf, Staff Writer
November 25 • 667 views
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Corona del Sol’s Theatre 5-6 program performed a unique take on three popular Shakespeare plays. The plays featured in the “Fakespeare Festival” were Hamlet, Othello and Romeo and Juliet. The play was presented with a comedic spin and was liked by much of the audience. The first play, “Canned Haml...

TheaterWorks performes historic and literary show

Faryal Ashraf, Staff Writer
November 3 • 827 views
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Corona del Sol’s second play of the year was Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, produced by TheatreWorks. This play was a bit lengthier than the last, Star Wars: The Abridged Version, and featured two acts with five scenes all together and was around two hours long. The play is set in Salem, Mass., ...

All Time Low hits all time high with new concert set

All Time Low hits all time high with new concert set

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer
October 29 • 382 views
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Another day, another amazing All Time Low concert. For a band whose fan base was largely built on live shows, they have a lot of exceptions to live up to. Before the concert on Tuesday, Oct. 20, I'd seen the band live three times, so I was hoping there'd be some surprises. Unsurprisingly, the show was...

Percussion puts on entertaining performance

Kajal Dave, Copy Editor
October 26 • 384 views
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Corona del Sol Percussion put on an exciting concert on Oct. 15 with the Mallet Masters from Kyrene de las Brisas and middle school students. All the groups incorporated the theme of the show, Comic Con, in their own way. The Mallet Masters were up first. There were three groups of fourth, fifth,...

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