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Bong Joon-Ho’s “Parasite” Makes History

Patrick Kane, Staff Reporter February 20, 2020

South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho made Oscar history at the 92nd Academy Awards. His 2019 film “Parasite” won Best Original Screenplay, Best Foreign Picture and Best Director, all before shocking...

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A lovey dovey playlist

The Carroll News Staff February 13, 2020

Check out our Valentine's Day Spotify Playlist! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3nDpabk3RWtcOZnF4p6SSB?si=1A8-lcV5SDGI4AaQNWPmig Follow our new Spotify!

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Facing Life’s Challenges: The Story of Brent and Jeanette

Rachel Scully, Arts and Life Editor February 13, 2020

It was Valentine’s Day in 1987 when Jeanette Yaros decided to ask her close friend, Brent Brossmann, out on a date. She baked a heart-shaped cake with his name on it, brought it to his dorm room and...

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Galentine’s Day: Saint Valentine’s Cool Older Sister

Kaitlin Ryan, Social Media Editor February 13, 2020

Don’t have a significant other to share bonbons and Hallmark cards with this February 14th? No problem! Dates do not need to be limited to the romantic kind. Even if you do have someone to gush about...

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The Ultimate Guide to Being Single on Valentine’s Day

Patrick Kane, Staff Reporter February 13, 2020

We all know Valentine’s Day is dedicated to that special someone in your life. But perhaps that special someone hasn’t exactly entered the picture yet. They might not be there anytime soon, given that...

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Growing Together: The Story of Molly and Joe

Ella Schuellerman, Arts and Life Editor February 13, 2020

Molly Killeen and Joe Charpentier wandered into each other’s lives at the young age of 9 years old; their sisters were on the same soccer team. The two kids then, coincidentally, ended up in the same...

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Taking it Back to 2012: Justin Bieber

Dana Shugrue, Online Editor February 13, 2020

Just two weeks ago, pop singer Justin Bieber released his hit single “Yummy,” which quickly hit number three on the Billboard Hot 100. Although it became popular among teens and young adults fairly...

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Collaboration of Two Classics in Cleveland

Ella Schuellerman, Arts & Life Editor February 9, 2020

Iron & Wine and Calexico Review On Saturday Feb. 1, Iron & Wine and Calexico came to Cleveland’s Agora Theatre. The two groups’ first collaboration took place back in 2005, for their “In...

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Super Bowl Halftime Show Wows Audiences Nationwide: Review

Christina Terasavage, Staff Reporter February 9, 2020

Football’s biggest night drew in an estimated 103 million viewers for the Halftime Show, according to Screenrant.com, a 4% increase from last year’s bowl. From news outlets to bloggers, it seems like...

Direct-to-Consumer Brands Revolutionize Marketing

Natalia Pozuelo-Arbide, Staff Reporter February 6, 2020

Ten years ago, Direct-to-Consumer swept strategic brand campaigns. In 2010, the latest smartphones accelerated the DTC revolution. Instagram debuted this same year,which today, according to Forbes,...

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The Rising popularity of puffer jackets

Dana Shugrue, Online Editor February 5, 2020

Tune into any episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” and you’ll find someone is wearing a puffer jacket. There are certain times when a longer “mom” winter jacket isn’t necessary, and...

Rachel's Reads: Normalizing Therapy

Rachel’s Reads: Normalizing Therapy

Rachel Scully, Arts & Life Editor February 5, 2020

Trigger Warning: Suicide Recently, I was having a conversation with some friends about my childhood as a troublemaker. I was never a bully, but I did cause quite a bit of commotion in class whenever...

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