• Ouija Movie Review

    Ouija Movie Review

    Nate Adams, Movie Critic/Reporter

    October 28, 2014

    In a literal sense “Ouija” could have worked in so many ways. Once the precarious teenagers filled with their angst, and passion for investigative journalism, conjure up evil amenities that aren’t Casper. The production squad could have ideally pushed the film above the normal standards set by... READ MORE »»

    The real question is: what are you expecting from a cheap PG13 horror film, about a Ouija board? The answer: Nothing.

  • Fury Movie Review

    Fury Movie Review

    Nate Adams, Movie Critic/Reporter

    October 17, 2014

    Fury, written and directed with exuberant passion, and dedication by David Ayer (End of Watch) is a raw, jampacked, merciless war-escapade that can leave you with a few scars by the rolling credits. However, Ayer never steers clear from the M rated game violence you may expect. Instead you will see heads... READ MORE »»

    ‘Fury’ locks and loads, just don’t expect many nominations come award season.

  • Annabelle Movie Review

    Annabelle Movie Review

    Nate Adams, Movie Critic/Reporter

    October 13, 2014

    Scary movies are a dime a dozen. Once you see a good one, that same feeling will never be replicated. This has been showcased with; “The Cabin In The Woods” and last years “Evil Dead” remake. I was rather fond of the whole concept heading into “Annabelle” which is a prequel of sorts to the... READ MORE »»

    “Annabelle” is all hype and not much else. If only the script could broaden some horizons and actually inflict more than a slew of typical sluctz that horror is succombing too. I expected better.

  • New Graduation Fees  Surprises Seniors

    New Graduation Fees Surprises Seniors

    Julie Bonk, Reporter

    October 12, 2014

    This year, a new fee of $100 was instituted for all graduating seniors. Most colleges or universities have already implemented these costs, but Siena Heights has waited as long as it could. Mr. George Wolf, Vice President for Enrollment Management, shared his thoughts with Spectra. “The cost... READ MORE »»

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  • The Daughter Project

    The Daughter Project

    Karley Hatter, Student

    October 11, 2014

    The Daughter Project is a Christian non-profit organization that runs a group home for sex trafficking victims ages 10-17 in one of the largest human trafficking hubs in the country, Toledo, Ohio. The Daughter Project was not only created to rescue girls from sex trafficking, but to create awareness... READ MORE »»

    The Daughter Project is a 501c3 non-profit operating Ohio's first licensed group home for girls who have been rescued from sex traffickers. (Photo Courtesy of the Daughter Project)

Ouija Movie Review

Ouija Movie Review

Nate Adams, Movie Critic/Reporter

In a literal sense “Ouija” could have worked in so many ways. Once the precarious teenagers filled with their angst, and passion for investigative journalism, conjure...  Read More »

October 28, 2014 • 0 comments

Fury Movie Review

Fury Movie Review

Nate Adams, Movie Critic/Reporter

Fury, written and directed with exuberant passion, and dedication by David Ayer (End of Watch) is a raw, jampacked, merciless war-escapade that can leave you with a few scars...  Read More »

October 17, 2014 • 0 comments

Annabelle Movie Review

Annabelle Movie Review

Nate Adams, Movie Critic/Reporter

Scary movies are a dime a dozen. Once you see a good one, that same feeling will never be replicated. This has been showcased with; “The Cabin In The Woods” and last years...  Read More »

October 13, 2014 • 0 comments

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Stop the Violence

Lucas Barner, Reporter

With all of the domestic violence being displayed throughout professional sports lately, it’s hard to understand in who or what are we supposed to believe anymore. First,...  Read More »

October 9, 2014 • 0 comments

"Hungar Games: Mockingjay" part one of the trilogy's finale is set to premiere Nov. 21st in theaters.

Fall 2014 Movie Preview

September 17, 2014

Juri Han, a Taekwondo practitioner from South Korea, is the villian in Mark Barden's fanfiction writing. (image by Mark Barden)

Continuing the Story: Fanfiction

April 27, 2014

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Original Student Documentary: Network Neutrality

March 27, 2014

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Siena Heights vs. St. Joe’s

Siena Heights vs. St. Joe’s

Matthew Humphries, Reporter

As the Saints came marching in sporting brand new alternate Nike Pro Combat jerseys for their game against St Joe’s college, the stands were packed, players were ready,...  Read More »

October 10, 2014 • 0 comments

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Ouija Movie Review

Ouija Movie Review

Nate Adams, Movie Critic/Reporter

In a literal sense “Ouija” could have worked in so many ways. Once the precarious teenagers filled with their angst, and passion for investigative journalism, conjure...  Read More »

October 28, 2014 • 0 comments

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