Artist of the Month: Marlin Montgomery

Freshman Marlin Montgomery is an illustrator and painter.  Q. When did you first realize you had a passion for art? Have you always enjoyed art or did your interest increase as you aged? A. My interest in art grew more as I got older, I guess I never stopped being creative. Q. What is your favorite style of art and why?…

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Artist of the Month: Harrison White

Senior at Malibu High School, Harrison White, has earned the spot of Artist of the Month for his impressive photography skills. Art enthusiast since his early years, White had always been a talented drawer, but he did not discover his passion for photography until his Sophomore year of high school. Where did your interest in…

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Stacked: Food Well Built

Sit down, relax, and grab your iPad. At Stacked, a new restaurant in Thousand Oaks, the menus are iPads and ordering is done by a technologically advanced customizable system. The restaurant is located in the Thousand Oaks Mall. This may seem like a long ride for food, but it can be well worth the trip….

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Flappy Bird Flaps for the Last Time

By Nikita Weber CAMPUS LIFE EDITOR On the Saturday morning of February 9th, Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen took his game off of all app stores. The aggravating yet dangerously addicting game took the entire world by storm in less than a couple of weeks. Flappy Bird’s Vietnamese developer, Dong Nguyen gave all Flappy Bird…

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Cuddle Cafes: the Controversy

By Gena Ryan STAFF WRITER & POLLSTER A new shop in Akihabara, Japan lets lonely customers pay by the hour to ‘cuddle’ with strangers. The cafe is named Soineya Cuddle Cafe; Soine­ya translating to ‘bed­sharing shop’ in Japanese. According to the shop’s website, Soineya Cuddle Cafe exists to offer “the simple and ultimate comfort of…

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Review: The Monuments Men

  By:David Ochmanek STAFF WRITER George Clooney’s latest film, The Monuments Men, was both interesting and informative. The acting was stellar due to a star-studded cast including: Matt Damon, Bill Murray, and John Goodman. Each played important roles in the success of the story. The main premise of the movie is actually based off of…

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Tarantino’s Controversy: “The Hateful Eight”

By: Nolan Webster STAFF WRITER Following a widespread controversy, Quentin Tarantino will continue his next project, The Hateful Eight, despite the leaking of its script to Gawker Media. Tarantino has since pressed charges against Gawker Media for copyright infringement. In early January, Tarantino passed out the script for The Hateful Eight to several individuals whom…

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Sunlife v.s. Vitamin Barn

      By: Giuliana Roggero Ever since the opening of Malibu’s health food and smoothie shop, Sunlife, local juice Bar, Vitamin Barn, has faced serious competition.   Sunlife is located in Point Dume and Vitamin Barn is located on the other side of Malibu, in the Colony Plaza. Vitamin Barn has been open for a…

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Comikaze

By: R. Riley  Stan Lee’s Comikaze took place last weekend at the Los Angeles convention center. Comikaze is where comic lovers everywhere who come together and dress as their own or favorite comic character. While at Comikaze, Stan Lee announced his new project called “ZODIAC”, which is being presented to Disney producers.   When at…

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No Shave November

By: Olivia Cerio It is that time of the year again, that month when men and women alike put down their razor blades, grab their favorite pair of pants, and embrace the coziness of their own human fur. It is one of the Internet’s favorite holiday phenomena, No Shave November.   The idea of No…

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