The Way Super Bowl Commercials Should Work

There’s a reason non-football fans watch the Super Bowl. The commercials. We’ve all come to expect great things of Super Bowl commercials, like the adorable Clydesdale and his puppy friend or the stripper M&M. But this year, all the commercials were sadly lacking. We were swamped with dull car commercials and famous people talking to … Continue reading The Way Super Bowl Commercials Should Work

Zika Virus Effecting the 2016 Rio Olympics

Brazilian authorities have released a statement about the growing threat of the Zika virus at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games scheduled for August 2016. Daily inspections will be made during the Games, paying close attention to mosquito-breeding fields. The Zika virus is transmitted through the bite of an Aedes aegypti mosquito, usually only found … Continue reading Zika Virus Effecting the 2016 Rio Olympics

Fuller House

After a 20-year hiatus, “Full House,” the hit American sitcom from 1987-1995 will be introducing a revamp of the popular show as Fuller House, exclusively on Netflix this year. The sequel series will star Candace Cameron Bure, also known as “D.J. Tanner” and her three sons. The character’s new journeys will take place in the … Continue reading Fuller House

Top 6 Super Bowl Commercials

1. Doritos Ultrasound - As usual, Doritos had their annual commercial, this year it starred a pregnant couple and their doctor. 2. T-mobile Restricted Bling - Drake is singing “Hotline Bling” when several sales agents for T-mobile come over and give Drake changes for his lyrics. 3. Weiner Dogs Dressed as Hot Dogs … Continue reading Top 6 Super Bowl Commercials

Senior Spotlight: Cathryn Wilson         Megan Brawner, Editor-in-Chief Senior Megan Brawner is the Editor-in-Chief of the 2015-2016 Colonel. She is the captain of the cross country team and runs Indoor and Outdoor Track. She participates in Youth United for Global Action and Awareness (YUGA) Club and is the secretary of the Senior Class. She is … Continue reading Senior Spotlight: Cathryn Wilson

Super Bowl 50 Recap

  On Feb. 7, Super Bowl 50 took place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., and aired on CBS. The highly anticipated showdown between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos was viewed by 111.9 million people. The overall takeaway from the game was more negative: Hollywood Reporter called it “essentially a disappointment for … Continue reading Super Bowl 50 Recap