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Family business: growing The Review Online

Family business: growing The Review Online

Ryan Chang and Sophia Kontos

May 24, 2019

Online Editors-in-Chief Ryan Chang and Sophia Kontos reflect on their time with The Review.

Rahul’s Restaurant Review: Verandah

Rahul’s Restaurant Review: Verandah

Rahul Rupani, Staff Writer

April 23, 2019

Sophomore Rahul Rupani shares his opinions on the restaurant Verandah.

The Review wins numerous Quill and Scroll awards, sweeps Single Episode Podcasts

The Review wins numerous Quill and Scroll awards, sweeps Single Episode Podcasts

Ryan Chang, Online Editor-in-Chief

April 3, 2019

The Review won second place overall for Writing Excellence, swept the Audio Podcast: Single Episode category and was named the Sweepstakes Winner in the Political Writing category.

Make Up Your Mind: Haley Heyndrickx’s “I Need to Start a Garden”

Make Up Your Mind: Haley Heyndrickx’s “I Need to Start a Garden”

Sophia Kontos, Online Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2019

Online Editor-in-Chief Sophia Kontos reviews Haley Heyndrickx’s album "I Need to Start a Garden".

CineMaierson: Into the Maier-Verse

CineMaierson: Into the Maier-Verse

Eli Maierson, Ryan Chang, Sophia Kontos, and Gray Watson

January 6, 2019

In this special edition of CineMaierson, Eli joins several guest writers to review Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Under Review: Searching

Under Review: Searching

Nina Varma, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018

"Searching" employs unique cinematography and story structure in a thought-provoking thriller.

CineMaierson: “Ocean’s 8” Review

CineMaierson: “Ocean’s 8” Review

Eli Maierson, Senior Assignments Editor

July 7, 2018

Eli Maierson's column continues in his review of "Ocean's 8."

CineMaierson: “Incredibles 2” Review

CineMaierson: “Incredibles 2” Review

Eli Maierson, Senior Assignments Editor

June 28, 2018

In the debut of his movie review column, Eli Maierson discusses "Incredibles 2" and its allegory to the legalization of gay marriage.

“Love, Simon” provides relatable, crucial story for LGBTQ+ teens

“Love, Simon” provides relatable, crucial story for LGBTQ+ teens

Abigail Poag and Tyler King

April 5, 2018

Greg Berlanti's "Love, Simon" is an emotional, touching film that gives LGBTQ+ youth a relatable protagonist they can root for.

Under Review: Justice League

Under Review: Justice League

Ryan Chang, Assistant Online Editor

December 4, 2017

DC's "Justice League" tries to compete with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the characters and action falls short.

‘Xanadu’ combines ’80s aesthetics with Greek mythology

‘Xanadu’ combines ’80s aesthetics with Greek mythology

Sophia Kontos, Online Section Editor

September 13, 2017

Stages Repertory Theater combined '80s themes with Greek mythology in "Xanadu," a musical based on an '80s box office flop.

Welcome to the new Review Online

Welcome to the new Review Online

Cara Maines, Online Editor

August 18, 2014

The Review is excited to announce the launch of its new and redesigned website.

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