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The Forest Review

follow url By Cindy Wakiyama “The Forest” is an appealing horror because it does not follow the story structure we learned about freshman English class. The exposition is smoothly laid out throughout the story that is already happening, allowing the viewer to get a closer look into the situation at hand. Sara Price (Natalie Dormer) calls

Insidious: Chapter 3 Interview

By: Cindy Wakiyama The Chronicle Classroom got a chance to talk to Insidious: Chapter 3 actress Stefanie Scott to talk about the new installment to the Insidious franchise and some of her other projects. Watch the video here.

Nerds Unite!

By: Cindy Wakiyama As I am getting ready to go to the Dwight Look College of Engineering, I am starting to notice the faults in my math education. Prior to enrolling in classes, A&M students need to take a math placement test to assess their math knowledge. This was an incredibly tough

Dealership offers money for leads on owner’s murder

By: Cindy Wakiyama Stewart Cadillac dealership is offering $20,000 for information about its owner's murder. A gunman shot Joseph Stewart dead last week at his home blocks away from his Midtown dealership. Bill Driskill, general manager of Stewart Cadillac, said in a press conference with the Houston Police Department that the dealership

Body of drowning victim recovered

By: Cindy Wakiyama GALVESTON – The body of a Houston man who drowned over the weekend on Galveston Island was recovered Tuesday more than 16 miles from where he was last seen. A man walking on the beach discovered the body of Bennette Jason Averette, 23, floating in the surf near Silverleaf's Seaside

‘Avengers’ sequel kickstarts highly-anticpated summer blockbuster season

By: Cindy Wakiyama The Avengers assembled the second-best box office opening in movie history. “Avengers: Age of Ultron” raked in $187.7 million, trailing only the original “Avengers” film ($207.4 million) from 2012 in opening weekend box office numbers. The Marvel superhero picture also knocked “Furious 7,” the latest sequel from “The Fast

Basketball player works through injury

By: Jarvis Dillard Sweating from a hard afternoon of practice, one could not tell that just a month ago, Joi Simmons couldn’t play basketball. For athletes, an injury can be a stumbling block for their career and can possibly end that career. To Simmons, it was an eye opener. As a young

Bellaire hosts first student run dance

By: Helen Lu Girls take charge in Bellaire’s first student-run Sadie Hawkins dance. This year’s student council decided to say goodbye to the Bellaire talent show and to welcome a new dance to excite the student body. Administrators, at first, immediately declined the request for student council to manage an entire dance. Nonetheless,

Woman kidnapped in SE Houston

By: Cindy Wakiyama Police are searching for a 26-year-old woman after investigators say her ex-boyfriend kidnapped her Monday morning outside a Kroger store in southeast Houston. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Rhodes or Johnson is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713 308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713

Ariana Grande

By: Cindy Wakiyama Ariana Grande's show was everything one would expect of her: great vocals, insane range, compulsive hair touching and hypnotic bedroom eyes. The crowd anxiously awaited for the stage to be set up for Grande while the Mutton Bustin' competition was held in one of the corners of the arena. The

La Grande Wheel

By: Cindy Wakiyama   Since I am not the bravest person it can be hard to go to the Rodeo without feeling embarrassed. No, I don't want to do on the roller coaster or that other thing that makes you go upside down. Thank you, but no thank you. Something I do

Happy Mario day!

By: Cindy Wakiyama Since 1980's Mario has been a icon of the gaming world and gamers chose to celebrate him by giving him a holiday. March 10 was chosen because it looks like his name "Mar10." Pretty cute, right? I love all the things you can learn just by scrolling down Instagram. Check

Target is firing thousands of workers

By: Cindy Wakiyama Target is cutting thousands of jobs within the next two years as part of a $2 billion cost-savings plan, the company announced Tuesday. The cuts will primarily affect positions at the company headquarters. Click here for more information.