The Wrangler

Book Review: Paper Towns

Book Review: Paper Towns

February 1, 2012

Filed under OPINION

Restaurant Review: Russo’s

January 27, 2012

Filed under OPINION

Russo’s New York Pizzeria serves more than just pizza. Tasty garlic knots, ravioli coated with a red vodka marinara sauce, and the most scrumptious tomato basil soup you’ve ever tasted are just a few of the other Italian dishes...

Has Tebow Gone Too Far?

Has Tebow Gone Too Far?

December 12, 2011

Restaurant Review: Hot Bowl Mongolian Grill

December 7, 2011

Filed under OPINION

         A new restaurant popped up in Riverpark Center in place of Cliff’s and many were left wondering what this new eatery even was. Hot Bowl Mongolian Grill, across from Whataburger, opened this past August and has...

All Tricks, No Treats

November 9, 2011

Filed under OPINION

          When I was a little kid, Halloween was one of my favorite holidays. My family dedicated a Sunday to mutilating pumpkins with cheerful faces, and my mother directed a family-friendly Trunk-or-Treat in our church...

Will The Office Ever Be The Same?

October 21, 2011

Filed under OPINION

         The phones are ringing, sales assistants are typing, and receptionists are faxing once again in Scranton, Pennsylvania at the Dundler Mifflin/Sabre offices. But, this season, things are a little different. The...

Round two for the Ranch

September 12, 2011

Filed under CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY LIFE, OPINION

It’s the second school year for George Ranch and there are mixed emotions on the outlook for this next round. “I’m actually looking forward to this year, the school has really grown,” said sophomore Samantha Terrones....

TV Review: “New Girl”

August 20, 2011

Filed under OPINION

Because there still aren’t enough TV shows to keep the people of the world glued to their couches, a new series has been launched in hopes of possibly ending that crisis. The series is called “New Girl,” and in it stars...

Book Review: Dead Is

Book Review: Dead Is

May 5, 2011

Filed under OPINION

TV Show Review: You’re Cut Off

April 25, 2011

Filed under OPINION

      You’re Cut Off is a show about women who take advantage of their parents, spouses or brothers and sisters to get what they want—money. In this show, the women are tricked into believing that they are participating...

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