The theme song of this SundayÂ‘s Wrestlemania 22 is Â“Big TimeÂ” by Peter Gabriel, and this yearÂ‘s card does not fail to live up to the big time feel.This yearÂ‘s pay-per-view is being highlighted by two main events from World Wrestling Entertainment’s Raw and SmackDown brands.
WWE Champion John Cena will be defending his title in a one-on-one match against Triple H on the Raw main event. Wrestlemania, which is being held in Rosemont, Illinois at the Allstate Arena is considered to be the biggest event in professional wrestling.John Cena is currently on his second title reign. He first won the WWE Championship at last yearÂ‘s Wrestlemania from John Bradshaw Layfield, and he enjoyed a 9-month reign before being beaten by Edge at New YearÂ‘s Revolution. He regained his title at the Royal Rumble one month later when he forced Edge to tap out to the STF-U.Triple H, who has won some kind of version of the Heavyweight Championship 10-times before, gained a spot in the main event by winning the Road to WrestleMania Tournament, in which he defeated Ric Flair, Big Show, and Rob Van Dam.Jason Abeleda, who proclaims himself as the biggest WWE fan on campus, says he is anticipating this match up. Â“IÂ‘m picking Triple H for this oneÂ”, he predicted.
In two games, Logan has scored 30 runs without giving
Logan ace pitcher Aaron Buenrostro threw a complete game one-hit shut-out in his second start of the young season, striking out ten. He gave up one base on balls.
Logan hitters had Washington’’s number, collecting 12 hits.
Vince Mosely led the way with three runs-batted-in and a double. Ruben Solis, Manny Loza and catcher Angel Perez each had two. Josh Trejo amd Alex Murillo added to the hitting hullabaloo.
Logan’s Mission Valley Athletic League-leading record is now 2-0.
Last week, the Colts smashed Mission San Jose, 18-0.
By Reena Sandhu, Staff Writer
2 out of 5 stars
A remake to Wes Cravens 1977 cult classic, “ The Hills Have Eyes” was as disappointing as the remake of “ House of Wax”. Their pathetic attempt to rise a scare out of audiences, only rose their bottoms out of the theater.
Director Alexander Aja pushes the rated-R envelope with nonstop gruesome images. The movie starts with archive scenes of bomb test that has gone wrong in the desert. The images cut to gory images of miner test subjects who have been flawed into some odd mutations. Years later a family vacationing through this very dessert gets stranded with these mutated people. Fighting for their lives the family displays a bit of overacting throughout the movie. Being miles away from potential help, the family battles these hungry mutated miners.
By Diamond Floyd, Staff Writer
The Trunk Boiz is a underground hip-hop group with Logan roots and a fan base that’s steadily growing.
The group recently released a self-titled demo that has their fans craving more. The Courier has a free sample from that CD, the single “Cupcake No Fillin,” for readers who click here.
The group consists of Logan student Mark Moore, who sometimes calls himself Voice or Platinum Voice, Jay Morton, The Magnificent Â“NBÂ”, Filty Fam, B Janky, Artist, Rece The Beast, Jermany & Young Giez, Lil Sky, and Branden.
By Cecile Miras, Staff Writer
Have you ever looked back to your past and just thought, “what was I thinking!?” Or, have you ever wondered, Where will I be in five years? Well, two friends loved the idea of being able to connect the past and the future and created this interesting website called Futureme.org.
Futureme.org is a website built by two guys named Matt and Jay. They actually took the assignment they
had in high school and college to write a letter to themselves in the future, and created a website for it. They based in on their principle that memories are less accurate than emails. They strive for accuracy.
The website itself is written and explained in a very laid back and young tone and is very simple and easy to use. It requires you to enter an e-mail that has longevity in it, so that if you want to send a letter to yourself in 10 years, they can still get in touch with you.
By Pamela Gutierrez, Staff Writer
The Logan Performing Arts Department’s production of Guys and Dolls showcased an entire cast of young student actors all of whom performed outstandingly at Friday’s opening night.
The musical is a remake of the 1950 Broadway production. It was brought to the big screen in 1955 and featured an all-star cast which included Marlon Brando as Sky Masterson and Frank Sinatra as Nathan Detroit. The Performing Arts department has managed to duplicate this by casting it’s own Logan all-star cast.