The SPECTRUM

Volume 30

The SPECTRUM

The SPECTRUM

Upside Down Coffee Review

Jack Limor | June 9, 2021

Upside Down Coffee is a nonprofit donation-based coffee shop and community space run by Jews for Jesus in Westwood. A beautiful, open space with ample seating for students or other people looking to sit...

Haidilao Review

Jack Limor | June 9, 2021

Haidilao is an international hot pot restaurant chain founded in Jianyang, Sichuan, China in 1994. With many locations around the world including several in the greater Los Angeles area, Haidilao is a...

“Yellowstone” Review

Jack Limor | May 10, 2021

“Yellowstone” is a masterfully crafted slow burn, yet drama-packed, TV series with three series available on XYZ that highlights and attempts to capture the clash, and sometimes collaboration,...

Spring into Nature

Jack Limor | April 29, 2021

The greater Los Angeles area is home to some of the most amazing ecosystems and wildlife habitats. Just a short drive from the city can provide a fantastic opportunity to appreciate the nature we live...

Wanda Vision Review

Jack Limor | March 25, 2021

Coming to Disney Plus earlier this year, another TV show based on the esteemed Marvel Comics, the new hit TV series “WandaVision” brings a new refreshing plot to the table. Created...

Shifting from Standardized: What Covid-Sparked Testing Policies Mean for Students

Jack Limor | March 25, 2021

Due to COVID, students applying to college have found themselves unable to take standardized tests, primarily the SAT and ACT due to closures. many universities are deciding to turn their COVID...

Galleria Market Review Article

Jack Limor | January 23, 2021

Galleria Market Review ArticleWith restaurants closed and Postmates meals risky business because of covid-19 and higher price, the importance of selecting the best grocery store with the most unique...

Best videogames for Coronavirus Boredom

Jack Limor | January 23, 2021

Best videogames for Coronavirus Boredom Over the quarantine, many kids have been stuck at home all day with little work to do and minimal contact with their friends. Videogames are a way for students...

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