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WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING: beautiful movie with important societal commentary

Tabitha Irvin, Opinion Editor October 2, 2022

It was late summer when I ventured to the Tivoli theater, a friend alongside me and a ten-dollar bill loose in my pocket. That summer night was the kind that clings to you, sticky and dense and creaking...

Left to right Jerry Buss (John C. Reilly) presents a jersey to newly drafted Magic Johnson (Quincy Isaiah) alongside GM Jerry West (Jason Clarke)

Review: Winning Time

Anthony Marsicano, Sports Editor May 11, 2022

Following the success of 2020’s ESPN docu-series The Last Dance following the Chicago Bulls dynasty of the 1990s, HBO presents their own 10-episode take on a different but still iconic era of basketball:...

JAMMING OUT: The Mighty Teacher Band performs before school during spring break spirit week.

Then there were three: Mighty Teacher Band

Julia Hanson, A&E Editor May 10, 2022

In 2005, an idea became a legacy. Former garage-band-kids Kevin Leslie, Charles Hiscock, Omar Davis and Keith Dvorkin came together to share their love of music (and teaching). As the years progressed,...

Filled with warmth, love, family and chaos, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” combines several themes and ideas relevant to contemporary society while also providing an entertaining experience for any audience.

Review: Everything Everywhere All at Once

Nicholas Hanscom, Editor-in-Chief May 10, 2022

A touching tale of family, love and forgiveness told in the form of a wild, action-packed science fiction film, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is one of the most unforgettable movies. Looking...

Review: The Fallout

Review: The Fallout

Tabitha Irvin, In-depth Editor May 8, 2022

Columbine highschool. Virginia tech. Sandy Hook Elementary. Parkland. To a generation of Americans, these names signify more than that of an education facility. In a world with mandated lockdown drills,...

UNINSPIRED UNDERTAKING: While comical and entertaining, the love story of romance novelist Loretta Sage (Sandra Bullock) and her cover model, Alan (Channing Tatum), is not one that audiences haven’t already seen.

Review: The Lost City

Nicholas Hanscom, Editor-in-Chief April 24, 2022

Humorous yet warmhearted, “The Lost City” fast-forwards audiences to summer in a tropical paradise of a film complete with a wholesome love story—yet not without obvious cliches. Unfortunately, while...

Broken and Exposed: My favorite pieces Ive made are Broken because I was going through a rough patch and it gave me an outlet for my emotions, Meyers said.

Women’s History Month: Claire Meyers’ art

Gretchen Lucina, Editor-in-Chief April 19, 2022

“I love working with the human body because there are so many emotions that can be linked to it. Also, creating art picturing women lets me relate myself to it,” senior Claire Meyers said. Artist...

CONTAMINATED HOLY WATER: Senior Elena Tomchek designed her piece to express “the feeling of needing some sort of support, but feeling unaccepted from religion.”

Five students win National Scholastic Art Awards

Kyle Kucera, Opinion Editor April 19, 2022

This year, five visual art students won National Scholastic Art Awards, placing their work in the top one percent of all works adjudicated nationwide. Seniors Claire Meyers, Haley Phillips, Aiden Robinson...

SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS: The Mary Poppins cast performs their dance number to “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”

Review: “Mary Poppins”

Kyle Kucera, Opinion Editor March 23, 2022

“Practically perfect in every way,” is one way to describe this year’s musical performance of Mary Poppins. With its vibrant costumes, dynamic set designs and flawless performances, the Mary Poppins...

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Review: “Euphoria” season 2

Julia Hanson, A&E Editor March 21, 2022

For myself and many American teenagers, the “Euphoria” series is the sole reason my family has an HBO Max subscription. It's the kind of show that trying to explain the plot to someone who hasn’t...

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Review: Dawn FM

Quinn Kelly, Feature Editor March 15, 2022

The Weeknd is back for more, having dropped his fifth studio album Dawn FM, his first album release since award-winning Scary Hours. As someone who does not avidly listen to the Weeknd, I got about what...

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Review: “Easy on Me” music video

Quinn Kelly, Feature Editor March 15, 2022

Adele is not content with her return to fame just yet. Months after releasing fourth studio album 30, the superstar has come out with a music video for “Oh My God,” the second single from the album. The...

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