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Altogether sweet but boring

Altogether sweet but boring
Julia Sumpter, Staff Reporter | October 7, 2020

From the producers of “Love, Simon” and “The Fault in Our Stars” comes a new Netflix hit, “All Together Now,” released Aug. 28.  The film follows Amber Appleton (Auli'i Cravalho), a teenager...

Green Hair Don’t Care

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Bethany Barker, Staff Reporter | October 7, 2020

Themes of fame and vanity are far from unseen in modern media, but none handle it in the same manner as Bryan Lee O’Malley and Leslie Hung’s comic “Snotgirl”. With characters who fit modern stereotypes...

Charli versus Chick-fil-A

The Charli and the Mocha Cream Cold Brew are two new coffee drinks released in September.
Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor | October 5, 2020

Over the past few years, iced coffee has taken the world by storm. Its silky texture and cold temperature make it the perfect wake-up drink. Now, signature iced coffees are being created left and right,...


While the student parking lot may seem scary at times, it is an entertainment hotspot that deserves to be respected.
Charlotte Mansur, Online Editor | October 4, 2020

The first day I drove to school, and every day since then, I have parked in the front row of the red parking lot in the tenth spot left of the main entrance. I used to arrive at the dimly lit lot every...

Almost as sweet as honey

Although not a good as his album “BALLADS 1,” popular lo-fi artist Joji’s newest album “Nectar” still hits.
Sophie Woodburn, Opinions Editor | October 4, 2020

From the creator of hit song “SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK,” popular lo-fi artist George Miller (Joji) released his newest album, “Nectar,” on Sept. 25. With such a fantastic collection of songs from...

Fired Up!

Fired Up!
Zoey Young, Editor-in-Chief | October 1, 2020

Known for its mass genocide of the Jewish Europeans, the Holocaust is perhaps one of the greatest human evils to be committed. Museums are dedicated to displaying the artifacts that preserve this terrible...

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Laura Shaw, Political Editor | September 29, 2020

  As I stood in front of the Supreme Court looking up at the casket of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I needed a moment.  When I first heard the news about her death five days earlier, I was scared...

Woke with success

Gabriella Herrera, Staff Reporter | September 28, 2020

When looking for new original content, Hulu has some amazing works. People love to binge popular shows like “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Love, Victor.” Newest to the list: the thought-provoking...

Unorthodoxly bad

Unorthodoxly bad
Julia Sumpter, Staff Reporter | September 28, 2020

On March 26, Netflix's newest mini series "Unorthodox" was released, and it follows Esty Shapiro (Shira Haas), a Jewish woman who fled from an arranged marriage leaving Brooklyn, New York and ending up...

Devilishly good

Sophie Woodburn, Opinions Editor | September 25, 2020

With a legendary and award-winning cast, “The Devil All The Time” had Netflix lovers waiting with bated breath for its release on Sept. 16. Based on a novel by author and narrator Donald Ray Pollock,...

Sports Sanity

Hayden Turner, Sports Editor | September 24, 2020

After what felt like an endless sports drought, football is finally back. Although basketball has been back for quite some time, football, the king of sports, has just begun its season. We are able to...

“The Last Word” puts humor first

Sophia Canabal, Staff Reporter | September 24, 2020

Netflix’s new dramatic comedy series, “The Last Word”, is an emotional roller coaster that will leave viewers either on the brink of tears or in a fit of laughter. The six part series was originally...

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