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Movies/Shows to Watch Over Winter Break

Megan Jamora, Staff

January 9, 2020

Netflix’s Let It Snow (2019) Let It Snow is a Christmas teen romance film by British director Luke Snellin adapted from John Green, Lauren Myracle and Maureen Johnson’s novel, Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances. At first glance, this movie seems indistinguishable from its other Netflix Chris...

Harriet Review

Isabelle McNally, Staff

January 8, 2020

The movie Harriet follows a young Harriet Tubman and her journey into becoming the historical icon she’s known as. I thought the movie was well done and well written, I enjoyed everything about it and felt that it was accurate to the actual story of Harriet Tubman.   Tubman w...

It’s Beginning to Sound a Lot Like Christmas

It’s Beginning to Sound a Lot Like Christmas

Michaela Ely, Web Editor

January 8, 2020

As the holidays rapidly approach, you either find yourself being the person who is just ready to miss two weeks of school and casually get into the Christmas mood or the person who basically embodies an elf.  Regardless of which person you are, these Christmas songs are guaranteed to get you ...

Fall Music

Fall Music

Michaela Ely, Web Editor

December 11, 2019

What is fall music?  In the past, music hasn’t necessarily been defined by seasons but I feel like people generally have a tendency to listen to specific songs or types of songs when it comes to certain times of the year. The weather is getting colder and it’s raining. When that happens, o...

Sorry Taylor, We Can’t Calm Down

Andi Wiegand, Staff

October 31, 2019

Unless you have been living under a rock all summer, you must have heard about the release of Taylor Swift’s groundbreaking album “Lover.”   After two long years, our favorite country-turned-pop singer returned with her album that, in the words of Erin Vanderhoof from Vanity Fair, “Could...

Dancing with the Stars Review

Christina Rhoades, Features Editor

October 31, 2019

Ever since I was 10-years-old, my mom and I have been watching Dancing with the Stars every Monday night. And finally, after a 10-month hiatus, Dancing with the Stars is back and in full swing. I went into this season with some skepticism about how the break would change the show and after six weeks of...

DaBaby Album Review

Jayton Rausch, A&E Editor

October 31, 2019

DaBaby, a somewhat new rapper came up quickly, within the past year. His song SUGE blew up and made his name known. All of DaBaby’s songs have the same feeling; they’re all very upbeat and he usually raps about the same things, himself, his family and how he lives his life.  DaBaby’s bigges...

Spider-Man Back in the MCU

Spider-Man Back in the MCU

Paige Taylor, Staff

October 31, 2019

Late in the summer of 2019, many Marvel fans had a shock when news that Spider-Man who is also known as Peter Parker was out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).   In August 2009 the Walt Disney Company had made a deal with the Sony Company for...

The 1975 Album Comparison

Megan Jamora, Staff

October 1, 2019

While some with a platform sit idly when it comes to speaking up about social issues, British band The 1975 has recently been using their fame to shed a light on matters important to them. Though their early releases seldom do this, their status in the music industry has brought them to make this chang...

Post Malone “Hollywood’s Bleeding” Review

October 1, 2019

In Post Malone’s third full-length album he expresses yet another version of himself. In the past, Malone has released many hip hop/rap singles that have been hits. Songs like “White Iverson” went RIAA “Recording Industry Association of America”  5x Platinum. The difference between his ne...

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