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Creed II enters the ring swinging

Creed II enters the ring swinging

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

December 17, 2018

There is always a level of wariness going into a sequel of a well-received film. 2015 brought us “Creed,” directed by Ryan Coogler, and it blew me away. But after learning that “Creed II” would be directed Steven Caple Jr., I had my doubts for the coming sequel. Thankfully, this latest entry into the long line of Rocky movies proves ...

Top Seven Holiday Songs To Dance To This Season

Top Seven Holiday Songs To Dance To This Season

Anna Pavlisin, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018

 1.All I Want for Christmas - Mariah Carey   One of the most popular Christmas songs of all time, it’s clear that the reason it’s so prominent is the energy and the beat of this song. Carey’s choice to hold the notes only add to the fun of singing along to this song. Personally, it is a ye...

Pop Tart Taste Test

Pop Tart Taste Test

Irene Yannakakis and Anna Pavlisin

December 14, 2018

1. Wildlicious Wild Berry (3/10) Moving along to our last place contender, the Wildlicious Wild Berry. Before trying this Pop Tart, we had high hopes because we were expecting a sweet berry flavor, but that is not at all what we got. The Pop Tart tasted similar to a sour grape flavor, so we were ...

Riverdale Review

Riverdale Review

Irene Yannakakis, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018

Although at first glance Riverdale seems like your basic murder mystery show, with the producers adding more and more every season, it becomes more than just an over the top chick flick. Based on the popular characters in the Archie Comics, the thrilling teen drama always keeps me on the edge of my seat...

Art students face the pressures of STEM focused education

Art students face the pressures of STEM focused education

Lydia Roseman, News Editor

November 29, 2018

Science. Technology. Engineering. Mathematics. These fields have been pushed on us since we were young. Elementary schoolers take art and music classes once or twice a week, but are drilled in their times tables almost every day. When schools are short on funding, art programs are the first on the c...

Overlord covers familiar ground with fresh execution

Overlord covers familiar ground with fresh execution

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018

On the surface, it’s easy to dismiss director Julius Avery’s “Overlord” as an over the top and uninspired action flick. And while, yes, the movie brings very few fresh ideas to the table, “Overlord” shines in its attention grabbing execution of those ideas that keeps viewers thrilled from it...

You Gouda check out this mac & cheese review

You Gouda check out this mac & cheese review

Andrew Li, Nayeon Ryu, Carly Anderson, and Sarah Lashly

November 15, 2018

Five total macaroni and cheese brands Kraft Mac & Cheese Annie’s Mac & Cheese Velveeta Mac & cheese Whole Foods 365 Nature Crazy Bugs Mac & Cheese Scoring guide Each brand can earn up to 50 points, and each category was judged out of 10 points except for creativity, which ...

Jazz Band gets a full instrumentation

Jazz Band gets a full instrumentation

Peyton Gaskill, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018

For the first time since 2001, the Jazz Band has a full instrumentation. This means that the band has players for each instrument required for musical pieces written for large bands, including saxophones, trumpets, trombones, guitar, bass, drums and a piano. “It’s really fun because we can do chart...

A perfect storm: Running with Scissors Improv show receives thunderous applause

A perfect storm: Running with Scissors Improv show receives thunderous applause

Carly Anderson, Copy Editor

October 30, 2018

No sex, no drugs, no rock ‘n’ roll (and definitely no smooth jazz)–these are the only restrictions you’ll find at your average Running with Scissors Improv show. Following the first “Perfect Storm” of a show Oct. 26, I can guarantee you that none of these things are necessary: you’ll find yourself h...

From playing piano in Thailand to marching in the band

From playing piano in Thailand to marching in the band

Anna Pavlisin, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

While living with alumnus Luke Whitten’s family for her junior year, Thai exchange student Aim Achalapong has joined the marching band as a synthesizer player. After encouragement from her dad to come to the United States, Aim decided to become an exchange student. “A lot of people from my s...

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