• The girls basketball team will have a tryout meeting on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 2:30 p.m. in Coach Leake's room. Anyone wanting to be on the team should attend.

  • This week's Real World Wednesday will focus on car maintenance. Come to the library on Oct. 11 during Seminar.

  • Arete pillar forms are due on Friday, Oct. 13. Forms can be found just inside the entrance and should be submitted to Room 2.

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A “Wonder”

A “Wonder”

Juliet Fuhrmann, Move Editor

November 29, 2017


Filed under Feature, Reviews, Showcase

Normally you would have a paper ticket when you walk into a movie theater, but for this particular night, it was bracelets with the phrase “choose kind” on them. On Nov. 15, at 6 p.m. I went to see "Wonder" with my family. My brother's plastic surgeon bought out an auditorium for his patients,...

The Shack

The Shack

Talia Thambyrajah, staff reporter

November 21, 2017


Filed under Feature, Reviews

As I was scrolling through Netflix this past weekend in avoidance of my several homework assignments and college essays, I was not satisfied with the selection I was given. Nowadays, there aren't many, what I would consider, “good” movies on Netflix that I haven't already seen. But, that is anot...

Heroin(e)- A documentary about Heroin and Heroines

Heroin(e)- A documentary about Heroin and Heroines

Jennifer Ferry, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under Feature, Reviews, Showcase

As a person who's always looking for an interesting new show to watch,- I place a lot of faith in Netflix’s show suggestions for me. Last week while doing my calculus homework Netflix recommended to me an interesting documentary about drug use in Huntington, West Virginia. I was intrigued enough to watc...

Lightning, murder, and….Romance?

Lightning, murder, and….Romance?

Reese McLaughlin, Staff reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Feature, Feature, Reviews

“And Then There Were None” was one of the first books that I read for school and actually enjoyed. The way Agatha Christie writes entraps the reader in her world. She doesn't baby the audience by dumbing down the plot, which is something I always appreciate. Then Hollywood came along and made a ...

Forget the critics, “Batman v Superman” was awesome

Forget the critics, “Batman v Superman” was awesome

Will Sills, staff reporter

March 30, 2016


Filed under Reviews, Voice

Last Thursday, I stood in a line for about 30 minutes, eagerly waiting to get a good seat for my most anticipated movie of the year, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” While I was incredibly excited, I was also quite nervous. The Rotten Tomatoes score fell almost by the minute, dropping from a ...

Star Wars: Episode VII – the force is strong with this one

Star Wars: Episode VII – the force is strong with this one

Will Sills, staff reporter

January 12, 2016


Filed under Feature, Reviews, Uncategorized

On opening day, I waited in a line for three to four hours to see the most anticipated film to ever be released, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” With all the hype behind the film, there’s no way it could have possibly lived up to the extremely high bar, right? Actually, not only did it meet the stand...

“Spotlight”: the 2010s answer to “All the President’s Men”

“Spotlight”: the 2010s answer to “All the President’s Men”

Will Sills, staff reporter

December 4, 2015


Filed under Feature, Reviews

It’s official: “The Revenant” is no longer the Oscar favorite to win Best Picture. Even though the film has not even been released, it is going to have be nearly perfect because “Spotlight” was incredible! The film focuses on the spotlight staff members at the Boston Globe (played by Michael ...

The top five most disappointing movie sequels of all-time

The top five most disappointing movie sequels of all-time

Will Sills, staff reporter

November 11, 2015


Filed under Feature, Reviews, Voice

This year, we have received and will receive sequels to some of our favorite movies of all time, from “Star Wars: Episode VII” to “Jurassic World.” We eagerly and somewhat nervously anticipate these sequels, afraid that they could suck. I think it’s safe to say that no sequel this year will ...

The powerful “Sicario”

The powerful “Sicario”

Will Sills, staff reporter

November 4, 2015


Filed under Feature, Reviews

The highlights out of Hollywood right now are the Ridley Scott sci-fi epic “The Martian” and Steven Spielberg’s “Bridge of Spies” starring Tom Hanks. The film slipping under the cracks is “Sicario,” the latest film from “Prisoners” director Denis Villeneuve. While the film has received wi...

Panic! at the new song

Becca Abrams, Voice editor

October 29, 2015


Filed under Feature, Reviews

Panic! at the Disco’s new song, “Victorious”, gives me a nostalgic feeling to my middle school years when I would blast them through the house at full volume. It makes me feel edgy and it’s perfect for making you feel like you can do anything. If I were to listen to this while walking down the...

Matt Damon shines in “The Martian”

Matt Damon shines in “The Martian”

Will Sills, Staff reporter

October 22, 2015


Filed under Feature, Reviews

After the subpar releases of “Robin Hood,” “Kingdom of Heaven,” and “The Counselor,” many wondered if once acclaimed director Ridley Scott, widely known for directing classics such as “Alien,” “Blade Runner,” “Thelma & Louise,” and “Gladiator,” had lost a step. With the rele...

Music with a Message

Music with a Message

Emily Mann, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2015


Filed under Feature, Reviews, Uncategorized

I would like to say I hadn’t listened to Alessia Cara until I was assigned this review, and although she is a bit too poppy for my liking in some songs, but I really enjoy the message in her songs, and she has some nice musical aspects to some songs on the album. I really enjoy the chill bluesy atmosph...

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