TV Show Review: “Teen Wolf”

Kylie Boersma, Opinions Editor

February 7, 2014

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Yes, I know the name is stupid. But there is more to “Teen Wolf” than the second-hand ‘80’s title. At its core, the show is about identity, transformation and sacrifice—plus teenage werewolves. “Teen Wol... Read more »

Torch Music Review – Arcade Fire: Reflektor

Jake Golbus, Staff Writer

December 13, 2013

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An ever-changing creation of varying sounds and beats, Arcade Fire’s two disk album “Reflektor" is a work of art. The Montreal band’s album follows its critically acclaimed album “The Suburbs” which won "Album of the ... Read more »

Comedy Sportz: let the games begin

Nicole Favia, Page Editor

December 13, 2013

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Although the word “Sportz” is in the title of the upcoming winter production Comedy Sportz, athleticism is irrelevant since most practices consist of rhyming games and endless variations of the song “Da Do Run Run.” D... Read more »

Frequent use of technology has definite impact

Caroline Rabin and Sarah Cruz, Lifestyle Editor and Executive Lifestyle Editor

December 13, 2013

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Despite the surrounding roar of chatty students, freshman Julia Rothschild found herself at a lunch table full of silent peers. “My friends usually use phones at lunch,” said Rothschild. “It can be a bother because it ca... Read more »

Movie Review: “Blackfish”

Julia Machado and Nicole Favia, Graphics Editor and Page Editor

November 1, 2013

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A black screen and a chilling 911 call sets the scene for “Blackfish.” A man’s calm voice is heard reporting “a dead person at SeaWorld” but he then pauses before emotionally choking out, “A whale has eaten one of the trainers.” On Feb. 24, 2010, amusement park guests witness... Read more »

Do you know your GPS?

November 1, 2013

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Log in and start bloggin’: tips on how to blog

Complied by Isabel Hubeny and Abigail Rosenberg

November 1, 2013

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Last year, junior Toby Klein began blogging after being inspired by her chemistry and English teachers. She now updates two blogs weekly. Chemistry teacher Joan Gallagher began a student blogging program after listening to... Read more »

Not your typical summer break

September 27, 2013

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Retro Review: Missing (1982)

Caroline Rabin, Lifestyle Editor

September 27, 2013

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        All it takes is a click of a button. Just one, deliberate click and suddenly you’re not in Kansas anymore. You’re in Chile, and a war is raging on. The 1982, four-time Academy Award nominee and winner of Best Adapted Screenplay, “Missing,... Read more »

Ending the school year with motivation

Caroline Rabin, Page Editor

May 23, 2013

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Senior Grace Kim knows how grueling it can be to work when summer break is right around the corner. When the sun is out and warm, Kim said she can feel all of her motivation to do school work drain from her body. According... Read more »

Finding the lost and found

Sarah Cruz and Rachel Lee, Features Editor and Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

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  Containing many piles of unorganized objects in a cramped closet space, the lost and found holds over 20 jackets, six backpacks, two Kairos necklaces, nine car keys and 23 textbooks, spirals and workbooks. Out of this wide variety of items, according to Assistant Principal Dean William Eike, only about 50 perc... Read more »

Spilling the beans on caffeine

Alexi Rabin and Eden Bathelt, Opinions Editor and Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

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 "I wake up in the morning,” said junior Rachel Schubert. “I have a cup of coffee, and then I have a cup in the cafeteria. Then I go home and have another cup, actually two, and then I go to Caribou [Coffee] and get my drink with six shots of espresso, whi... Read more »

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