Delicious Snacks and Treats to Eat This Season

Juliette Uncovsky, Associate Editor

December 13, 2018


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Here are some holiday treats that you should make this winter.

The Top Five Ranked Animated Shows on Television

Talia Dave, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018


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The entertainment world is dominated by television and movies, especially those that are animated. Children, teens and adults alike all, at some point in their life, enjoy animation. Here is a list of the top five best animated television shows of the 21st century. Family Guy is arguably the funniest...

“Crazy Rich Asians” Has Been Making Movie History

Isabelle Yuen, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018


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The groundbreaking movie, Crazy Rich Asians, featuring an all Asian cast has already topped the box offices three weeks in a row. The new release has been life changing for many of the actors, and has influenced the lives of many Asian Americans. The movie follows the romance of Nick Young and Rachel C...

Stories of Your Life and Others: Book Review

Jiayi Zhu, Staff Writer

February 22, 2018


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In November 2016 the mystery/science fiction movie Arrival received critical acclaim for, among other things, its masterful dramatic presentation of the exploration of communicating with alien life. While the film is considered one of best of the year, few moviegoers are aware that the plot originated ...

Foodsta, The Newest Social Media Sensation

Johanna Svensson, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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You’re with your friend for lunch and the meals come out to the table. You pick up your fork to begin eating but your friend pulls out their phone and takes a photo of the food. Noticing your confusion they simply state, “It’s for my Foodsta.” A Foodstagram, or Foodsta, is a secondary Instagram page solely ...

Spring Break 2018

Ava O'Reilly, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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Spring break is almost here which means the time to decide where to spend the week is ticking down. Whether staying close to home, venturing out into the states, or traveling even further with a passport, there are so many options to choose from. Here are some of the top contenders to choose from to...

Foodsta: Connecting the World with Food

Johanna Svensson, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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You’re with your friend for lunch and the meals come out to the table. You pick up your fork to begin eating but your friend pulls out their phone and takes a photo of the food. Noticing your confusion they simply state, “It’s for my Foodsta.” A Foodstagram, or Foodsta, is a secondary Instagram...

Post-Valentines Music

Shriya Senguttuvan, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 21, 2018


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Although it may be past Valentine’s Day, the warm, fuzzy feeling inside your stomach may still be lingering. As the month of February pushes on, here are some songs that will surely keep love in the air.     First Date by Blink 182     Seeing Stars by BØRNS     What We Live...

Easy D.I.Y. Halloween Crafts

Easy D.I.Y. Halloween Crafts

Maddy Courtright and Juliette Uncovsky

January 21, 2018


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Ghost Lollipops This frightfully cute way to decorate lollipops goes from a simple candy to a Halloween-themed treat. Materials: tissue paper squares A lollipop A ribbon of your choice Sharpie How To: Place a lollipop in the center of two tissue paper squares Tie a ribbon around th...

Exam Week Prep

Johanna Svensson, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


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  Gather all of your materials from prior units: It is important to keep the worksheets and tests you have completed throughout the year so that when exam week comes around you are able to study. Looking back on these assignments will show you different areas of each subject you struggled with a...

Gift Ideas 2017

Ava O'Reilly, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


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It is that time of year again when Christmas trees are being lit, the weather is getting a little colder and holiday shopping is beginning. What should you get each person on your shopping list? Here are some of the top picks for this holiday season.   Girls: Gifts are pretty easy to sort ...

New Year’s Resolutions for 2018

Ava O'Reilly, Staff Writer

November 29, 2017


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Every year on New Year’s Eve people all over the world come up with resolutions to improve their lives in the upcoming year. Most resolutions last for a few weeks and then die off into “I’ll try again next year.” Sometimes people just do not pick the right ones. Here is a list of simple resolutions...

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