‘Addams Family’ is creepy and spooky in all the best ways

April 22, 2016

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By Grace George '17 Teeming with ghastly scenery and taboo romance, the Masquers of West Essex’s performance of “The Addams Family” did not fail to impress with its humor and liveliness. The show combined the classic stor...

‘Conservative Cait’ throws her support behind candidate Cruz

April 22, 2016

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By Julie Rosenberg '16 Even Kim Kardashian’s nude pictures on the Internet aren't enough to take attention away from talk about Caitlyn Jenner’s political views. That’s right, Kim is being pushed aside and Caitlyn is t...

‘Hamilton’ discovers the fun in American history

April 22, 2016

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By Daniella Ignacio '17 Throughout the 2015-2016 Broadway season, there has been one show that everyone is buzzing about. If you like musical theatre and don't know “Hamilton,” chances are many theatre kids will start throw...

Academy leave diverse performers at home

March 4, 2016

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By Gianna Aktas '16 Every year when the Oscars come around, many are excited to see if their favorite actor was nominated or not. This year alone has been filled with extroadinary films and performances that will be remember long after the award season. Although many movies cast parts for white and ...

Reality TV consumes us

March 4, 2016

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By Madison Gering '16 When sitting at my lunch table, reality TV stars are always a topic of discussion. Whether it is discussing the latest episode of “Housewives of Beverly Hills,” or Scott Disick’s recent check into rehab, it always makes its way into o...

A ‘Bachelor’s’ love is not eternal

March 4, 2016

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By Julie Rosenberg '16 As we approach the last episode of season 20 of “The Bachelor,” filled with love and hope, viewers look back with nostalgia on the past seasons. Many dedicated fans think of their favorite bachelor and fav...

Walkin’ round with straight cash money on your wrist

March 4, 2016

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By Jordan Alworth '16 Walking around school with a Lululemon lunch bag comes at a cost. A cost of about $88, assuming you are buying the basic black cropped Lululemon leggings, the same ones available at Target for a quarter of the price. And if you want the bangle with an “H” on i...

‘Murderer’ leads fans to question U.S. criminal justice system

March 4, 2016

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By Jessica Cunha '17 Imagine being sent to prison for a crime you didn’t commit. It may seem like a nightmare, but in “Making a Murderer,” the case around Wisconsin man Steven Avery’s multiple arrests raises questions over whether this is just an irrational fear. “Making a ...

The verdict on feminism: The jury is still out

January 14, 2016

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By Julia Maxman '16 When women are young, they are encouraged to act like Disney Princesses who are known for their extravagant ballgowns and for waiting for their princes to rescue them. On the other hand, they are also taught ...

Looking back at 2015: The best in film, TV, music and sports

January 14, 2016

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By Gianna Aktas ’16 With 2015 coming to a close, there have been many lights flashed on celebrities and the media. From hit movies like “Jurassic World” and “Furious 7” to top Billboard hits and the birth of Caitlyn...

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