Down with cable! Netflix has taken control

October 21, 2016

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By Grace George ’17 and Olivia Ritter ’17 Move aside cable; Netflix is here to stay. What first started as a cheap convenient medium for binge-watching top shows and movies has now completely altered the television game. From...

For Masquers, ‘Almost, Maine’ is almost here

October 21, 2016

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By Maddie Galligan '18 Every school year, the Masquers club puts together a play and musical to be performed at school. This year’s production of "Almost, Maine" in November will be even more challenging than plays in past years because rather than a straightforward sequence of events, this...

Silence left in wake of musicians’ deaths

June 10, 2016

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By Heath Kalb '18 This year’s passings of cultural icons have made recent months a dark and mournful time for fans of these notable stars. Deceased celebrities have made an impact on countless lives including many in the West...

Orange jumpsuits are back in style this June

June 10, 2016

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By Grace George '17 As one of the most popular series on Netflix, "Orange is the New Black" has received abundant praise for its candid and raunchy portrayal of real-life struggles that has attracted a diverse group of viewers...

#ConcertSeason: Best shows for the summer season

June 10, 2016

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By Micaela Weiss '17   Pop After a three-year hiatus, Justin Bieber finally made his comeback with the album, "Purpose," that hit no. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200. Bieber has set four different dates in this area, so it...

Enough political news: Let’s watch some political movies

April 22, 2016

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By Patrick Glenn '16 We can talk all day about how we feel about the possibility of another Clinton in office, the delegate race in the Republican primaries and the circus that is the 2016 election … but while we wait, let’s...

‘O.J.’ brings back the juice

April 22, 2016

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By Courtney Pappas ‘17 In 1994, America watched one of the most famous cases on television, the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Now, more than 20 years later, America gets to rewatch the trials on the television miniseries, “Ame...

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