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“Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1” doesn’t fly into my heart

“Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1” doesn’t fly into my heart

Nicole DeBlasi, Web Managing Editor

November 26, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

I would like to preface this review by saying that I am obsessed with the “Hunger Games” trilogy. However, I disliked “Mockingjay,” the final book. Okay. I’m done with my rant now. “Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1” follows Katniss Everdeen, who now has become the face of the revolution agains...

Ouija boards summon shivers with spooky spirits

Ouija boards summon shivers with spooky spirits

Margaux MacColl, Features Editor

November 10, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Three girls were huddled in a dark room. “Everything was in shadows,” Sam Galvao ’16 said. The only  illumination in the bedroom came from a sliver of light that crawled in from under the door. The only movement was the quickening of heartbeats as the three girls each placed two trembling...

Students eagerly await fall films

Students eagerly await fall films

Emily Olrik, Staff Writer

October 2, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

As the colors of the leaves change, students flock to the theatres excited to see the last movies of the year that may be Oscar contenders. There are a few movies in particular that critics are raving about and eager students are headed to the theatres to see this fall. Whiplash: Release Date: Oct. 10 This ...

Seniors refuse to “Let It Go”

Seniors refuse to “Let It Go”

Bailey Ethier, Editor-in-Chief

June 20, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Children once ventured to Blockbuster, now a lost monument of American culture, to enjoy their favorite films: “Beauty and the Beast,” “Finding Nemo” and “Shrek.” But then America made great technological achievements, and a trip to Blockbuster was replaced by signing into Netflix. While...

“The Fault In Our Stars” surpasses ‘okay’

“The Fault In Our Stars” surpasses ‘okay’

Julia Greenspan, Staff Writer

June 10, 2014


Filed under Arts, National art blog

Three years ago, I would’ve been dressed like many of the exuberant middle-schoolers that were at “The Fault In Our Stars” movie premiere on Thursday. The masses came clad in blue shirts with two clouds on it: one which said “Okay…” and another below which replied, “Okay,” an homage to the main characters, Hazel and Augustus’, dialogue. While their reactions to in...

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