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While the messy divorce between Kanye West and Kim Kardashian has been viewed as nothing but celebrity drama by many, West’s actions prove to be abusive. This apathy sets a precedent for public figures, that abuse is okay as long as it’s against celebrities and their families.

Kanye West’s harassment of Kim Kardashian normalizes abuse

Jake Fitzpatrick ’22, Staff Writer April 3, 2022

A man threatened and harassed his ex-wife’s new boyfriend, publicized every moment of their custody battle online, chose to live directly across the street to be near her, shared screenshots of private...

Reality TV: Don’t knock it until you try it

Jared Leonard '22, Paper Opinions Editor October 28, 2021

Season 18 premiere of The Bachelorette consists of drama, peculiar entrances and potential connections.

‘Bachelorette’ season 18 brings excitement to bachelornation

Brooke Dembin '22, Business Manager October 26, 2021

Get comfortable on your couch, grab your popcorn and prepare (albeit for the 18th year in a row) for one of the most unnecessarily dramatic and addicting reality TV shows.  Season 18 of “The Bachelorette”...

Ali makes Rue uncomfortable as he asks questions about what led up to her relapsing. There is a very intentional use of pauses between each of their lines that creates an underlying tension.

‘Euphoria’ special episode proves thought-provoking but disappointingly long

Tallula Stvan ’21, Paper Arts Editor December 17, 2020

“Euphoria” saw large success when it was released last summer with both immediate popularity and multiple Emmy nominations and wins. It centers around Rue, a 17-year-old grappling with a drug addiction...

The new release show “Outer Banks” enhances a mysterious, adventurous teen drama show to allow viewers to binge watch during this time of being stuck inside.

‘Outer Banks’ creates a binge-worthy T.V series

Lexie Moskovit ’21 May 3, 2020

Being stuck home during the COVID-19 pandemic, many are looking for something to do during quarantine. Some have taken up arts and craft, cooking or even working out. Teens are looking for shows to binge...

Since 2017, “This Is Us” has been nominated for and won multiple awards through organizations such as the Golden Globes, the Emmys, the American Film Institution, and the Screen Actors Guild.

Fourth season of ‘This Is Us’ emotional, evolving *WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD

Anastasia Thumser ’22, Web Opinions Editor November 9, 2019

Family is often the center of our universe, and the most chaotic part of our lives. Synonymous with unconditional love and support, reputable for being messy and complicated. With all its intricacies,...

‘Joker’ Review: Send in the Clown

‘Joker’ Review: Send in the Clown

Adam Greenlee ’20 October 26, 2019

Drama/Thriller: movies designed to make you uncomfortable, a feeling that I do not exactly welcome into my life. When I’m sitting in my chair at a movie theater, I don’t enjoy being intentionally scared...

All American season two will be released on October 7th at 8pm on CW.

Season two of “All American” starts off with a bang

Lucy Zuckerman ’22 October 22, 2019

Football, drama and romance all come together to create “All American,” a total touchdown in the entertainment industry. When the American TV show, “All American,” aired on CW and Netflix, in...

Netflix released the third season of their original show “Thirteen Reasons Why” on August 23. Instead of focusing on Hannah Baker, the show follows the murder of serial rapist Bryce Walker.

“Thirteen Reasons Why” oversimplifies societal issues

Remy Teltser ’21 September 16, 2019

Netflix has finally released their long-anticipated season three of the original hit “Thirteen Reasons Why.” While the first season focused on Hannah Baker’s suicide, and the second followed her...

‘Riverdale’ returns with a problematic new season

‘Riverdale’ returns with a problematic new season

October 18, 2018

By Kevin Ludy '19 A teen framed for murder, high school crushes and a mysterious map are all tied together in a teen drama. Although these qualities sound intriguing, the new season of Riverdale doesn’t...

“Love, Simon” is an important, unprecedented, engaging teen movie

“Love, Simon” is an important, unprecedented, engaging teen movie

April 8, 2018

By Kevin Ludy '19 After unintentionally seeing it twice in one week, I’m just going to get this out of the way: I really, honestly, loved this movie. The movie “Love, Simon” is truly groundbreaking...

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