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“Bandersnatch” combines interactive gaming with television

“Bandersnatch” combines interactive gaming with television

Dana Perelberg ’20

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts, National art blog

“Do you understand? Click yes or no.” The question pops up on my screen after a guided tutorial on how to watch “Bandersnatch”, the newest addition to the “Black Mirror” series on Netflix. At first the show seems like more of a game than an episode. But as an avid watcher of the series, I’ve...

Aquaman displays a dive into the future

Aquaman displays a dive into the future

Teddy Dienst ’20

January 7, 2019


Filed under Arts, National art blog

The balance between comedy and action is what made the science-fiction film, “Aquaman,” so intriguing. Released on Dec. 21, the PG-13 movie reels the audience in right from the beginning by showing us how the main character, Aquaman (Jason Momoa), got his powers. The movie consisted of countless...

It’s a hug and then off to their dreams

It’s a hug and then off to their dreams

June 7, 2018


Filed under Opinions

By Mia Daignault ’20   It’s all my family talks about. It’s the chit chatter at the dinner table. It’s the next post on social media and it’s the next life of graduates as they leave their childhood homes. The inevitable has arrived: the year that my brother leaves for college. Yet I...

Women in History class culminates year with gender equality panel

Women in History class culminates year with gender equality panel

May 21, 2018


Filed under News

By Emma Van Riper '20 The Women in History class held a panel on gender equality at Temple Israel on Wednesday, May 9. The panel covered a variety of topics such as feminism, intersectionality, gender equality and racism. The panel consisted of different female role models with a variety of backgr...

Us humans are a little crazy: It’s about time

Us humans are a little crazy: It’s about time

March 27, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Imagine having no concept of waking up on time. No need to press snooze every time the glaring sound of your default alarm turns on. There would be no productivity. It seems real. It seems like it’s always moving forward. It’s what I plan my day around. It has order, one thing after another. It’s...

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