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Grey’s Anatomy displays feminism in a whole new way

Grey’s Anatomy displays feminism in a whole new way

Alex Spadacenta, Assistant Business Manager

October 24, 2015

**SPOILER ALERT** “Grey's Anatomy,” Season 11, left viewers or fans with heavy hearts. With Derek dead, Meredith was left alone with three children, frustrated with her sister-in-law and holding a time consuming job. Fans were nervous for Season 12. In these last few episodes, people only saw...

SBAC leaves students dreaming of CAPT

SBAC leaves students dreaming of CAPT

Alison Morrison, Staff Writer

March 2, 2015

Ah, CAPT. Those pesky tests in mid-March that left sophomores drained while the rest of the school caught a few extra hours of sleep. I relished those days when the earliest I had to be in school was a lovely 10:40 a.m. This year, CAPT was dropped in favor of the Smarter Balance Assessments, which...

Choosing the best picks on Netflix

Choosing the best picks on Netflix

Rachel Treisman, Web Features Editor

February 13, 2015

With snow day season at its peak and February break on the horizon, students are finding themselves with a lot of time to kill. What better way to kick back and relax than to grab a laptop and some snacks and log into Netflix? “I binge watch way too much,” Avery Wallace ’15 admitted, adding...

Students visit the ghosts of television’s past

Students visit the ghosts of television’s past

Max Biblicoff, Staff Writer

January 10, 2015

‘Watching classic or throwback TV shows is an intriguing alternative for many students who aren’t satisfied with today’s biggest titles. Those who look to Netflix as their source of TV can often feel trapped between mainstream shows such as “Breaking Bad,” “House of Cards” and “The Walking...

The one with the pop-up coffee shop

The one with the pop-up coffee shop

Jane Schutte, Web Features Editor

October 6, 2014

The compressible orange couch; the classic, green arm-chair; the untrackable cups of coffee; and even our fuzzy, white haired friend Gunther all appeared to be an ideal life for twenty-year-olds in the city, locked within the perimeters of our boxy, prehistoric televisions in 1994. Only two decades later...

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