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Season two of “You” is already thrilling viewers before even being released

Season two of “You” is already thrilling viewers before even being released

Emma Smith ’22

October 29, 2019

The drama, suspense and intensity of Netflix’s original series “You” left viewers in awe of the brilliant and compelling storyline. Joe Goldberg played by Penn Badgley, slowly descends into a Ted Bundy-esque love-crazed stalker. However, the creepy and quite unsettling plot makes it impossible...

‘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 or in this case, thrilled. However, in April, the first trailer for “Joker” was released,...

New iPhone 11 review: newest additions

New iPhone 11 review: newest additions

Charley Guthartz ’22

October 26, 2019

The iPhone 11’s new qualities are all you’re ever going to need on an iPhone. Sure the iPhone 11 Pro has some nicer aspects, but most people don’t need them. So if you are like me and just need the camera for basic purposes, like Instagram photos, spending that extra $300 is not worth it. The newest...

‘Tall Girl’ just another cheesy romantic Netflix original movie

‘Tall Girl’  just another cheesy romantic Netflix original movie

Charley Guthartz ’22

October 18, 2019

Netflix original movies about teen romance have a well-established reputation of being boring. So when preparing to watch the new movie, “Tall Girl” I went in with low expectations, but it proved to be even worse than I expected. In the Netflix comedy, the main character, Jodi, is abnormally tall...

‘Ad Astra’ misses star quality, burns out

This is a photo of stars forming, taken by Nasa’s Hubble telescope on the 25th anniversary of its launch in 1990. The Hubble telescope can see about 10-15 billion light years away and is expected to be replaced in March of 2021. Hubble has discovered 10 times more galaxies than NASA thought even existed in its time up in space.

Christopher Tatusko ’22

October 18, 2019

“Ad Astra” is quite possibly the biggest waste of time that I have probably ever seen. The movie is about Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) who is on a mission to Neptune. He is on a search for his father and his father’s crew that went missing in space 30 years prior due to an unidentified power surge...

Hollywood’s Newest Phenomenon Soars: ‘The Art of Racing In The Rain’

Milo Ventimiglia (Denny) poses for the cameras at the preview for “The Art of Racing In The Rain.” This production is the actor’s biggest acting job yet, which drew more publicity and paparazzi to the preview. Amanda Seyfried (Eve) offers photographers a big smile at the preview for “The Art of Racing In The Rain.” The actress has starred in many films including Mama Mia, one of Hollywood’s most successful productions.

Izzy Sareen ’22

October 4, 2019

If you are a dog enthusiast and have been on the edge of your seat for another dog movie to enter the theaters, you’re in luck. 20th Century Fox’s newest production, “The Art of Racing In The Rain,'' will satisfy your hunger for animal films. This movie specifically changes up the pattern of animal...

Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” confirms that he doesn’t belong to a genre

The undefined artist incorporates rap, R&B, pop, and hard rock into his third released album

Natasha Taubenheim '22

October 4, 2019

After listening to any of his songs, you would most likely question what type of music you are listening to. Post Malone, an American rapper and songwriter best known for the release of his first album “Stoney,” made it clear that he had no interest in being placed under any music genre. On Sept....

Netflix’s “The Perfect Date” proves to be far from perfect

Netflix’s “The Perfect Date” proves to be far from perfect

Molly Gold '21

May 13, 2019

There’s nothing quite like shamefully binging a cheesy romantic comedy. It allows me to escape into the world where the popular jock notices the shy girl, two polar opposites find love and the sun is always shining. Whenever Netflix releases one of these mindlessly-entertaining films, I’m the first...

“What Men Want” utilizes comedy to reveal real gender bias problems in the workplace

“What Men Want” utilizes comedy to reveal real gender bias problems in the workplace

Katie Howard ’19

March 20, 2019

The age old question: What the hell is going on in men’s heads? “What Men Want” answers this question, as well as highlights the trials and tribulations of being a hardworking woman in a man's world. These serious themes are buoyed by comedic levity to maintain a light hearted feel to an all around...

Florida Georgia Line tops country charts with new album

Florida Georgia Line’s fourth album, “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country”, consists of nineteen songs and five features.

Kevin Rabacs '19

March 11, 2019

After three years of singles and feature hits, Florida Georgia Line’s fourth album, “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country,” is their most diverse and well put together album. One week after its release  at exactly midnight on Friday, Feb. 15, it sped to number one on Billboard's top country album ch...

The review: predicting “The Bachelor’s” upcoming episodes

The Bachelor, Colton Underwood, and his 30 bachelorettes head to the end of  season 23. The women compete, hoping to become Underwood’s fiancée.

Marlo Von der Ahe '20

February 28, 2019

As season 23 of “The Bachelor” gears on, fans everywhere are analyzing and picking their favorite women to (hopefully) be proposed to on the last episode. This hard-fought reality television show focuses on one man who dates 30 women at once, eliminating a few each week in order to find his fiancée...

Midterm review period holds a permanent spot on exam schedule

Staples’ newly implemented exam schedule where E1 and E2 represent the review days

Evi Tarshis '20, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

The newly instated review period will continue to be scheduled for years to follow due to an abundance of positive feedback from Staples students and teachers.

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