Hot meal options on September 24, 2021 at Wilton High School feature rice, chicken, and green beans.

Opinion: Chartwells’ Chicken – Can We Call it ‘Oriental’?

Joy Ren, Managing Editor October 14, 2021

Lunch is usually a time for students to unwind and relax, offering delicious and nutritious meals to get students through their hectic schedules. However, at one school in Connecticut, students were confused...

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Donald Ray DJ Johnson Jr, Laura Lee, and Mark Speer of Khruangbin perform in London, England.

The B-Side: “The Universe Smiles Upon You”

Henry Purcell, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

It’s pretty difficult to look cool while walking down a hill, but if someone does it while listening to “The Universe Smiles Upon You,” at least they’ll feel like they do. The debut album from...

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City hosts one of the largest and most extravagant events of the year: The Met Gala.

Opinion: The Most Meaningful Looks Amidst a Meaningless Met Gala

Julia Clark, Staff Writer September 18, 2021

The Met Gala is one of the world's most exclusive invitationals, a party hosted at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, at which in attendance are amongst the most powerful names in pop culture....

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J. Cole released his new outstanding album, “The Off-Season,” on May 14, 2021.

J. Cole brings success with “The Off-Season”

Lora Simakova, Editor-in-Chief May 19, 2021

Killa, it’s The Off-Season. Initially titled “The Fall Off,” but now called “The Off-Season,” J. Cole’s new album is  not one to disappoint. It’s been three years since the rapper released...

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Icarus, a documentary of interesting fates, is not one to skip over.

“Icarus” is not one to miss

Piper Chase, Guest Writer May 1, 2021

“They are all doping.”  Anti-doping scientist Don Catlin states the facts plain and simple. In a modern world dominated by professional sports, athletes often use dangerous anabolic steroids to...

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“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” Not Great Success, But Still Very Nice

“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” Not Great Success, But Still Very Nice

Sebastian Hunt, The Forum's Head Writer of Film & TV October 30, 2020

★★★½ Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, simply put, is a more ordinary film than 2006’s Borat. That’s the best comparison of the two. Instead of focusing primarily on the hysterically spontaneous...

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The (Boring) Game Is Afoot In “Enola Holmes”

The (Boring) Game Is Afoot In “Enola Holmes”

Sebastian Hunt, The Forum's Head Writer of Film and TV October 21, 2020

★★½ As far as late-night, not-really-paying-attention viewing goes, one could certainly do worse than Netflix’s Enola Holmes. It’s not really bad — producer/star Millie Bobby Brown is certainly...

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“Onward” Isn’t Pixar Wizardry, But It’s Still Pretty Good

“Onward” Isn’t Pixar Wizardry, But It’s Still Pretty Good

Sebastian Hunt, The Forum's Head Writer of Film & TV March 8, 2020

★★★☆☆ In keeping with Pixar’s recent run of good-not-great animated outings, Onward is a charming yet overly familiar family-friendly adventure. Quality-wise, it’s roughly equal to 2013’s...

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“The Call of the Wild” Barks Up The Wrong Tree

“The Call of the Wild” Barks Up The Wrong Tree

Sebastian Hunt, The Forum's Head Writer of Film & TV February 28, 2020

★★☆☆☆ A film like The Call of the Wild is built around dogs. The canine star determines the success of this type of film and its appeal (or lack thereof), which explains why Call of the Wild...

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“Sonic” Satisfies

“Sonic” Satisfies

Sebastian Hunt, The Forum's Head Writer of Film & TV February 20, 2020

★★★☆☆ I try to keep an open mind for every film I see, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some I dread. Sonic the Hedgehog certainly fell in the latter camp: it looked terrible, the film...

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