Hamnet, by Maggie O’Farrell offers an astonishingly moving tale about motherhood, women, and life.

Woman’s Might: Hamnet, by Maggie O’Farrell

Saniya Shah, Managing Editor September 15, 2022

I am awed because I have just experienced the truest, most tangible, intricate, heartbreaking depiction of a woman. This is the first feeling that comes to mind after reading Hamnet, by Maggie O’Farrell....

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 Daisy Edgar-Jones stars as Kya in the film adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing.

Where the Crawdads Sing: A Tune of Disappointment

Joy Ren, Editor-in-Chief July 23, 2022

“Secrets are buried just beneath the surface.” The film adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing reveals the secrets of the marsh; however, viewers find themselves lost in the chaos of the hanging...

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The Phantom of the Opera steals the audience away, bringing the drama, emotion, and terror to life.

The Prowess of the Opera

Saniya Shah, Managing Editor July 16, 2022

A few months ago, at some ungodly hour of the night (for me, around 11:30 p.m.), it struck me that I had not yet listened to The Phantom of the Opera soundtrack. Given my general liking for musicals and...

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians: a thrilling and new rendition of the old, matured story.

Electrifying News: New Percy Jackson TV Series

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer June 2, 2022

Just about every fan that I can think of has put down the Percy Jackson movies in some way. Everyone recollects the movies, but never in a positive light.  Much of the fandom would rather pretend that...

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FDR delivering a “fireside chat.”

This Week in History: April 12

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

On April 12, 1945, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, passed away, leaving a void felt deeply by many across the nation. His enduring twelve-year presidency and leadership...

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The that girl trend has taken a large effect on girls and young people overall.

Opinion: Redefining Health in an Appearance-Based Society

Yana Giannoutsos, Managing Editor April 6, 2022

That Girl and Other Trends The idea of “that girl” has spread rapid-fire around social media platforms, much like other popular diet and lifestyle trends. But what if trends like this sparked the...

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Coming Full-Circle: What We Learned from the Pandemic

Coming Full-Circle: What We Learned from the Pandemic

Linda Petersen, Staff Writer March 29, 2022

Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about time. I’m quickly nearing the end of my senior year, but I’m not so sure I feel like a senior. It seems like it went too fast, but in other ways, it feels...

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Your local Pokeworks should truly be a staple in your diet.

Pokeworks: For the Strong Ones

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor March 29, 2022

My dad, a Serbian immigrant, blames his love for all things spicy on his eastern European roots. Therefore, as his daughter, I blame my love for all things spicy on him. And when I say “love,” I mean...

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Trevor Noahs Born a Crime is a satisfying read that is definitely worth a read.

Born a Crime: Trevor Noah’s Life Story

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

Born a Crime is talk show host Trevor Noah’s debut novel. The autobiography reflects his childhood in Africa, with many crushes and dreams and a big family to call his own. The only thing that sets him...

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Amy Tans The Joy Luck Club stands as a beautiful novel definitely worth a read.

An Immigrant’s Luck

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

“This house was built too steep, and a bad wind from the top blows all your strength back down the hill. So you can never get ahead. You are always rolling backward”.  Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck...

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