Paint the Bus

Lucy Pearsall-Finch

May 5, 2015

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Student Life

“How would you like to help paint a bus?” Your first reaction is “seems fun!” but then you start to wonder why. A bunch of students from Ms. Coyne and Mr. Dunabeck’s art classes were asked to assist an artist paint... Read more »

Furious 7 Opens

Mekhi Grimes

April 28, 2015

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Creative Writing, Opinion and Poetry

Furious 7 is the newest installment of The Fast and Furious franchise. This new chapter is all about revenge, family, and brothers parting paths.  After Toretto’s and O’Connor’s escapades in London (Getting Letty and helping... Read more »

Willow’s Way: Part 1

Tayde McDonald, Creative Writer

March 19, 2015

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Creative Writing, Opinion and Poetry

There once was a weeping willow. She stood sad and lonely among all the other trees that surrounded her on a tiny hillside, always crying up a river.    What could be hurting her so? Was she sick? Were her roots broken? Were... Read more »

“Radio Raheem” from Do the Right Thing

Martinea Goss, Reporter

March 9, 2015

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Student Life

This past Friday, I had the pleasure of speaking with the legendary Mr. Bill Nunn. Many of you may know him as “Radio Raheem”... Read more »

House of Cards: Season 3! Yes or no?

Eamon Sheehan, Reporter

March 7, 2015

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Creative Writing, Opinion and Poetry

House of Cards, no matter how much it tries to toy with viewers, has always been about power. Realistically portraying American politics takes a back seat to constructing a complex juggling act of manipulation and corruption.... Read more »

Review of World War Z

Elena Matos

November 23, 2014

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Creative Writing, Opinion and Poetry

These past two weeks, Obama’s book club has been reading World War Z by Max Brooks, an epic tale of what might just happen if a zombie epidemic were to break loose and ravage the globe. It shows one man’s thoughts... Read more »

The Slow Regard of Silent Things

Maya Lapp

November 13, 2014

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Creative Writing, Opinion and Poetry

There are millions upon millions of books in this world, in hundreds of different languages, each placed under a carefully organized genre. Everyone, even people who don’t enjoy reading, have a few genres they like best, but... Read more »