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The Laramie Project is Coming Soon to Millennium

The Laramie Project is Coming Soon to Millennium

Alysa Alfaro, Journalist
May 5, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

 Ms. Laguardia has recently joined the Drama department, allowing her to take on new plays that are normally not performed at schools. To begin her time as a part of this committee, she has taken on the challenge of recreating The Laramie Project. In an interview, Ms. Laguardia has answered questions con...

Which Disney Princess Are You?

Which Disney Princess Are You?

Victoria Bluemer, Journalist
April 24, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

Which Disney Princess are you? In light of the visit the band had to Disneyland, this is a fun little quiz to see which Disney princess you are! From Anna or Moana to Aurora or Belle, which one are you most like?   What do you like to do most? Sleeping Spending time with your frien...

Alternative Music for Those Who Hate the Radio

Alternative Music for Those Who Hate the Radio

Victoria Colwell, Journalist
April 24, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

While 2017 is thankfully turning out to be a much better year for popular music than previous years, it is still true that the majority of what is played on the radio is dull and vapid. For those of us with a taste that favors rock music, mainstream music is a disappointment, and it’s hard to know where t...

Memories On Paper

Memories On Paper

Yamel Gonzalez, Journalist
April 21, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Features

  Many of us are facing the end of high school year. Some of us are graduating to new and higher places. Some students have just survived their first round in the thunderdome. High school is a place where we make new friends, have new experiences, and take the first step in becoming who we want to be....

Marvel’s Agents of Shield: Is Aida Developing Emotions?

Marvel’s Agents of Shield: Is Aida Developing Emotions?

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
April 20, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

Agents of Shield has plunged into to insanity of The Framework, highlighting one once slightly overlooked character as the unofficial ruler of this upside-down world: Aida the LMD. Now going by Madame Hydra, or Ophelia Sarkissian, Aida appears to have programmed herself into Dr. Radcliffe’s creation as th...

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Season 4 “What If…” *SPOILERS*

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Season 4 “What If…” *SPOILERS*

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
April 6, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

Agents of Shield returned on Tuesday April 4 with a twisted new world order. HAIL HYDRA, EVERYONE! With Agents of Shield gearing up for the end of season 4, fans are thrown into a universe where Hydra has taken over and our beloved main characters are altered in ways that are hard to imagine. The F...

Tips for Creative Writers

Tips for Creative Writers

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
February 18, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Features

Writing can be tough. In school, you are always expected to write at least one essay each semester of high school. The essay...a dreaded English assignment for many. Though writing in school may a hassle, when left to one’s own devices and given the freedom to write whatever you want, it becomes a...

The 8 Best Modern Rock Albums (For Those Who Hate the Radio)

The 8 Best Modern Rock Albums (For Those Who Hate the Radio)

Victoria Colwell, Journalist
February 16, 2017
Filed under Entertainment

The vast majority of us can agree that the music currently played on the radio--well, it sucks. While there are a few talented artists who have the fame they deserve (Ed Sheeran, Sia and twenty one pilots come to mind), most pop music is simply dull and bland. This wouldn’t be as much of a problem if ever...

Top Five Best Disney Songs

Top Five Best Disney Songs

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
February 1, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

The one part of a Disney movie that everyone looks forward to is the music. I mean, what’s a Disney movie without a song and dance? There’s just something about the characters expression of their feelings through song that captivates us and helps us feel more of a connection with them. The songs allow us ...

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Book- Review

‘A Dog’s Purpose’ Book- Review

Aislinn Haselden, Creative Writer/Journalist
January 31, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Opinions & Reviews

Books have a way of touching our hearts and teaching us impactful lessons that nothing else could even begin to attempt. A Dog’s Purpose is just one of the numerous examples of these works. This novel was written by the American humorist W. Bruce Cameron, also author to the books 8 Simple Rules for Dat...

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