Emma LaBreck: Artist of the Month

Laura Green, Features Editor

December 2, 2014

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She sat there with confidence. Intent on keeping pace with the baton floating back and forth, her fingers danced along the metal as the sounds of classical music escaped through the holes in her flute. She played like no one was...

Now I’m a Belieber

Robert Connelly, Webmaster

April 2, 2014

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    Excessive fanbases for pop culture artists are no strange sight in the modern music world, but at times these groups can become so overbearing in their worship that it leaks into everyday, “normal-people” society. ...

Binging your way to the finale

Nikki Margeson, Staff Writer

April 2, 2014

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    We’ve all had those days where we refuse to leave the couch, spending hours watching a television series with empty soda cans and popcorn scattered across the blankets. With Netflix’s recent spike in popularity, the n...

How to make Shakespeare proud

Leah Doherty, Staff Writer

March 23, 2014

Filed under Entertainment, News

Staring into the faces of professional theater educators and critics, senior Jack Duff entered the stage with one goal in mind: to bring Shakespeare’s words and characters to life.     “From you have I been absent in the...

Concerts that will end your winter blues

Hannah Nelson, Social Medias Manager

December 26, 2013

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 Weekends in the winter generally mean staying in, bundled up and drinking hot chocolate, but that doesn’t always need to be the case. Although the bitter weather may be a restriction on the activities available to teens, wi...

Movie Club Rolls Into SHS

Gillian O’Malley, Staff Writer

December 24, 2013

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  In light of a new academic school year, the usual clubs have brainstormed ideas for yearly trips, fundraisers, and activities. This year, clubs will be traveling to a Model United Nations Conference in Chicago, preparing fo...