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Tuesday Tunes: Five songs you need to hear

Tuesday Tunes: Five songs you need to hear

Jackson Swartz, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2020

Grateful Dead’s bassist, Phil Lesh, doesn't step up to the mike very often due to his deadpan vocals, but when he finally works up the courage, the listener is in for a real treat. This song shows Lesh’s songwriting at its prime.

Movie Monday: Emma

Movie Monday: Emma

Olivia Cohen, Editor in-Chief

March 16, 2020

Accompanied with a bubbly staccato score, movie Emma, has hit theaters for the second time, creating two different perceptions of Jane Austen’s 1815 novel. 

Tuesday Tunes: Recent releases

Tuesday Tunes: Recent releases

Jackson Swartz, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2020

Taking elements of ambient and electronica, the new Car Seat Headrest single marks a drastic change of pace for the one-man band. Veering on four years since their last album release, fans have been hungry for new material. The lyrics are as usual, combining highly personal anecdotes with a knack for sharp wit and a songwriter wise beyond his years.

Movie Monday: Parasite

Movie Monday: Parasite

Lexie Stoesz, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2020

If there’s any film that dominated the 2020 Oscars, it was “Parasite,” directed by Bong Joon-ho of South Korea. 

Tuesday Tunes: Top ten Post Malone songs

Tuesday Tunes: Top ten Post Malone songs

David Campbell, Editor in-Chief

March 3, 2020

With over 22 million subscribers on Spotify, and numerous hits that have reached the top of the charts week in and week out, Austin Richard Post(better known as Post Malone) is a bonafide superstar. Post Malone is one of if not the biggest musical artist in the world. Here are his top ten songs according to Editor in-Chief David Campbell.

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Bennie Goldfarb, Variety Editor

February 21, 2020

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Tuesday Tunes: “No Time to Die” Billie Eilish

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Mason Arneson, Editor At-Large

February 18, 2020

The first leg of Billie Eilish’s Grammy sweep victory lap just after she took the checkered flag, with her new single, “No Time To Die,” which coincides with the impending release of the new James Bond film which bears the same name as Eilish’s track.

Wild pitch: thoughts on the proposed MLB playoff format

Wild pitch: thoughts on the proposed MLB playoff format

Mason Arneson, Editor At-Large

February 12, 2020

Just when baseball fans thought that the 2019-20 MLB off-season couldn’t get any more insane, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred threw everyone for one last curve two days before pitchers and catchers reported to spring training.

Friday Fun: One Acts review

Pictured from left to right: Alex Weisberg, senior, Harper Malone, senior, Abigail Aune, junior, Sam Randall, senior, and Devon Welton-Rayl, senior.

David Campbell, Editor in-Chief

January 31, 2020

On Thurs. Jan 30, Royal Productions performed the annual One Acts in the HHS little theater and to say the least, I was very impressed.

Political divisions accelerate, more Americans turning blind-eye

Olivia Cohen, Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2020

Political energy has surges with every amendment, protocol and Tweet that has emitted from President Donald Trump and his administration.  Ever since the 2016 Presidential election, the quintessential question ‘is it wrong to separate President Trump from his political policies?’ has been wrest...

Lost sense of hopefulness throughout 2010s

Olivia Cohen, Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2020

In retrograde, a sense of hopefulness has lived within each decade, propelling us forward and integrating a mindset of prosperity into past generations.  Every decade brings a new wave of social change: the 70s brought us a wave of feminism, the 80s brought Cold War protesters and pacifism, the 90s...

Unseen truth of Generation Z

Olivia Cohen, Editor-in-Chief

January 29, 2020

Whether it’s the way we dress, the language we use, our use of drugs, or the way we act, it’s a fact that our generation has been forced to grow up too quickly.  We are Generation Z. We were born into the decade where crop tops revealing our midriffs are nothing new. People aren’t fazed by ...

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