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National Gardening Day

National Gardening Day

Violet Simpson, Arts & Culture Editor Apr 14, 2024

Today, April 14th, 2024, is National Gardening Day. It was originally created by Cool Springs Press and was pronounced on the National Day Calendar in 2018. Its purpose is to raise awareness of gardening,...

History of Lorem Ipsum

History of Lorem Ipsum

Violet Hwang, News Editor Apr 5, 2024

When you were placing a text while you were designing something, you might’ve seen the words ‘Lorem Ipsum’ before. Have you ever wondered where the strange, yet familiar filler text, ‘Lorem Ipsum’...

Dune: Part Two: Movie Review

Dune: Part Two: Movie Review

Skyler Wilkinson and Elhaan Khan Apr 4, 2024

A week before the movie was released, every critic on social media said that Dune: Part Two is one of the best sci-fi movies they’ve seen, and after watching the movie we can both agree that the critics...

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Womens History Month

Ella Risso and Samantha Cicuto Apr 4, 2024

Women's History Month: An Overview March we celebrate Women's History Month. For centuries, there has been an imbalance of recognition and praise for the hard work that goes into supporting families,...

The Northern Spotted Owls are Endangered

The Northern Spotted Owls are Endangered

Violet Hwang and Vana Momjian Apr 4, 2024

Have you ever heard of the Northern Spotted Owl? They are beautiful, brown owls with round, dark eyes. They live in forests throughout southwestern British Columbia all the way to Washington, Oregon, and...

GRUFF: Movie Review

GRUFF: Movie Review

Violet Simpson, Arts & Culture Editor Apr 4, 2024

DISCLAIMER: This article includes spoilers for the short film, GRUFF (2024). GRUFF is a short film made through paper art and entirely by hand over the course of three years. The creator, Julian Curi,...

Movie Review: Bob Marley: One Love

Movie Review: Bob Marley: One Love

Violet Simpson and Josephine Gaudioso Mar 28, 2024

DISCLAIMER: This Article Contains Spoilers This past Valentine’s Day, a new movie came out that told the story of reggae singer and activist Bob Marley. The movie, titled Bob Marley: One Love, was...

The Renaissance of the 2000s

The Renaissance of the 2000s

Saskia Vroom, Arts & Culture Editor Mar 27, 2024

The 2000s were an absolutely iconic year for fashion, drama, celebrities, pop-culture, and media. In recent years, 2000s trends have made a resurgence online, especially on TikTok. A subculture or aesthetic...

History of Easter

History of Easter

Natalie Bedrosian and Yuvanah Vignesh Mar 27, 2024

Easter is a festival of the Christian Church. It celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ on the third day after his Crucifixion. According to Britannica, “Easter is celebrated by Christians as a...

Madame Web, Madame Who?

Madame Web, Madame Who?

Elhaan Khan, Arts & Culture Editor Mar 7, 2024

     After the success of Venom, Sony decided to make more Marvel movies with the characters they own. Now that they own the rights to Spider-Man, that would make you think they would make movies about...

Skincare and its Harmful Effect on the Younger Generations

Skincare and its Harmful Effect on the Younger Generations

Saskia Vroom, Arts & Culture Editor Mar 5, 2024

In this day and age, skincare and makeup are constantly being advertised to girls and women alike, but how helpful is it? There are many brands that have become iconic and popular products for teenage...

Why Starbucks was banned

Why Starbucks is Banned at School

Loren Sullivan and Juliette Parmentier Mar 1, 2024

Starbucks is banned at school for numerous reasons. First of all, when all the new delivery apps like GrubHub and the Starbucks App started to become popular, students would deliver their drinks here to...

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