The Lions' Pride

The Lion King and Queen

The Lion King and Queen

Gaby T

November 30, 2017


Filed under Art, Culture, Current Events

It’s official; our Queen, Beyonce Knowles, has joined “The Lion King.” She will be playing a role as a part of Disney’s new live-action take on it’s renowned animated movie, “The Lion King.” Disney announced their decision on November 1st. Beyonce will be playing the role of Nala, a lio...

Summer 17’s Best New Music

Summer 17’s Best New Music

Gaby T

September 29, 2017


Filed under Art, Current Events, Entertainment & Technology, Uncategorized

As summer comes and goes artists from all genres opt to release their latest mix-tapes, playlists, and albums to secure their spot at the top of the charts. Summer 2017, was no exception; from Billboard to Complex the music industry was overflowing with new songs and returning artists this summer. Though...

Another comic by Daniel Bar :-D

January 23, 2017


Filed under Art

A comic by Daniel Bar :-D

A comic by Daniel Bar :-D

January 23, 2017


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Fall Trends

Fall Trends

Gabi B., Middle School Editor

October 5, 2016


Filed under Art, Creativity Corner, Current Events, TVT Trends

Hot cocoa in hand and comfy oversized sweaters. The newest fall trends have been showing the colors of burgundy, warm taupe, blush, airy blue and olive green. They have also been showing matte lipsticks and chokers with everyday outfits as well as dressy nigh-out outfits. Current fashion also includes t...

“For Somebody who cares”: A poem by Adam C.

“For Somebody who cares”: A poem by Adam C.

Adam C.

January 7, 2016


Filed under Art, Culture, Shul & State

For somebody who cares. 13 years, 278 days, my age Racham, a word to be forgotten. A thing of the past. Bombs exploding all around. No where safe, no where to call home "Hey mom, why are you crying?" Something I have asked countless times. There is no reply. I watch the shadow of the...

High School: A Poem by Aely A.

High School: A Poem by Aely A.

Aely A., Guest Poet

November 11, 2015


Filed under Art, Culture

  High School   People tell me, "high school is like climbing a mountain." Except that it's not really like climbing a mountain. It's a lot more like gliding down a mountain on a pair of skis after being dropped at the summit by a helicopter if you've never skied befo...

Art Highlight: Skulls

Art Highlight: Skulls

Adam C., Staff Writer

November 4, 2015


Filed under Art, Culture

This is a photo of the Skulls work that Art 1 class is creating.

Interrobangs?! Wait what!?

Interrobangs?! Wait what!?

Adam C., Staff Writer

October 19, 2015


Filed under Art, Culture

Have you ever been excited when asking a question while texting? Have you ever been trying to write an Instagram bio and you only have one character left, but you need to have an explanation point and a question mark? If so, then why isn't the grammatical symbol the interrobang on your keyboard? First,...

Bubby’s Recipe: Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies

Bubby’s Recipe: Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies

Matana Z.

September 24, 2015


Filed under Art, Culture

Who needs raisins when you have cranberries! Or you could always use both! These cookies are very tasty. For a snack or after/ before workout these cookies are the best things to have. They freeze well and if you want to add in a little kick, put a cup of white chocolate chips.   Ingredients -1...

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