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“All The Way”: Play Review

“All The Way”: Play Review

Kyla S., Culture Editor

October 11, 2016


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

The play “All The Way” opens up with Lyndon Baines Johnson making a speech after the assassination of John F. Kennedy. It shows how LBJ led during his time as President, and how he ran his campaign for re-election. Audience members see his struggle with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and his strugg...

Overwatch–The game of heroes

Overwatch–The game of heroes

Daniel B., Middle School Co-editor

October 5, 2016


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

Many gamers are very excited for Overwatch, blizzard, a famous game company, have released a new animated shooter game that compares to Team Fortress 2. It is set 60 years in the future, with many backstories that have been released to explain each character’s past. It is set 30 years after the om...

Free Wi-Fi Drone to Help Those in Need

Free Wi-Fi Drone to Help Those in Need

Daniel B., Middle School co-editor

September 27, 2016


Filed under Entertainment & Technology, Shul & State

It’s difficult to imagine two different world leaders hanging out together, especially when Mark  Zuckerberg, founder of FaceBook, was raised in a Jewish home, identifies as an atheist, and professes a profound respect for Buddhism, while the pope is a very important symbol of Christianity. Mark Zuckerberg me...

The Legacy of Pokémon Go

The Legacy of Pokémon Go

Koby B., Guest Writer

September 27, 2016


Filed under Culture, Entertainment & Technology

Pokémon Go is an amazing game because it is truly unique. The main part of Pokémon Go that makes it so unique is that it is the first mobile game based on a part of the Pokémon series. Beginning as a simple video game based on capturing and training various creatures, over the past 20 years Pokémon...

Remembering Those We Have Lost in Grey’s Anatomy

Remembering Those We Have Lost in Grey’s Anatomy

Hannah F., Staff Writer

February 10, 2016


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

We are gathered here today to remember those who we have lost throughout the seasons of Grey’s Anatomy. Grey’s Anatomy has taken us on a 12 season adventure full of laughs, tears, and jaw dropping moments, but let's take a look at some of these great characters we loved and have lost. George O’Malley:...

No More Family, Just Freeform

Matana Z.

January 12, 2016


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

Starting on January 12th, 2016, ABC Family's name will no longer be ABC Family. For a couple months, ABC Family has been posting things about "FreeForm." They didn't explain what was actually going on until a couple weeks ago. They have decided to change their name to give them a  "less cognitive...

Sesame Street Welcomes Julia

Sesame Street Welcomes Julia

Isabella Shulman

January 7, 2016


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

In 2015, the beloved children's television program Sesame Street introduced their newest addition to the muppet family, Julia. Julia is an orange haired little girl with autism. First some background information about autism. Autism Spectrum Disorder and Autism are generalized terms for complex learning...

Pan: The Movie Of The Century?

Pan: The Movie Of The Century?

Emily R., Editor in Chief

October 19, 2015


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

This is Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard in the new PG movie "Pan." This steampunk children's movie was not well received, earning a 26% on Rotten Tomatoes and grossed only $5.2 million on its opening day. Maybe these poor ratings are due to the fact that it is a steampunk children's movie whose titl...

Social Media: What Power We Really Have

Social Media: What Power We Really Have

Hannah F., Staff Writer

October 4, 2015


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

Today’s teens are connected to one another through the internet more than any other generation. As with any communication medium, social media comes with its ups and downs, pros and cons. Overall, I truly believe it makes the world a better place. It also gives way to some less desirable behaviors a...

The History Of Memes

The History Of Memes

Elianna S., Staff Writer

September 24, 2015


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

Memes A meme, according to Dictionary.com, (pronounced meem) is a cultural item in the form of an image, video, phrase, etc., that is spread via the Internet and often altered in a creative or humorous way. The word meme comes from the book The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins who abbreviated th...

Best Donuts in Orange County

Best Donuts in Orange County

Emily Rosen, Entertainment Co-Editor

May 5, 2015


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

If you know me, you know that I love fried dough. The donut is a delectable, high calorie treat that all ages enjoy! I decided to venture about Orange County and taste donuts from some of the most world-renown donut shops-- what more could a girl want? Krispy Kreme, Dunkin’ Donuts, Mags Bakery, and...

Fast 7 – A Tribute to Paul Walker

Fast 7 – A Tribute to Paul Walker

Yadin Bromberg, Entertainment Co-Editor

April 29, 2015


Filed under Entertainment & Technology

Currently listed as the fifth biggest movie of all time, Fast and Furious 7 has reached the $1.3 billion dollar mark in the box office. Many are claiming that this was the best and most heart-touching movie of the series. Half way through filming, tragedy struck not only the cast of Fast 7 but the...

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