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Things to Do on a Snow Day

Vivian Bui ‘23, Staff Writer

January 6, 2020

When the weather gets too cold and the roads are covered with ice, schools are sure to have a snow day. Students get some time off school and are able to have a whole day to themselves. Unfortunately, a day off can cause boredom and some might feel like there’s nothing to do. Well, if that becomes yo...

Frozen 2 Review

Emma Rooney '23, Staff Writer

January 5, 2020

The movie From the last time we saw Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf, they had just gotten their lives together, Elsa was to become queen and Anna was to build a relationship with Kristoff. As for Olaf, well, in summer, he was to melt into a puddle. In the start of Frozen 2, Olaf is alive and well. Kr...

They’ve Done It Again: The Launch of Disney+

Briana Fulciniti ‘20, Staff Writer

January 5, 2020

It is no surprise that Disney continues to find ways to encapsulate feelings of our childhood nostalgia while at the same time, drawing our attention towards something new in the future.  On November 12,  2019, Disney did just that when they officially launched their newest addition to the compan...

The Return of Victorious

Erin Gurtner '23, Staff Writer

December 17, 2019

Netflix recently added a bunch of new Nickelodeon shows including one of our favorite childhood shows, Victorious.  It first premiered March 27, 2010 and it ended February 2, 2013.  It lasted for 4 seasons, but so far Netflix only added seasons 1-3.  Some may say that Netflix only added Victoriou...

K-pop is Off the Charts!

K-pop is Off the Charts!

Brianna Caldwell ‘21, Staff Writer

December 15, 2019

With K-pop becoming more of a global phenomenon every day, the music genre is inevitably breaking records both inside, and outside, of its category. On November 11, 2019, the Korean girl-group, Blackpink, made history as the first K-pop group to have a music video reach 1 billion views. The video, ...

A Review of the Rocketman Soundtrack

Jordan R. Scott '21, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

As some fanatics may know, Elton John’s biopic Rocketman was released in theaters in May of 2019, specifically released in the United States on May 31st. Even if you have no idea who this flamboyant pianist and rock god of the seventies and beyond is, I’m almost certain that music lovers with an ...

“Van Gogh in Bloom”: A Botanical Exploration of Impressionism

“Van Gogh in Bloom”: A Botanical Exploration of Impressionism

Isabella Viator '22, Magazine Editor

October 16, 2019

“Painters understand nature and love it, and it teaches us to see.” – Vincent Van Gogh   Phipps’s summer exhibit this year was: “Van Gogh in Bloom.” This multi-medium exhibit, designed by Jordyn Melino, immerses the viewer into a botanical recreation of Van Gogh’s paintings. At t...

The Past in the Present: A Book Review of 1984

Angela McKinzie '21, Co-News Editor

October 13, 2019

One of the few against many, Winston Smith lives in Oceania, a region that encompasses America and the British Isles, where everything remains under the control and constant surveillance of the totalitarians that are Big Brother and the Party. Every citizen in Oceania is stripped of emotional, menta...

Vietnam War Exhibit at the Heinz History Center

Alison Sinicki '22, Staff Writer

October 13, 2019

The Vietnam War is considered the forgotten war. Of the 58,220 men killed in Vietnam, over 3,000 were from Pennsylvania, according to the National Archives. The Senator John Heinz History Center decided to honor these men with their exhibit: Vietnam War 1945-1975. The exhibit takes visitors through the event...

Did Marvel Really Lose Spider-Man?

Arionna Kellar ‘23 and Veronica Pavlick ‘23

October 13, 2019

In late August, it was announced that Sony and Disney would not be working together anymore. This was because Disney wanted a 50/50 co-financing contract, but Sony refused because they thought it was too much to give up, since Spider-Man is its most valuable franchise. As a result, Kevin Feige, the P...

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