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Ed Sheeran Stuns the Steel City

Emma Holtz '20, Assistant Editor

October 13, 2018


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Emma Holtz Assistant Editor ‘20 Ed Sheeran Stuns the Steel City The sun may have set on September 2018, but musical sensation Ed Sheeran lit up Pittsburgh with the voices of an almost sold-out crowd at PNC Park on September 29th. After openers Anne Marie and Snow Patrol finished their set...

Movie Review: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

Nyiah Lance '22, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018


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Lara Jean is a quiet, junior in high school. She is also passionate writer when it comes to confessing her feelings for the boys she’s loved before: “There’s Kenny from camp, Peter from 7th grade, Lucas from homecoming, John Ambrose from Model UN, and Josh.” Even though she pours her heart out ...

Are Rom Coms Re-emerging?

Are Rom Coms Re-emerging?

Angela McKinzie '21, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018


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If you haven’t heard of Noah Centineo or Lana Condor, you have probably been living under a rock. More than ever, romantic comedies have been making a comeback in movie theaters, books, and on Netflix, but why are these new rom-coms gaining popularity so quickly and becoming a topic of discussion on al...

Avengers: Infinity War is Taking Over the World

Avengers: Infinity War is Taking Over the World

Maggie Storti '20, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018


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Don’t worry marvel fans, no spoilers here. Avengers: Infinity War hit theaters on April 27th, 2018 and instantly was a massive success. In fact, the movie surpassed one billion dollars in the global box office and is destined to become the greatest superhero movie ever. The highest grossing movie ever to...

Summer Trends and Music

Annie Snyder '21, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018


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Beerbongs & Bentleys – You must be living under a rock if you have not heard of Post Malone’s newest album.  It’s so popular it’s almost silly to include it in this article. Songs such as “Ball for Me” (ft. Nicki Minaj) and “Spoil My Night” (ft. Swae Lee) already have been nam...

Black Mirror: An Unsettling Reality

Violet Wright '20, Sports Editor

February 21, 2018


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The British TV show Black Mirror first made its debut in 2011, in which each episode explored a new dark reality of advance technology. Each episode follows a different narrative or story that explore topics surrounding technology such as social media, hacking, and the government’s control though tech...

The Greatest Showman: A True Show of Talent

Emma Shaughnessy '20, Sports Editor

February 21, 2018


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Imagine yourself attending the circus with your family. You saunter into a massive red and white striped tent, and the aroma of freshly popped caramel corn fills your nose. To your left, a 3-foot-tall man is breathing fire while riding a unicycle. To your right, an eccentric woman juggles while standing on...

Movie Review: The Post

Grace Doerfler '18, Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2018


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Despite the historical setting of The Post in the Nixon administration, it could not be a more timely movie. The viewer is flung headlong into the fast-paced, adrenaline-charged newsroom of the Washington Post, where journalists are in the midst of a gripping debate over the balance between freedom of ...

Decisions, Decisions: The Debate Over What Teenagers Should Read at School

Emma Holtz '20, Literary Arts Editor

February 21, 2018


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Schools all around the world face the same challenge in their literature departments: what works should be chosen for students to read and analyze in their classes? Author Elisabeth Braw dives deeper into this dilemma and introduces her readers to Great Britain’s education secretary Michael Gove, who cla...

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