‘Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness’ is Ridiculously Entertaining

by Vendela Krenkel ’20, Christianna Tran ’20, and Anjali Verma ‘20 Netflix has recently released an all new bizzare seven-part documentary series named “Tiger King Murder, Mayhem, and Madness.” This show, which was released March 20,  has become wildly popular within the last couple of weeks. It follows the career and life of Joe Exotic, a largely eccentric and outlandish … Read More

Standards of Fast Fashion are Too Low

by Tori Newby ’22 As teenagers with little money to spend on clothes, stores like H&M and Forever 21 often attract us with affordable prices and their ability to stay on top of the latest trends. Online retailers, such as Zaful and Shein, use Instagram as their platform to advertise trendy, low-cost clothing. With the option to purchase a bathing … Read More

Beginning of a New Era for The Weeknd

by Hannah Lee ’21 After almost two years without new music from The Weeknd, the singer dropped his fourth studio album “After Hours” on March 20. A new album often marks a new “era” for the singer, symbolizing a different persona. This new persona, aware of his self sabotaging tactics, contrasts greatly with the former one from his album “Starboy,” … Read More

The 90s Are Back

by Avery Prudenti ’21 The 2000s have been full of low-rise jeans, sparkly shirts, and tank tops, yet recently the 90s have taken back the throne and are now seen on social media apps and in fashion events. Thrift shops are becoming crowded with teens trying to get back the old vintage look. Grunge has specifically become the trend, which … Read More

Behind the Curtain of Rock ‘n’ Roll

by Kat Mahoney ’20 Dancers Consisting of 29 students from all different grades, the dancers come together to be a strong force that amplifies each song by adding a wave of emotions and fun. However, throughout every song as the girls spin around and the boys lift the girls into the air, it is often easy to forget all of … Read More

Crompton and Family Pursue Music and Share with Community

by Adam Levine ’20 Tucked away between the Valero gas station and the houses lining 108 on the way to Sherwood lies the Sandy Spring museum, a local historical gem holding events such as the annual Strawberry Festival, Teen Coffeehouse held by Project Change, and community open mic, which is held by senior Eve Crompton and her family. “My family … Read More

Bojack Horseman Delivers Downer Ending

by Apurva Mahajan ’22 and Selene Ashewood ‘22 Netflix’s “Bojack Horseman” is a comedic yet gritty animated show about a washed-up star living in Los Angeles among humans and other anthropomorphic animals like himself. The series’ final episodes came out on January 31, five years after it first aired, in which watchers finally got to see an end of the … Read More

Autopsy Of a Failed Movie

by Hailey Sepulvado ’22 Those lucky enough to have never seen the total fail that was “Cats” don’t have much to say, but those who did have to sit through the 151-minute atrocity has a few words about it. “Cats,” a movie remake of the “Cats” broadway musical, was expected to be a huge film, with lots of excited fans. … Read More

“Sex Education” Represents the LGBT+ Community

by Joseph Oscilowski ‘22 “Sex Education” is known for having numerous LGBT+ characters, each with their own stories and problems. But even with such diversity in sexuality, this show does an extremely good job in accurately representing real-life people and situations. The second season of “Sex Education” was released on January 17 to Netflix. This show focuses around the life … Read More