Panic! At The Disco’s Stunning Performance In DC

Christianna Tran (’20) Panic! At the Disco made its debut in 2005 when the song “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” took the world by storm, becoming one of the most recognized alternative songs ever. After over 14 years, it is hard to believe that this band is still relevant. However with sold out shows almost every night, the band is … Read More

Riding Zedd’s Spectrum at Echostage

by Andrew Ventura ‘19 I heard about raves from my older cousin because he often went to Echostage. He described it as an electric paradise filled with people that share the same love for electronic dance music. Ever since, I really wanted to go see DJs perform live there. One of my favorite DJs, Zedd, a Russian-German DJ, multi-instrumentalist and … Read More

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Inspirational Truth

by Kat Mahoney ‘20 “On the Basis of Sex” is a film created to inspire the nation by telling the story of current Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s breakthrough case when she was a young lawyer in the 1970s. The story, focused on the normality of gender discrimination nationwide, shows how Ginsburg (Felicity Jones) and her husband, Martin, (Armie … Read More

Cheney Biopic “Vice” Falls Short of Expectations

by Nick Hermosilla ‘19 Adam McKay’s newest film “Vice” is one of the most unintentionally funny and impressive yet poorly executed movies of this past year. The film stars Christian Bale as Dick Cheney, Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney, Steve Carell as Donald Rumsfeld, and Sam Rockwell as George W Bush. Despite it’s outwards appearance as a biopic of former Vice … Read More

Netflix Show Connects Teens to the News Today

Vendela Krenkel ‘20 Seven episodes into its first season, Daily Show alum Hasan Minhaj has taken the internet by storm with his political satire “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj,” a Netflix show that blends current events and comedy in every half-hour episode that leaves viewers knowledgeable on the topic covered. He often discusses minority representation in entertainment today and about … Read More

Where Did YouTube Rewind Go Wrong?

by Justin Risher ’21 It’s been a tradition since 2011 for the $32 billion company known as YouTube to release a video at the end of each year on the website that recaps all the major events that happened involving YouTube and their community. This video combines every event into one video; hence the name “YouTube Rewind.” This year, YouTube released … Read More

Netflix Show Connects Teens to the News Today

by Vendela Krenkel ‘20 Seven episodes into its first season, Daily Show alum Hasan Minhaj has taken the internet by storm with his political satire “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj,” a Netflix show that blends current events and comedy in every half-hour episode that leaves viewers knowledgeable on the topic covered. He often discusses minority representation in entertainment today and about … Read More

A Spider-Man For Everyone

by Ayana Antoine ‘20 Marvel first introduced the fictional character of Spider-Man August 1962 in Amazing Fantasy #15 comic book. It was a gateway to commercial success for the superhero and inspired the launch of The Amazing Spider-Man comic book series. Dozens of remakes to the teenage hero’s story followed. The new animated movie “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”  introduces new … Read More

‘Fall Out 76’ Falls Short

Andrew Ventura 19’ “Fallout 76” is a prequel to all of the previous Fallout games. Exciting at first glance, the game fails to deliver an intriguing story. Set in 2102, the player is an inhabitant of Vault 76. The vaults were built as shelter from nuclear conflict. The player emerges from the shelter 25 years after the bombs fell on … Read More

Rebooted ‘Charmed’ Brings Current Issues to Classic Storyline

by Brynn Smith ’19  With the recent trend in the reboot of 90s television for today’s teens that includes shows like “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” and “Will and Grace”, ‘Charmed’ is the next in a long line. A nostalgic classic, ‘Charmed’ is the story of three sisters who find out they have magical powers and must use those powers to … Read More