“Rocketman” Proves To Be Epic Biopic

by Adina Brenner ’20 Singing. Dancing. Crying. These are just three of the many reactions you will experience when watching Elton John’s life story on the big screen. From outrageous and exciting concert reenactments to heart-wrenching scenes of overdoses, “Rocketman” embodies a true rockstar’s lifestyle of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. With the assistance from the Rocketman himself director … Read More

I’m a ‘Sucker’ for The Jonas Brothers’ ‘Cool’ New Album

by Kara Thompson ‘20 The iconic brotherly trio known as ‘The Jonas Brothers’ made music that was a staple in the lives of many early 2000s kids. With hits such as “Burnin Up” and “Year 3000,” the brothers Kevin, Nick, and Joe Jonas who got their start with Disney in 2005 quickly achieved star status. After several albums and tours, … Read More

‘ScamWow’ Will Make You Say ‘Wow’ Everytime

by Sarah Nove ‘20 Podcasts are blowing up right now, and it’s clear some creators are hopping on the bandwagon. There are probably hundreds of podcasts without a clear concept, and even those with a clear raison d’être struggle to achieve originality. However, that’s not the case with “ScamWow,” a new podcast hosted by comedians Caitlin Brodnick and Sue Smith. … Read More

Avengers Endgame: You’ll Love It 3000

by Sophia Wooden ‘20 The final movie of the Avengers series is monumental, to say the least. So, to give this movie a just review, going into all the details is necessary. You have been warned that this review contains spoilers for “Avengers: Endgame.” “Endgame” continues from the end of “Avengers: Infinity War,” in which the villain Thanos collects all … Read More

The Dim Creation that is ‘The Sun Is Also a Star’

by Kat Mahoney ’20 The X factor. In the movie “The Sun is Also a Star” it was the final supposed requirement that is expected to tie the shared love between the two main characters into a perfect bow. But the true X factor of this film was its cliché and overdone storyline that sloppily tied the movie together into … Read More

Sekiro Offers Combat at Its Best

by Thomas Johnson ‘19 Software, the developers of the critically acclaimed Bloodborne and the Dark Souls game series, have once again struck gold with their latest game “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.” Sekiro takes place in 15th century feudal Japan, during the height of a conflict between warring clans. The player character finds himself caught in the middle of this struggle, … Read More

Mystery Novel Objectively Addresses Mental Health

by Brenna Henderson ‘21 People handle emotions in many ways. For example, abusing substances, socializing less, or stress-eating. While schools educate students on emotional and psychological problems, it’s difficult for students to be able to picture the effects these problems have. In “Last Girl Lied To,” author Laurie Elizabeth Flynn uses the hook of mystery and thriller to educate teenagers … Read More

Foxygen Creates a Glam-Infused Reinvention

by Sarah Nove ‘20 Indie Rock band Foxygen reinvented their sound once again with their newest album, “Seeing Other People,” released in late April. Channeling glam rock icons, the musical duo, composed of vocalist Sam France and one-man orchestra Jonathan Rado, captured the ‘70s sound, while still infusing their own style into this rock opera. The album itself tells the … Read More

You Have No ‘Clue’ What You Were Missing with C.A.S.T.’s Latest Production

by Kara Thompson ‘20 and Christianna Tran ‘20 Sherwood’s spring play, “Clue,” brought a new and exciting addition to the school’s history of productions. The show is adapted from the classic board game in which players gain clues in order to solve a mystery, finding who the murderer is, where the crime took place, and which weapon was used. Sherwood’s … Read More

Taylor Swift’s New Song Leaves ‘ME!’ Disappointed

by Christianna Tran ‘20, Jenna Bloom ‘21, and Kara Thompson ‘20 Less than two years after the release of her album “Reputation,” Taylor Swift dropped her new single “ME!” on April 26. The wait for this single seemed long, mostly due to the fact that Swift promoted it on her Twitter and Instagram for about the last month. However what … Read More