By: Emma Killeen, Michael Miller, and Shubham Saharan Hearing about atrocities in Syria has become commonplace in our daily lives. In an increasingly turbulent political atmosphere, many Americans now see the Syrian Refugee Crisis as a propagandized affair as opposed to an issue with human lives at stake. But for the past 50 years, even before the current refugee crisis hit […]
After teaching in the district for fourteen years, with ten of those years at North, Dr. Donna Clovis will retire at the end of this year…“I was covering 9/11 in New York and almost lost my life. I wanted to be close to my family and thought teaching would allow me to be home again with my children and other children,” Clovis said.
Remember all of those posts you saw on Facebook about the new year? Captions reading “new year, new me” and “page one of 365.” Remember how you felt after seeing that same post for the hundredth time? Well not only was Facebook the home of cheesy and inspirational messages but also on January 1st, 2016 Rachel Platten released her debut […]
If Adam Lambert and Freddie Mercury had a baby, it would be Panic! At The Disco. The operatic pop-punk band’s newest album Death of a Bachelor is nothing less than theatrical and dramatic. This is the first album for Panic! At the Disco since the original drummer and co-founder of the band, Spencer Smith, announced that he was leaving the […]
“Summertime Sadness” is a poor representation of Lana Del Rey. I never listened to her other songs, so all I knew of her was that song that made the Billboard Hot 100 from 2012. But when I gave her newest album Honeymoon a shot, I discovered the true Lana Del Rey: an artist with a passion for love, a cinematically […]
Gravity wasn’t as fantastic as many people claimed it was, and in the commercials, Interstellar looked like just another space-adventure-gone-wrong. However, considering I cried within the first 15 minutes because […]