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Lana’s timeless treasures

Domi Drust, Social Media Editor

September 15, 2020

Rey’s originality with her vintage flare separates her from the rap / pop music that is common today.

Turn up the music

Giulia Henshaw, Copy Editor

September 14, 2020

The Vaughn College article, "Studying to Music can Put Your Brain in the Right Frame of Mind", explains how listening to music while studying helps with concentration, improves focus, and relaxes the mind.

Unprecedented performance for unprecedented times

Aaron Moffett, Staff Writer

September 14, 2020

Amidst a pandemic MTV somehow made a performance driven award show without a crowd of thousands cheering for their favorite artists.

REVIEW: Sofia Lim’s ‘Pomelo’ is bittersweet

Emily Freeborn, Web Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2020

Senior Sofia Lim begins her EP, titled 'Pomelo', with a description of the bittersweet fruit for which the album is named, which she relates to the feeling of bittersweet nostalgia that comes with remembrance. This titular track sets the tone for the ukulele dominated bedroom pop EP, which examines the...

Into the Woods: Online Edition

Into the Woods: Online Edition

Madison Clark

May 22, 2020

Before COVID-19 took the world for a spin, many were thrilled to learn that the newest play being brought to campus is Into the Woods. This classic play, which has been put on the big screen before, was thought to be put on pause, but Talon Theatre decided that the show must go on. 

Living like a Celebrity

McKenna Andrew and Grace Caspino

May 15, 2020

Documentaries like Taylor Swift's "Miss Americana" and Justin Bieber's "Seasons" strive to show viewers the reality behind the fame, in efforts to allow audiences to see these celebrities as real people. They give the audience a more raw look on both of their journeys to fame and the struggles that they have endured since finding fame.

Into the Future

Julia Furtado

May 15, 2020

Talon Theater has been an integral part of the arts at SMCHS for many years and it will continue to be for years to come. In these coming years, there will be some changes to Talon Theater.

Talon Theatre Cares

Students showcase their talents and perform for talon theatre cares production.

Madison Clark and Jaclyn Paul

May 8, 2020

As the issue of AIDS and the lack of awareness for the disease continues to increase, Talon Theatre is doing their part for the community.

Keeping the spirit with music

Gracynn Crocker

May 7, 2020

Because of the Coronavirus, the April festivals got canceled and then rescheduled to weekends in next October. Following these cancellations were the cancellations of many other artists the concerts and tours. The music community led by the passionate artists have adapted to the changes of everyday lives through different outlets.

Latest and greatest

Netflix releases make fans eager for more.

Domi Drust

May 7, 2020

Netflix’s new party feature allows multiple people to watch the same program with an interactive chat room. This new addition to Netflix allows friends and family to stay in touch during the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are some recommendations for friends and family:

Map of local RSM restaurants open for business

Map of local RSM restaurants open for business

Jaime Svinth, Print Editor-in-Chief

April 6, 2020

No matter if it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, local restaurants still prepare to serve the public.

Dreams to be behind the scenes

Markie takes a video for her Film class. Markie started out by creating iMovie videos with her friends in middle school.

Isabela Barrera and Domi Drust

March 28, 2020

It's nearly April. The end of the year is clearly in sight. In less than three months, seniors will graduate, no longer high school students. While this is mostly exciting, especially for the victims of the infamous "senioritis," graduation also forces seniors to look at their pending futures with realistic mindsets, especially considering general plans for careers. For students like Chloe Markie and Brian Gilmore, this starts with pursuing film in college to build a foundation for their dream jobs.

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