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Richard Williams playing with his daughters, Serena and Venus.

“King Richard” tells the heartfelt story of the Williams’ sisters rise to tennis stardom

Yael Greenblum, Reporter December 2, 2021

“King Richard”, a new movie released in theaters on Nov. 19, tells the story of tennis legends Serena and Venus Williams. It provides an exciting and factual history to their tennis stardom and explaining...

Kid Cudi openly discusses his struggles with depression and substances in his new film

“A Man Named Scott” beautifully showcases artist Kid Cudi’s uphill musical journey

Zara Ducker, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 29, 2021

A new Amazon Prime Video documentary, “A Man Named Scott” about Scott Mescudi, known by his stage name Kid Cudi, beautifully walks through his journey as a musician and touches on his creative process...

Taylor Swift re-released Red in an attempt to regain control over her music.

Taylor Swift wows fans with re-release of “Red”

Ellie Levine, Reporter November 17, 2021

At 12 a.m. on Friday, November 12, I pressed play on “Red (Taylor’s Version)” for the first, but far from last, time. A common question asked by non-Taylor Swift fans is why Swift has begun to...

Senior Talia Jacobsohn sporting a pair of baggy jeans.

Gen-Z vs. Millennials: Do skinny jeans belong in our closets?

Lily Rulnick, Guest Writer November 14, 2021

Do Millennials and Generation-Zers really need another topic to argue about?  This time the controversy surrounds the use of baggy and skinny jeans. Who is wearing which style tends to depend on the generation,...

Murder mystery series excites

Daniela Abrams, News Editor November 9, 2021

With only nine episodes, the Hulu Original TV series “Only Murder in the Building” kept me on the edge of my seat until the very end. The many twists and turns in each episode created a sense of mystery....

Immersive experience impresses

Eitan Malkus, Arts and Entertainment Editor November 9, 2021

The colors surround the room in an angelic haze as the sound effects boomed over the speakers, radiating throughout the space. The room was shaking, but it somehow felt quiet and still as Van Gogh’s...

Meet the man beneath the toque

Abby Zuckerman, Guest Writer November 9, 2021

Students will often forget how much time and work goes into our cafeteria and providing faculty and students with lunch everyday. Chef Mark Glauser, who recently came from Lakewood Country Club as the...

Cooking up a storm

Harry Davidson, Assistant Copy Editor November 9, 2021

As the cafeteria resumes normal daily service this year with a new head chef, students and faculty were eager for the reopening of the cafeteria and the new meal options that would be available this year.  One...

Daniel Craig as James Bond in his new movie No Time To Die.

Daniel Craig shines in new James Bond movie

Ari Werbin-Gradel, Reporter November 3, 2021

The newest James Bond movie, “No Time To Die,” is by far the best one of the Daniel Craig era, and it’s not even close. From the thrill and action to the storyline and graphics, this movie is absolutely...

Squid Game, set in South Korea, has unique commentary on real world issues.

Netflix’s smash hit “Squid Game” shocks viewers with its deadly twists

Ella Kotok, Reporter October 24, 2021

“Squid Game,” the Korean psychological thriller series which is streaming on Netflix, has recently taken the world by storm. The show is a blend of real-world scenarios and fictional elements that...

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