Big Baller Brand

The Ball family has made quite a name for themselves this past year. Most people have recognized them for their basketball skills. There is Lamelo, who is 16 and plays at Chino Hills High school in California. Then there is Liangelo, who is 18 and was recently recruited to play for UCLA. Last is Lonzo, […]

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Control Z your post, artist Jake Parker

When I heard there was some drama in the art community, I was immediately interested. The art community is usually quiet and reserved, but when Baylee Jae posted a video concerning digital art and Inktober, just a couple minutes into watching it, I knew I needed to look into this myself. Inktober is a yearly […]

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Disney live actions reach SHS

Disney has remade a few of its original movies into live action films, including the new “Beauty and the Beast,” released March 17. Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, and Luke Evans star in the latest “Beauty and the Beast” as Belle, Beast and Gaston. “I hope that the new movie is as magical as the animated […]

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Anime Review – Scum’s Wish

Rating:  I always somehow find the heartbreakingly beautiful anime. It was 2 a.m., and I was watching Akidearest. She was reviewing “Scum’s Wish,” and only a few minutes into the video, I knew I had to watch it for myself. That’s saying a lot, too, because I normally don’t have enough free time to watch […]

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Confessions of a non-cheerleader

Day 1: Gosh do my arms hurt. I walked into the clinic nervous and left feeling utterly insecure. I was raised a soccer player and in such, I was taught to move very loosely in order to avoid getting injured. But cheer is all rigid. A lot of the moves the girls around me perfected […]

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La La Land named, then replaced as best picture

via GIPHY After a terrible accident February 26, all the hopes and dreams of “La La Land”’s cast and crew perished along with its award. It was in their hands until viciously ripped away by the Oscars. One of the biggest nights of the year became a nightmare. Emma Stone had just been named “Best […]

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Leading, then leaving The Alternation

Located just outside the commons is an electronic door that leads to office cubicles. To many other students, this office is just some room they might see once or twice throughout their high school careers. To me, the cubicles mean so much more. They mean a home, they mean a family, and they mean responsibility. […]

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Orbiter app of the week: 1010!

1010! is a challenging puzzle game. The object is to drag and drop the squares onto the board and once you place ten in a row, it clears. The game continues until plays are no longer able to be made. Lovers of tetris will enjoy this game as it has a similar concept minus the […]

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Review: The Dangerous Woman Tour

        After a little over a year following her Honeymoon Avenue tour, pop singer Ariana Grande took on the role of a “dangerous woman.” The 23-year-old’s third tour kicked off February 3, in Phoenix, Arizona, at the Talking Stick Arena. Grande made a stop in Cleveland February 26 for a show at […]

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Big Sean’s musical makeover

Jeremih, Eminem, Jhene Aiko, and Migos; these are just a few of the artists on Big Sean’s newest album, “I Decided.” “I Decided” was released February 3 at midnight, and by the next morning, it was the talk of the school. Pulling into the parking lot that Friday morning, “Jump Out The Window” could be […]

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Trump’s first 100 days

The first 100 days of any presidential administration are always filled with lawsuits, controversy, and overall disdain for the winning party. But as of January 20, a whole new wave of controversy and disagreement washed over the political landscape. Naturally, everyone is cursing conservatives, liberals and anyone with a differing political opinion. With the new […]

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Women’s March: The Beginning of a Revolution

On January 21, millions of people marched across all seven continents to advocate for equal rights and demonstrate a unity for peace across the globe. The Women’s Marches, held anywhere from large urban areas, like New York City, to small rural towns, to a research base in Antarctica, included countless different groups of people. Women’s […]

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