Horror movie or comedy? Why not both?

Mubsar Dhuka

October 31, 2016

Filed under Columns

The Purge: Election Year was my first hilarious horror movie, and sadly, it was the most I have ever laughed in a theater. After that amazing experience, I binged watched all of the classics. All the terrible acting, low leve...

How Lochte looks to me

Raine Lipscher

September 19, 2016

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When I was 13 years old I met Ryan Lochte. It was a dark night at some random party at the 2012 London Olympics, and because my dad is a former Olympian, we were allowed special VIP access. I remember two things from Lochte --...

Local non-profit acting camp changes students life

Gabriel Raazia Khataw

September 16, 2016

Filed under Columns, News

It sometimes only takes one person, or one experience to change your life. That experience for me came during elementary school. At this time, I struggled trying to figure out who I wanted to be. I never knew where I would fit...

Sophomore mulls over memories of recent years, fifth grade, and time in general

Conor O'Bryon

May 25, 2016

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As the school year draws to a close, I am struck by how quickly time seems to pass. My first full year in Eanes was fifth grade, so fifth grade is relatively significant for me. It’s even more significant now, as my sister i...

How Leicester can help explain the Trump phenemenon

Aro Majumder

May 1, 2016

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The ultimate fairy tale, the Cinderella that makes all other Cinderella’s look bad. It’s what we dream of, salivating for when it might actually come true, yet dreading the consequences if it truly were to happen. Donald Tr...

The 2016 election cycle update: hopeless or hopeful?

Conor O'Bryon

April 19, 2016

Filed under Columns

Five candidates were left in the 2016 election. They embodied American values. They were trustworthy, above reproach and worthy of office. The elections happened, the winner celebrated, and America restored to its place in the...