The Last of Us: Review

Daniel Sipanovic '25 Contributor The Last of Us follows the recent trend of video games becoming TV shows. Based off the video game by Naughty Dog, The Last of Us shows the resilience of humankind and our struggle for survival in a hostile world.  The Last of Us is about a man named Joel and... Continue Reading →

Jordan Peele: Excellence in Film

Luke Perrett '24 Sports Editor Jordan Peele is a director, writer, and producer who has emerged as one of the most exciting and original voices in modern cinema. Best known for his work in the horror genre, Peele has built a reputation for crafting very terrifying stories, that also carry deep meaning.  Peele was born... Continue Reading →

Legendary Musicians Dying in 2023 

Sawyer Ramsay ’24 Copy Editor It is only a few months into the year and numerous legendary and fundamental musicians have already passed away. Whether this year is cursed or not, hopefully it will not become a routine. COVID-19 was bad enough as it is, but, recently, big names in the music industry like Jeff... Continue Reading →

Creating Nothing Out of Something 

Darius Martin '24 Website Editor The new Disney Pixar Movie Lightyear is a story within the Toy Story franchise, viewed by a young Andy. The movie is about the events that influence him into buying a Buzz Lightyear figurine. This background information is more or less useless, and with the Toy Story franchise having a... Continue Reading →

New York Fashion Week 2023

Liam Galaugher ’23  Fashion is a part of our global culture that celebrates diversity in all sizes and colours. Fashion Week is a biannual event occurring across the globe. The four cities that participate are New York, London, Milan, and Paris. The purpose of Fashion Week is a time for the industry’s top designers to... Continue Reading →

NBA Christmas Day preview

Luke Perrett ’24 Sports Editor Christmas is always a great time for NBA fans. This year, six matches will take place on Christmas Day with stars like LeBron, Curry, Dončić, and Antetokounmpo all suiting up for their respective teams. These games will not only be entertaining, but also important to each team’s position in the... Continue Reading →

Brazilian election: an attack on democracy

Isaac Lavitt ’25 Copy Editor On October 30, Brazil’s controversial far right president Jair Bolsonaro was defeated after a close battle with former president Luiz Ignácio “Lula” da Silva. Lula, who had been jailed just years earlier for taking bribes, took the presidency with just 51% of the vote to Bolsonaro’s 49%, marking it as... Continue Reading →

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