‘Captain Marvel’ soars into the MCU

After 10 years of solo superhero films all starring men, Marvel Studios finally released their first female hero solo film: “Captain Marvel.” Conveniently released on international women’s day, “Captain Marvel” tells the story of the first female superhero in the MCU. “Captain Marvel” takes place in the mid 1990s, roughly 10 years before the events […]

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Society’s impact on teenagers

Over the past decade, and even the past few years, teen anxiety and depression rates have risen exponentially. Whether it’s because of school, social media, social standards, or just life in general, teenagers have a lot to carry around everyday on their shoulders. Anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, and other mental illnesses can almost all be […]

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Academy Awards: a golden success

The Academy Awards, more commonly known as the Oscars, took place on February 24 this year. With 29.6 million viewers tuning in to Sunday night’s ceremony, the three or more hour long show did not get the ratings that it used to. The past four years have included record low ratings and viewer counts. This […]

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Ariana’s instagram

Ariana Grande. A name I don’t like to be typing into my computer, but alas, here I am. This time I’m here to review none other than her Instagram account. Spoiler alert: I hate it. As one of her 143 million followers, I get to see her daily posts pop up on my timeline. Just […]

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Homecoming Review

This year’s annual Homecoming dance was nothing short of another success. Following the Hewett Day games and festivities, the dance took place that night from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. Usually, the cafeteria seems extremely crowded when a dance is taking place, but this year the room felt bigger and less enclosed. That […]

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A Year in Review

Freshman year is one that often marks a new chapter in a person’s life: the start of the dreaded four years of high school. Coming from the Middle School at KO, one has some sense of security due to the fact that they’ve already become acclimated to the ways of the school. As a veteran […]

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