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From Screen to Stage

From Screen to Stage

May 28, 2021

Lights, camera, sing. No, not lights, camera, action, I made no mistake. On May 12 of 2021, Lewis Cass choirs performed our “From Screen to Stage” concert. This concert featured many songs from Disney...

Paxtyn Hicks- Lewis Cass Softball Star

Paxtyn Hicks- Lewis Cass Softball Star

Faith Abbott April 19, 2021

In the world of Lewis Cass sports there are many team accomplishments, but not very many individuals play much after high school. While high school sports do help develop a person’s character, college...

The Lives of Ed and Lorraine Warren

The Lives of Ed and Lorraine Warren

Rochelle Pense, Senior Writer March 19, 2021

If you’re a fan of horror movies or the paranormal like I am, then chances are you’ve heard the names Ed and Lorraine Warren. If you’re not a fan of either of those things, then chances are you’ve...

The Pride and the Prejudice

The Pride and the Prejudice

Bella Panmei, Senior writer February 23, 2021

Recently, I had to read a book for my AP English class and I was prepared for such a bore. As I read on, the plot and characters were actually really interesting. I normally love to read, but I like reading...

Nostalgia 101

Nostalgia 101

Bella Panmei, Senior writer February 8, 2021

Ever since we were on lockdown, I have tried to seek out old books, movies, and shows to watch since everything had been postponed to release later. I instantly had a sudden tsunami, not a wave, of nostalgia...

A Different Kind of Play

A Different Kind of Play

Rochelle Pense, Senior Writer January 15, 2021

For anyone who has either been in drama or seen a play, you know that practices typically start in late August or early September, and we perform the weekend before Thanksgiving. Much like the theme of...

New Girl

Bella Panmei, Senior writer December 27, 2020

Throughout the course of the school year, the majority of the staff and students have been quarantined in multiple instances. I was so glad I had not been called to quarantine for almost the whole semester,...

28 Days Later: Hypnotic, Dreamlike, and Mind-Boggling Visual Storytelling

28 Days Later: Hypnotic, Dreamlike, and Mind-Boggling Visual Storytelling

SPOILERS!
Preston Parker, Junior Writer December 8, 2020

At the time, this Danny Boyle feature film inspired by the Foot and Mouth disease outbreak in England during the early 2000s was one of the most frightening yet tranquil zombie films to come out of any...

The Downward Spiral of Agents Of Shield

The Downward Spiral of Agents Of Shield

Bella Panmei, Senior writer November 10, 2020

Quarantine has urged me to watch more movies to occupy my time and finish series that I never got to before. I have a bad habit of just leaving a show when I get too bored and that is very evident. One...

Borg Vs McEnroe

Borg Vs McEnroe

Jack Salyers, Junior Writer November 10, 2020

  The date is July 5th, 1980 London, England. The championship match of Wimbledon, a day that will change tennis forever. This match was the famous Björn Borg vs John McEnroe match that will go...

Is Good Omens Good Enough?

Is Good Omens Good Enough?

Rochelle Pense, Senior Writer November 10, 2020

Good Omens is a TV show on Amazon prime, and co-produced with BBC. Based off of the book of the same name by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, it follows the adventures of the angel Aziraphale and the demon...

Cobra Kai Season 1 Review

Cobra Kai Season 1 Review

Jack Salyers, Junior Writer October 1, 2020

When you hear the name Johnny Lawerence, what do you think of? I think of one of the most hated villains in the 1980’s, but also a kid who was trained wrong to be this super villain by his sensei. Recently,...

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