Emma Chamberlain’s “Anything Goes” is worth a listen

Emma Chamberlain is a 21-year-old American influencer. She has a YouTube channel with 11.9 million subscribers, and started a podcast called Anything Goes in February of 2020. These episodes are 45 minutes long, and come out every Thursday on a multitude of streaming platforms. Emma Chamberlain has become wildly successful […]


The Whispering Dark by Kelly Andrew is one of the best books of 2022

The Whispering Dark by Kelly Andrew is a dark academia urban fantasy novel, following a girl named Delaney who has struggled with the perception of other people throughout her life since she is Deaf. The author Kelly Andrew is also Deaf, and having the main character live some of the […]


“Wednesday,” Tim Burton’s Addams Family Spinoff, is a Must Watch

“Wednesday” is a creepy, compelling murder mystery centered around the long-beloved character Wednesday Addams. It is a spinoff from the series “The Addams Family.” The first half of the season was directed by Tim Burton, which is a fitting choice considering his history with creepy and unique characters. Because most […]

Arts / Community

Mr. Frassinelli brings pianos to life through his art

Michael Frassinelli, artist, teacher, and banjolele player, commonly known by his students as Mr. Fraz, is immersed in an ongoing creative project to “document” a fictional civilization called the Pianistas. The Pianistas of Mr. Frassinelli’s imagination were a tribe that created all elements of their world from piano parts. He […]


Netflix’s “Maid” highlights resilience and strength

On Oct. 1, 2021, Netflix released the ten-episode-long limited series Maid. Inspired by Stephanie Land‘s 2019 memoir — Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive — the suspenseful drama follows a single mother navigating life with her daughter and abusive ex-boyfriend. The series is directed by […]


Without Merit depicts depression realistically

As someone who personally struggles with depression, I am always on the lookout for books that realistically depict what depression is really like. When I read Without Merit by Colleen Hoover, it instantly became one of my favorite books, for exactly this reason. This book is one of the things […]


Turning Red introduces authentic Asian culture to the world

Turning Red, one of the newest Pixar movies, centers around the lives of Asian immigrants in Canada. With its depiction of the Canadian Chinatown, the attraction to k-pop boy bands, and the traditional family values, Asians and Asian Americans will find the movie Turning Red very relatable. For people of […]


Olivia Flanagan: An artist with a passion for making mesmerizing murals

Olivia Flanagan is an artist from New York who specializes in making murals. She has been making art on and off her whole life but especially got into it during quarantine, as she had time to explore the extent of her development as an artist. The 17-year-old is largely self-taught […]


Euphoria examines but does not glamorize difficult themes of teen life

Euphoria, a HBO original series, has been all the talk these past few months. The show follows Rue Bennett, a junior in high school, who’s right out of rehab for drug abuse, and her equally troubled peers in a small California town. The show discusses themes of addiction, sexuality, body […]

Arts / Athletics

HBO’s Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers dynasty is a slam dunk 

Disclaimer: This show is rated TV-MA due to nudity and explicit language. Viewer discretion is advised. HBO’s new drama Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty follows the personal and professional lives of the Los Angeles Lakers as their program is reimagined, revived, and reinvented amid the glitz and […]