Addams Family Legacy Lives On

Isabella Geltman, Contributor   Mysterious and spooky are definitely what Tim Burton’s new Netflix series “Wednesday” promised and fulfilled. This quirky show perfectly adds Burton’s classic macabre touch to the already kooky Addams family. Getting to revisit a childhood staple through a more modern lens has truly been a whirlwind.   With a cast not only serving wonderful representations of […]

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Anti-Hero Takeover

Luke Daines, Staff Reporter   On October 21, 2022, at midnight sharp, music icon Taylor Swift dropped her 10th studio album. Midnights, the stories of 13 sleepless nights throughout Swift’s career, was received astoundingly well by adoring fans. But that evening was just the beginning.   At 3 am, Swift dropped “Midnights: 3am Edition” containing 7 bonus tracks. This extended […]

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Welcome to New York

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   The Thanksgiving Macy’s parade has become a staple of the holiday season. On Tuesday, Nov 24th If you paid attention you may have seen Royal Rubie Audrey Cox (11) performing live all the way from New york. An amazing feat, but this opportunity came with several challenges and difficulties.   Showmakers of America ran a […]

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Under the Sea, In the PAC

Jennifer Hernandez & Noemi Ramirez, Staff Reporters   A minute long clip of the live action Little Mermaid movie was released Friday, September 9, and It has now become a trend on many social media platforms to get your childrens’ reaction to the Walt Disney teaser.   The production has many young men and women in the african-american community caught […]

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Bungie Be Jumpin’

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter   On Jan. 31 Sony announced that they will be buying out Bungie Inc. Now that Sony has Bungie, they finally have a competition with other flagship games, while Microsoft has Minecraft and Halo. Sony just bought the company of the game that made worldwide sales and put Microsoft Xbox on the board. Sony believes that […]

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SPOTLIGHT: NESA CREATIVE WRITING

Madison Munoz,    Staff Reporter On Saturday, October 9, NESA’s Creative Writing majors put on their first show of the year. The show, Lore, featured poems, scripts, and musicals, written by Creative Writing majors. Lore was a cross major production, meaning the Creative Writing department got to collaborate with other NESA majors. Instrumental Music students played alongside the reading of […]

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Spotlight: NESA Instrumental Music

Kaitlin Arocho, Editor-in-Chief On Thursday, Sept. 30, NESA’s Instrumental Music majors had their first concert of the year. The concert consisted of twelve songs, ranging from classical “Sonata No. 8, Op. 13” by Beethoven to the more mainstream classic “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. The concert had five piano solos, five collective orchestra pieces, one acoustic guitar solo, and […]

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Game (back) On!

Kaitlin Arocho, Staff Reporter On Friday, August 20, in room M212, the Tabletop Game Club had their first meeting of the year, and their first in-person meeting in over 18 months. The turnout was fantastic, with 24 students showing up to battle it out in their favorite board, card, and RPG games. Last year there was an attempt to continue […]

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Volunteer Kitchen Reopens to Rave Reviews

Joselyn Hofer & Porter Rice, Contributors Despite being closed for many long months due to the pandemic, the Volunteer Kitchen is now open. Advanced Culinary Arts students will now be preparing menu items from scratch to be served to teachers and staff on Thursday of each week for the remainder of the spring semester.  “It was important to reopen our […]

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