IB Secretary Retires After 23 Years

By Kendall Peterson and Maggie Booze

June 12, 2019

Secretary Sandra Jacobs is retiring after 23 years at PA. Jacobs works as the primary secretary and collaborates “with Mrs. Cox, who is the coordinator of the IB program,” said Jacobs. Jacobs said, “When I retire,...

Game of Thrones season eight disappoints

Houlton McGuinn

June 5, 2019

I was stunned when Arya flipped her knife and killed the Night King- saving Winterfell. Daenerys burning down innocents while the Unsullied and the Dothraki pillaged King’s Landing was a WOW moment. Euron coming out of nowhere wit...

Aladdin (2019) is unnecessary

Allie Boulier

June 3, 2019

By Allie Boulier   Aladdin (2019) may have promised “a whole new world,” but it pales in comparison to its predecessor, Aladdin (1992) while failing to make notable changes or a memorable film.   Overall,...

Avengers: Endgame is an epic box office hit

Allie Boulier

May 3, 2019

By Allie Boulier   Arguably the movie series of a generation, Avengers draws to a close in a smashing conclusion 11 years in the making that´s worth every dollar spent and every minute waiting.   Ever since ...

Shazam! Reignites the Childlike Wonder of Superheroes

Olivia Brightbill

April 29, 2019

By Olivia Brightbill When I first heard the next DC movie to be released would be Shazam! I was happy to see the character being brought to live action, but I also was fairly worried. In recent years the DCAU (DC Animated Universe) has be...

Us provides psychological horror

Daria Burnley

April 9, 2019

By Daria Burnley When going into Jordan Peele's second directorial look into horror, do not expect another Get Out. Although lacking in the overt social commentary and sharp-minded wit in its writing and plot, Us is instead...

Billie Eilish´s newest album is a haunted take on anti-pop

Daria Burnley, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

By Daria Burnley “I have taken out my invisalign and this is the album” is how Billie Eilish’s album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? begins. Eilish’s previous EP don't smile at me, is an ode to teenage melan...

A Hidden World provides an emotional end to trilogy

Dylan Stanford

March 27, 2019

By Dylan Stanford How to Train Your Dragon: A Hidden World is a movie that is just as good as its predecessors and likely ended the series that has been focused on the meaning of family and the value of friendship (yes, even ...

After a hiatus Kehlani comes back strong with While We Wait

Olivia Brightbill

March 1, 2019

By Olivia Brightbill Kehlani makes a very successful and long-awaited return with mixtape While We Wait. This is Kehlani’s first lengthy release since her 2017 deluxe album SweetSexySavage and does not disappoint in delivering som...

Becoming empowers America

Becoming empowers America

February 19, 2019

Academy Award’s Dust Bowl: Hollywood and its creative drought

Ana Costanzo

February 18, 2019

By Ana Costanzo Anticipation for the 91st Academy Awards is leaving me breathless and apprehensive about the awards ceremony. With the nominations being released in late January, I have a taste for what films the Academy is...