Category: Arts

Glee: Love it or Hate it?

Adwoa Serebour Staff Reporter 8 February, 2022 Title credit: Imani Smith During the early 2010’s, multiple Teen TV shows arose from the depths of money hungry 50 year old directors who thought they knew children. […]

Hairspray Offers New Opportunities for Students

Ayo Awofeso Staff Reporter 4 February 2022 It could be something about the lights. Maybe hearing the cheers of the audience, or being on the stage high above the ground. One way or another, every […]

The Colorful World of Encanto

Story by: Shifa Shaikh
Image courtesy of: The New York Times

Picture this: an enchanted, mystical haven tucked away in the mountains of Colombia, home to a gifted family and charming Casita and where no one has the nerve to talk about Bruno. Every soul except for Mirabel Madrigal, that is.

Introducing Non-Binary Artists in the Music Industry

Story by: Imani Smith
Image Courtesy of: Google

As pop culture continues to change and expand, many minorities are still struggling to break through into mainstream media. How commonly is there a non-binary person in a show or movie? Gender non-conforming, along with transgender people, have been fighting for their rights for decades. Even though progress has been made to represent LGBTQ+ Americans, there is still a long way to go within the entertainment and music industries. Although, non-binary artists such as Evann McIntosh, Dreamer Isioma, and Ashnikko, are figures who can effectively bring light to their community.

Field Trips Are Starting, But Are They Back To Normal?

Story By: Sophie Saunders
Image Courtesy: The Cultural Landscape Foundation

Comfort VS Style: a Dive Into Fashion at Atholton

Imani Smith Image courtesy of: Emilyn Woodworth Staff reporter 21 December 2021 Entering high school often means exploring your interests and figuring out who you want to be and how you want to be perceived. […]

Spider-Man Swings Into World Record Book

Story by: Morgan Ryan
Image Courtesy of: Wikimedia

The Deterioration of Superheroes

Buildings break down as two of the most powerful beings fight in the city. Sonic booms and Earth shattering clashes ring out across the world. Blow after blow, punch after punch, the hero struggles against […]

Can the Arts Survive in an Overly Critical World?

Deconstruction is rewarded in the world of Twitter and TikTok, where armchair critics have risen to the top. One of the questions creators have been asking recently is if this is good for the arts- does this help or harm creators in this new age of the Internet?

Story by: Simi Adeniyi
Photo courtesy of: https://www.cnet.com/