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“Tomb Raider” Falls Flat

“Tomb Raider” Falls Flat

April 11, 2018

    “Tomb Raider” is a fantasy/action movie that was released to theaters across the United States on March 16, 2018. The film presents Alicia Vikander as the new face of Lara Croft. It’s also...

“Black Panther”: A Cultural Phenomenon

“Black Panther”: A Cultural Phenomenon

April 11, 2018

The success of "Black Panther" lies on two things: its diversity, and its strength as a film. It signifies a lot of things, it’s a strong departure from the Marvel movies of the past, it’s a new kind...

The Anti-Vax Populi

The Anti-Vax Populi

April 10, 2018

In 2000, measles was declared eradicated in the United States. The elimination of measles in the United States was thanks to the development of the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine. It caused...

The Oscars: The Biggest Night In Cinema

The Oscars: The Biggest Night In Cinema

March 22, 2018

With the Oscars and all the hype around the year’s best films, some can’t help but wonder, “what’s the point?” Films matter (arguably now more than ever)  as a way to present strong commentaries...

A Delicious Dish

A Delicious Dish

February 4, 2018

A bowl consisting of an Eagle and a Patriot? Sounds tasty. The Super Bowl. The biggest football game of the year. The Philadelphia Eagles face the New England Patriots in a Super Bowl rematch. The defi...

C Days Should “C” Their Way Out

C Days Should “C” Their Way Out

January 11, 2018

    For those who have decided not to show up this year, haven’t been able to, or just don’t remember, a “C” day is the one day out of every week where students must attend all seven of their ...

So Not Down to Review

So Not Down to Review

January 11, 2018

     Down to You. A PG-13 film, starring Julia Stiles and Freddie Prinze Jr. Released on January 21, 2000, the film has acquired one award and was previously nominated for three others. The film st...

The Fault In Our Parking Lot

Kayla Saller, Reporter

November 16, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Something many students look forward to during their latter two years of high school is being able to drive themselves to school. However, with the parking spots provided by the school, there is a tendency of students making reckless decisions just to leave school.     When the bell rings, students rush out the door. They meet up with their friends and walk casually but quickly to their cars. Students want to go...

¨The Dynamic Ajla Duo¨

¨The Dynamic Ajla Duo¨

November 15, 2017

Mehlville has many clubs and teams that are easy for students to join if interested. As a school we give a lot of praise to the sport teams such as football, soccer and girls tennis, who are getting a...

‘Holden’ onto Childhood

‘Holden’ onto Childhood

November 6, 2017

Honest. The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is true and honest. Published on July 16, 1952, in the book itself, it stops just as abruptly as it starts. It makes the story stand out and contributes t...

Students are drowning in homework

Students are drowning in homework

November 6, 2017

Homework is important to education, but it is not necessary to have excessive amounts of it that cause stress and mental health problems. As the year progresses, there seems to be more homework given ...

97 Years of Standing

97 Years of Standing

November 6, 2017

As a player takes a knee on the football field, some stand in shock and some quietly give the player thanks. This is not only happening on NFL football fields but high schools across the country. Taking a kn...