Staff Grammy Picks

Elias Evans

January 26, 2018

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2017 may not have been the comeback that everyone was looking for after the worldwide disappointment that was 2016, but one thing the year may be remembered for is some of the phenomenal music that it brought. From old to new,...

Kellin’s Four Favorite Things of 2017

Kellin Cremeens, Writer

January 24, 2018

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Movie: Logan The superhero genre of movies is, arguably, a staple of modern Hollywood. It’s been around for decades and doesn’t show signs of stopping. Marvel is releasing, on average,  3 movies a year, with at least six mo...

“DAMN.”–Album of the Year

Trent Osborne

January 22, 2018

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2017 truly was the year of Kendrick Lamar. Kendrick dominated the Billboard Top 100 all year long, ending up as the second highest selling artist of 2017 (second only to Drake, who took the top spot for the third consecutive year)....

Book Review: Milk and Honey

Savanna Gray

January 22, 2018

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Rupi Kaur is a Canadian who is known as a poet. The book Milk and Honey was a # 1 New York Times’ bestseller. The book has sold more than half a million copies in the U.S., according to Alison Flood from the Guardian. To summariz...

Smells Like Teen Spirit

Smells Like Teen Spirit

November 13, 2017

Fall Overture

Mackenzie Barrett, Editor

September 18, 2017

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As people filed into the auditorium, scanning the aisles for their seats, the choral students bustled backstage, anxious to debut their first performance of the year. The show began with an exciting performance by BHS’s newest...

“You’ll float too…”: “It” (2017) Review

Kellin Cremeens, Writer

September 13, 2017

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There’s a stigma attached to horror movies, especially in the past decade. Since “Paranormal Activity”, the genre has been dominated by “found-footage”, movies that, at first, attempted to look like they really happened....

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