Month: March 2015

STAND Receives Grant, Will Develop School-Wide Project

By Rachel Pavelich STAND, the anti-drug and alcohol and anti-bullying group at North Royalton High School, is in the process of creating a school-wide project to raise awareness about drug and alcohol prevention. Last spring, members and advisors attended a…

“A Casual Vacancy”: Book Review

By Anastasia Nicholas Perhaps you have heard of the miniseries “A Casual Vacancy” that premiered Sunday, February 15, 2015 on the British BBC and will come to the American HBO next month. It was made after JK Rowling’s best-selling 2012…

“Room”: Book Review

By Fariha Mostafiz “Room,” written by Emma Donoghue, is centered on the premise of two things: the narration is told from the limited view of a five-year-old boy named Jack, and Jack lives in an 11-by-11 foot room with his…

“The Imitation Game”: Movie Review

By Fariha Mostafiz The Oscar-winning “The Imitation Game” is a suspenseful drama that offers a window into the complicated life of one of the most famous mathematicians of the twentieth century. Delicately packed with layers of secrets stacked atop secrets,…

“Into the Woods”: Movie Review

By Diya Patel Over the past winter, “Into the Woods” came to the big screen as an adaptation of the Broadway musical “Into the Woods.” With a slew of award-winning actors and actresses, “Into the Woods” made $31,021,000 opening weekend…