Month: April 2015

Movie Review: “Insurgent”

By Fariha Mostafiz Tris Prior is back on the big screen in “Insurgent,” and this time she will stop at nothing to bring down Erudite leader Jeanine Matthews. One of the most highly anticipated sequels of the year, “Insurgent” was…

Book Review: “We Were Liars”

By Rachel Pavelich The hit young adult novel, “We Were Liars,” written by E. Lockhart, was published just last year and has since become very popular. Voted the Best Young Adult Fiction Book of 2014 on Goodreads, this captivating novel…

GloRo makes quite an impression on North Royalton High School

By Diya Patel Students have asked time and time again for a winter formal, and the school’s answer was the dance coined “GloRo.” The dance occurred on the infamous “pi” day, March 14, 2015, or 3-14-15. Through the event, the…

Book Review: “All the Light We Cannot See”

By Anastasia Nicholas World War II novels may be considered platitudinous by some, but Anthony Doerr’s recent best-selling prose work is anything but. It is a less violent, more introspective version of the harsh battlefield-oriented renditions of the second Great…

School Literary Magazine Showcases Student Writing, Art May 7

By: Anastasia Nicholas Not every school is lucky enough to have a literary magazine by students and for students. Works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry are carefully voted on by the creative writing class—otherwise known as Inkwell Club—and selected to…

Play Review: “Dial M for Murder”

By Diya Patel An affair, a murder, a scandal, and a catchy title! What more could you want? “Dial M for Murder” delivers on all these things. Written by the late Frederick Knott, “Dial M for Murder” first came to…

Movie Review: “McFarland, USA”

By Rachel Pavelich One of Disney’s newest films, “McFarland, USA,” recently came to theaters across the country to share a heartwarming tale. Based on true events from the late 1980s, the movie tells the story of a high school cross-country…

Milo Greene: Music Review

By Fariha Mostafiz If you need a soundtrack to help segue into the coming of spring, try listening to Milo Greene. Milo Greene is a band composed of five members: Robbie Arnett, Graham Fink, Andrew Heringer, Marlana Sheetz, and Curtis…