Month: April 2018

March 14, 2018: Not Just a Date

Article and Photos By: Angela Pell. To some, March 14, 2018, is just a date. A day at work, a day to clean the house, or a day to shop for groceries, but this day was much more to some…

NRHS Students Make Their Voices Heard

By Grace Amato. The scene outside North Royalton High School on Wednesday, March 14th was one never seen before. Hundreds of students stood together on the sidewalk with their heads held high in the frigid, winter air–some with tears running…

A Horticulturist’s Dream

By Carolyn Bajzer. Whether it be through an artsy Instagram post or the occasional upload from a Tumblr photography blog, chances are you may have come across the recent influx of fascination towards plants. More specifically: cactus and succulents. Now…

The Neighbourhood Fills the “Void” With New Album

By: Sydney Liptak. Fans of The Neighbourhood were pleased to see the upside down townhouse emblem on the cover of another new black and white album, released on March 9th, to accompany a tour announced a few weeks prior. After…

1UP: Ready Player One Movie Review

By Omar Elghazawi. Ready Player One is one of the most highly-anticipated movies of the year. It is directed by Steven Spielberg and stars Tyler Sheridan as main character Wade/Parzival, Olivia Cooke as Samantha/Art3mis, and Ben Mendelsohn as Nolan Sorrento,…

Album review: Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour is Truly Golden

By Rachel Pavelich. I’ve loved country music for years, but it was last summer, cruising down the deserted highways of Arizona and Utah that I fell in love with the twangy, vintage southern sound of Kacey Musgraves. Her quirky, creative…

We’re Lacking in Empathy and Literary Fiction Might Just Be the Key

By Christina Vitakis. Technologically Savvy, Conscious, Pragmatic Idealists, Frugal, Diverse, Adventurous; all these words are characteristics used to describe Millennials and the current generation of teenagers, Generation Z. However, one word is not on that list: Empathetic. Empathy is the…

The Rail: More Than Just an Average Burger

By: Hayley Cotrau. Over the weekend, I ventured out to Strongsville to grab a bite at The Rail; this restaurant is a great way to kick off your weekend with all the different kinds of food. The food ranges from…