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MARCH ARTIST OF THE MONTH: ANNELISE FUNOVITS

MARCH ARTIST OF THE MONTH: ANNELISE FUNOVITS

Elizabeth Keane, Copy Editor

March 26, 2020

Q: What type of art is your favorite to create and why? A: “My favorite would be just drawing in general because it’s … easy to bring around places, and I find that it’s good practice to shade.”   Q: Are you looking to pursue art post-high school? A: “Most likely. I would li...

NETFLIX GEMS TO CURE CORONAVIRUS BOREDOM

NETFLIX GEMS TO CURE CORONAVIRUS BOREDOM

Elizabeth Keane, Copy Editor

March 16, 2020

Seeing as though we now have a two-week-long spring break and are being encouraged to practice social distancing, now is a better time than ever to lay on the couch, snuggle up with your surplus of toilet paper and watch T.V. I’ve compiled a list of my 10 best movies and shows on Netflix, in no par...

Roundtable hosts open mic night

Roundtable hosts open mic night

Joey Delahunty, Entertainment Editor

February 13, 2020

Netflix's "The Mind of Aaron Hernandez": Strong Reporting, Weak Platform

Netflix's "The Mind of Aaron Hernandez": Strong Reporting, Weak Platform

Tommy Carrico, Copy Editor

January 29, 2020

From access to revealing private footage to drone shots of Hernandez’s Massachusetts mansion, it’s obvious that Netflix’s “Killer Inside” was done with a high level of professionalism. Featuring an array of interviews with the real-life characters that played a hand in Hernandez’s downw...

Review: Pokémon Sword and Shield

Review: Pokémon Sword and Shield

Kevin Lynch, Staff Writer

December 18, 2019

photo of a Pokemon center in Singapore, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Anyone familiar with the Pokémon franchise knows how successful it is. Between merchandise, TV and movies, and video games, it has become the world’s top-grossing media franchise. Becoming popular in the late 1990s after t...

Continuation from print: Forum to discuss Tommy Carrico's top movies of the decade

Continuation from print: Forum to discuss Tommy Carrico's top movies of the decade

December 11, 2019

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December Artist of the Month: Giahan Tran

December Artist of the Month: Giahan Tran

Shannon McGovern, Copy Editor

December 10, 2019

What kind of art are you most interested in and why? “[I am most interested in] animation because as a child, I was always very imaginative. I always loved to build up stories and characters in my head, and I would love to be able to bring them to life on the screen.” 2. Are you intereste...

'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' shines this Thanksgiving weekend

'A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood' shines this Thanksgiving weekend

Tommy Carrico, Executive Entertainment Editor

November 28, 2019

If there’s one theme Hollywood has milked more than any other, it’s family. From “A Field of Dreams” to “The Lion King,” it’s evident that family relations are the easiest, and perhaps most cliche, way to develop relatable characters.  However, many cliches exist because they are o...

Music production class invites all skill levels

Music production class invites all skill levels

Madison Manczko, Opinion Editor

November 26, 2019

Prospect students will soon have the option to enroll in a semester-long Music Production course starting next year. The course will teach students the fundamentals of producing, writing, and arranging music as well as how to electronically record lyrics and vocals.  This course will be taught by Peter ...

October Artist of the Month: Emily Laffey

October Artist of the Month: Emily Laffey

Joey Delahunty, Entertainment Editor

November 3, 2019

What kind of art do you like to make?“Mainly I like to oil paint, because I think it’s easier to get the colors to show up and it’s much easier to work with texture.” How long have you been making art?“I think since middle school I started drawing, and then in seventh grade I started takin...

Happy Playlist

Happy Playlist

Ryan Barich, Executive News Editor; Adriana Briscoe, News Edior

November 1, 2019

News editor Adriana Briscoe covered in her personal column “Lyrics produce negative emotions, negative reactions” how slow, melancholy songs can illicit depressing feelings in oneself. In contrast to this, Adriana feels that it is important to mix in those songs that create a more upbeat feeli...

Real high school experience differs from TV perceptions

Real high school experience differs from TV perceptions

October 31, 2019

By Rachel Zurbuch, Executive Features Editor When I was eight-years-old, the first thing I thought about high school was that it was exciting. I had just finished watching “High School Musical,” and I was completely obsessed with the idea of being a high schooler, or, as I liked to call it, a ...

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