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LANGUAGE IS NOT A BARRIER REGARDING MEDIA AROUND THE WORLD

LANGUAGE IS NOT A BARRIER REGARDING MEDIA AROUND THE WORLD

Kailie Foley, Features Editor October 12, 2020

The 92nd Oscars best picture award was given to the movie “Parasite” directed by Bong Joon-ho. This movie was the first in a foreign language to ever receive the award, and it was the first South Korean...

CARDI B SCANDAL POSES QUESTIONS ABOUT ROLE OF FEMINISM

Elizabeth Keane, Editor-in-Chief October 7, 2020

This column was originally published in Volume 57 Issue 8 of The Prospector on May 17, 2019. It is being published to the website for its relevance to an opinion story running in Issue 2 on October 9.    “I...

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...

BTS: IS IT BS?

BTS: IS IT BS?

November 2, 2018

By Grace Baldino BTS is the most popular of global phenomenon out of Korea right now. They are basically the new Girls Generation. They are pushing the boundaries of traditional KPOP ideas by writing songs...

2019 fall play looking for student writers

2019 fall play looking for student writers

October 10, 2018

By Jenna Koch, executive entertainment editor Professional playwright and PHS alumma Lauren Winters will be writing the script for the 2019 fall play. However, her and Jeremy Morton are inviting student...

Pandora, Spotify compete among students

Pandora, Spotify compete among students

December 14, 2017

By Grace Givan, executive entertainment editor  In 2016, junior Annie Cimack sat at her desk doing math homework while listening to a Jazz station on Pandora. A cover of the well-known song “Over...

Classic Corner: Princess Bride and Head on the Door

Classic Corner: Princess Bride and Head on the Door

October 10, 2017

The Princess Bride, a classic to be remembered beyond its current 30 years By Mandi Hall, executive features editor  “Hello, my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.” This...

Soundcloud helps aspiring artists find audience

Soundcloud helps aspiring artists find audience

September 6, 2017

By Cole Altmayer, copy editor  The advent of social media and the internet has completely changed the most important aspect of breaking of into the music industry: getting noticed. Gone are the days...

Arcade Fire disappoints with 'Everything Now'

Arcade Fire disappoints with 'Everything Now'

August 16, 2017

By Cole Altmayer, copy editor  I have to come clean: I’ve had a torrid love affair with not caring at all about Arcade Fire ever since their debut album “Funeral” was released. Granted, I was five...

CLASSIC CORNER: Album 'Strangeways, Here We Come' proves to be The Smiths' ugly duckling

CLASSIC CORNER: Album 'Strangeways, Here We Come' proves to be The Smiths' ugly duckling

April 28, 2017

By Cole Altmayer, entertainment editor The Smiths are a band very near and dear to my heart, and as one of my favorite rock groups of all time, they tend to fly under my radar when it comes to constructive...

In My Ears: Vitamin String Quartet

In My Ears: Vitamin String Quartet

March 12, 2017

By Erin Schultz, online copy editor Artist: Vitamin String Quartet Vibe: a string quartet that covers current music Disoriented from my after-school nap, I picked up my phone and saw a text from my dad...

Neil Cicierega makes magic out of nostalgic pop hits

Neil Cicierega makes magic out of nostalgic pop hits

January 28, 2017

By Cole Altmayer, entertainment editor Oh, familiarity -- you’re both the bane and the delicacy of a music fan. If an album is too familiar sounding, if it wears its influences on its sleeves, there...

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