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Spotify Wrapped 2020

By Madison Li ’22

At the end of a crazy year, there’s one thing we can always count on: Spotify Wrapped. Dive into the world’s listening habits and music preferences of 2020!

27 Dec. 2020

Life Lessons from Phil: Why Groundhog Day May be the Ultimate Quarantine Movie

By Julie Edelstein ’22

As a pandemic shakes the entire world, the 1993 comedy Groundhog Day might help us stay anchored.

27 Dec. 2020

Weeknd Snub and Corrupt Committee: What’s Next for the Grammys?

By Skylar Grey ‘23

Music listeners and musicians alike have exploded in protest to the absence of 2020 favorites, like the Weeknd’s After Hours, from this year’s Grammy nominations.

27 Dec. 2020

A Tale From the Shore: 1954’s On The Waterfront

By Kevin Hopkins ’22

On the Waterfront, a 1954 film directed by Elia Kazan, raises a still-relevant question: what does it really cost to go against the crowd in the name of morality?

27 Dec. 2020

A Timeless American Tale: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington

By Kevin Hopkins ’22

The classic film set in the years prior to World War II comments on the American System in an age of rampant corruption.

2 Dec. 2020

“Among Us”: Bringing Us Together by Tearing Us Apart

By Neeharika Beru ’22

The highly addictive game, “Among Us”, is taking over teens’ lives. Many spend hours every day playing the game with their friends.

15 Nov. 2020

The Revival of Drive-In Theaters

By Shreya Ambati ’21

The demand for the drive-in theaters has increased since the pandemic hit, leading many owners to revamp their theaters for the public’s enjoyment. 

18 Oct. 2020

Blast From the Past: Citizen Kane

By Kevin Hopkins ’22

Media moguls like Michael Bloomberg and Rupert Murdoch, both owners of large media enterprises dictate the news coverage of the day and more importantly what events or issues are not covered. 

18 Oct. 2020

Clouds: The Story of Zach Sobiech

By Shreya Ambati ’21

Clouds pays tribute to an amazing musical inspiration while highlighting the importance of dreams, even in the face of hardships.

2 Dec. 2020

The Haunting of Bly Manor is Indeed “Perfectly Splendid”

By Naina Biswas ’23

The Haunting Of Bly Manor is a spine-chilling, heart-wrenching, and “perfectly splendid” – as series character Flora would say – watch. 

15 Nov. 2020

Artists’ Struggles During COVID-19

By Amanda Lu ’22

The art industry, which used to be mainly supported by sales for in-person events, has had to adapt to quarantine measures.

15 Nov. 2020

Filming a TV Show During a Global Pandemic: Here’s How It’s Done

By Naina Biswas ’23

One show that was filmed and aired over quarantine is Love in the Time of Corona. This four-episode miniseries centers around people who are looking for love but have limited options due to COVID-19.

5 Oct. 2020

Thank You For The Music: The Case For Virtual Concerts

By Lanie Hymowitz ’22

It can be understandably hard to make a virtual concert appealing—atmosphere has always been key to a great musical experience. But with more and more concerts resembling Together At Home, a new and beloved atmosphere has emerged, one that’s more cozy and real.

5 Oct. 2020

America’s New Favorite Tragedy-Comedy: The Network News and Its Astounding Resurgence

By Joyce Wang ’22

America’s climate is tense. COVID-19 has claimed at least 205,000 lives, America is experiencing its largest surge in racial awareness since the 1960s, and it’s an Election Year.

5 Oct. 2020

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