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Review: ‘Puss in Boots, The Last Wish’ Defies Expectations

Jack Nathanson, Guest Contributor January 17, 2023
Dreamworks proved viewers wrong with this sophisticated, must-see children's film within the 'Shrek' franchise.
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Album cover courtesy of Solid State Records.

Review: The Devil Wears Prada’s ‘Color Decay’ Packs an Emotional Punch

Jack Nathanson, Guest Contributor January 16, 2023
This is one of the best albums of 2022. The emotions are strong, the instrumentals are strong, and every member of the band gives it their all.
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A tornado ravaged Oklahoma in 2010.

Questions Remain After Week One of COP27

December 1, 2022

As world leaders continue to release progress on climate change in the first week of the COP27 summit, it's important to note how non-state actors, like private businesses, have been stepping up. It raises...

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Posters for the 1.5 Degrees Live series at Flinders University.

1.5°C: We Are Running Out of Time

December 1, 2022

One of the most pressing issues highlighted throughout COP27 has been whether we can reach the 1.5C agreement made by national governments during the Paris 2015 Agreement. In 2015, the Paris Agreement...

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United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak delivers remarks at COP27.

Though Not a Five-Year Review Point, COP27 Will Go Down in History

December 1, 2022

Though not a five-year review point like COP26 in Glasgow, COP27 represents an important departure from the UNFCCC’s agreed timetable and in that sense demonstrates the increasing urgency of reducing...

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A 2022 Climate March in Edinburgh.

Week 2 of COP27 Highlights Women Empowerment

December 1, 2022

As we progressed with Week Two of COP27, the importance of women as the key drivers of climate change solutions, as well as water, were highlighted during the week. Meanwhile, discussions were still ongoing...

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Standing Up to Oppression: The Courageous Story of Irans Soccer Team

Standing Up to Oppression: The Courageous Story of Iran’s Soccer Team

Sophia Bruno, Journalist November 26, 2022

Before the World Cup game between U.S. and Iran, the Iranian government threatened to torture and imprison the Iranian players' families if they "misbehave." The Iranian team stirred up trouble when...

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Shyla Fernandes 25 races for the ball.

Varsity Girls Share High Hopes for Homecoming

Brian Gamble, Managing Editor October 14, 2022

Coming off of a season so far with two wins, three losses, and one tie, the Varsity Girls Soccer Team enters Homecoming with momentum from a two-game win streak they accrued last week. “Our season...

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Xavier Claiborne 24 dribbles past a Landmark defender.

Varsity Boys Soccer Anticipates a Challenge

Nico Jaffer, Sports Editor October 14, 2022

The Varsity Boys Soccer Team, coming off of their recent 4-0 win over the Cambridge School of Weston, now turns their attention to their next game, where they match up with the Rocky Hill Country Day...

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‘Moon Knight’ Attempts at Marvel Subversion

Charles McLaughlin, Senior Journalist May 23, 2022

It is extremely tired at this point to describe any new piece of superhero media as “great if you are sick of the genre,” and Moon Knight is certainly of a piece with that late genre attempts at subversion.  To...

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‘Moon Knight’ Is Unlike Any Other Marvel Film

Nicholas Kozhemiakin, Journalist May 19, 2022

Marvel’s latest show has been unlike any series before. It's lovely. Moon Knight starts with Steven Grant, an ordinary man living an ordinary life as a gift shop employee in a museum in London. It...

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Ismani Cepeda ’22 Commits to Emmanuel College

Gator Staff May 17, 2022

Ismani Cepeda ‘22, who is set to graduate from the School next month, recently committed to play basketball at the Division I level at Emmanuel College. In March, Cepeda won All-NEPSAC recognition with...

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