The Review

What a Fool Believes: Trump v. Clinton, music edition

John Kennedy, Music Columnist

November 3, 2016

Kennedy judges the 2016 presidential nominees off their music taste and experience. Listen to Hillary Clinton's official playlist, Bill Clinton playing saxophone, and Tiffany Trump's 2011 pop single.

What a Fool Believes: Young the Giant’s “Home of the Strange”

John Kennedy

October 3, 2016

John Kennedy's music column continues in his assessment of Young the Giant's new album "Home of the Strange".

Unplugged: the end of the headphone jack

The iPhone 7 was released amid controversy over its lack of headphone jack.

Saswat Pati, Staff Writer

September 22, 2016

The long-anticipated release of the iPhone 7 was a source of some controversy when Apple revealed the design sans headphone jack.

Under Review: Stranger Things

Emma Shea, Social Media Editor

September 19, 2016

The Netflix original "Stranger Things" quickly and quietly became a smash hit over the summer. The show's unique premise, 80's themes, and talented actors all contribute to its appeal

Under Review: “X-Men: Apocalypse”

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Emily Chen, Online Editor

June 15, 2016

"X-Men: Apocalypse", the long-anticipated end to the "First Class" trilogy, misses the mark as a continuation of the "X-Men" saga.

Letter to the editor regarding chapel guild, speakers

Scott Bonasso

December 9, 2015

Choral Director and Chapel Guild Faculty Co-Sponsor Scott Bonasso sent a letter to the editor about the efforts of Chapel Guild and the process for choosing speakers.

Chapel speeches should spur thought, dialogue

Editorial Board

December 9, 2015

The Board agrees that with more speakers from within our community, more purposeful speeches and more effort on the part of students to engage, we can elevate Chapel from a mundane tradition to a meaningful space for thought.

Letter from the editor: the aftermath of college admissions decisions

As seniors receive acceptances and rejections, students in other grades should resist asking about their plans.

Rebecca Chen, Editor-in-Chief

April 2, 2015

Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Chen offers advice and insight into college decisions.

Proposed ban on AP US History highlights hypocrisy, devalues lessons of the past

Arguing that the new AP US History curriculum understates triumphs of American history and emphasizes the mistakes of our past, Oklahoma lawmakers recently voted 11-4 to ban the class.

Brooke Kushwaha, Assignment Editor

February 19, 2015

A proposed ban on AP US History will cause more harm than good, writes editor Brooke Kushwaha.

Je ne suis pas Charlie

Je ne suis pas Charlie

Rebecca Chen, Editor-in-chief

January 15, 2015

While the Western world mourned terrorist attacks against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram's violence was largely ignored.

Under Review: Night at the Museum 3

Christian Maines, Staff Writer

January 6, 2015

Even with an excellent cast, “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb's" shallow comedy cannot compensate for its predictability or lack of plot.

Top nine most influential women of 2014

Pop trifecta Taylor Swift, Beyonce and Nicki Minaj (left to right) have made waves this year with their commercial and artistic success. (Brooke Kushwaha)

Brooke Kushwaha, Assignments Editor

December 31, 2014

As the year draws to a close, editor Brooke Kushwaha proposes her list of the most influential women of 2014.

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