Intro to Reading Romance… It Was Not What I Expected

By Liv Serio (‘23) A few weeks ago, I binge watched all of the Twilight movies, probably for the twentieth time. Before I could tuck in and cry over some of the worst movies, I went to the grocery store to get some snacks ( as one does) and while I was there, I saw some super cheesy romance novels. I love reading YA novels … Continue reading Intro to Reading Romance… It Was Not What I Expected

Fidget

By Ava Casab (23′) “There are so many things that could go wrong!”  she exclaims.  Her hands are a fidgeting mess,  moving like a well-oiled machine as the muscles squeeze and contract  around padded bones in a timely, repetitive manner.  They move tirelessly,  as if even a mere second of stillness  or silence  will throw everything into chaos.  Her fingers eventually find themselves in a … Continue reading Fidget

Pop Culture and Instagram: The Deadly Duo?

By Akshara Karthik (’22) In the past 20 years, the face of communication has changed drastically thanks to one thing: Social Media.  Across the globe, there are over 3.80 billion social media users as of January 2020. With the touch of a button people are instantly given insight into the lives of other people all around the world. More than a deeper connection with our … Continue reading Pop Culture and Instagram: The Deadly Duo?

My Favorite Book of the Year: Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

By Olivia Serio (’23) Today, I am going to be telling you about my favorite book of the year, Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Daisy Jones is a 5 star read. It is heartbreakingly beautiful, very quotable and shockingly real. This book is to die for.  Set in 60s and 70s L.A., Daisy Jones and the Six is about a legendary … Continue reading My Favorite Book of the Year: Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

10 Books To Read During Quarantine!

By Sophia Sajan (’22) The Mortal Instruments  “When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder― much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarre weapons. Then the body disappears into thin air. It’s hard to call the police when the murderers are invisible to everyone else … Continue reading 10 Books To Read During Quarantine!

Tech Review: Cowin

By Teodoro Gammons (’23)            In today’s world, many people have smartphones. Some people have MP3 players, and some have iPods. But we need headphones for theses devices. Today, I’m going to explain why the Cowin E7 is the best budget set of headphones.              After having the E7’s for a year now, I’m very happy with the choice. The quality of sound is way better … Continue reading Tech Review: Cowin

How to Make Your Thanksgiving More Interesting

By Cathy Shan (’23) Now that Halloween is finally over, we can now move on to America’s 2nd most anticipated holiday: Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is a somewhat magical holiday, from the smell of pumpkin spice wafting through the year to knowing that you get at least 3 days off of work or school. Most families celebrate Thanksgiving with old traditions, such as eating the traditional Thanksgiving … Continue reading How to Make Your Thanksgiving More Interesting