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Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Hydro Flask

April 16, 2019 2:15am | Angelyn Celis

Really, don’t buy one. Walking down the hall, you’ll see countless bandwagoning high schoolers with AirPods in their ears, a PopSocket on their iPhone, and of course you cannot forget about their dented Hydro Flask. Although I don’t actually have one myself, I managed to […]

Twelfth Night- A Traditional Play with a Local Twist

December 19, 2018 2:17am | Erin Keene

The theater department had their second outstanding play this year with the production of a shortened version of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. This traditional play was brought to life with a large cast, the first this year to include freshmen, and a huge modern twist on […]

Mid90’s: A Study in Adolescence

November 10, 2018 6:27pm | Evan Crosby

Jonah Hill’s directorial debut proves to be a shining star among first films. Declining the studio budgeting that a well-established star such as Hill could have received, the director, rather, opted to take a more stripped-down route, instead crafting something that one could consider a […]

Almost Maine- A Great Start for Clark’s Theater

November 6, 2018 4:10pm | Erin Keene

Clark’s theater department put on an excellent fall play in October centered around the theme of falling in and out of love.  Almost, Maine, a play by John Cariani, is made of nine short scenes that bring the audience on a journey following 10 couples […]

The Merits of Membean

November 2, 2018 1:39am | Richard Park

As students are assigned increasingly large amounts of schoolwork over the past month, several students have admitted that Membean is actually a waste of time. “All you learn is how to talk big words,” says John Wherry. “It’s stupid and students could be spending their […]

“Black Panther” movie review: Make social equality a reality, or wait for it to happen?

April 9, 2018 3:57pm | Caitlyn Coloma

It’s rare for any series to make consistently quality movies for more than a sequel. When the Lord of the Rings pulled off three, it was historic. When Harry Potter accomplished seven, it was entirely unprecedented. On February 16, 2018, Marvel Studios released its eighteenth […]

Clark alum Jimmy Kimmel hosts eventful 2018 Oscars, highlights

April 2, 2018 12:13am | Evan Crosby

Deep into the third quarter of the school year – competition season for many of the school’s major activities, as well as the final weeks before AP exams – it’s becoming increasingly tough to keep up with the world of pop culture. On March 4th, […]

Flatliners: an unscientific horror remake of a 90’s scifi flick that should’ve stayed dead

November 1, 2017 5:09pm | Avery Fernandez

The 2017 remake of the film Flatliners is showing moviegoers everywhere that surviving death may not be as great as we might expect. Five medical students set out to understand the confines of life while conducting a daring and dangerous experiment to gain insight into […]

The Great Time Tradeoff: Watching Mainstream Movies

August 31, 2017 7:38pm | Victor Calderon

Now when doing anything in life you give up something to gain something else in return (for those in economics, think of ‘opportunity costs’). For example, if I sit down and watch a movie for three hours I give up my opportunities to go do […]

CHANTRANT: Modern Movie Offenses

August 31, 2017 3:39pm | Victor Calderon

I’d honestly rather not talk about this. I mean really, I love movies, but after the past few years, I can’t help it. Here are a few movie offenses that plague my mind ANY time I watch a movie – modern horror movies in particular. […]