Social studies teacher and self-proclaimed movie-lover Olivia Tate has her own predictions for the illustrious Academy Awards—and she’s encouraging her students to share theirs. Government and IB Anthropology students in Tate’s classes are likely familiar with her “What’s Making Me Happy This Week” slideshows. She said there’s often at leastContinue Reading

Before this poem starts, I shall clarify and say, Even I will be stirring on Valentine’s Day. So stranger, fret little; I don’t hate romance— I hate it when students give dating a chance. I see them in the halls, their hands tied in a knot, A new couple, aContinue Reading

What would Juliet’s life have been like if she didn’t die for Romeo?  Broadway’s new performance of the 2019 hit & Juliet aims to answer this question with iconic pop songs and fun new twists on the classic story. The musical also features multiple queer characters—none of whom are demonizedContinue Reading

Maybe the presale got lost in translation, maybe fans asked for too much, but maybe this tour was a masterpiece ‘til Ticketmaster tore it all up. “Unprecedented demand” were the words that blared on fans screens after sitting in the Verified Fan Presale for hours. Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour shatteredContinue Reading