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Writing Without Knowing What You Want to Say

And yet, when I was eight years old and pressed my pencil too hard onto each page, was my writing worse than it is today? Sure, I have practiced advanced techniques and shared complex ideas, but has this pursuit only complicated my once simple understanding of what it means to write?

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School
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Urinetown! Not the Place, Of Course, The Musical

I mean, not many could say that they’ve been part of, or even seen a Zoom musical. As Ms. Frigon wonderfully said to the cast, “Let this show be a light in our time of struggle.”

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Opinion

The Crown: Ruining the Royals

Because, like you and me, we all go for a daily horse trot at 2 o’clock. Here, I really started to see the spoiled-rottenness of the royal family, and as a warning, you might too.

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School
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Live Music Showcase Streaming on Twitch

This show is raising money for elementary school music teachers. All the money raised will go into making small instrument bundles and other supplies that students can take home with them!

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Local
School

The Show Must Go On

It provided an opportunity to reunite with old friends from the drama club and meet new members, just in a different way from previous years. Logging on to rehearsal and seeing people I hadn’t spoken to in months, even though I used to see them everyday, made me glad that we had a show.

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Opinion

Movie Review: A Midsommar’s Nightmare

Midsommar showed some promise; the first half of the film was thrilling, and I was sitting on the edge of my seat, excited for the next twist or shocker. The movie was perfect until its halfway point, and things turned for one specific reason…

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Movie Review: Pixar’s Soul

It’s a powerful message, and like every Pixar movie, it’s emotional.

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Culture
General Interest

Pantone’s Colors of 2021

These selections are supposed to set the stage for the new year, and it seems like in these unpredictable times, even Pantone is confused. Therefore they figured they might as well put happy, sunshine and sad, pavement colors on their roster, so all the bases are covered for how 2021 might turn out.

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Opinion

TV Show Review: The Queen’s Gambit

A chess game may come off as boring—who wants to watch two people sit silently and move wooden pieces around? This is exactly what makes the show so impressive.

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