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The St. Louis Project: My Experience with Homeless Veterans

Jonathan Jordanides '17, Contributor

February 24, 2016

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The St. Louis Project, as usual, pushed me out of a complacent stupor by opening my eyes to the sight of destitution, my ears to the sound of desperation, and my mind to the bleak reality of poverty and mental illness. I was,... Read more »

The Revenant Amazes

Malcolm Herbert '18, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

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As Oscar season fast approaches, there is no better time than now to evaluate the great movies of the past year. While this year has by no means been an off-year in the film industry, The Revenant was undeniably one of, if... Read more »

College Essay: My Kingdom

Nick Boozang ‘16, Contributor

February 24, 2016

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I was a young tyke, curious, naive, and ready to take on the world before the world was ready to take on me. I explored the vast plains of my area, and between every crack and crevice I discovered the gratification of discovery,... Read more »

Tofurkey

Max Tobin '16, Opinions Editor

January 26, 2016

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What is tofurkey you might ask yourself. Hopefully you will never have to become acquainted with this phenomenon, or even worse… experience it yourself. If you are curious, however, tofurkey is the epitome of evil: a synthetic... Read more »

Why Appreciate Jazz?

Paul Curtis ‘16, Contributor

January 21, 2016

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  If you’ve ever turned on the radio on a weekend night, maybe by accident, and landed on 89.7, you may have heard an altogether strange and foreign sort of music. Maybe you think, “This is bizarre. I’m not sure... Read more »

Television Review: The Golden Globes

Felipe Montoya '18, Contributor

January 21, 2016

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Another prestigious event in Hollywood means a night of meritorious awards given to those who have given amazing performances. In this case, the awards are for people in the film industry. The event happens to be the 73rd Golden... Read more »

Movie Review: Concussion

Chris Pyne '18, Contributor

January 21, 2016

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I had to chance to see "Concussion" over winter break. Going in, I had pretty high expectations, but was sure it would either tremendously flop or exceed its goal by making the NFL look bad. In my opinion, it flopped. Concu... Read more »

Movie Review: The Hateful Eight

Noah Levesque '16, Contributor

January 21, 2016

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Quentin Tarantino’s latest release, The Hateful Eight, hyped to be the next great installment in the director’s impressive filmography, fell flat and serves as a testament to the fact that even the greatest can make mistakes.... Read more »

College Application: Pocahontas

Will Higgins '16, Associate Editor-in-Chief

January 21, 2016

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Many years ago there was great trouble in my village. Upon the end of one war with a neighboring people, I began to have strange dreams of a spinning arrow. Every night the arrow would appear perched among large quick moving clouds.... Read more »

Movie Review: The Force Awakens

Felipe Montoya '18, Contributor

January 12, 2016

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I had the opportunity to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I have seen the film a total of three times, which aptly portrays my love for this movie. I think we can all say that J.J Abrams exceeded our expectations. The original... Read more »

Music Review: Rachel Platten’s Wildfire 

Sean Connor '16, Contributor

January 12, 2016

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After over ten years in the music industry, Newton Centre resident Rachel Platten released her new album Wildfire on January 1st. Early that morning, I dragged my best friend along to our local FYE to buy a copy, having been anticipating... Read more »

Film Review: “Spectre” Falls Short of Expectations

Felipe Montoya '18, Contributor

December 30, 2015

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This past weekend, I had the opportunity to watch the new James Bond film Spectre, starring Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Léa Seydoux, and many other great actors. One aspect of the film that was great was the ... Read more »

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