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The Good Place’s Finale

(Wikimedia Commons) Since The Good Place‘s premiere in 2016, the characters, all of whom had died at the same time, believed that were all sent to the Good Place because of their admirable actions on earth, discover–in the January 2020 finale–they are in the bad place. The remainder of the show involves them searching for the real Good


“Rare”: Selena Gomez’s Return to Music

(Wikimedia Commons)   After nearly a 5 year break from releasing albums, Selena Gomez came out with, “Rare”  along with singles since her last album, “Revival,” including “Wolves,” “Bad Liar,” and “Back To You.”  Gomez released 13 songs “Rare” on January 10, 2020, at midnight on all music streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Spotify, and


Choir’s Fall Concert

Seniors Jay Gokhale, Ezra Johnson, Simon Iobst, Kathan Reddy, Donovan Simpson, and junior Lily Plaugher sang “I Can See Clearly Now” on the theater’s balcony. The 6th graders followed with “Seize the Day” from the musical, Newsies, along with “Pictures of Fall” and “The Moon.”  The 7th grade singers performed “Wonderful Life” from the movie, Small


Chainsmokers Concert

The Chainsmokers, along with 5 Seconds of Summer and Lennon Stella, perform at Schottenstein Center. (Vivian Bradner-Young’22/Staff) Stella performed the opening act followed by 5 Seconds of Summer at the October 13 perfomance by The Chainsmokers.  Lennon Stella sang “Bad” and “La Di Da,” in her angelic voice as three screens lit up behind her


Concert: Review: Shawn Mendes

(Vivian Bradner-Young/Staff) The crowd exploded as Shawn Mendes burst onto the stage. Everyone was clapping and cheering, which set the rest of the concert up to be full of energy. At any point you could hear the song lyrics being screamed by the crowd. Mendes encouraged the audience to participate by having them clap to


Movie Review: Five Feet Apart

(Wikimedia Commons) Directed by Justin Baldoni and starring the well known Cole Sprouse and Haley Lu Richardson from Riverdale and The Edge of Seventeen, Five Feet Apart hit theaters on March 15.The film’s title comes from a six-foot separation from rule that two patients with cystic fibrosis must follow because they could risk catching each