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Soul Surfer Lacks Spirit

Under quarantine, some of us are looking at old teen classics for an uplifting experience. I was expecting a heartwarming tale when I started watching Soul Surfer, having never seen it when I was younger. Based on the story of Bethany Hamilton, a popular surfer, who in the 2003 loses her arm in a shark

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Outerbanks: Netflix’s Hidden Treasure

Outer Banks has taken the internet by storm and yet another teen drama obsession. The series follows John B, portrayed by Chase Strokes, as his friends and he search for sunken gold that connects to his father’s disappearance. The constant action leaves many viewers on the edge, but not everyone is a fan.  Some adults

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Tiger King Takes TV Trash to a New Low

If you have already finished Netflix’s Tiger King, my condolences: you’ll never get back those five wasted hours of your life. Tiger King: Murder, Madness, and Mayhem follows private zoo owners and big cat breeders as their rivalries spiral out of control and shows how obsession can become deadly. Directed by Eric Goode and Rachel

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Social Media in Real Life with The Circle

(Wikimedia Commons) If you’ve ever been catfished, The Circle, hosted by Michelle Buteau, might be the show for you.   Eight competitors meet a hotel, are placed in separate rooms, and must interact through “the circle,” a voice-activated system in which they can set up their profiles and have private or group chats. No one

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Beauty and the Beast: a Crowd Favorite

Alaina West’24 stars as Belle in Beauty and the Beast Jr. (Julia DeVore’22/Media) On January 31 and February 1, the Middle School presented its annual musical, this year featuring Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Jr., directed by Mrs. Whitney Eads and assistant director, Mrs. Stacey Nockowitz. Alaina West ‘24 and Matthew Fang ‘24 played Belle

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“Atypical” Examines Autism Through a Teen’s Lens

(Wikimedia Commons) “Adélie, Chinstrap, Emperor, Gentoo. Adélie, Chinstrap, Emperor, Gentoo.” Reciting the four main types of Antarctic penguins is Sam Gardner’s (played by Keir Gilchrist) coping mechanism when he has a “freak-out.” The Netflix series of “Atypical” shows the daily challenges of an autistic 18-year-old and follows Sam as he navigates the drama of high school,

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Frozen II Fails as a Family Favorite

(Photo via Wikimedia Commons) WARNING: This review contains spoilers.  Viewers of the original Frozen, which came out in 2013, walked away with warm fuzzies as Elsa and Anna reuinted their sisterhood. Frozen quickly became a favorite among people of all ages, making it the highest-grossing animated movie of all time. But Frozen II may leave

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A New Albany Ballet Company Classic: The Nutcracker

Tori Sirak’23 as Clara. (Courtesy/ Bridget Sirak)  Over the upcoming holidays, many people enjoy celebrations and traditions. The Nutcracker, written in 1892 by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, is a favorite performance during the Christmas season.The New Albany Ballet Company (NABC) features this classic annually, and this year was its 20th anniversary of the production.  Four of our