Abortion. What once was simply a medical procedure has morphed into the hottest political topic of the last 50 years.This dividing issue has trickled down from the rural areas of our state and infiltrated Jefferson City in the form of five bills.
“Freshly Broke Productions,” a theater company founded by seniors Ethan Ryan, Sammy Toskin, and Christian Ragain, will produce the spring mainstage play, “It’s a Mystery.”
“It’s a Mystery” is written by Ryan and directed by Toskin, and it’s the company’s biggest project yet.
“Undertale” seemed like the magnum opus of developer Toby Fox, but “Deltarune: Chapter 1” proves he has another ace up his sleeve, even if it’s far from completion.
With Valentine’s Day in our recent past, love is in the air. It’s hard to escape the sappy ballads, cheesy rom-coms, and couple pictures on Instagram during February.With all the good, it is easy to overlook the ugly truth of relationships: according to VAWnet.org, “One in three teens will experience physical or sexual violence in their relationships.”
Men’s basketball is on it’s way to winning it’s third consecutive State championship. Who might stop the Statesmen?
Although the Wii Shop Channel’s closure may not affect those who’ve moved on to next-generation consoles, its shutdown comes with major ramifications to something that affects the games industry at large: media preservation. The Wii Shop Channel wasn’t just a… Read More ›
Kevin Hart is one of the few famous figures that willingly and directly addresses their wrongdoings instead of fading into the shadows until the issue is forgotten. Hopefully, Hart will have a second chance to host the Oscars in the future.
Let’s get one thing straight: the term “toxic masculinity” doesn’t imply that men are evil, far from that. It simply means that the unfair expectations that society put on boys and men are toxic. Just like society believes women should… Read More ›
Since 1967’s “Kinoautomat,” a movie based on audience choices, filmmakers have attempted to make interactive films mainstream, yet little has come of this. “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch” shows that basic mistakes are holding back this advancement.
For most people, the winter months are filled with joy. For people with seasonal affective disorder, it’s a different story.
“The Crimes of Grindelwald,” sequel to “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” was released on Nov. 16, in theaters across the United States. J.K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series and producer of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to… Read More ›
Newfound music producer and senior Christian Ragain released his first studio album, “PAiNT,” on Aug. 24. Its nine songs encompass modern jazz and hip-hop influence with a personalized synthetic twist. Classically and jazz trained on the piano, Ragain took piano… Read More ›
I am a part of the new Real World Problem Solving class. This semester, we have been studying global poverty and all of the contributing factors of it, including hunger, health care, lack of education and gender inequalities.
In the summer of 2017, the auditorium had its seats replaced for the first time since it was founded in 1928. Now, an even more pertinent issue arises concerning the auditorium’s safety and functionality. Over last summer, drama teacher Todd… Read More ›
When remakes try to recapture the magic of their source material, lightning doesn’t always strike twice, as is the case with “Pokemon Let’s Go! Pikachu” and “Pokemon Let’s Go! Eevee.” The “Let’s Go!” games are remakes of “Pokemon Yellow,” an… Read More ›
Telltale Games shocked the games industry this month by announcing its closure, and while the future of its unfinished projects is uncertain, what’s more important is the future of the staff that created them. The adventure game developer was created… Read More ›
Though “Splatoon 2” is most known for its fantastic multiplayer and constant free updates, its single-player campaign excels as well, and “Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion” is well worth the wait for extra campaign content. “Octo Expansion” takes place adjacent to… Read More ›
Students in the Special School District (SSD) need to be more included in day-to-day activities at WGHS. They are excluded from the rest of the student body, and that’s not fair. Often times, some students in SSD spend most of… Read More ›
Josie Krueger Entertainment Columnist Director Luca Guadagnino brings André Aciman’s 2007 novel to life in the film “Call Me by Your Name,” released in January 2018. Aciman described how, while hearing the director Luca Guadagnino’s plan for the end scene… Read More ›
Josie Krueger Entertainment Columnist California, sunny days and partying are the typical words to describe the famous Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. However, due to a recent controversy involving the event’s owner, Philip Anschutz, the festival has been described… Read More ›
Sean Mullins Technology Columnist To celebrate the first anniversary of Electric Retrospective, it’s only fitting to reflect on the column’s first installment, “Wii Will Miss U- Reflections on Nintendo’s Wii U,” and apply its thesis to the Nintendo Switch. For… Read More ›
Eleanor Marshall Opinion Columnist Juniors and seniors are allowed to purchase a parking pass, permitting them to park in the lots. Juniors share with a partner, and seniors get their own. Seems like a perfect system, right? Well, it’s not…. Read More ›
Josie Krueger Entertainment Columnist Our Earth is important! International holiday Earth Day 2018 will take place on April 22. It should be a day to support environmental protection and appreciate this beautiful living sphere that we call the Earth. Here… Read More ›
Greg Frazier Sports Columnist Despite expectations from fellow goalkeepers and herself, freshman Sonia Bergfeld took to the pitch to play full time in the first game of the season against Liberty (Wentzville) at Lou Fusz Soccer Park on March 23…. Read More ›
Josie Krueger Entertainment Columnist I stood amongst the countless Sartorians who had gathered to see their idol in the flesh– renowned musician, social media star and actor Jacob Sartorius at The Pageant on Saturday, Feb. 10. Sartorius signed with RCA… Read More ›
Sean Mullins Technology Columnist When a franchise’s future is handed to a different creator, it can take that series in interesting new directions. However, “Scribblenauts Showdown” is a word of warning that a new direction isn’t always the best. The… Read More ›
Eleanor Marshall Opinion Columnist News flash: eating disorders are a disease. I know it’s hard to picture something Hollywood glamorizes so much as a bad thing, but yes, it’s true: eating disorders are a disease, and a fairly common one… Read More ›
Eleanor Marshall Opinion Columnist Making marijuana legal would greatly benefit the United States economically and politically. It would also increase safety for its citizens. This doesn’t mean I’m necessarily promoting the use of marijuana, rather explaining the advantages of its… Read More ›
Josie Krueger Entertainment Columnist During Black History Month, people recognize well-known African American figures in history who fought for or took steps towards racial equality: Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X, Rosa Parks, Thurgood Marshall, Harriet Tubman, etc. However, African-American… Read More ›
Josie Krueger Entertainment Columnist Amidst the growing movements such as “#metoo” and “Time’s Up,” many survivors of sexual assault and abuse have bravely come forward to share their stories. Growing exposure to sexual assault stories has been met with support and… Read More ›
Sean Mullins Technology Columnist Nintendo’s foray into mobile gaming succeeded by scaling down beloved games for mobile while retaining the key elements of their predecessors. However, its latest mobile release, “Animal Crossing Pocket Camp,” is missing the wrong elements. Animal… Read More ›