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Greta Van Fleet Struts Down “The Battle at Garden’s Gate”

Nico Peragine, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

Michigan hard rock band Greta Van Fleet’s sophomore studio record “The Battle at Garden’s Gate” tackles the sound of numerous 1960s and 1970s bands, such as Led Zeppelin, in its lengthy runtime....

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Student Recognized in State Competition for Ceramic Artwork

Sofia Sarak and Claudisson Paul February 11, 2021

Ivana Nique was one of the six Stamford High students recently recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for their artwork. Nique, a junior, won two Gold Key awards in the Connecticut regional...

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The Strawberry Hill Players’ Method for Virtual Success

Gabriella Argenio, Reporter February 5, 2021

Among many activities that the pandemic has disrupted, Stamford High’s Drama Club, The Strawberry Hill Players, seems to be one of its biggest. It is hard to find a way to sing, dance and act on stage,...

Taylor Swift Masterfully Continues Her Exploration into Folk Music

Gracie Marcinczyk, Staff Writer January 30, 2021

Taylor Swift took the internet by surprise on December 20, 2020 with a social media post announcing her new album “evermore,” set to be released that same night at midnight, making it her second surprise...

Is Hyperpop the Future of the Music Industry?

Is Hyperpop the Future of the Music Industry?

Nico Peragine, Staff Writer December 22, 2020

Music is an enduring and ever-evolving form of media, so it is only natural for the question of “what is next?” to spring up quite often. While subgenres such as lowercase, cloud rap, and witch house...

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“Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be”: A Must-Read For All Students Applying to College

Sofia Sarak, Editor-in-Chief December 16, 2020

I am a senior in high school, on the brink of finding out which colleges and universities will welcome me to their campuses and which, to my disappointment, will reject me. Even though my parents never...

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Madrigal Singers to Host ‘Holiday Night’ Virtual Concert Monday

Paige Cahoon, Correspondent December 12, 2020

Following the recent success of their Disney Night, the Madrigal singers will be hosting a virtual Holiday Night in order to safely spread cheer during this unusual holiday season. Unfortunately, we cannot...

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Popular Multi-Media Game “Among Us” Takes Appstores by Storm

Emma Reiter, Contributing Writer November 29, 2020

  The new game, “Among Us” becomes one of the most popular electronic games since... The game is available on PC and mobile. All players can customize their character's colors, hats, skins,...

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Ariana Grande’s R&B Aspirations Come to Fruition on “Positions”

Cathleen Perdomo, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

After the release of her most critically acclaimed album “thank u, next” in 2019, many believed that Ariana Grande wouldn’t release another album for a very long time. Surprisingly, she tweeted in...

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Deep Sea Diver Carries “Impossible Weight”

Nico Peragine, Staff Writer November 10, 2020

Rating: 8.5/10 Seattle pop-rock band Deep Sea Diver’s third studio record “Impossible Weight” addresses frontwoman Jessica Dobson’s battles with depression and loneliness in its complex tracklist....

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SHS Band Tackled Covid-19

Shaina Bond, Contributing Writer October 23, 2020

With sports at the top of the totem pole, the arts are often left in the dust. Many proposals have been brought to the table to create safe environments for both outdoor and indoor sports, yet the arts...

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Tenet Offers a Thrilling Visual Ride

Hailey DeMarco, Staff Writer October 6, 2020

Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is a groundbreaking action-thriller that leaves the audience pondering what they thought they knew about the concept of time. The film stars partner spies Neil (played by Robert...

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