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Meet the New SHS Band Director

Jasmine Whitfield, Arts Editor September 14, 2023

Arts Editor Jasmine Whitfield sits down (and then stands up) with our new band director and SHS alumna Melanie Jones.

Drama Club Nominated for Bevy of Awards

Isaac Sanchez, Reporter June 2, 2023

Reporter Isaac Sanchez talks to members of the drama club about the multiple Halo and Sondheim Award nominations they received.

The Prom Review

The Prom Review

Victor Amerio, Reporter May 3, 2023

The Strawberry Hill Players' production of The Prom is a satirical, dramatic, and comedic musical performed at SHS.   The Prom is about four Broadway actors, Barry Glickman (played by Max Guttman),...

The School Musical Theyd Never Show in Florida

The School Musical They’d Never Show in Florida

Lindsay Hodges, Staff Writer March 27, 2023

The time of year has come when Stamford High’s own Strawberry Hill Players eagerly await the opening of this year's spring musical: The Prom! A production that holds a lot more value than one might expect...

Is Ant Man 3 Triple the Disappointment?

Is Ant Man 3 Triple the Disappointment?

Leo Field, Staff Writer March 8, 2023

Earlier this month, Marvel Studios’ new superhero flick, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, was released in theaters across the United States. This movie is the third installment in the Ant-Man trilogy...

My 10 Greatest Movies of All Time

My 10 Greatest Movies of All Time

Daniel Campos, Staff Writer February 2, 2023

Every 10 years the British Film Institute (BFI) asks established critics and directors to list what they think are the 10 greatest films ever, then they compile two separate lists of the films that received...

Top 10 Movies of 2022

Top 10 Movies of 2022

Leo Field, Staff Writer January 24, 2023

2022 was a really great year for movies, filled with some of the decade’s biggest blockbusters as well as some of its most creative and experimental films. From dramatic character studies to campy horror...

Rian Johnson’s “Glass Onion” is a film that you can watch time and time again

Rian Johnson’s “Glass Onion” is a film that you can watch time and time again

Alexandra Gonzalez, Correspondent January 19, 2023

“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery”, directed by Rian Johnson, was released on Netflix on December 23, 2023. This film is a follow-up to Johnson's critically acclaimed 2019 murder mystery "Knives Out,"...

Michael Faherty, Kate Morton, and Lola Duhov perform their scene in the SHS auditorium.

Senior Scenes is Back!

Melia Peragine, Reporter January 17, 2023

“Senior Scenes” is an annual production organized at Stamford High School by the Strawberry Hill Players. Seniors choose a scene from a play and direct a 10-minute scene performed by underclassmen...

Why you should read Crime and Punishment

Why you should read “Crime and Punishment”

Dea Veshaj, Reporter December 19, 2022

Are you interested in changing your perspective? Reading one of the first psychological thrillers, Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky, can help you with that. Dostoevesky makes people question their...

The Menu is Deliciously Thrilling

“The Menu” is Deliciously Thrilling

Leo Field, Correspondent December 13, 2022

The Menu, a new satirical black comedy thriller movie, was released in theaters across the United States a few weeks ago.  The Menu is a movie that is bizarre yet succinct, comedic yet horrifying,...

Is The Fabelmans Worthy of the Best Picture Award?

Is “The Fabelmans” Worthy of the Best Picture Award?

Daniel Campos, Correspondent December 12, 2022

The Fabelmans, the latest film from legendary American director, Steven Spielberg, recently hit theaters. The film is about Sam Fabelman, played by Gabriel LaBelle, a Jewish boy who loves filmmaking and...

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