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Rue and Jules became an item in the first season, becoming loved by fans as the season progressed. Season two is anticipated for a multitude of reasons, but the relationship between Rue and Jules is universally loved by the Euphoria fanbase.

Predictions: Euphoria season two

Karina Rower, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 7, 2022

Warning: The following article contains mentions of sexual assault and drug abuse, as well as spoilers for the first season of “Euphoria”.  In 2021, HBO's "Euphoria" was made known for an amalgamation...

Joan Didion permanently changed the world of writing, reading, and journalism.

Remembering Joan Didion

Lillian Gottschling, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 5, 2022

On Dec. 23, 2021, news regarding the death of Joan Didion broke, causing a flurry of commemorations, remembrances, and tributes to the writer. Didion’s impact on the landscape of modern journalism cannot...

Amplifier teaser: Emotion behind the lyrics

Amplifier teaser: “Emotion behind the lyrics”

Mallory Cooper, Lifestyle Editor January 4, 2022

At the end of the first semester, the Amplifier will be releasing the first issue of the 2021-2022 school year. Two students; Avery Mickey, junior, and Tiffany Utley, sophomore; were interviewed about...

Spotify Wrapped: The most streamed albums globally in 2021

Spotify Wrapped: The most streamed albums globally in 2021

Lilly Augustyn, Current Events Editor December 16, 2021
Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album, "Sour", reached number one on most streamed albums globally. Her top streamed song off of this album is “Drivers License”, released on Jan. 8, 2021, with the full album being released May 21, 2021. With the Grammys in late January, Rodrigo was nominated for six, including Best New Artist.  

Old Willamette Holiday Lights

Megan Devall, Sports Editor December 9, 2021

This year, Old Willamette underwent major amounts of construction. Just in time for the holiday season, everything is finished and ready to go. Old Willamette is featuring lots of fun holiday lights all...

Gracing the cover of “Red (Taylor’s Version)”, Swift dons her iconic red lipstick.

A mosaic masterpiece

Lillian Gottschling, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2021

As an amalgamation of harrowing heartbreak, all-encompassing jubilance, new beginnings, youthful vibrance, and wounding nostalgia, “Red (Taylor’s Version)” is an album for dreamers and cynics alike....

The Den Improv Troupe

Kaelin Kehm, Kaleidoscope Editor December 2, 2021

A behind the scenes look at an improv rehearsal with an interview from Artistic Director and Educator for Infinite Improv, Eric Nepom.

AOCs “Tax the Rich” dress owes debt in multiple states

AOC’s “Tax the Rich” dress owes debt in multiple states

Lilly Augustyn, Current Events Editor November 19, 2021

Aurora James, designer and owner of the brand Brother Vellies, called her dress a “powerful message”. This message said “tax the rich”, written in bright red on the back of a white dress that was...

The 2021 Dune film adaptation came out to glowing reviews, but its 1984 predecessor has a very different legacy.

Dune: past and present

Audrey Lippert, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2021

The Dimeo crime family and Dickie Multosanti look at the burning buildings in the distance during the 1967 Newark Riots.

Review: “The Many Saints of Newark”

Noa Richardson, Staff Reporter October 28, 2021

This article will contain spoilers for both “The Sopranos” and “The Many Saints Of Newark”.   It's been 14 years since the infamous last episode of the HBO series “The Sopranos'' aired,...

Halloween Horror Nights

Kaelin Kehm and Stevie Wideman October 28, 2021

Kaelin Kehm hosts her Halloween Horror Nights Hollywood 2021 documentary with original instrumentals by Stevie Wideman. Halloween Horror Nights is an event that takes place at both Universal Studios...

During COVID-19, some celebrities havent been the most relatable, and we cant help but poke fun at their cluelessness.

Read the room

Myrtle Guarisco, Opinions Editor October 14, 2021

Over the past year and a half, the world has turned upside down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As of this past month, there have been 43.9 million reported cases of the virus and 704 thousand deaths from...

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