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Hidden Figures is a fantastic movie, with lots of hidden qualities.

Hidden Figures is a fantastic movie, with lots of hidden qualities.

Alex Bischel, WLHSnow Staff

October 16, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories

“Hidden Figures” is a dramatic yet realistic movie where colored people have to deal with segregation and persevere to gain respect. The movie did a great job of making me feel sympathy for the colored people of the story, and how they were treated by everyone else. As the colored women continue t...

Is the iPhone 8 really just an iPhone 7s?

Is the iPhone 8 really just an iPhone 7s?

Ji Hyun An, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories

Apple is back at it again with the new iPhones. What? iPhones? Plural? Yes, the multinational technology company released the highly anticipated iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and the iPhone X on its 10 anniversary, Oct. 12.  Preceding the release of the smartphones, rumours saying the next iPhone would ha...

Five Netflix movies you should watch

Five Netflix movies you should watch

Wally Milner, Coverage Editor

October 4, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Movie Night, Top Stories

It’s somewhat ironic that, in an age where access to entertainment is more widespread than ever, it seems impossible to decide what to watch. Netflix has thousands of movies, but scrolling through them to find the right one can often seem more trouble than it’s worth. To help you along in your searc...

“Dunkirk”: A visual masterpiece

“Dunkirk”: A visual masterpiece

Matilda Milner, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Top Stories

I walked in to see “Dunkirk” feeling optimistic, excited to see a film that my friends had raved about. I walked out of “Dunkirk” feeling as though I, myself, had suffered the horrors of war. It captured emotion excellently. “Dunkirk” takes place toward the end of WWII in Dunkirk, Fra...

Theater’s quest

Theater’s quest

Brooke McKelvey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Current Events, Top Stories

Instead of slowly easing into new classes and activities, the drama department wasted no time before diving into this year’s fall musical: “Spamalot.” “Spamalot” is a comedic spinoff of the 1975 film “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” following the tale of King Arthur and other knights o...

Static Spider-Man

Static Spider-Man

Philip Chan, Copy Editor

August 29, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Movie Night, Top Stories

Amazing. Spectacular. Sensational. There’s no shortage of words to describe Marvel Comic’s web-slinging teen, Peter Parker. The latest Spidey flick, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” with Tom Holland, scored high with critics and audiences. However, I have a problem with the film's structure and Pet...

Slashing Cliches; A Cabin in the Woods Review

Slashing Cliches; A Cabin in the Woods Review

Angel Abraham-Rodriguez, Journalism Staff

June 21, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture

  Everyone knows the basic horror story setting: a group of  naive teenagers, alone for the weekend with no idea how to survive a mass murderer. Movies use this technique again and again, but what happens when the cliches are slashed?   Released in 2012, “Cabin in the Woods” f...

Changing the universe

Changing the universe

Brooke McKelvey, People Editor

May 19, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs

Taking over the top spot in box office sales, “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” leaves zero doubt that it is one of the best works produced by Marvel Studios, and perhaps one of the best works of the year. Following the events in “Guardians of the Galaxy,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”...

Four plays for Shorts 18

Four plays for Shorts 18

Nalini Oliver, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor

May 3, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Current Events, Top Stories

With one of the two final productions ending the school year, the newest student directed plays, “Shorts 18,” will hit center stage on May 4. With four diverse dramas, comedies, and everything in between, hopes are high for students acting and producing the plays for opening night. “I auditio...

Like Hayao, like Goro

Like Hayao, like Goro

Ji Hyun An, Head Print Editor

May 3, 2017


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs

Following your father’s footsteps is generally a hard task to do. But if your father is the most successful film-maker of the mecca of animation, Japan,--well, let’s just say it’s a lot harder. However, Goro Miyazaki, son of Hayao Miyazaki, co-founder of the top animation studio, Studio Ghibli...

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