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Breaking records

Breaking records

Brooke McKelvey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 30, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs, Movie Night, Opinions

If you didn’t see “Avengers: Infinity War” over the weekend, chances are it’s already been spoiled for you from whispers in the hallways. With ticket sales surpassing every movie that came before it, Marvel and non-Marvel alike, “Infinity War” is not only the top movie of the weekend, but p...

‘Love, Simon’ proves gay representation matters

‘Love, Simon’ proves gay representation matters

Katherine Stallard, Arts and Culture Editor

April 24, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture, Opinions

As hundreds of thousands of people flock to the movie theaters for yet another new film release, the name on the marquee is not the average ill-taste comedy flick or violent, fast-moving action adventure. This time around, it’s a new-fangled romantic comedy based off of a young adult book called ...

The dark side of American politics

The dark side of American politics

Aleks Brooks, Advertising Manager

April 24, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture, Opinions

"Chappaquiddick" is a documentary film about the Chappaquiddick accident and how  Ted Kennedy attempted to cover up his role in the introduce this first accident and deceive the public regarding his involvement in the Chappaquiddick accident. The Chappaquiddick incident was a car crash that occurred on Cha...

The Garden flourishes in aftermath of new album

The Garden flourishes in aftermath of new album

Katherine Stallard, Arts and Culture Editor

April 17, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture

Strong, loud, and emblazoned, The Garden’s new 12 song album is coming in hot with another smashing amount of fast-paced tunes. Small, underground band The Garden, finally released their well awaited album “Mirror Might Steal Your Charm” and while the band may not be a name well known, the duo h...

‘A Quiet Place’ deserves praise

‘A Quiet Place’ deserves praise

Sarah Heiden, Photo Editor

April 16, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture, Blogs, Opinions

Opening on Thurs. April 6, “A Quiet Place” scored a 96% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and there is no doubt that it deserves it. Director John Krasinski, who is well known for his role in the U.S. version of “The Office”, explores the lengths parents are willing to go to in order to protect their...

Showing off

Showing off

Brooke McKelvey, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 11, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture, Current Events, Top Stories

In their most recent appearance, Thespian Troupe 1915 gave it their all at the State Festival in Salem, Ore. April 5-7 coming out on top in many categories. This success was the product of over two months of planning and rehearsals, many Thespians working diligently throughout the weeks leading up to t...

Welcome to the New Jumanji

Welcome to the New Jumanji

Alex Bischel, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture

“Jumanji” hit the screens for the second time, the first being 1995 as "Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle". This newer version of the movie portrays a group of people being inserted into a game reality, but this time it’s a video game instead of a board game. After a group of outcast kids are brough...

Why ‘The Post’ easily influences viewers worldwide

Why ‘The Post’ easily influences viewers worldwide

Skylar Moore, WLHSnow Staff

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture

It only takes the short two hours of Steven Spielberg's “The Post” for viewers to walk away wanting to make their own difference on the world.   The film takes place in the 1970’s, where two newspaper companies battle to cover the story of the massive government secrets that have been hidde...

Dunkirk Movie Review

Dunkirk Movie Review

Mackenzie Banner, WLHSnow Staff

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture

The lack of dialogue doesn’t take away from the emotions and actions seen throughout the movie “Dunkirk.” Christopher Nolan does a great job of capturing the cinematography in the movie and making it feel as though you are on the beach with the soldiers. Themes seen throughout this film include ti...

Mars takes off

Mars takes off

Ben Lee, WLHSnow Staff

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture

Bruno Mars has taken over 2018’s Billboard Awards with his 24K Magic Album. With five nominations: best music video, R&B song of the year, song of the year, top R&B artist, and finally male artist of the year; it is clear that he has no current equal. Photo Courtesy of Flickr The album song nom...

Female Artist of the Year

Female Artist of the Year

Kellen Flynn, WLHSnow Staff

March 2, 2018


Filed under Arts and Culture

Taylor Swift, Rihanna, P!NK, Alessia Cara, Halsey. The IHeartRadio awards are coming up and it’s anyone’s guess to who will take the award for Best Female Artist. The clear frontrunner is Taylor Swift, after being absent from the top charts for a while, she released  “Look what you made m...

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