By Ethan Preston
After establishing their name in rap culture forever, surpassing legends such as 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G. and Nas, and revolutionizing the game, Migos have won the Pulitzer Prize after they published their first book “The Wheels On The Bus Go (Skrrt Skrrt),” a novel praised for its thematic significance. Continue reading “Migos Win Pulitzer Prize”
Compiled by Sophie Poole, Photos by Annie Poole This year, the theme of the Fine Arts Showcase is Magic and Fantasy. This topic has inspired the student artwork below. If your art was showcased here and not credited, please contact us. Continue reading Fine Arts Showcase: Magic and Fantasy
By Zahra Sow
As a Senegalese girl, seeing “Black Panther” was an emotional journey filled with pride and astonishment. I could relate to many of the moments in the film–especially those which were inspired by African culture. Continue reading “For A Senegalese Girl, The Importance of “Black Panther””
By Annie Poole
Timothée Chalamet is not the only reason to see Luca Guadagnino’s most recent movie, “Call Me By Your Name,” although the 22-year-old actor is nominated for Best Actor at the Oscars and the movie is nominated for Best Picture. This wistful depiction of desire and a first love, portrayed through Chalamet’s boyish innocence, will have you ponder what love means to you.
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By Belle Arenson, Brenna Class-Welch, Lauren Umbehocker
Everyone knows Valentine’s Day as a holiday full of love, romance, and stuffing your face with chocolate your mom gave you at ungodly hours of the night. But most aren’t aware of the true – and less beautiful – origins of this celebration of romance. Continue reading “From Pagan Celebrations to Cheesy Cards, the Evolution of Valentine’s Day”
By Annie Poole
The culture shift in Hollywood surrounding sexual assault and harassment needs to happen within the halls of our high school. Silence is no longer an option; time’s up. Continue reading “Time’s Up: Moving the #MeToo Movement to MIHS”
By Lucille Shield
“Good Kids,” a PG-13 play, addresses teenagers, rape, social media, and victim-blaming — and is one of the most provocative plays MIHS has produced yet. Based on the 2012 Steubenville High School rape case, “Good Kids” follows high school student Chloe’s story of sexual assault.
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