First impressions of The Bachelorette 2016

After Ben Higgins broke Joelle (Jo Jo) Fletcher’s heart in the finale of “The Bachelor” Season 20, the contestant retaliated at the “After the Final Rose” ceremony by announcing that she would assume the position of Bachelorette in the upcoming season. However, the highly anticipated premier of Jo Jo’s season of the Bachelorette, which aired on Monday, May 24, 2016, received mixed emotions from viewers. … Continue reading First impressions of The Bachelorette 2016

Movies to watch out for this February

Everybody loves to watch movies. Whether it’s with your friends or family, the cinema brings people together to laugh, cry, and smile. Here are a few upcoming movies for you to enjoy in the month of February. On Feb. 12, Marvel’s new comedy “Deadpool” hits the big screens. The movie centers around a Special Forces officer turned mercenary named Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) who gains … Continue reading Movies to watch out for this February

Student Reviews of Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” Music Video

Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” music video has taken the world by storm this past week. Since its release at this year’s Billboard Music Awards, it has set a VEVO world record by gaining 20.1 million views in the first 24 hours and just yesterday, the song topped the Billboard Top 100 Chart. Check out what three of your fellow MIHS students had to say about Swift’s … Continue reading Student Reviews of Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” Music Video

Avenue Q School Edition: Not Your Average Puppet Show

After Youth Theatre Northwest’s successful run of Spring Awakening last year, the children’s theatre decided to tackle yet another musical aimed at a high school audience. Avenue Q School Edition is a hilarious coming-of-age story that delivers important life lessons to the tune of catchy songs sung by a cast of Sesame Street-style puppets. The talented high school cast of this production eloquently handles the … Continue reading Avenue Q School Edition: Not Your Average Puppet Show