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348 Art Gallery

By VARSHA BADAVIDE Staff Writer Accompanying the events held for Fine Arts Week last week, UHS’ Fine Arts Department set up an art display, called the “348 Art Gallery”, showcasing a wide variety of artwork created by the 348 students enrolled in UHS’ art classes. Featuring a plethora of astonishing works including paintings, sketches, photography,...

Captive State: a Movie Review
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Captive State: a Movie Review

By ARIA SALESSI Staff Writer Captive State is a sci-fi film directed by Rupert Wyatt, following the citizens of Chicago, which has been invaded and taken over by extraterrestrial life forms. The film stars Ashton Sanders as Gabriel and John Goodman as William, and has made a total of 3 million on a 25 million...

Fine Arts Week Highlights
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Fine Arts Week Highlights

    By GRACE LIU & VARSHA BADAVIDE Staff Writers From March 11 to March 15, UHS’ campus bustled with activity, excitement, and most importantly, art, as UHS ASB hosted its annual Fine Arts Week. It is an event that showcases all the visual and performing arts programs at UHS. “We started planning Fine Arts...

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Period. End of Sentence.

  By GRACE LIU Staff Writer This February, UHS alumna Rayka Zehtabchi won the 2019 Oscar award for best documentary short, making her the first Iranian-American woman to win an Oscar. Period. End of Sentence. was initially released in April of 2018 and documents the story of women in a rural village outside of Delhi,...

Greta: a Movie Review
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Greta: a Movie Review

By ARIA SALESSI Staff Writer Everyone needs a friend. Greta is a psychological thriller directed by Neil Jordan, with Chloe Grace Moretz as Frances and Isabelle Huppert as Greta. The film was released on March 1, 2019. Greta has a 66% on Rotten Tomatoes. In a review with Entertainment Weekly, Leah Greenblatt said, “Greta turns...

Isn’t It Romantic: a Movie Review
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Isn’t It Romantic: a Movie Review

By ARIA SALESSI Staff Writer Although Valentine’s Day has passed, a romantic comedy is a perfect film for any occasion, so this weekend, buy a big bucket of popcorn and settle down to watch Isn’t It Romantic. Starring Pitch Perfect’s Rebel Wilson, the film is a romantic comedy directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and was released...

Strange the Dreamer
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Strange the Dreamer

BY MAXIM JONES Staff Writer Strange The Dreamer is a novel by the author Laini Taylor. This story takes place in an older timeline with hints of unworldly wonders in it. The main character, Lazlo Strange, is an orphan that becomes a mentor librarian in the city of Zosmo where he was raised. He is...

The Prodigy: a Movie Review
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The Prodigy: a Movie Review

By ARIA SALESSI Staff Writer It has been a while since a film using the classic creepy child trope has been released and luckily, on February 8, 2019, The Prodigy hit theater screens. This horror/thriller was directed by Nicolas McCarthy, and has so far received low ratings, with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 43%. Sarah...