By SAGE LAMOTT Staff Writer The album evermore swells with maturity as Taylor Swift strings together lyrics and chords as if they were beads on a long bohemian necklace. She’s reflective of her past in a longing and folky sort of way.
Category: Arts and Entertainment
By SAGE LAMOTT Staff Writer Sitting down to watch the first episode of Emily in Paris, I was expecting a romanticized view of France from a flirty and likable narrator. That is not what I received by any account. All of the elements are there – dreamy Parisian streets, attractive French people, luxury clothes, the whole shooting match. Yet, this show is still a train-wreck.
By FARAAZ AZIZ Staff Writer Twitch, a live streaming platform used predominantly by gamers, has recently faced the challenge of dealing with copyrighted material––more specifically, how to deal with copyrighted music in streamers’ live stream.
Needles, asylums disguised as hospitals, and the consistency of the color teal are all seamlessly embedded in the new Ryan Murphy show, Ratched. Famous for his previous works including Glee, American Horror Story, and The Politician, Murphy directs an origin story for a famous justified villain.
By FARAAZ AZIZ Staff Writer
Just a few weeks after its debut, role-playing video game Genshin Impact has gained much popularity around the world with almost four million active players. Developed by Chinese company miHoYo, the game is available to play online with others or as a single player.
By SAGE LAMOTT Staff Writer
By now, the Trump TikTok controversy has become a commonly discussed topic in chat rooms and households around the United States. The bigger question teenagers are posing is why? Why target this specific company and yet continue to ignore Facebook’s spreading of misinformation, largely propagated by his own supporters?
COVID-19 has impacted many industries when people were advised to enter into quarantine, including the anime industry where certain titles had to be postponed. Many creators sincerely apologized and promised to resume their work once things got situated throughout the pandemic.
Throughout all of the film director Quentin Tarantino's movies, there is a distinct sense of individualism and uniqueness that’s rarely seen in other films. Tarantino is often called a film genius and one of the greatest independent filmmakers of all time.
After the school closures that went into effect March 13, 2020, many teenagers found themselves in a predicament. After all of their complaining about long school hours and busy schedules, students across the country found their schedules completely free while attending virtual classes. What once would have seemed like a dream come true turned out to be a moment of disillusionment, and young people flocked to the internet in search of the connection lost due to COVID-19.
At UHS, there are two classes that count for both PE and Art credit: Color Guard and Dance (Tech 1, Tech 1, Khana Chor, and Dance Company). Although there have been no in-person practices, these students had to stay artistic and physically active in order to maintain their skill. However, quarantine has made a dramatic impact on their daily lives.