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  • May 14The senior class' last day is May 23.
  • May 14The honors banquet will take place on May 23 at 5:30 pm.
  • May 14Senior Renaissance will take place on May 29 in the McGowan Auditiorium.
  • May 14Matthew Oh placed first in the senior individual documentary category at state National History Day on May 10.
  • May 14The 2019 edition of Oracle is availible for pickup in the cafeteria this week
  • May 13Keystone Testing will take place this week (5/13-5/20). There will be an adjusted schedule most days.

Top 4 books to look for in 2014: Get ready to read!

Top 4 books to look for in 2014: Get ready to read!

Spencer Pechart, A&E Writer

December 13, 2013

2013 has been an incredible year for books. Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life resonated with its readers, and The New York Times praised its “combination of good writing and theatrical bravado.”  Rainbow Rowell’s debut Young Adult romance, Eleanor & Park, set in the 1980s, was named a ...

“Night Film” offers chilling, cinematic approach to storytelling (Review)

“Night Film” offers chilling, cinematic approach to storytelling (Review)

Spencer Pechart, A&E Writer

November 12, 2013

Marisha Pessl's Night Film has one of the most innovative elements to storytelling yet: the novel has a "Decoder" app available for smartphones that adds to the story. The "Decoder" app, combined with elements of action, suspense, and thriller, all equally contribute to making Night Film a novel t...

“Anatomy of a Single Girl” has something for every body (Review)

“Anatomy of a Single Girl” has something for every body (Review)

Spencer Pechart, A&E Writer

November 1, 2013

Remember the days of ardent romance? Where guys were chivalrous and girls had class? Neither does Daria Snadowsky, and her novel, “Anatomy of a Single Girl” proves this. Published in January 2013, the novel is a sequel to “Anatomy of a Boyfriend,” which was released in September 2008.  It...

Fawning over “Fangirl” (Review)

Fawning over “Fangirl” (Review)

Spencer Pechart, A&E Writer

September 27, 2013

Rainbow Rowell is back with a vengeance.  Her newest novel, Fangirl, hit the shelves on September 10 and is better than ever. The novel is about an introverted college student, Cath, who is a social outcast.  Set in a Nebraskan university, Cath struggles to make friends and her Fiction Writing class ...

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