In light of Mar. 8’s International Women’s Day, social media has proven to be a powerful supporter of women’s rights. The emergence was seen in Turkey, where social media erupted with criticism over the sexual assault and murder of young Turkish student, Ozgecan Aslan. “A country woke up,” […]
With its record-breaking Tony wins, multiple revivals, and easily recognizable tunes, “Hello, Dolly!” has truly become a Broadway classic, making the artists involved in its production, like Louis Armstrong and Carol Channing, household names. This year, under the conscientious guidance of Math teacher and veteran director, Mr. Tom […]
Outdoor concert season is quickly approaching, and the release of festival line-ups is a common topic among students. On Jan. 17, the 2015 Firefly Music Festival lineup was finally unveiled. The festival occurs annually at The Woodlands in Dover, DE and will take place over from June 18 to […]
Twitter and Vine have taken the social media world by storm, with countless pages and profiles posting millions of videos and pictures daily. Occasionally, funny or interesting posts go “viral,” a phrase termed to explain a rapid expansion in popularity. Social media has prompted us to become obsessed […]
On March 17, St. Patrick’s Day brought lots of cheer and green to the year 2015, but very few students are actually aware of what the holiday is about. St. Patrick’s Day began as a religious holiday in celebration of the Romano-British Saint Patrick, who became a bishop in […]
This Saturday, the world will be celebrating the wonder of pi. No, it is not the classic “grandma’s house” dessert, but it is something just as sweet. Maybe. This day will be all about the popular numerical value commonly used in mathematics: π. From geometry to pre-calculus, almost […]
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