Quote for the Soul

Lauren Lauletta '20, Writer

November 27, 2017

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith is my favorite book because it reminds me so much of my mother, and how she managed to rise up in a society where there were more negative influences than positive ones.  I found out abou...

Good Omens review

October 27, 2017

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In the popular show Supernatural, two brothers crisscross the country killing monsters and standing up to the powers of both Heaven and Hell. Throughout its thirteen seasons, its gained a fairly large (almost cult-like) followin...

Making a choice

Sam Morad

March 17, 2017

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Anticipating the next Nicholas Sparks novel is something most of us have felt at one time or another in our lives. Nicholas Sparks is an award-winning, famous author known all around the country as the man with the ability to...

Book brings light to life

Casey Spencer '17

February 28, 2017

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When dealing with high school, it's hard enough being a normal teenager that has to go through all the teenage drama and adapt to the changing hormones that come along with being a teenager. For Maddie Flynn, being a teenage high...

Let it snow

Emily Faust '17

February 16, 2017

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Looking back on the Christmas season, we tend to think about the rushing around and the need to make sure the holidays are the best they could possibly be. End your holidays right with the book Let it Snow by authors Maureen Johnson,...

Sparks Fly

Samantha Morad '17

February 16, 2017

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When the general population discovers an amazing book and makes it a best seller, it is often produced as a movie. Books like The Hunger Games, If I Stay, The Girl on the Train, etc. have all been produced as movies. Readers want...

Another World

Bria Lamonica, Editor-in-chief

February 16, 2017

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Never even thinking about picking up a science fiction book, I walked along the rows of books at Barnes and Noble, searching for a cover that would draw my attention. Picking up The Magicians because of the giant tree on the c...

Lone Wolf

Emily Faust '17

February 16, 2017

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As the winter season rolls around, the holidays remind people how important family truly is. Families fight, they can disappoint each other, and they can sometimes drive each other crazy. Christmas time helps us to put our differences...

Column 4- “Let It Snow”

Emily Faust' 17

February 16, 2017

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“The Winter Wishers”   Looking back on the Christmas season, we tend to think about the rushing around and the need to make sure the holidays are the best they could possibly be. End your holidays right with the...

Column- “Lone Wolf”

February 16, 2017

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As the winter season rolls around, the holidays remind people how important family truly is. Families fight, they can disappoint each other, and they can sometimes drive each other crazy. Christmas time helps us to put our differences...

Book opens magic to world

Bria Lamonica '17

February 8, 2017

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Never even thinking about picking up a science fiction book, I walked along the rows of books at Barnes and Noble, searching for a cover that would draw my attention. Picking up The Magicians novel because of the giant tree on ...

Column-Nineteen Minutes

January 20, 2017

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Title: “The Thanksgiving Timebomb” As we get closer to the holidays and the colder weather, a new book is a great way to utilize your free time. Try out Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult. Be aware that this adult novel may...

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