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Bibliomania Captivates with Horror and Surprise

THE MAIN CHARACTER IN FRONT OF SMALL MOMENTS IN BIBLIOMANIA. The character depicted is named Alice and was created by Ooboru and Macchiro as part of Bibliomania.This image was made from manga panels, as a sort of collage, to show some of the intrigue of the manga in a unique way. Alice is part one of the few characters in manga who shows the ways obsession can ruin. Not only that, but it delves into the way this obsession can affect others and the different ways it manifests.  Image by Mary Jane Alexander. Bibliomania is an

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Bo Burnham’s “Inside” Mix Of Comedy and Music

VIEWING “INSIDE” INSIDE A CLASS. Christine Bell (left, 12) and Conor Grace (right, 12) watch Bo Burnham’s Netflix comedy special, “Inside” during their free period. “You don’t get bored of it because there’s constantly something new,” said Grace while watching the hour and a half film for yet another time. The musical comedy show, shot and edited over the course of a year amidst quarantine, features laughable and relatable songs that have resonated with many youths and helped put the experience of many during COVID into the

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Overview of President Trump’s Term

Here, Junior Anya Fouts expresses her thoughts about Biden becoming the new president. She says “I just hope that Biden can bring the country back together, because we honestly need it.” Photo By: Anya Fouts Author: Jasmine Alvarez



Now that Donald Trump’s term has finally come to an end, many are left wondering what actions Biden will take to undo some of Trump's executive orders. In 2016, when Trump was announced

president, he immediately took his rants, and started posting his opinions

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“Wonder Woman 1984” Ropes In New Viewers For HBO Max

WW84 Boosts HBO Max. Since its premier, "Wonder Woman 1984 "has increased subscribers for HBO MAX. "Wonder Woman 1984" premiered on HBO Max and in theaters simultaneously on Christmas Day, but the movie was a disappointment for some fans including, freshman Theo Kofahl who said, “The movie was terrible compared to the last one.” Article & Photo By: Evan Mirante With COVID-19 forcing many blockbuster movies to be postponed, one of the highly anticipated releases of 2020 was Wonder Woman 1984. It was released on Christmas

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Movie Review Of Pixar’s Newly Released “Soul”

“Soul” came out on December 25, 2020, on Disney Plus. This movie follows the adventures of Joe Gardner, played by Jamie Foxx, and Number 22, played by Tina Fey. This Pixar film teaches the audience about the purpose of life. Not only is the film hilarious, but it’s also heartwarming. Article & Photo By: Maddie Sanabria If you are looking for a good family-friendly movie to watch, this Pixar movie should be on your list. On December 25, 2020, Pixar released a new film called “Soul.” This film starred Jamie Foxx, the voice

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Santa Rosa High School Virtual Dance Reviw

Dancing Through The Screen. DJ Dustin throws out some jams for everyone who attended the first ever Santa Rosa High School virtual dance due to COVID-19. While some students liked the dance how it was, some wished they could’ve seen the other people who attended the dance. ¨My girlfriend and sister, both of whom are panthers, joined to watch the dance on the TV,¨ said senior Nikolai Gurtovoy.Photo By: Tara Elsa Article By: Leilah Sterck This year, Santa Rosa High School held its first virtual dance. Due to COVID-19, the

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“The Social Dilemma” – Documentary Review

“The Social Dilemma” just released to Netflix this year. This documentary entails past employees from various social media platforms explaining that social networking platforms are all a feature, not a bug. Karina Pelayo, a Freshman at Santa Rosa High School, gives her personal insight: “The documentary really brought to light how addicting social media can be. It shows how much all this new technology has created a separate world from the real one we live in, where there is never only one truth. There are just many different

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