WHAT WILL YOU READ FOR HALLOWEEN? Books are great at helping us jump into their worlds and feel things, so naturally creepy novels are probably best saved for this time of year. Books that are good for Halloween time usually involve creepy plots or Autumnal feelings. Spooky season is here! Article and Photo by Sylvia Coleman Do you ever just want to cuddle up with a good, scary book to read, or want to get in the mood for Halloween season? Well if so, then you’re in luck as this year's selection of books are perfectly
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HORROR MOVIE REACTION: Seniors Jerral Agbayani and Jaeden Callender are watching the trailer for the Blair Witch Project (1999). Agbayani said “This is the scariest thing I’ve seen since Instagram shut down yesterday.” Callender said “I’m so glad Jerral is here to protect me.” Although these students were pretty scared, they recommend this movie. Article and photo by Grace Payne The Halloween season is upon us, which means it is time to break out the scary movies. There are so many options, but which horror flick should you
HORROR GAMES VS. HORROR MOVIES: The “W, A, S, D” buttons are commonly used to control movement in video games. Horror movies are becoming blander and more boring. Horror video games, however, are becoming a better and more reliable source of entertainment that will sure to get you ready for Halloween!
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As horror movies get more and more bland, the horror game genre is growing. In this article, I will be giving some of my personal favorite horror games, and my experiences with them.
RETURN TO THE STAGE. ArtQuest levels 2 and 3 perform Theatre in Motion, their take on the Suzuki method created by avant-garde director Tadashi Suzuki. Madelaine Williams (12, center) explained the significance of the performance, saying that it “represented the trials that we’ve gone through this past year with illness and separation.” Performing Theatre in Motion is a fall ArtQuest Showcase tradition that students were happy to bring back this year. Article and Photo by Molly MurpheyArtQuest put on their annual fall showcase on
PLAGIARISM CONTROVERSY. Artists of varying media are troubled when Jake Parker, the creator, and owner of Inktober- an annual drawing challenge during the month of October- sparked some copyright issues and is accused of plagiarizing Alphonso Dunn’s book, “Pen & Ink Drawing” (2016), leading to many debates and alternatives to this upcoming year.Article, Photo, and Art by Emily Lasley Inktober is a worldwide ink drawing event for artists of many media to participate in. This annual event was loved and anticipated by many,
WARMING UP. Ms. Tusa, the choir teacher, warms up her class in the choir room. Tusa is the newest addition to the ArtQuest teaching roster, she is teaching choir as well as guitar. She is looking forward to a less stressful year, “I knew it was going to be a transition for all of us, mostly for the students. Not that we’re unaffected, we I mean adults, but we’ve had many more years of social existence, and so I really feel for the students.” With a new array of faces on campus both students and teachers are looking forward to an
AMUSING ADVISABLE ALBUMS. Music and melodies can be heard internationally, all with their own creative signatures and variety. New and old albums are being perceived constantly. I arranged a few albums I would recommend to other people, based on feelings or emotions an individual can identify with. Article and photo by Emily Lasley Fabulous Albums Music: loved by a mass of individuals far and wide, takes the hearts of content creators such as Billie Eilish, Micheal Jackson and The Weekend. Music is exceptionally diverse
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected ArtQuest’s traditions and rules that would normally be witnessed in an average school year. On August 27th, in the ArtQuest Main Office, a practical and engaging interview was conducted in a small, quiet office space featuring Evan Englar, the ArtQuest Councilor about how COVID-19 has affected ArtQuest this school year. “It was like being interviewed for a job, all over again” Englar says.Article and Photo by Emily Lasley This COVID-restricted school year has taken effect on the traditions and
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
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