Creed is a knockout

Creed is a knockout

Mike Gottschalk, Staff writer

January 12, 2016

Our very own Mike Gottschalk gives his review on recent new film, Creed.

“Comedy of Errors” has no errors

Jordyn McConnaughey, Social Media Editor

March 25, 2015

On Friday night I went to see the ever-anticipated spring play, A Comedy of Errors. The play was directed by the drama teacher, Ms. Amanda Malo, and also had a smaller cast than most plays in the past. I had heard very good things about the play from my classmates who had seen it earlier, and had very high expectations. Needless to say, I was not disappointed. The play followed the story of two sets of identical twins from different towns, who arrived in the same place and kept getting mistaken for one another.

“American Sniper” gives interesting portrayal of a soldier’s life

Michael Gottschalk, Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

Walking around the halls of Howell High, one would be hard pressed to find a person who has not seen the movie that has swept the nation this past month, American Sniper. The true story stars Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle, a US Navy SEAL sniper who is the deadliest sniper in American military history, with 160 confirmed kills.

Shrek performance blows audience away

Shrek performance blows audience away

Megan Killop, Business Manager

November 17, 2014

Everybody knows the face and voice of the green, dirty ogre named Shrek. Shrek the Musical was brought to life the past two weekends by the incredibly talented Community Theater of Howell (CTH). The cast members went above and beyond for this show and blew me away completely. By Business Manager: Megan Killop

Musings from the front row

Musings from the front row

Kyra Moen, Staff Writer

November 17, 2014

Recently, I was fortunate enough to be able to attend a concert for the indie pop band, The 1975. Admittedly, this was not my first time going to see this band in concert, (and most likely not my last), it was an experience that easily topped the first concert of theirs I attended. By Staff Writer: Kyra Moen

Don’t sweat exam week

January 15, 2014

By A&E Editor: Madison Deadman Here it is. The week we all have been dreading the most. The week we continue to put off and procrastinate. The week of 3 a.m. study sessions and mental breakdowns. That’s right, midterms. I personally do not handle this week very well; however, I think I handle it in...

Doctor Who hosts record-breaking 50th anniversary special

December 16, 2013

By Managing Editor: Amber Lee Carnahan Doctor Who began in 1963 as a series intended for educational purposes - it was planned that, through the use of time and space travel, the writers of Doctor Who could make learning more entertaining. Since then, the series has grown and expanded beyond belief. When William Hart...

Insidious sequel rakes in the dough

Alexis Klask, Staff Writer

September 24, 2013

Written By Staff Writer: Alexis Klask With a budget of a mere estimated five million dollars (being that Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End was 300 million dollars), Insidious: Chapter 2 has made eight times that and has only been in theaters for a little over a week. Director James Wan has done it again ...

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