I’ve read a lot of books since the pandemic started, some better than others, and I thought I would share the best five I’ve read in no particular order."
- frankie ettinger, 11th grade
"You are being sold ideas. And you are in turn for sale. Your thoughts, opinions, worldviews, and subconscious mind is all for sale—and it is being sold for a high price." -- Joaquin Montes de Oca, 8th Grade
"A personal favorite of mine, dorohedoro is among my favorite anime, and one made in a way that does the plot and its world justice."
The Hunger Games is arguably one of the most influential children’s books. It’s hard to read it without seeing the parallels to world problems today. I’m going to be going over some of the largest implications of The Hunger Games series. -- June price, 6th grade
"American heavy metal band Mudvayne have announced their return after 11 years of Inactivity. The band formed in 1996 before disbanding in 2010 and are known for their songs “Dig,” “Not Falling,” and “Happy?”, as well as for the iconic “Brr Brr Deng” memes. After more than a decade of wondering if the band would ever reform, we finally have our answer. It’s a resounding yes."
Even before the announcement of the Academy, Nomadland had been claimed the best movie of the year. Gaining praise and popularity from its use of real nomads to just the overall structure of the film. But does Nomadland really deserve all the hype? Here, we’ll take a deep dive into this admired road film. -- Piper Stuip, 7th grade
"Anything could be expected in the movie, since the story of Shang-Chi hasn’t been told often. Shang-Chi isn’t as well known as other superheroes like Iron Man or the Hulk but there is a possibility future Marvel projects will change that."-- Jif Dillemuth, 8th grade
"March 10th is a very special day for gamers, some more than others". -Kamaria Williams, 9th grade
How did Katy Perry fade from our memories so quickly?
-i am not okay with this is a rather simple show on a small scale about how little things lead to big results. - Bryson saunders-beckles, grade 10