May 2012 archive

Humorous ‘Vaude Ville’ dazzles

World history teacher Gary Colletti and earth science teacher Caleb Lamont directed “Vaude Ville,” the latest school play.

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Review: The Pirates: Band of Misfits

Although advertising depicts “The Pirates: Band of Misfits” as a must-see animated film for children, the best part of the film is not the “Ham Nite” or the “luxuriantly-bearded” captain but the ending, since the film is a weak attempt to make an animated comedy.

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Review: Vulnerable

While other bands have turned to different genres, The Used have managed to provide fresh sound and variety while staying true to their emo-pop roots. Their new album “Vulnerable” is one of their best since the band had 100% percent creative control.

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Review: Disney’s Chimpanzee

“Chimpanzee” takes viewers on an adventure through a jungle in the Tai Forest of the Ivory Coast Region in West Africa.

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Column: Seniors slump after spring break

Springtime has always meant the same thing for high school students across the country: sunshine, flip-flops and senioritis.

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