Why I Dislike The Heat

March 28, 2020

By Christian Sosa ’20 There are many reasons to dislike the heat ranging from the obvious such as the surplus of insect and bug populations during the summer to the simple yet all-encompassing fact that […]


Knowing How to Cook and Why it’s Important

December 2, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 While cooking itself is not exactly difficult, it can take time to get consistently good results. Cooking can also get rather boring since the amount of time it takes depends on […]

screenshot of when the fathers face basically melted. i re-watched the movie on a website called tubitv.com

Horror movies have lost their

November 4, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 The earliest horror movie I remember watching was called The Gate in which two kids discover a hole in the ground caused by tree removal and find out they accidentally opened […]


Do violent video games make teens violent?

March 29, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 Violent video games are blamed for making children or people, in general, more violent. The media might be so quick to pin the blame on video games as the cause for […]


Dark Souls Remastered: Old Game, New Graphics

January 28, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 Dark Souls Remastered was released on May 25, 2018 by Bandai Namco at 1080p and 60fps with the dlc included with the main game. DSR is filled with interesting cinematics, enemies, […]


Stroud Class Changing Columbus Day

October 24, 2017

By Christian Sosa ’20 Torey Stroud,U.S. History teacher, and his class are taking part in an ongoing process of changing Columbus day to Native Americans day in the U.S.A as a sign of respect towards […]


Ms.Kaegi: русская учительница

March 9, 2017

By Christian Sosa ’20 Freshmen and sophomores may not know much about this Russian teacher for juniors and seniors and what kind of person she is. She is a really nice and interesting person. Some […]