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The King Has Returned

The King Has Returned

Camille Curtis, Reporter

September 7, 2017


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As of May 2017, director, actor, and producer Jon Favreau began his production of the live-action version of one of the most world renowned classics, The Lion King. He first announced it by posting a picture of the actor Donald Glover quoting a famous song and line from the movie, “I just can't wait...

Dunkirk

Dunkirk

Cody Krutzsch, Reporter

September 3, 2017


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The War Movie My opinion will come out in my writing, why? Because I am a Christopher Nolan Fanatic. Nolan, arguably one of the greatest filmmakers of our time, has taken on many daunting tasks throughout his years as a director. His last movie, Interstellar, was a worldwide sensation that captiv...

‘ZZA New Casual Spot in Town

‘ZZA New Casual Spot in Town

Noah Brown, Editor-in-Chief

August 18, 2017


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With the opening of ‘ZZA Pizza and Salad on Skinker Blvd., iconic St. Louisan and owner of Pi Chris Sommers fulfills an old desire of his: opening a fast-casual pizza restaurant. The concept is as clever as the name, which completes the word ‘Pizza’ in conjunction with his flagship restaurant chain...

DC Universe Rebirth

DC Universe Rebirth

Keilan Morrissey, Reporter

May 22, 2017


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“Rebirth” is a word that has shown up multiple times in the history of DC Comics. One of the most iconic publications in the Green Lantern franchise was a six-issue miniseries by Geoff Johns titled Green Lantern: Rebirth. Previous to the release of this series, the main character, Hal Jordan, had be...

Injustice 2

Injustice 2

Keilan Morrissey, Reporter

May 21, 2017


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The highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed Injustice: Gods Among Us is out, and it is blowing away the gaming and comic book communities. The first Injustice was a simple and enjoyable concept. It was essentially a fighting game like the extremely popular Mortal Kombat, which would be expected since...

Creating a Comic

Creating a Comic

Keilan Morrissey, Reporter

May 19, 2017


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A new comic book is debuting this summer, and the creators are two freshmen students at CHS. The series is drawn by Camille Curtis and written by myself, Keilan Morrissey. It is titled Abandoned Destinies. This comic has been advertised on social media through an account on Instagram with the handle @destinies_co...

Dimension 404

Dimension 404

Sean Kim, Chief Video Editor

May 15, 2017


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Hulu's "Dimension 404" is the definition of absurdity. From a video game demon to an energy drink that stretches time, each episode provides the viewer a 40-minute experience that introduces a normal situation that eventually escalates into madness. The six-part series doesn't really have any...

13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why

Barrett Bentzinger, Madeleine Ackerburg, and Sarah Stemmler

May 14, 2017


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Suicide is a difficult topic to discuss. It insists that we concentrate on the abhorrent realities of mental illness, bullying, poor family situations and differing class cultures. The lack of uniformity between each case of suicide makes the issue itself a very difficult concept to understand and...

A Literary Exploration

A Literary Exploration

Catherine Walsh, Page Editor

May 10, 2017


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Walsh takes a look into five different local bookstores throughout St. Louis

The Circle

The Circle

Victor Wei

May 10, 2017


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Set in modern day California and situated in a world eerily similar to 1984, The Circle is a sci-fi thriller that combines The Truman Show with The Social Network, in a suspenseful film that explores the danger of technology and its threats to privacy. The movie, based on Dave Eggers’ 2014 novel...

Coma Coffee

Coma Coffee

Sophie Bernstein, Page Editor

April 16, 2017


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As a high school student in desperate need of a caffeine jolt, Coma Coffee is the perfect place to go. Although the cafe was hard to find it is the hidden gem of the community. Coma Coffee is located across from the Galleria, in the lobby of the University Tower. As I walked in, I was warmly greeted by a...

Sardella

Sardella

Ashleigh Williams and Tara Williams

April 10, 2017


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Gerard Craft has a new addition to his restaurant empire: Sardella. Residing in the former home of his fine-dining restaurant, Niche, Sardella offers a more fresh and casual dining experience than its posh (but beloved) sister. Open most hours of the day, Sardella serves breakfast, lunch and dinner....

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