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It’s Kenyon not Kenya

It’s Kenyon not Kenya

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
November 3, 2016
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Kenyon College inhabits a remote vicinity within the corn fields of Gambier, Ohio, containing only 1,662 students chosen to represent the schools daunting 23.8% acceptance rate.  Regarded as an ivy league, Kenyon is known for it’s prestigious academics and famous alumni. I was granted the honorable pri...

Austin City Limits Impresses Fans Again

Austin City Limits Impresses Fans Again

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief
October 7, 2016
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Prepped and ready to go, I took on Austin City Limits for my second year. I was no longer an amateur this time around, so I was prepared for the weekend’s events. I bought a CamelBak, a small backpack that seconds as a water bottle, sunglasses and shoes that I would not miss if they were to become...

Media Monday: “Stranger Things” is a Must See

Media Monday: “Stranger Things” is a Must See

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
September 12, 2016
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Social media was overwhelmed this summer with talk of one of Netflix’s newest original series, “Stranger Things.” Chances are, after July 15, you couldn’t scroll through any of your normal feeds without coming across mention of a little girl named Eleven or ill-timed references to Christmas lights....

“Suicide Squad” Falls Short, A+ Cast, C+ Script

“Suicide Squad” Falls Short, A+ Cast, C+ Script

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
September 1, 2016
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Justice showed its bad side this summer in David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad,” the newest addition to the DC Comics Extended Universe. On Aug. 5, the DC cinematic empire was revamped by a ragtag team of villains, pulled together in a desperate attempt to protect a post-superman world. Task Force X, ...

Birdy releases junior album

Birdy releases junior album

Collyn Burke, Reporter
April 18, 2016
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In a collection of 14 songs, the young Jasmine “Birdy” van den Bogaerde, combines a mixture of sad, soulful melodies with catchy tunes that blend to make a truly moving junior album. Her third official studio album, Birdy creates a completely unique sound. The album, released March 25 by Atlantic...

And the Oscar goes to…

And the Oscar goes to…

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
March 8, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Reviews

Lights flash as the curtains open, presenting a well-dressed African American man representing all the underrepresented races in Hollywood for the night. Diamonds, gowns and tuxes were all the eye could see from the large Dolby Theater. Finally, the camera guy in the back gives the host the signal and...

Sith like the sixth

Sith like the sixth

Jake Herrick, Reporter
January 13, 2016
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Star Wars; I was so excited, I mean I was, until I actually saw it. It's not to say it was bad, it was great in the same way Jurassic World was. It was crutched by nostalgia and not much else. The leads were good, BB-8, Chewbacca, Finn and Rey (note the order of importance). But was there actually any subs...

“The Flash” is back and better than ever

“The Flash” is back and better than ever

James Shepard, Guest Contributor
December 4, 2015
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The award winning show, "The Flash," is back and better than ever in their second season on the CW.  DC Comics has released their third show that continues to be a success.  Grant Gustin plays the role of The Flash strikingly well with the help of thousands of special effects aiding in the process...

The Bikram experience and benefits of it

The Bikram experience and benefits of it

Meital Abraham, Reporter
December 4, 2015
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The benefits of Bikram Yoga include detoxification, the improvement of your immune system, flexibility, mental concentration and relaxation of the body, according to Best Health Magazine. But before I express my deep appreciation and love for Bikram Yoga, you have to know the difference between hot yoga...

One Direction heads in a new direction

One Direction heads in a new direction

Sydney Miner, Guest Contributor
November 20, 2015
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The pop band, One Direction’s new album “Made in the A.M” is out as of Nov. 13, 2015. This album is the first one without member Zayn Malik, who left in March of 2015, and the last album before their extended hiatus in 2016. Three of the songs have been pre-released and two of them already have...

“Currents”: The Impressive Junior Album from Tame Impala

“Currents”: The Impressive Junior Album from Tame Impala

Ben Prasifka, Guest Contributor
November 20, 2015
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It opens with a cacophony of noise and a distilled drum beat. Kevin Parker's voice slowly comes in from the slew of impressively mastered audio, giving his listeners some advice, “Let It Happen,” which also happens to be the name of the song. This song sets the stage for the rest of the album, whic...

“The Illusion” captivates viewers

“The Illusion” captivates viewers

Avery Deen, Reporter
November 17, 2015
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The CPHS theatre department puts on two major shows every year, their play in the fall and their musical in the spring. This year, the play they chose to put on was The “Illusion” by Pierre Corneille and adapted by Tony Kushner, a story about the Pridamant of Avignon, played by senior Michael Romero...

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