Worlds “Collide” in Orchesis spring performance

Vanessa Pahlow, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2015

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Shoulders back, legs straight, pointed toes, legs turned out -- a million and one things to remember with the overall rule of making it look easy without forgetting to smile. This is the art of dance. With the recently named Orchesis... Read more »

“Cinderella” comes back to life in live action Disney princess fi lm

Vanessa Pahlow, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2015

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     The movie “Cinderella” is a classic Disney film that will never leave the hearts of children. While the remakes have varying degrees of excellence, the most recent one, directed by Kenneth Branagh, was decent to wa... Read more »

Death Cab for Cutie successfully tries new music styles

Kyra Dickerson, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2015

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      Indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie released their newest album, “Kintsugi,” on March 31. The album is composed of 11 songs that show off the band’s musical talents through the variety of instruments featured and the... Read more »

“Little Shop” makes students want to Seymour

Ksenia Gorinshteyn, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2015

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Opening with an exciting introduction to Skid Row and ending with actors dancing in the aisles and confetti falling to the floor, “Little Shop of Horrors,” ENCORE! and Greenroom Productions’ joint musical performance that... Read more »

“Little Shop” surprises abound, cast works hard

Ksenia Gorinshteyn, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2015

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What has intense vocals, dancers galore, handmade costumes, rotating sets and a giant man-eating plant? None other than ENCORE!’s double-casted production of “Little Shop of Horrors,” which opens March 12 and will be performed... Read more »

Loebman, Oh No’s score official record deal

Olivia Miller, Coppyeditor

March 9, 2015

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Senior Max Loebman’s band, Yoko and the Oh No’s, received a record deal with Autumn Tone Records in junction with Epitaph Records. Yoko and the Oh No’s is composed of Max Loebman (17), Max Goldstein (19) and Stef Roti... Read more »

Cosplay culture at GCHS, populartity increasing

Colleen Ketterer, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2015

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Cosplaying is becoming a fairly recognizable new trend throughout GCHS. For students who are unaware of what cosplaying is, cosplaying (originally called kosupure) is a shortened term for “costume play.” Cosplaying involv... Read more »

Fictional character obsessions

Anna Jensen, News Editor

March 9, 2015

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Many teenagers spend their time outside of school fully immersed in their favorite books and TV shows. This allows people to temporarily escape from the stress of their everyday lives and focus on something other than school,... Read more »

Spongebob comes to theaters, as good above water as under

Antonio Betancourt, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2015

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Executive producer and creator Stephen Hillenburg makes a comeback this year with “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.” The film is very different than the first SpongeBob movie, bringing the cartoon environment onto... Read more »

“The DUFF” depicts high school life at its finest

Vanessa Pahlow, Staff Reporter

March 9, 2015

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  “The DUFF” is a movie about the traumatic experience that is high school, in which anything is possible, including breaking free of unwanted labels and even falling in love. Enter Bianca (Mae Whitman). She’s a very f... Read more »

“Without You, There Is No Us”; North Korea’s bad romance

Erika Miessner, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2015

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The ominous nation of North Korea has for decades sat stubbornly on China’s northeastern border, remaining a continuous threat to all of the Western and developed world. With new events involving Kim-Jong Un and controversies... Read more »

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