Inside Out, Pixar’s best animated film yet

dayna morga, summer school writer

June 24, 2015

Filed under Reviews

The new Pixar and Walt Disney movie directed by Pete Docter, Inside Out, shows the idea of the importance of emotions from a different perspective that... Read more »

Summer school is a no-go

melanie villarmarzo, summer school writer

June 22, 2015

Filed under Perspectives

Students go to summer school to get ahead in academics, to make up a class, spend times with friends, or to occupy themselves during the summer. However, going to summer school doesn’t offer the full educational experience,... Read more »

Summer is the best time for school

dayna morga, summer school writer

June 18, 2015

Filed under Perspectives

Summer isn't just for lounging at the pool or sitting on the couch. Students who take summer school can earn credits toward graduation, make up failed classes, or just take an elective for fun. Taking summer classes lets students maintain... Read more »

Me being Me holds promise, falls flat

brianne saab, staff writer

June 4, 2015

Filed under Perspectives, Reviews, Uncategorized

Star Rating: three out of five High school is messy enough without a gay dad and a fascination with an unattainable girl, but adding those in the mix makes life even more difficult for the main character of Me Being Me is... Read more »