Month: March 2014

#SochiProblems

By: Erika Axe This year’s Winter Olympics in the small resort town of Sochi, Russia have drawn a significant amount of attention this year—not just the usual Olympic excitement either. It’s the […]

A close race for MVP

By: Jacob Rogovin The Most Valuable Player Award, better known as the MVP, is a yearly award given to the player with the best season in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The […]

Relay for Life 2014

By: Allison Ventola Everyone has heard of Cancer and is aware of how truly life-changing and devastating it is to those plagued with it around us. Throughout the past 101 years, the […]

Shrek by Shrek

By: Brendan Cullinane Coming from someone who has acted out Shakespeare in a drawn on beard and played a flying blacklight cat, “Shrek the Musical” is still by far one of the […]

Shakespeare Festival

By: Julie Servidio Who wants to get out of English Class for a day? If you do, you’re in luck. This year’s James Caldwell High School Shakespeare Festival is being held on […]

Winter Olympics

By: Brad Banaszynski and Jack Carrara The 2014 Winter Olympics have come and gone after closing ceremonies took place on February 23. The Winter games took place in Sochi, Russia where the […]