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“Spider-Man: Far From Home” Review

November 20, 2019 6:17pm | Madison Vath

“Spider-Man: Far From Home” smashed into theaters with a loveable cast, including the star himself Tom Holland, an impeccable plotline, and an overall box office grossing of over $1.107 billion, making it Sony Pictures’ highest-grossing movie worldwide since “Skyfall” in 2012. The movie starts off […]

“Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” Review

November 20, 2019 6:10pm | Pamela Billings

“You don’t read the book; the book reads you.” a quote from Stella in the movie “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”, a line that wasn’t as cool as the movie tries to make you believe. Beware, for there are indeed spoilers ahead. “Scary […]

Oct. Artist of the Month: Cori Lindig

November 20, 2019 6:02pm | Madison Vath

“Artist of the month doesn’t necessarily have to be someone in art,” teacher Lisa Kerestes said. “It can be someone who’s in band, choir, drama…” Hmmmm, I thought. What about all of the above? Senior Cori Lindig has done it all. From summer plays to […]

Nov. Artist of the Month: Lexi Davis

November 20, 2019 5:58pm | Pamela Billings

Art is a way to speak for those who can’t form the right words. It’s become a way to tell a story without ever writing a single word. For senior Lexi Davis, it’s that and so much more. Alexandria “Lexi” Davis has been creating art […]

Iniga Pizza Review

November 20, 2019 5:57pm | Alicia Graham

Who doesn’t love pizza? According to Alto-Hartley, three billion pizzas are sold annually in the United States. Pizza is one of the most beloved foods across the country, and a new pizza joint, Iniga Pizzeria Napoletana, is here to help add to that statistic. But […]

Artist of the Month: Shelbi Walsh

January 22, 2019 4:22pm | Kaitlyn Wilson

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the new Pablo Picasso, senior Shelbi Walsh. Walsh landed this month’s spot for artist of the month due to her hard work and major talent. Walsh started to realize that she really loved art when she was a freshman. She started […]

Holiday Movies

January 22, 2019 4:13pm | Ashley Nona

The holidays are known for many things, such as snow, Christmas break, and the wonderful movies that come with it. Even if you don’t really enjoy the holidays, you have probably seen at least one iconic Christmas movie. However, not every person has the same […]

The Wombats Album Review

January 22, 2019 4:08pm | Andrew Armstrong

Beautiful people may ruin your life, but inspire good music It’s been three long years since British rock band The Wombats’ last album, “Glitterbug” was released. They released their fourth studio album “Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life” February of this year. The extended version […]

“A Nightmare Before Christmas” Halloween or Christmas?

January 22, 2019 4:00pm | Lizzy Martinez

Apparently, no one has any idea if the movie “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” directed by Henry Selick, is a Halloween or a Christmas movie. “I usually watch this movie during Halloween and Christmas time. So I considered it to be both.” Said an anonymous junior […]

Artist of the Month: Cheyanne Quintanilla

December 4, 2018 4:12pm | Kenzie Power

November’s artist of the month is freshman Cheyanne Quintanilla. Despite being a fresh face at OTHS, Quintanilla has already left her mark, whether it be through art, her position on the homecoming court or with her friends. Art I with teacher Paula Carroll is a […]