Community Arts Building one year on

Isabel Link Staff Writer

The Community Arts Building has been influential to the middle and high school art programs since its construction in 2015.

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Yayoi Kusama‘s newest exhibition over promises and under delivers

Alexandra Gers Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Online

I’ve always found Yayoi Kusama to be an intriguing character in the art world. At almost 90 years old, she is known for her candy-colored wigs, hallucinations and vibrant works of art. With a career spanning almost 70 years and transcending movements such as Surrealism, Minimalism and Pop Art, she is uniquely singular in what she does.

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Apple feigns innovation to promote sale of new iPhones, but pleasantly surprises with iPad design

Staff Writer Izzy Harris 

On September 12, Apple held its annual press conference at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, CA. This was the first year that I had taken time to watch the event since becoming a beta tester, someone who is able to test out the software before it’s released to the public, instead of reading the Buzzfeed reviews the day after like I usually do.

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The Hate U Give: Defining What it Means to be a Black Teen in America

Staff Writer Jasmin Taylor

The Hate U Give (THUG) is the coming of age story of sixteen-year-old Starr Carter, (Amandla Stenberg) but is also about how injustice affects an individual and other communities. The film not only portrays the experience of being black in America, but also shines light on the differences between classes and races through a controversial police brutality case. Continue reading “The Hate U Give: Defining What it Means to be a Black Teen in America”

DF Mexico blends classic Mexican cuisine with American diner style

Sports Editor: Print Lily Whitman

Walking into the DF Mexico restaurant on Tottenham Court Road, I was overwhelmed by the different stylish prints across the walls and the blend of quirky decorations. It truly felt like I was surrounded by an array of different cultures, from those of an American diner or Mexican cantina to that of a stylish English restaurant.

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