Netflix film “The Devil All The Time” explores the dangers of religious fanaticism (review)

Bill Skarsgård, best known for his role as Pennywise in “It” (2017), portrays Willard Russell in Campos’ new Netflix feature, “The Devil All The Time”. His screen time was limited to the first third of the film, where he was a World War II vet suffering from PTSD and the father of young Arvin Russell (Michael Bands Repeta).

Lucy Valeski, Editor-In-Chief

September 18, 2020

Before logging onto Netflix Wednesday afternoon, I only knew “The Devil All The Time” as ‘that movie with Spider Man’. However, Antonio Campos’ film was one of generational pain, stemming from both violence and religious zealotry. It is a movie absent of both heroes and villains; every char...

“Chromatica”: A comeback album from an artist we never forgot (review)

Lady Gaga released her sixth studio album

Kathryn King, Reporter

September 16, 2020

This past May, after almost four years of inactivity, Lady Gaga released her sixth studio album, “Chromatica”. Despite the seven week delay due to COVID-19, the album debuted at the top of the Billboard 200 chart, making it Gaga’s sixth consecutive number one album. She is the the eighth woman ...

“Hamilton” film “blew us all away” this summer after its premiere on Disney + (review)

The opening number of Act Two of

Olivia Rosenberg, Reporter

September 8, 2020

"I may not live to see our glory. But I will gladly join the fight. And when our children tell our story, they'll tell the story of tonight." - Alexander Hamilton On July 3, 2020, viewers all over the world settled into their couches, waiting for the curtains to rise on the Richard Roger’s stage in New...

Mirrors produces annual magazine despite COVID-19 limits

This year's Mirrors cover, photographed by junior Hannah Lonergan. She calls the piece

CeCe Lampa, Managing Editor

May 14, 2020

The odds were already stacked against them. Still, they pushed for their writing to reach the world.  Mirrors is a club that supports student creativity through a biannual magazine of poems, photography and creative writing, and Java Live open mic nights. In February of 2020, Mirrors advisor Jen...

“The Last Dance” Review (Parts 3 & 4)

Dennis Rodman, the focus of Parts 3 and 4, was not only an explosive player on the court, but off the court as well

Ryan Lynch, Reporter

May 5, 2020

When the first two parts of “The Last Dance” wrapped up last weekend, there were two identities clearly defined from the 90s Bulls dynasty, the dynamic duo of Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan. We got to see how pivotal their roles on the team were and from completely different standpoints. Jordan w...

“The Last Dance” Review (Parts 1 & 2)

The first two parts of

Ryan Lynch, Reporter

April 24, 2020

Ever since he donned a Chicago Bulls uniform in 1984, Michael Jordan has been the pride and joy of Chicago basketball. But as the years went on and he continued to improve and rack up accolades, championships, and shoe deals, Michael Jordan evolved beyond basketball, beyond Chicago, beyond even the realm ...

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