A Guide to Netflix

A Guide to Netflix

April 18, 2015 • Marcela Charles and Catherine Galliford, Staff Writers  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Life, Top Stories

Q- How do you balance Netflix with school, sports, and extracurriculars? M: Balancing Netflix with school work, sports, and extracurriculars can be difficult at times. However when used correctly, it can become a resource to relax and take a load off your shoulders. C: I typically watch Netflix right... Read more »

Book Nook: February Edition

Book Nook: February Edition

April 18, 2015 • Madison Schettler and Kendall Meenan, Staff Writers  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins Valentine’s Day is over, but love is still in the air, and Anna and the French Kiss is the perfect book to finish off February with! Soon to be senior in high school, Anna lives in Atlanta with a job at the movie theater, and a crush on her co-worker Toph,... Read more »

Award Show Fashion 2015

Award Show Fashion 2015

April 18, 2015 • Cassidy Quinn, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

As the new year begins, it feels as if there’s a new award show every other weekend. Many stars use these A-lister events to show off their elegant style by arriving in full length gowns, while others take a bit of a risk by switching it up with pants or a short skirt. Lorde and Emma Stone showed how... Read more »

Music Artist of the Month: February

Music Artist of the Month: February

April 18, 2015 • Mallory Bruno, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Young cellists Luka Sulic and Stjephan Hauser have created 2CELLOS which has brought the cello to a new exciting level. They play anything from classical to pop and rock. 2CELLOS rose to fame in 2011 when their version of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” took the YouTube world by storm, which... Read more »

BHS On Stage Players: The Clown Prince

BHS On Stage Players: The Clown Prince

April 8, 2015 • Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News, Top Stories

The Bethel High School On Stage Players will present their children’s theater production of “The Clown Prince” on Saturday,  May 9, 2015.  The performances will be at 1:00 and 3:00 PM in the Black Box Theater (room 218). Cast members include: Sean Gorman as Gaspard, Mark Tully as... Read more »

Age of Technology: Might Not be Replacing the Classics After All

Age of Technology: Might Not be Replacing the Classics After All

January 28, 2015 • Kendall Meenan and Melissa Kinsman  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Life, Top Stories

“The world is in the palm of your hand”…. Literally! With technology at our fingertips, information hasn’t been more accessible. One way to easily acquire information is an Ebook. Unlike the paperback, Ebooks can be ordered instantaneously at any time or place, whether you’re waiting... Read more »

Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud

January 28, 2015 • Kendall Meenan, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

MMany students are intimidated by speaking in public, especially when they have to memorize a piece. Memorizing poetry is an especially daunting task, but can be beneficial because it promotes art and culture as well learning proper language skills. These benefits are a part of why Bethel High School... Read more »

Music Artist of the Month: December

Music Artist of the Month: December

January 1, 2015 • Mallory Bruno and Cassidy Quinn, Staff Writers  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Happy Holidays! This month we are featuring Ellen’s the Only Holiday Album You’ll Ever Need, Vol 1. Ellen DeGeneres is currently hosting the 12th season of her comedic daytime television show. Today she is known as having the most likeable TV personality; not only is she dancing through the aisles... Read more »

Winter Fashion

Winter Fashion

January 1, 2015 • McKenna Leaden and Madison Schettler, Staff Writers  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

There is nothing like a New England winter. Here, winter fashion has the potential to express the cozy and festive auras that Christmas carols and Hallmark movies bring to us all this time of the year. Wool socks, knit sweaters and turtlenecks- dawning prancing reindeer and dancing snowflakes- wrap us... Read more »

Mockingjay Movie Review

Mockingjay Movie Review

January 1, 2015 • Maura Leaden and Madison Schettler, Staff Writers  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

The Hunger Games has quickly become one of the world’s most popular franchises. Very few people have not read or watched the dystopian story unfold. Therefore, even though the initial popularity and fan frenzy surrounding the series has died out in the last few years, the release of the third movie,... Read more »

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