The Pixar Theory

Michelle Zhao ‘14

May 1, 2014

Last summer, a theory started making its way across the vast blogosphere. It came to be known as The Pixar Theory. The Pixar Theory states that all the Pixar movies (those as old as Toy Story and those as new as Brave), actually exist in...

Netflix vs. Television: Indulge Carefully

Avani Bhargava ‘16

May 1, 2014

Jess C. Scott once said, “People are sheep. TV is the shepherd. Netflix is the shepherd on steroids.” Okay, maybe that last part was fictitious, but Ms. Scott would have been very much correct if she had tacked that amendm...

Tune in Next Time

Kathie Guo ‘16

May 1, 2014

Despite the increasing popularity of YouTube and online video streaming, T.V. retains its enormous prominence in the media industry. However, this offers an extremely long list of different T.V. shows to watch. To help you make...

Resolutions from Hollywood: 2014

Ruiyan Wang ‘17

February 24, 2014

The long-time connotation that comes with New Year’s Resolutions is that they set incredibly high, unreasonable standards for oneself and are impossible to keep. This very sentiment is reflected in our RHS Student body. Juan...

Internet Is Entertainment

Julia Sun '16

February 24, 2014

The Internet has been, and probably always will be, the great innovator of the modern era. Digital technology has grown by leaps and bounds thanks to the Internet, and there are few more areas touched by the online presence than...

Stealing One Dollar and Twenty-Nine Cents: The Ramifications of Illegal Downloading

Louise Choi '17

December 18, 2013

How far would someone go for a dollar and twenty nine cents? Lillian Usadi ’17 sarcastically says, “I would work/walk until I start to sweat.” And it’s not just Lillian. In fact, many people believe that a dollar and twenty...

Jennifer Lawrence: The Girl on Fire

Maddie King '16

December 18, 2013

There is a new star on the horizon, and her name is Jennifer Lawrence. In the span of three years, she has become one of the most promising actresses that Hollywood has to offer. At the ripe age of 23, Lawrence has already...

Hot New Art: Slam Poetry

Sabina Razak '14, Layout Editor

December 18, 2013

Slam poetry began in a boxing ring. Imagine a boxing ring in Chicago in 1979. A couple poets decided to perform their works for a generally non-literary crowd; their poems were a method of expression and rebellion. The spark...

Hot New Movies: Captain Philips and Carrie

Andrew Ingber ‘15

November 11, 2013

Hanks Delivers in Action-Packed Flick The story of a captain forced to protect his crew and his cargo and to escape life-threatening situations requiring miracles—this is story of Captain Phillips. The film revolves around Rich...

Miley Cyrus: Clever or Crass?

Sarah Ho ‘17

November 11, 2013

The name “Miley Cyrus” no longer evokes thoughts of a pseudo-blonde pop star in a sitcom. Instead, said name is now fraught with controversy, scandal, and the title of “Child Star Gone Wrong.” True, her recent antics may...

Readers Pledge Themselves ‘Allegiant’ to New Book

Maddie King ‘16

November 11, 2013

Sequels seem ever-present in popular culture, thanks to both the movie industry and the literary industry. But many times, they do not live up to fan’s expectations, and often seem less exciting than the original. In this case...

Artists To Keep An Eye On: Lorde, Passenger, and Mackelmore

Laila Elagizy ‘16

November 11, 2013

Lorde, though only 16, is a fresh new artist coming from New Zealand. Her new single, “Royals,” recently debuted and has reached the Billboard’s Hot 100 making her the first artist from New Zealand to reach #1 in the United...

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