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Gilded Glamor or Guilty Clamor: MET Gala Fashion Recap

Madeline Miller, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

This year's Met Gala was not an event to miss. Between the stunning outfits and the informative interviews, it was sure to keep people interested! The Met Gala is an event that’s main purpose is to...

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Students Showcase Their Skills in the Spring Musical

Emmalina Sjapeki, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

It seems that the theater department's attempt to hypnotize South Lakes into attending their spring production of "Crazy for You" via the morning announcements was a success. From April 28th to April 31st,...

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Burke Shelley Passes Away

Dania Hernandez, Staff Writer January 31, 2022

Budgie’s frontman, Burke Shelley, passed away at the age of 71 on January 10th, 2022. Shelley was the bassist and vocalist of the band. He was born in Cardiff, Wales, on April 10th, 1950. Burke Shelley...

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Golden Globes 2022 Recap

Sophia Paradowski, Staff Writer January 20, 2022

The Golden Globes is an annual, televised award ceremony second only to the Oscars.  Celebrities come together to watch as actors, actresses, and directors take home trophies for categories like “Best...

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The Magic that is Tame Impala

Chloe Baker, Co Student Life Editor December 13, 2021

Each year when December rolls around, avid music listeners eagerly await the reveal of their “Spotify Wrapped”, and “Apple Music Replay”. Both of these well known streaming services keep track...

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Britney Spears’ conservatorship

Dania Hernandez, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

The Princess of Pop, Britney Spears, had her conservatorship terminated on September 9th, 2021. Her father, James Spears, was controlling and possessive with Britney’s social and professional life, including...

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The Legacy of Taiwan’s Rose Boy

Amany Nassar, Staff Writer December 6, 2021

On the morning of April 15, 2000, Yeh Yung-chih asked his teacher to go to the bathroom before the class ended. A few minutes later, his lifeless body was found on the bathroom floor in a pool of blood....

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Red (Taylor’s Version) Album Review (Chloe’s Version)

Chloe Baker, Co Student Life Editor November 22, 2021

“Red”, a Taylor Swift classic originally released in 2012. The new version consists of 30 tracks and one “Message from Taylor”. After a dispute between Swift and Scooter Braun, of Big Machine Records,...

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Astroworld Festival Tragedy 2021

Sean Caceres, Staff Writer November 15, 2021

Fans regarded this year's Astroworld festival as a death trap. Eight dead, two in critical condition, and numerous injured. It had been two years (2019) since the last Astroworld festival which ended in...

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BTS Talks About Youth and Performs at the UNGA

Amany Nassar, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

Over 1 million people tuned in to the United Nations 76th general assembly (UNGA) in New York to watch BTS speak about vaccines, climate change, and youth as special envoys. They were invited to speak...

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