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Monthly Archives: September 2017


Listen Up: September’s Best New Albums

By Rachel Beals and Sophia Tan   As summer winds down and a new school year begins, so does the battle for the top of the charts. September is a month that marks new beginnings for some artists, while others are saving their best for


All of The Upcoming Book To Movie Adaptations Worth Seeing

“Murder on the Orient Express” Best-selling author Agatha Christie’s novel sees itself transformed onto the big screens once again in November, in the film directed by Kenneth Branagh. A luxurious train ride through Europe turns the lives of thirteen passengers upside down, when a man


Christopher Columbus statue in Central Park vandalized

On September 12th, 2017, there stood a 127-year-old statue of Christopher Columbus, bronze hands stained bright red and white spray paint lingered on its hinges.  A Central Park maintenance worker discovered the defacing around 7 a.m. that morning and called local authorities to report the


The Life and “Death” of Taylor Swift

“I’m sorry, but the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now… why? Oh, cause she’s dead.” This self-proclaimed death of Taylor Swift was heard around the world. One of her newest songs, “Look What You Made Me Do”, took the #1 spot on

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