Art

Artist Profile: Jackson Bidmead

October 29, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY ANDREA BUSTAMANTE What type of energy did you put into this work? I sincerely put in a very positive energy into this piece. It was a different from other pieces of artwork because I […]

Opinion

Living in the Moment

October 29, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY HILARY ANDERSON As we reach the peak of our teenage years life gets more stressful and reality starts to dawn on all of us, the weight of it always reminding us  that in a […]

Clubs

Hike and Search

October 29, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER, MARSHA JORGENSEN, and BENN GAWITT The Search Club kicked off the year with an awesome expedition hike up to Heublein Tower last Wednesday, October 19, 2017. Over twenty students participated on the […]

Arts & Literature

More than just a picture

October 9, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY LAURAINE NICHOLLS Everyone knows the infamous English language idiom, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” But I do not believe that people think about that idiom as much as I do. When I […]

Culture

What’s in Your Notebook?

October 9, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY RACHEL TARINELLI Not every high school student is very good at staying relaxed in class. After all, there’s only so many consecutive minutes one can sit through a presentation without getting a little fidgety. […]

Culture

Music for the Apocalypse?

October 1, 2017 The Arrow 1

BY SARAH MARZE This summer, I had the pleasure of attending a three week Music History class as part of my summer intensive at the Eastman School of Music. I attended music lessons and even […]

Reviews

“IT” 2017 – A Living Nightmare

October 1, 2017 The Arrow 1

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER If the 1990 movie version of Stephen King’s ‘IT’ was horrifying, the newest 2017 version  could be known as a living nightmare. The American Author Stephen King published his horror novel IT […]