Harry Potter Fans Want More From Pottermore
BY BLUE KAUFMAN Ever since the release of the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Potter fans have been desperately searching for some way to cling onto their favorite wizard hero. To mend the hearts of wounded Potterheads, JK Rowling and Sony Digital Agency announced... Read more
Life Through a Lens Blog: Beauty of Burano
BY KAYLEE OBERFIELD This past summer, while on vacation in Italy, I stopped at one of the most beautiful and colorful places I’ve ever seen. People from all around the world go to the island of Burano, Italy, to witness the beautiful vibrant houses it’s famous for. Contrary to... Read more
Review: CCHS’s Drama Department Puts On West Side Story
BY HAILEE YAEGER Cooper City High School’s Drama Club put on a production of West Side Story on October 4-6, 2011 and to see a high school come together to do such a big name show was impressive. West Side Story, written by Jerome Robbins, is set in the... Read more
Life Through A Lens Blog: Facial Recognition
BY ALEXANDRA LEVINSON With  college deadlines looming, I’ve been scrambling to take the best possible photographs to complete my portfolio. This has prompted me to set up many photo-shoots, one of which was with my friend G as the model. With the backdrop of a park called The Ridge, I was... Read more
Fashion Forward Blog: Homecoming Dresses – The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
BY JOSLYN TOMBACK With homecoming looming around the corner, finding the perfect ensemble can become a nearly-impossible mission. While on your dress pursuit, don’t succumb to the heaps of taffeta that greet you at the entrance of the department store. Brief yourself on both the condemned and commended of... Read more
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY During a time when seniors should be focused on the daunting task of preparing for their lives after high school, most were waiting with bated breath for an answer to the most vital, life-changing, groundbreaking question of their high school career: Who, among their class, will... Read more
Review: Wilco-The Whole Love
BY BROCK LANDERS Wilco’s new album The Whole Love, the first they have self-released on their own dBpm Records label, shows a band that, nearly 20 years into their career, is comfortable in its own skin. In stark contrast to the restless boundary pushing and searching for identity on... Read more
BY JEREMY HAAS On Friday, September 23, the fathers of Pop-Punk, Blink 182, played a huge show at the Cruzan Amphitheatre.  The audience ranged from questionably dressed girls to frat boys and skaters, but the vast majority were young adults who grew up listening to this band.  The venue... Read more
Review: Demi Lovato – Unbroken
  BY HAILEE YAEGER After a two-year hiatus from the studio, Demi Lovato has released Unbroken, a new album that showcases a different sound from her previous work. The expectation was for Unbroken to have the same sound as her single “Skyscraper”, slow, emotional, and telling of her struggles.... Read more
Life Through A Lens Blog: Empire State Of Mind
BY ALEXANDRA MADAR I was in the fashion capital of the world, New York City, this summer in preparation for Fashion Week. I stayed in a models apartment with the most spectacular view of the concrete jungle. After a busy day of castings, meetings, and jumping in and out... Read more