BY ALEX MILLER Every December, Spotify, a popular music-streaming platform, culminates the most-listened-to songs, artists, albums and podcasts of the year into Spotify Wrapped. The platform also presents a personalized year in review that allows users to dig into the … Continue reading Elite Listeners: WHS students share favorite artists
BY HAILEY SMITH Netflix has been releasing new movies and shows for this month of December. Some are old favorites and others may never have been seen before. 50 First Dates Starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, a romantic comedy … Continue reading What’s new in December to Netflix?
BY LANEY CORELL Christmas is only a little over a week away, and if that brings a sense of fear, the Bruin is here to help. This guide is filled with many gift ideas for girlfriends, boyfriends, friends, daughters, sons, … Continue reading 2020 Holiday Gift Guide
BY BRIANNA BECERRA As Christmas rolls around this year, bookworms all around the world are patiently awaiting the arrival of new novels that they can tear into. As an avid reader myself, I have a mile-long list of books that … Continue reading Top 10 books that should be on your Christmas list this year
OPINION BY JULIA SWAIN No matter how you may feel about Taylor Swift as either a person or a musician, I think we can agree that Swift has set the bar for musicians of our world today. She has dominated … Continue reading Top ten Taylor Swift songs of all time
REVIEW BY JULIA SWAIN On December 10, Taylor Swift announced the release of her ninth studio album, and her second album this year alone. Evermore, a sister album of Folklore, is very similar in the sense that it is incredibly … Continue reading Taylor Swift’s ninth studio album “Evermore” does not disappoint
BY MICAH BECK The WHS Off Broad Street Players has had to deal with masks and social distancing in order to perform shows safely this year. Though those may seem like setbacks, the Drama Department’s next production, Spamalot, which is … Continue reading COVID-Friendly “Spamalot” debuts this week
BY JULIE WELLERT Quarantine has been affecting people and their creative mindsets in different ways. Some have been thriving during isolation while others have struggled. For those of who cope with daily life through artistic means, quarantine has had a … Continue reading What has quarantine done to creativity?
CREATED BY BRIANNA BECERRA, MICAH BECK AND ALEX MILLER Every spring for the past twenty four years, Wadsworth High School has hosted an annual Fine Arts Assembly. This assembly is held to highlight the students who focus their energy on … Continue reading 2020 Virtual Fine Arts Assembly [Video]
OPINION BY JULIA SWAIN The clink of the bat. The slap of the ball against a mitt. The sound of a buzzer. These are the things that make the spring sports season great, and these are also the things that … Continue reading “The Last Dance” is what every sports fan needs right now
BY JULIE WELLERT As the end of the second month of the coronavirus shutdown approaches, it is difficult to not feel restless, horribly bored or anxious. No one can really go anywhere or do much of anything except stay inside … Continue reading Painting the world’s problems away
VIDEO BY ALEX MILLER This week, Wadsworth High School seniors will be completing their last week of school online. A choir concert was scheduled for May 7-8, but its cancellation did not stop the seniors from singing one last song … Continue reading Wadsworth seniors virtually sing one last song [Video]