The Jungle Book swings into theaters

‘The Jungle Book’ swings into theaters

Gillian McCracken May 26, 2016

BY GILLIAN MCCRACKEN (’17) Even from a young age, the fictional book The Jungle Book written by Rudyard Kipling was a childhood classic. Not only was it filled with adventure, but was filled with...

Eddie The Eagle soars into movie theaters

‘Eddie The Eagle’ soars into movie theaters

Gillian McCracken March 15, 2016

BY GILLIAN MCCRACKEN (’17) Gillian: Wow, that movie was so inspirational. Ashlyn: I know, it makes me want to go out and join the Olympics. G: Me too. Eddie Edwards, played by Taron Egerton,...

The vandalism has broken the hearts of many in the school community (BluePrints Photo)

Crushing the hearts of Valentine’s Day lovers

Gillian McCracken February 10, 2016

BY GILLIAN MCCRACKEN (’17) While Valentine’s Day can be one of the best days for couples, it can also be the worst. Valentine’s Day used to be known as one of the most romantic days of the year,...

10 Questions with Portuguese exchange student, Pipa Rezende

10 Questions with Portuguese exchange student, Pipa Rezende

Gillian McCracken November 6, 2015

For our last print issue, Gillian McCracken ('17) sat down with exchange student Pipa Rezende to talk about school, stereotypes and life in the United States.

Five things to jump into this fall

Five things to jump into this fall

Gillian McCracken October 29, 2015

BY GILLIAN MCCRACKEN ('17) As August comes to an end and September and October roll around, each family has different traditions that seem to fulfill their "fall favorites." When thinking of fall, there...

Girls’ soccer team kicks off the new season

Gillian McCracken October 6, 2015

BY GILLIAN MCCRACKEN (’17) Due to the 2014 girls’ soccer team record, the team believes it is no surprise that they will peak this year with an amazing record. With many new editions and a few losses...

Kids weave themselves into trouble with the dress code

Gillian McCracken August 31, 2015

BY GILLIAN MCCRACKEN (’17) Every year, students think to believe that the dress code changes, whether it is changing the minimum length of short or taking something completely out of the everyday...

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