Category: Culture

  • A Look into Hybrid Learning from Students and Parents

    A Look into Hybrid Learning from Students and Parents

    By: Olivia Bowersox Students wake up at 9 for school, eat some breakfast, finish homework from the night before, and get on zoom at 9:30. That’s the normal every day schedule, right? These students got used to the 9:30 to 1:15 fully remote schedule, but suddenly everything changed. On February 8th, hybrid learning started for […]

  • Hybrid Learning in Salisbury – Students Reviews

    By: Haylee Leayman As you know COVID-19 has affected everyone, especially students and the way they learn. Here at Salisbury, we now have a hybrid schedule where students with a last name A – L come in on Monday and Tuesday, and students M – Z come in on Thursdays and Fridays. The two student […]

  • The Walking Dead: Looking Back

    By Fernando Candelario-Rodriguez “The Walking Dead”  is a show about a group of people trying to survive a zombie apocalypse while trying to fight off other survivors that might try to kill them as well. There are nine seasons of “The Walking Dead.”

  • Rick and Morty: Season 4

    By Timmy Buda When Rick and Morty season 4 returns to your tv screen in November of 2019, it will have been a little more than 2 years since the last episode of season 3 aired. Why so long of a wait?

  • The Handmaid’s Tale: Season Three Review

    By Ryann Thomson The third season of the Hulu original show The Handmaid’s Tale has ended leaving Emily and Nichole free, while June continues her struggle in Gilead. The season began right where season 2 left off, on the night when June gave up her daughter, Nichole, and the chance to be free.

  • Game of Thrones: The Final Episode

    By Zach Peace Winter is Coming, we were promised all year. Well, winter has come and gone in just three episodes and now we’re fighting in a desert. Looking towards the finale, it’s not winter that concerns us however, it’s fire. Specifically, dragonfire is the main focus, after an explosive episode 5 that set the […]

  • Avengers Endgame: Spoiler-Free Review

    Two reviews by two of our staff members. By Tyler Cramsey Avengers Endgame was an amazing spectacle of a movie. It was a thrilling ending to the Infinity Saga of Marvel. Without spoiling anything the way it ends brings almost everyone’s story arc back full circle and give an agreeable conclusion to each character (that […]

  • A Playlist for National Poetry Month

    A Playlist for National Poetry Month

    As National Poetry Month draws to a close, enjoy the following playlist of poems for every mood or occasion.  By Haroula Barbounis and Gabriella Lozada From sadness to joy, from love to heartbreak, this poetry playlist has practically every kind poem you may need for any type of feeling. From personalities like Maya Angelou and […]

  • The Decade of the ‘80s: Classic Movies

    By Haroula Barbounis Ah, the 1980s. Aside from the big hair and the neon colors, the 1980s was stocked with cinematic masterpieces as well as feel-good family hits. Here is a sample of some of the most nostalgic throwbacks and prominent, influential cinema.

  • Top 10 Romantic Comedies You Should Watch This Valentine’s Day

    By Haroula Barbounis While this is only a small sample of all the romantic comedies that are out there, these movies is your pre-approved Valentine’s Day watchlist, whether you’re for this sappy holiday or you’re lying on the couch eating ice cream.