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Women face underrepresentation, stereotypes in movies

Women face underrepresentation, stereotypes in movies

Due to few female writers, directors and producers in Hollywood, many movies still have less lead female characters compared to male characters, even as we enter 2024. Female characters are less likely to appear and are sometimes even heavily stereotyped.
Melanie Vincent, Features Editor
April 4, 2024
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Award shows drop among teenagers

Award shows drop among teenagers

By not watching award shows, the viewership and popularity of award shows has decreased. The once popular award shows such as The Grammys and Oscars, now face a decrease in their viewership and popularity due to the lack of interest.
Carlie Hays, Staff Writer
April 4, 2024
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Whats my line?…Rehearsing for opening night, artistic director Tony Braithwaite (left) and director of marketing Nick Cardillo run lines for the upcoming Act II Playhouse production, “It’s Only a Play.” The play is set to run from March 19-April 14.

Act II Playhouse prepares latest production

Desiring to create a high quality production, the staff of Act II Playhouse Theater, located in Ambler, Pa., work as a team. Together, the staff fill the roles of artistic director, director of marketing and director of external relations.
Julia Sipes, Staff Writer
April 4, 2024
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Intellectual gaming… Freshman’s Rhylie Hernandez (left) and Mahrin Hassan (right) enjoy playing their daily round of New York Time’s Connections.

Word games affects consistent users

In order to get users to come back, The New York Times creates a difficult, yet fun game environment. Word games have many students and teachers returning to them time and again.
Emma Caputo, Staff Writer
April 4, 2024
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‘Bob Marley: One Love’ reflects great character

‘Bob Marley: One Love’ reflects great character

“Bob Marley: One Love” is an entertaining movie that pays homage to the king of reggae and passes on his legacy to new generations. Bob Marley is accurately portrayed as a great man and wonderful musician.
Everett Self, Entertainment and Design Editor
April 4, 2024
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Paging through “Dune”…Exploring the science fiction shelves, Montgomery County Community College student Alexis Kandy and Gwynedd Mercy University student Emily Schwenk discover the books in the “Dune” section at Barnes & Noble. “Dune: Part Two” was based on the first book in the “Dune” series written in 1965 by Frank Herbert.

‘Dune: Part Two’ impresses audiences and critics

[SPOILERS] The “Dune” movies are based on the science fiction chronicles of the same name by Frank Herbert.
Kelsea Clarke, Staff Writer
April 4, 2024
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Directing the action…During the March 15 live RedAlert broadcast, senior Zach Gross directs the action. RedAlert produces a show every Friday.

For future producers, RedAlert sparks creativity

The best TV show in the 10:49 time slot airs every Friday.
Colin Lucas, Staff Writer
April 2, 2024
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Hydrating in style… Sipping away while working, Natalie Weaver uses her Stanley when working at home. Weaver was seen using her Stanley on March 7.

Stanley Cup popularity influenced by social media

By acting as a platform for promotion, social media apps have been responsible for the significant rise in sales of Stanley Cups. Rapidly increasing popularity has led to the latest insulated tumbler craze.
Gia Weaver, Staff Writer
April 2, 2024
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A monster success…Getting their “groove on,” eighth grader Leilani Souder (left) and sixth grader Finn Shelley perform a duet in “There’s a Monster in my Closet.” The three shows took place at Indian Valley Middle School on March 7-9.

IVMS enjoys ‘monster’ performance

Practicing since January to learn music, block scenes and run lines, the cast and crew of Indian Valley Middle School’s musical performed ‘There’s a Monster in my Closet’ from March 7-9.
Zach Gross, Staff Writer
April 2, 2024
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Percy Jackson show both excites, disappoints fans

Percy Jackson show both excites, disappoints fans

[SPOILERS]: "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" is a heartfelt, genuine adaptation that appeals to longtime fans of the series whilst remaining accessible to new viewers.
Sam Kennedy, Arrowhead News Editor
February 9, 2024
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‘Mean Girls’ adaption musically represents 2004 film

‘Mean Girls’ adaption musically represents 2004 film

Hoping to combine the original film and Broadway musical, the new “Mean Girls” movie incorporates beloved jokes, music and creates a modern take on the movie. The movie premiered in theaters on January 12.
Lauren Fisher, Social Media Editor
February 9, 2024
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EVERETTainment: ‘Aquaman and the Lost kingdom’ disappoints fans

EVERETTainment: ‘Aquaman and the Lost kingdom’ disappoints fans

[SPOILERS] The newest Aquaman movie features returning characters, ancient weapons and a touch of environmental awareness. “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” was enjoyable and loved by the audience but suffered heavy blows from critics.
Everett Self, Entertainment and Design Editor
February 9, 2024
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