Category Archives: Arts

Summit Denali students discuss the impact of technology on music

By Caelum Villarreal Staff Writer During Self-Directed Learning time at Summit Denali high school, classrooms are often filled with students typing away on Chromebooks and working on recent assignments. However, a closer look will show most students have earbuds in and are listening to music, either on their phone or their computer.  With the increase of phones and streaming apps,

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Review: Lil Nas X exceeds expectations with debut album “MONTERO”

By Melissa Domingo Editor-in-Chief Lil Nas X released his highly anticipated debut album “MONTERO” on Sept. 17, 2021. The album had 15 tracks and the majority of these songs were collaborations with Take a Daytrip, a singer/songwriter producing duo. The songs range from being borderline ballads, pop-rock anthems, and grungy rap songs.  The rap-pop star is most popularly known for

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Review: Taylor Swift revamps “Fearless” through re-release

By Melissa Domingo Arts Editor Taylor Swift rereleased her second studio album and renamed it as “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” on April 9, 2021; she originally released the album in 2008. After announcing her plan to re-record six of her albums to take ownership of the masters, she posted a set of photos on her Twitter, stating that “Fearless” was the

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Morally grey characters walk the fine line between good and evil

By Ella Rodrigues and McKenna Seegmiller Staff Writers   In a world where our actions are placed in carefully crafted boxes of good and evil, there lies a special kind of character. Carefully balanced in between the spaces is someone who is morally grey. A morally grey character walks the thin line between hero and villain, and questions societal norms

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