“Raiders of the Lost Ark”

Catharine Richards

May 4, 2020

I have always been pleased with Dr.’s selection of movie night movies, and this year was no exception, especially since it included one of the best movies ever: “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”  Now, I have watched this movie frequently fo...

BSA POV: Life After Quarantine

Jonah Kim

May 4, 2020

Governor Laura Kelly’s recent announcement of a four-phase plan to reopen the state begs the question of how will people live differently after coronavirus. With hundreds of thousands infected, restaurants, gyms and public fa...

Middle School Editorial: Should schools reopen in the fall?

Campbell Helling

May 4, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused the entire nation to shut down, and schools are no exception. Many students are learning online, using Zoom and other methods to continue to receive an education during the pandemic. Unfortunat...

“All American” Season 2

Diego Klish

May 4, 2020

A new Netflix show was released recently that follows teenager Spencer James, who transfers to the swanky Beverly Hills High School from a tough inner-city environment. This huge change from drugs and gang violence to multi-mill...

Wrecking Ball: Oil

Lyle Griggs

May 4, 2020

Not too long ago, certain crude oil prices fell below negative 35 dollars a barrel. And no, that’s not a typo. Price disputes and collapsing demand stretched the limits of our oil storage capacity and made the once-precious comm...

Editorial: Should schools reopen in the fall?

Lyle Griggs

May 4, 2020

Back in March, a time that feels incredibly distant, I was convinced that schools would all stay open, especially small schools like Seabury. In the face of the pandemic, we would persevere and maybe sanitize some stuff along...

“Star Trek: Picard”

Matthew Petillo

May 4, 2020

From what I have heard, “Star Trek: Picard” is a throwback for old fans of the series, inviting back old-timers such as Patrick Stewart and providing a throwback to the old days of Star Trek. I am not an old fan; I have nev...

BSA POV: A Blast From the Past

Diego Klish

April 8, 2020

The article below was written in a different time, before coronavirus was declared a pandemic and stay-at-home orders went into effect. The casual responses of confidence in our safety and belief in the virus’s harmlessness re...

Big Mill

Matthew Petillo

April 8, 2020

Big Mill, a new (as in February 14th new) restaurant located at the corner of Mississippi and 9th Street, brings an upscale bar and grill scene to the Lawrence area. The bar is named after a windmill that stood at the location unti...

“Artist 2.0”

Peter Westbrook

April 8, 2020

On his self-titled third studio album, Artist 2.0, Bronx rapper Artist Dubose, better known as A Boogie wit da Hoodie, focuses largely on women. However, it is unclear throughout the album what kind of relationship he has wit...

Editorial: Coronavirus

Lyle Griggs

April 8, 2020

I spent part of spring break in Louisiana. When I arrived, everything was fairly normal, although coronavirus dominated the news. Then the stock market tanked, oil prices plummeted further and the World Health Organization decla...

Middle School Editorial: Coronavirus

Campbell Helling

April 8, 2020

The novel coronavirus, also called COVID-19, which spreads at incredibly fast rates, has been the cause of many major shutdowns. Many governments have issued statewide closures in an attempt to control the virus. But are thes...

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