Spring Musical Man of La Mancha Approaches

Gabe Ferriero '21, Contributor

February 27, 2020

As the second trimester comes to an end and the days grow warmer, so come the many exciting facets of spring: driving with the windows down, spring break vacations, and of course, the spring musical! This year, the school is...

Why “The Box” Is So Popular

Jake Schunke '21, Contributor

February 19, 2020

Whether you follow hip hop and rap or not, you have most likely heard the “eee err” at the beginning of the popular song, “The Box” by Roddy Ricch. The 21-year-old California native currently holds the number one song...

1917 Offers Unique Perspective

Connor Cook '20, Contributor

January 24, 2020

World War I, or the war to end all wars, was something the world had never seen before. The chemical warfare, weaponized planes, and disease-laden trenches created unprecedented amounts of destruction. The brutality was beyond...

The Green Book Teaches a Lesson about Segregation

Ronak Shetty '22, Editorial Writer

January 9, 2020

While watching The Green Book, a movie based on a true story that takes place in the 1960s, one can gain a deeper understanding of the meanings of two profound words in American history. These two words are “racial segregat...

Fall Drama Entertains with A Christmas Carol

Brendan Lunga '21, Contributor

January 9, 2020

On December 6, Seton Hall Prep performed the annual Fall Drama to a crowd of family and friends after performing it to the students the day before. After many weeks of preparation, the unique rendition of the classic play A Chr...

Humanities Visits The Guggenheim

Evan Puhala '19, Contributor

April 8, 2019

On March 21, the Humanities Seminar class, led by their teacher, Mr. Siedler, took a field trip to New York City to observe and study art in multiple forms. This particular trip, the third such endeavor to the city that the so-called...

Sully Looks at Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

Michael Sullivan '20, Contributor

February 19, 2019

One of the great parts about film is that there is something for everyone, and everyone has different tastes when it comes to genre, pacing, characters, action, etc. For example, I can’t stand to watch film genres such as romantic...

Humanities Catches a Flick in the City

Dhrumin Shah, Contributor

December 10, 2018

A priest, a singer, and a vacuum salesman enter an abandoned hotel. No, this is not the setup for an overused joke. It is the start of the hard-boiled noir film Bad Times at the El Royale, directed by Drew Goddard. The mo...

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