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HOW TO BE ORGANIZED

HOW TO BE ORGANIZED

June 14, 2017

WHY SKATERS CAN SHUT UP ABOUT THRASHER

Isaiah Lynch, Student Journalist

May 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

Since 1981, young, rebellious teens have been enjoying Thrasher magazine’s promotion of their mom’s least favorite activity, skateboarding. Skateboarding has existed for decades, and if you’ve been paying attention, you’v...

ANYTHING GOES REVIEW

Ruth Lubao and Samantha Pearce

May 16, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

  Ahoy, matey! The musical, Anything Goes, welcomed the SCPA community to come on board and enjoy the show, directed by Mr. Bill Doyle and choreographed by Ms. Roxanne Carrasco, and performed April 12th-22nd.   ...

BEHIND THE CURTAIN: TECH MAJORS CRY OUT FOR RECOGNITION

Zamantha Manalansan, Student Journalist

May 8, 2017

Filed under Majors, Opinion/Editorial, School/Community

Everyone at SCPA has heard of “The Battle of the Majors,” but not everyone is aware of the major underappreciation of the technical (tech) theater students.  At SCPA all theater majors other than musical theater majors are...

WHY WON’T THE GRAMMY’S ACKNOWLEDGE BLACK SUCCESS?

Ahnayah Hughes, Student Journalist

April 11, 2017

Filed under Opinion/Editorial

  “What the f*ck does ([Beyonce]have to do to win album of the year?” Adele asked this question herself two months ago, backstage at the Grammy’s after her third studio album, 25, beat out Beyonce’s, Lemonade, for the cov...

ROGUE ONE HITS

ROGUE ONE HITS

February 16, 2017

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