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‘Son of Zorn’ the middle child of Fox lineup

‘Son of Zorn’ the middle child of Fox lineup

Joshua Irvine
September 16, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Reviews

Between "Family Guy," "The Simpsons," "American Dad!" and FX's "Archer," Fox seems to have pretty much monopolized the market on obscene adult cartoons whose overwhelming ridiculousness occasionally make for some genuine brilliance. "Son of Zorn" is pretty clearly one such attempt to further cement the...

Feature Friday: Junior Caleb Gonzolez acclimates to life in the Midwest

Feature Friday: Junior Caleb Gonzolez acclimates to life in the Midwest

Gracie Scannell
September 9, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Features

Transitioning to high school was an odd change for everyone, but for junior Caleb Gonzolez it was even weirder. Gonzolez moved out of Chicago, all the way to the West Coast directly after his graduation from River Trails Middle School. "We moved because my sister was going to college out...

Feature Friday: Sophomore Katie Kalafatis paints her way to victory

Feature Friday: Sophomore Katie Kalafatis paints her way to victory

Kayleigh Padar
September 2, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Features

Sophomore Katie Kalafatis has been drawing since she was very young and has recently won an art contest called Rockin' With The Cops T-Shirt Contest. "When I heard I had won I think the first thing I felt was confusion. I really hadn't expected an award or anything. I guess what I mean is I did...

Dr. Venegoni retires after impactful career

Dr. Venegoni retires after impactful career

Lexi Wachal
June 7, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Features

When it comes to teachers who have made an impact on their school, many students and teachers are quick to recognize Dr. Charles Vengoni's long and illustrious list of achievements in his years teaching at Hersey. "[His] unique passion for literature and philosophy inspired us all to think about the...

2016 seniors graduate in memorable ceremony

2016 seniors graduate in memorable ceremony

Kelly McCarthy
June 5, 2016
Filed under Carousel, News

This afternoon, 444 Huskies received their diplomas and have ended this 4-year journey that is high school. The graduation ceremony featured performances by the choir and graduated seniors Jayne Diliberto, Camille Carso, and Morgan Buckley and speeches by 2015-2016 student body president Erin Fitzgerald,...

Class of 2016 earns school awards

Class of 2016 earns school awards

June 3, 2016
Filed under Carousel, News

                  Today saw the graduating seniors honored for their years as students.  Here are some photos from the event....

‘Nice Guys,’ delightful movie

‘Nice Guys,’ delightful movie

Joshua Irvine
May 26, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Entertainment, Reviews

It wouldn't be an unfair statement to claim that I am yet again totally unqualified to review this movie, because I am ridiculously enamored with writer-director Shane Black (in a professional manner, thank you very much). Between "Lethal Weapon," "The Long Kiss Goodnight," and "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang"...

Coffee House strong but sweet

Coffee House strong but sweet

Joshua Irvine and Nate Horne
May 25, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Features, Slideshow of All Attached Images

Monday saw the debut of Coffee House, where students sang, rapped and played music in front of their fellow students in an open forum.  Here are some photos from the event.   ...

The Correspondent honors editor-in-chief through Flower Power

The Correspondent honors editor-in-chief through Flower Power

Katherine Wiemold
May 24, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Features, Slideshow of All Attached Images

Last Sunday the Correspondent conducted its annual flower sale in honor of former editor-in-chief Shea Anderluh.  Here are some photos taken from the event.   ...

The Colorful Take – May 13, 2016

The Colorful Take – May 13, 2016

Joshua Irvine
May 13, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Opinions, The Colorful Take

The Colorful Take is the Correspondent's resident humor segment, written by Joshua Irvine. Coffeehouse chain Starbucks is the subject of a $5 million lawsuit alleging the corporation used too much ice in its iced beverages. At press time, the plaintiffs allegedly woke screaming with the sever...

Feature Friday: Brett Miller finds success in theatre

May 13, 2016
Filed under Carousel, Features

 Senior Brett Miller has been participating and earning major roles in the drama program since his freshman year. This past month, he performed in his last show here, Pippin. Miller's acting career started long before he actually walked into our building. "I started acting when I was in like 2nd or ...

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