As valentines day approaches, love is in the air. How was the valentines atmosphere in 1976? Find out in this month's issue of Blast from the Past, from February, 1976.
If you haven’t joined YMCA Basketball, you are missing a great experience. House offers great opportunities for fun and a high level of competition. Students react to this year’s changes in House Basketball and what each participant enjoys about it. Here is the story on House hype.
Apple’s iPhone, often considered the top-notch phone in its class, is in the midst of a popularity battle with Google’s latest phone release -- Nexus One. There’s no denying the plethora of features the Nexus One offers to consumers, but do DHS students think that the phone will be worth all the build-up and hype? Neirad’s Darius Majd investigates the answer to that question.
Tired of your average crunches and strenuous pushups? Well, now there’s a new way to get physically fit through an innovative fitness program called Zumba. Forget squats; learn how to choreograph your way to beastliness. Find out why senior Chelsea Penfield is Zumbaing her way to fitness.
Bathroom-break anyone? A daily ritual of all DHS students… however, no girl wants to go to the bathroom having to then wait due to a line out the door, the locks not working, or even worse, having to deal with the unflushed toilets that may be lurking. Get the heads up of the best and worst girl’s bathrooms at DHS.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, love is surely unavoidable. As more and more couples are springing up this time of year, DHS students express how they feel about Facebook relationship statuses and whether they think it’s a crucial aspect of a relationship or just a silly component that is really unnecessary. Plus, what does that the “it’s complicated” status even mean?
Students use the various water fountains multiple times every day without thinking twice. But are there superior fountains that rise above the rest? Neirad Enlino reporter Nicolas Correa reveals which fountains are the most sanitary options.
Football fans have been waiting for this day since early September, and the big moment has finally arrived. Super Bowl XLIV is just around the corner on Feb. 7, and it’s a Colts-Saints showdown. The two teams are bound to put up a game for the ages, but which bandwagon has the DHS student body jumped on? Neirad Enlino at Matt Pik asked a few die-hard fans who they’ll be rooting for come Super Bowl Sunday.
Need a new player for your team? Meet Matsui! This sweet six-month-old boxer-pointer mix is ready for a new home and family. She is great with other dogs and will love to greet you with a wonderful wag of her cute stumpy tail. This girl will be a great addition to any household in the New Year. Find out how you can sign this canine to your team.
The 1980's are not often to be celebrated for the culture mess the era left behind: mullets, acid-washed jeans and new wave music. Christian Holmes managed to salvage a rare, cool find from that decade. He drives a sweet vintage 1981 Mercedes-Benz 300d that is “Hot in the Lot” this month.
A bedroom bursting with order in disorder. Walls covered with color, collages, and quotes from friends. This month in Cribs, check out junior Amy Sanborn’s rocking room.
Stephen King continues to deliver with another hit. “Under the Dome” takes readers to a Maine town where the residents are trapped in a world that forces them to fight for survival. Neirad Enlino reporter Cameron Wong dives into the pages to see what Stephen King’s latest sci-fi thriller “Under the Dome" is all about.
Tone has warmed our hearts and eardrums for many glorious years, but how much do you really know about the dynamic four and a half-some? Neirad takes an in-depth look into the lives and minds of one amazing singer, an incredible drummer, a bass player who is an absolute delight, a big man with a blues feel, and Wildish. Check inside for more.
No surprise Michael Cera plays yet another awkward teen in “Youth in Revolt.” This film will may never achieve “Superbad” notoriety yet it still has much to like in a coming-of-age comedy that puts a strange twist on the tired genre.
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