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Accents to compete in first show choir competition of the school year

Accents to compete in first show choir competition of the school year

Alina Yu

February 2, 2019

On Feb. 16, the Accents will travel to Center Grove High School for their first show choir competition of the school year and will perform their set at 11 a.m. According to director of choirs Kathrine Kouns, the Center Grove High School competition is a very good contest that provides a great facility, a...

Updates to Grammy nomination rules open doors to streaming-only artists

Updates to Grammy nomination rules open doors to streaming-only artists

Hannah Glazier, Entertainment Reporter

January 27, 2017

The rise in popularity of streaming-only music has caught the attention of the Recording Academy. For the first time, the 2017 Grammy Awards will allow streaming-only content to be eligible for consideration. The new rule defines applicable streaming services as paid subscription, full catalogue, on-d...

Under the Influence: Students consider impact of celebrity decisions and actions

Under the Influence: Students consider impact of celebrity decisions and actions

entertainment

May 21, 2015

Celebrities influence many people in our generation, and according to a Newsweek poll, 77 percent of Americans believe that celebrities have too much of an influence on teenagers—particularly girls. The effect is especially evident in their appearance and attitudes. Sophomore Kathryn Wolfert said one...

#banbossy. Ban Bossy campaign has the power to change societal perceptions of female leaders.

#banbossy. Ban Bossy campaign has the power to change societal perceptions of female leaders.

perspectives

April 24, 2014

An interesting contrast in our society: Women who lead are considered “bossy,” while men who lead are considered commanding. Recall the last time you were in a classroom setting or worked in a group with a slightly overbearing student. In those situations, recall how you perceived the student and if y...