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The Monster Within: Netflix’s New Show Mindhunter Probes Into the Enigmatic Psychology of America’s Modern Serial Killers

Posted on 11 January 2018

by Patrick Peralta (‘18)   For decades, Americans have been fascinated by serial killers. The paranoia-inducing brutality. The grisly methods of carnage. The shrouded, warped mentality lurking beneath such depraved creatures. It’s sick and horrific — yet nevertheless enthralling. And if the size 40 font of news headlines aren’t dramatic enough to encapsulate our intrigue, [...] Continue Reading

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Robots Taking Over the World

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Robots Taking Over the World

Posted on 11 January 2018

by Nina Claudia Soukhanovskii (‘20) Movies such as The Terminator depict horrifying scenes of humans struggling to survive while robots dominate the world and destroy everything in sight. Although this danger is not something to worry about quite yet, the question still stands. Just how smart will robots become as technology advances?   It is [...] Continue Reading

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New Anti-cheating Policies Established

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New Anti-cheating Policies Established

Posted on 11 January 2018

by Nina Claudia Soukhanovskii (‘20) Since SBHS has once again been named as a National School of Character, there are certain rules and regulations that SBHS must review from time to time to ensure that students are getting the best education possible. As stated in the Academic Integrity and Honor Code, “[The SBHS community strives] [...] Continue Reading

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Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park

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Remembering Chester Bennington of Linkin Park

Posted on 20 December 2017

by Nina Mendes (’18) On October 27, the life of former Linkin Park frontman, Chester Bennington was honored, remembered, and most of all, celebrated. The sold out tribute concert was held at the Hollywood Bowl (capacity: 17,500) in Los Angeles, CA, and broadcasted as “Linkin Park & Friends – Celebrate Life in Honor of Chester [...] Continue Reading

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Red Pill Blues by Maroon 5: Album Review

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Red Pill Blues by Maroon 5: Album Review

Posted on 20 December 2017

by Mike McDonald (‘19) On October 6, Maroon 5 revealed to their fans that they would release a sixth album following a 3-year break from releases. On November 3, they finally delivered on  that promise. Red Pill Blues features the most collaborations of all other Maroon 5 albums. The title, “Red Pill Blues” is a [...] Continue Reading

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From the Shadows: How the “#MeToo” Movement Unearthed a Generation of Secrecy

Posted on 18 December 2017

by Patrick Peralta (‘18)   It seems no man is immune. No past is repairable. No public image is untainted.   The directors whose movies emptied our pockets at the theater, the comedians who temporarily relieved us of our stress-induced lives, the actors who left us in slack-jawed admiration, the talk show hosts whose faces [...] Continue Reading

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