The Warrior

Slam team spits fire at 2010 Louder Than A Bomb Poetry Competition

May 17, 2010

By Safiya Merchant After the announcer calls her name, Jelaila Gonzalez, Div. 165, steps onto the platform and faces the audience at Columbia College. Skyscrapers can be seen through the large window behind her, and she...

Absolutely True Diary tells story of part-time Indian

February 19, 2010

By Karen Baena With witty and quick writing, a strong message, and explicit language that references sexuality and violence, Sherman Alexie author of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (True Diary) captivates...

Turquoise Cafe gives tasty Mediterranean experience

February 19, 2010

By Julie Dimas The Turquoise Cafe is located on Roscoe and Leavitt, which is around a 10-15 minute walk from Lane. This is a well suited name for this restaurant, since the color turquoise reminds me of the ocean, which...

Gamers answer Call of Duty

February 19, 2010

By Ricardo Guzman The most anticipated video game of 2009 had gamers flooding into any and every game store in the country back in November. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, rated M, is a direct sequel to Call of...

Will you be Left 4 Dead 2?

February 19, 2010

By Maria Murczek A horrible infection has spread across the area. Everyone except you and three others have turned into zombies. The apocalypse has begun. Armed with the best of the best, can you survive? Left 4...

Students shine at Playwright Festival

February 9, 2010

By Shanae Joseph On Wednesday Jan. 13, 2010, I went on a field trip with my Creative Writing class to the Pegasus Players 24th annual Young Playwrights festival. It was one of the greatest academic experiences of my life. ...

Scribblenauts creates endless possibilities

February 9, 2010

By Grace McQueeny A shining gold star lies above you in a tree. How can you reach it? Could you summon a ladder, or ride on the back of an elephant? Imagine yourself in a world where you could summon anything you can think...

Kids These Days aiming to succeed in music industry

December 19, 2009

By Sofi Kerpan & Alison Bellechase They tweet, text, and wear tight jeans. What’s with Kids These Days? Senior, Lane Beckstrom, Div. ???, can answer that question. As the bassist in local band, Kids These Days, he and...

New love for New Moon

December 18, 2009

By Gaby Williams Tiny teenage girls hold signs that read Team Jacob and Team Edward. Their screams echo in the jam-packed movie theater. The opening credits for the Twilight Saga sequel, New Moon, rolls across the screen...

Upcoming play showcases problems of post-war family

October 16, 2009

By Tempestt Daniel Lane’s fall play All My Sons will debut on Nov. 10, and run through Nov. 14. All My Sons portrays a family that struggles through lies, denial, death, and post-war trauma as they deal with the...

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