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    The Effect Of French New Wave on the History of Narrative Film

    By Keegan Priest  In the mid-1950s, French Film Magazine Cahiers du Cinéma was home to many notorious film critics who were well-known for being outspoken against the horridity they saw in film at the time. They viewed much of French and American film, as Françious Truffaut said it, “unimaginative, oversimplified and usually an immoral adaptation […]

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    Dear Hank Vol. 3

    “I met a guy 2 weeks ago in one of my classes, and I had no idea that he was a junior until after I started to have feelings for him. I am a freshman btw! I have had a few conversations with him and he seems very nice, we have also studied together out […]

  • Dear Hank Vol. 3

    “I met a guy 2 weeks ago in one of my classes, and I had no idea that he was a junior until after I started to have feelings for him. I am a freshman btw! I have had a few conversations with him and he seems very nice, we have also studied together out […]

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  • UHS: Totally Not a Cult

    By Geri Mishra Anyone who has not spent a day inside the walls of this great school, or who has not gone through the attention seminar known as the Freshman Retreat, would think that University High School is a cult. This is why they don’t spend another day inside these glorious walls. The very suggestion […]

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  • Dogs & Humans: The Bond Between Them

    By Avani Papadopoulos Dogs and humans are more alike than you may think. Have you noticed that your dog gets antsy when you’re feeling stressed, or maybe they will know when to comfort you? It’s complicated because a dog’s cerebral cortex is better developed than that of many other animals, but still much less developed […]

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