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Writing Flaws Flawlessly

Writing Flaws Flawlessly

Becky Weber, Art Editor

March 7, 2018

Often time in writing we view flawed characters negatively, but in reality flaws are what make characters human and real.

More Than the School Hymn

More Than the School Hymn

Kallie Brown, A&E Editor

February 28, 2018

Most Bingham students know the Madrigals as the singers in blue polo shirts who sing the school hymn after assemblies. While that may be one of their most common performances, the Madrigals are involved in much more than keeping us quiet for the last five minutes of assemblies.

A Star Wars Legacy

A Star Wars Legacy

Konnor Woodburn, Editor in Chief

February 21, 2018

Growing up, my go to movie was Star Wars. The movie that we watched as a whole family was almost always Star Wars, because it was one of the only things that we could agree on to watch together.

Generation High School Musical

Generation High School Musical

Aubrie Hickmon and Kylee Rasmussen

February 15, 2018

Millennials, Generation X, iGeneration, there are a million different ways to define the age we live in. But perhaps the most truthful way to establish our generation is through the movie that defined our childhood: we are the High School Musical Generation

Sundance Film Festival

Sundance Film Festival

Ben Lyons, Staff Writer

January 29, 2018

The world renowned Sundance Film Festival has long been a starting point for aspiring filmmakers, pushing many small directors to prominence through the showcasing of their indie productions.

Art in the Library

Art in the Library

Becky Weber, Art Editor

January 21, 2018

Bingham’s Library is not only where the beauty of writing and literature is celebrated, but also the magnificence of art and of the past.

Netflix Killing Cable

Netflix Killing Cable

Cindy Diaz, Staff Writer & Copy Editor

January 2, 2018

As technology continues to advance, many other things that were once considered “modern” in the past are slowly vanishing from our sight.

A Very Hallmark Christmas

A Very Hallmark Christmas

Maddy Reagan, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017

In a Hallmark movie, you wake up in a small town wearing a flannel and a vest, walking down a snow-covered street heading to your favorite coffee shop with your best friend. You order a coffee and a croissant, you live the perfect life in the perfect little town. Yet, your plans become foiled after running into a handsome stranger, the coffee is down, the coffee everywhere.

Dance to the Dancers

Dance to the Dancers

Emma Jones, Staff Writer & Social Media Manager

December 12, 2017

The lights are low and the air is silent. You can hear your heartbeat pulsing in your chest. Everyone is breathless, anticipating the moment when the music plays and you spring into action.

Stigmas in Media

Stigmas in Media

Cindy Diaz, Staff Writer & Copy Editor

December 12, 2017

It doesn’t take professional scientific research to understand how misinformed we have become in regards to mental illnesses.

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