The Argo

1917, a war and drama movie, continues to receive awards a year after its release.

1917 (2019) Movie Review

By Elizabeth Choi (III), A&E Editor April 21, 2021

1917 (2019), directed by Sam Mendes, is a film nominated by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the Academy Award for Best Picture. The Boston Latin School community was asked to rate the...

Little Big Women was released on Netflix on October 22, 2020 and has since attracted lots of attention. (Source: IMBD)

Little Big Women Pulls Heartstrings

By Kelsey Chen (II), Staff Writer April 20, 2021

With a variety of films just a click away, who knows what to watch anymore? If you find yourself asking this question, Little Big Women (孤味, “Guo Mie”), a hit Taiwanese drama in Hokkian and Mandarin...

The Museum of Fine Arts' exhibition

Celebrating Women in Visual Arts

By Penelope Meisel (IV), Contributing Writer April 19, 2021

The underrepresentation of female artists in the world of visual arts is a significant problem. For years, men have dominated the industry and women have been left out of the rich history of art. The Museum...

Gwun Yi is actively a part of several extracurriculars. (Source: Gwun Yi (I))

Spotlight on Gwun Yi Wong (I)

By Yongyu Qiu (III), Contributing Writer April 19, 2021

You’ve probably seen Gwun Yi Wong performing at Asian Night or practicing after school at Boston Latin School Koreo. Many might be shocked to learn that Wong didn’t have any professional background...

In spite of the environmentalist themes of their 2010 album Plastic Beach, English virtual band Gorillaz were rumored to be using NFTs. (Source: Gorillaz)

Say No to NFTs in the Art and Music Industry

By Bella Berg April 19, 2021

The latest fad in capitalism is the non-fungible token (NFT). In this case, non-fungible means “unique and irreplaceable” — for example, a vintage baseball trading card would be non-fungible. A non-fungible...

Kelsey and Maggie's Corner

Kelsey and Maggie’s Corner

By Kelsey Chen (II) and Maggie Olson (II) April 19, 2021

hi kelsey and maggie, why are we learning latin? - Anonymous   Salvē Anonymous, Good question, we’re wondering the same thing, yet somehow we both are either taking or planning on taking...

Lil Nas X is lured by a snake version of himself in the Garden of Eden. (Source: UnderWonder Content Production Company)

“Call Me By Your Name” Combats Conservative Criticism

By Mary Bosch (III) April 19, 2021

The phrase “go to hell” has taken on a whole new meaning. On March 26, Montero Lamar Hill, better known as Lil Nas X, released the song and music video for “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name).” This...

Marvel headlines its second show on Disney+, featuring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Syan. (Source: Tracie Ching)

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Soars

By Maggie Olson (II) and Rachel Roncka (II) April 18, 2021

*SPOILER ALERT FOR EPS 1-3*   The success of WandaVision set the bar high for future Marvel Disney+ shows, but their latest series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, does not disappoint. Since...

Ninety-one million copies of Beverly Cleary's books have been sold across the world. (Source: Christina Koci Hernandez/San Francisco Chronicle by Getty Images)

Farewell, Beverly

By Catherine Cox, Staff Writer April 18, 2021

Known and loved by generations of children and young adults, author Beverly Cleary’s writing has entertained people all over the world. Born on April 12, 1916 in McMinnville, Oregon, Cleary has earned...

Sixie Comics

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Mia Merullo, seen in the front and center, not only acts, but also plays several instruments.

Spotlight on Mia Merullo (I)

By Yongyu Qiu (III), Contributing Writer March 22, 2021

Mia Merullo (I) has been involved with music and acting for many years. What led to her passion for music and acting? Merullo played the clarinet from third to sixth grade, which she continued when she...

Paramount+ More

By Mary Bosch (III), Contributing Writer March 22, 2021

When was the last time that you watched a Video Home System (VHS) tape? For many of us, the answer is never. So what about a DVD or Blu-Ray? For older generations, physical copies of movies and films were...

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