‘Mamma Mia 2’- You’ll Want To Go Again!

Iconic- a word that springs to mind when you step out of the cinema and back into the real world after almost two and a half hours of A-list actors […]

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The Invasion of Voice Activated Home Assistants

Niamh McGroarty | Reporter Since the introduction of Amazon’s Echo home speaker featuring ‘Alexa’ in 2014, there has been fast movement from other technological companies in order to produce their […]

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Marvel’s Black Panther – A Fantastic Celebration of African Culture

Madeleine Canning | Reporter With Marvel’s latest superhero blockbuster ‘Black Panther’ just recently hitting our cinemas, I decided to give a quick review of this great film and give some of […]

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Welcome to Nowhere – A Story of Syria

Shortly before the Christmas break, St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School kindly distributed over 200 books to the S2 pupils, as part of the First minister’s reading challenge – […]

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REVIEW: ‘Slates’ trilogy

The ‘Slated’ trilogy was written by Terri Terry.  In a world where all people who make mistakes that don’t appear silly or accidental to the Governement have their memories wiped, […]

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REVIEW: ‘Children of Icarus’ by Caighlan Smith

Daniel Ingyang In the town where they worship Icarus, everyone is taught that the gods were jealous of the angels, and so captured all of them but one who they […]

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Review: I Have No Secrets

Robyn Bolger | Reporter ‘I Have No Secrets’, written by Penny Joelson, is a book which, in my opinion, is written from a very unusual and intriguing angle – from […]

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Review: Everything, Everything

Robyn Bolger | Reporter Everything, Everything was written by  Nicola Yoon and is about a young girl who suffers from a disease which prevents her from going outside. When Madeline […]

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The Haunting of Jessop Rise Review

Daniel Ingyang | Reporter The Haunting of Jessop Rise, by Danny Weston, is a mysterious horror novel for teenagers, set in the 1850s. The book is about William, a 14-year-old […]

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Review: Murder On The Orient Express

Robyn Bolger | Reporter ‘Murder On The Orient Express’ is a crime mystery written by Agatha Christie and published on the 1st of January 1934. It was made a movie in […]

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Spooky Stranger Things Returns

Ava Barrett | Reporter Stranger Things was the most popular TV show of 2016, and with season 2 having just arrived on Netflix the whole world has gone crazy for […]

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Catch Up With The Vinyl Club

Olivia Hanlon | Reporter This week’s club of the week is vinyl club. This new club, started by Mr. Hamilton from the Science department, allows pupils from S1 to S6 […]

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REVIEW: ABBA Smash Hit Musical ‘Mamma Mia!’

Robyn Bolger and Annalouise Costello | Reporter Mamma Mia, the musical movie inspired by Sweden’s famous pop group ABBA, is of course a very popular movie and known by many.  […]

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Read All About It: The Maze Runner

Robyn Bolger | Writer The maze Runner series, written by James Dashner, is about a group of people who are brainwashed and sent up to an arena within the centre of a […]

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REVIEW: Rapture Theatre’s ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’

Rebecca Byrne |    RATING: 3/5 STARS Tennessee William’s cult classic play, ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ was revived on Monday night by the Scottish Rapture Theatre at East Kilbride Village Theatre.

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REVIEW: Horror Flick “IT” Makes Chilling Return

Leia Granger | Reviews Editor Holly Cochrane | Special Featurette 27 years after the original movie was released, director Andy Muschietti decided it was time to revisit our old friend Pennywise, […]

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REVIEW: Dystopian Thriller ‘Divergent’

Robyn Bolger and Annalouise Costello | Reporters Divergent is a highly recommended book written by New York bestselling author, Veronica Roth, later adapted into a movie due to it’s popular […]

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