The Huntsman: Winter's War Review

The Huntsman: Winter’s War Review

Taking a bold stance, “The Huntsman: Winter’s War” acts as both a prequel and sequel to “Snow White and the Huntsman”, choosing to open audience’s eyes to the life of the Huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) himself as he embarks on an epic adventure while reconnecting with a wife he long thought dead. The movie is beautiful. From tiny porcupines made of… Read more →

Diversity In American Entertainment

Diversity In American Entertainment

Within the realm of American pop culture, there is very minimal, if at all, Asian representation in TV shows and movies. As proof, out of the top 100 films of 2014, only 5.3% of the characters were Asian. And if Asians are featured on television, they typically play characters that embody Asian stereotypes. It is common to see an Asian… Read more →


New Centrosaurine Ceratopsid

65 million years ago, an asteroid collided with the Earth, causing the end of the Age of Reptiles. Prior to this point in time, dinosaurs were the dominant form of terrestrial life, with few other creatures able to even compete against them in terms of size or diversity. One particular lineage of dinosaur was emerging just as the extinction was… Read more →

Ben&Jerry's Non-Dairy Ice Cream Review

Ben&Jerry’s Non-Dairy Ice Cream Review

After almost three years of careful taste tests and tweaks to recipe, Ben & Jerry’s has finally come out with their non-dairy, vegan ice cream line. The line launched in February of 2016, and featured four flavors: Chunky Monkey, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Coffee Caramel Fudge, and P.B. & Cookie. While Chunky Money and Chocolate Fudge Brownie are available in the… Read more →

The Missing Sport

High school is a place to explore different skills and talents in a wide array of activities. Sports, music, theatre, academic interests, and different clubs are represented in many high schools and it is up to the students to decide which field suits them best. Granted, not every single sport or instrument can be involved in high schools due to… Read more →

Brasserie: An Authentic Place Without a Bridge

Walking in an unruly, poorly-lit street in Tenafly, NJ, one will come across a large double door with huge gold letters hung above spelling “Brasserie.” The restaurant seating is solely indoors during the winter, with the booths positioned on either side of the double doors and the vestibule. It is dimly lit and the furniture resembles a traditional French restaurant,… Read more →

Doc’s Last Concert

On May 17, at approximately 9:30 pm, Dr. Patrick Finley received his final ovation as the conductor of BCA’s chamber and concert choirs.   This year’s spring concert was Dr. Finley’s last concert at BCA before his retirement.  “Doc,” as many students have affectionately called him, has been a teacher at the Academies for 17 years. “Coming to work at… Read more →