Review on “Us”: Jordan Peele’s Latest Horror Movie Views A Horrifying New Reality

Jordan Peele, Director of 2016’s thrilling and suspenseful movie Get Out, just released a movie that questions our psychology and the trust we have in others. Us is about a seemingly average family who spend their summer vacation in Santa Cruz, and are soon confronted and attacked by people called “The Tethered.” “The Tethered” are … Continue reading Review on “Us”: Jordan Peele’s Latest Horror Movie Views A Horrifying New Reality

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Stevie Wonder: Black History Month Feature

Stevland Hardaway Judkins, better known by his stage name Stevie Wonder, was born on May 13, 1950 in Saginaw, Michigan to Lula Mae Hardaway and Calvin Judkins. Because he was born prematurely, Wonder developed retinopathy of prematurity, which resulted in permanent vision loss. However, this did not prevent him from becoming one of the most … Continue reading Stevie Wonder: Black History Month Feature

New West Supports Firefighters

Firefighters have been working tirelessly to suppress the deadly fires that have been blazing throughout Northern and Southern California for over two weeks. On Friday, November 16th, New West students, teachers, and parents gave back to the community by raising money for the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation, an organization that aims to increase the … Continue reading New West Supports Firefighters

Review: Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade

If you were to log onto Youtube.com from ten years ago, your recommendations would be filled with videos by a content creator named Bo Burnham. Burnham’s viral videos with titles such as, “i’m bo yo.” and “Rehab Center for Fictional Characters” were famous in the online community. Burnham wrote and performed witty and clever songs … Continue reading Review: Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade