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Summer fun 2012 starts at Wolf Trap

Megan Lin, Staff Writer

June 12, 2012

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The smell of fresh grass mingles with the rustle of sundresses, beautiful lyrics and notes which float through the sweet summer air. A night under the stars as the sun sets over Wolf Trap National Park for the Per­forming...

Short Plays meet expectations

Kimberly Williams, Entertainment Editor

June 12, 2012

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The Robinson drama department is known for putting on well-rehearsed productions, and the end of year student short plays were no exception. Written, directed and performed by students, three separate short plays were acted...

‘Huntsman’ fails to tell the tale

Jason Focarino, Business Editor

June 12, 2012

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The aesthetic quality of a movie is always essential. It increases the viewer’s experience overall, and it helps to keep interest going. Beautifully aesthetic movies are a favorite in the film industry, often winning awards...

Summer Reading Top Nomination List

Kimberly Williams, Entertainment Editor

June 12, 2012

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Book: What Happened to Good­bye Author: Dessen, Sarah Description: Ever since Mclean’s parents divorced, she has lived in four towns in two years – each time taking on a new persona. Mclean expects to leave Lakeview...

‘MIB 3D’ does not reach full potential

Simran Badwal, Staff Writer

June 12, 2012

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Following the original “Men in Black,” Men in Black Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back. Director Barry Sonnenfeld adds a new twist to this movie by introducing Agent K when he was younger and first new...

Film students win Oscar Meyers

Hiba Ahmad, Business Editor

June 12, 2012

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Russell Theatre buzzes with anticipated chatter from family and friends that have come out to support students. The lights dim and a wave of silence engulfs the theatre. A picture is projected onto the screen and the movie begins. On...

Senior Songs

June 6, 2012

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As they flee the building in droves (or, if they opt to stroll the halls, taunting the busy underclassmen), seniors are feeling more liberated now than ever before, what with the absence of school stress in their lives (at least...

‘Abbey’ strikes chord with viewers

Shelby Gee, Production Editor

May 15, 2012

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“Downton Abbey” is, in short, an engaging and complex tale which pulls viewers in to every storyline and character. Unlike many modern programs, each episode seems well thought out, like it must have taken months to write,...

Concert courtesy

MK Koszycki, Staff Writer

May 15, 2012

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• Respect the opening acts. They work just as hard as the headliners and have a great deal of courage to get up in front of large groups of people who do not even know who they are. Arriving early and sticking it out through...

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