Indiana Area Senior High School

‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ parade lights up November

By Anna Cutter The ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ festival and holiday parade fell on November 17 this year. Usually referred to as ‘Light Up Night,’ the IAWL festival is a series of holiday activities that took place on the 17 and the 18 of November this year. The festival was held at IRMC park, along […]

The Last Of Us show review

By LIZZIE OLSEN The Last of Us starring Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey has taken the world by storm with the two’s amazing acting and chilling new take on the zombie apocalypse genre. The show is based off of the video game The Last Of Us which launched in 2013, and so far the fans are […]

IHS drama department brings to the table another play: “The Nit Wits”

By SKY STEVENS The Indiana Area Senior High School Drama Department gets ready to set the stage for yet another seat-grabbing play, “The Nit Wits,” this upcoming weekend.  Opening night is this Friday, May 5 at 7:00 pm, and will play for one more night at 7:00 pm on Saturday, May 6. Ticket prices range […]

IHS Drama Department to present Spring Musical

PRESS RELEASE The IHS Drama Department is proud to announce the 2023 musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Written in 1968, featuring lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Joseph features iconic pop and musical theater classics known around the world, such as UK #1 “Any Dream Will Do,” “Close Every […]

IHS opines on popular writer Colleen Hoover

By MADELINE SHIRLEY Colleen Hoover is an author who writes books that many people read including students at IHS. Her book’s have become more popular lately and her books have been getting more attention from IHS students.  Hoover has produced many popular books including; It Ends With US, It Starts With US, Ugly Love, Verity, […]

Ginny and Georgia Season 2 is a smash hit

By LIZZIE OLSEN Throughout January, seemingly one of the hardest months of the school year, the perfect thing to help make it easier is a fresh show. The new season of Ginny and Georgia has been a hit, circulating around the internet for some time now. Its gained popularity has been good for many, as […]

Taylor Swift evades time and expectations with “Midnights”

By EMMA SHEERAN Taylor Swift recently released her 10th studio album ‘Midnights’ and it took no more than a day for it to break streaming records and make history. Though there have been some differing opinions on the album, it cannot be denied that it is one of her most successful and popular releases. Swift […]

Cobra Kai strikes first with impressive Season 5

By WILL BERZONSKY As it does every season, Cobra Kai took on more epic stunts, grew its cast, and expanded the Karate Kid universe in the anticipated follow-up to the shocking ending that was Cobra Kai Season 4. The show does an amazing job building off of the limited source material the Karate Kid franchise […]

Morbius: a complete failure?

By YANIS DJEKBOUBI Morbius is Sony’s latest addition to their superhero movie adaptation catalog. After the enormous success they had with Spiderman: No Way Home (3rd most money grossing movie of all time), it would be logical to expect Morbius to follow on this trend. However, the movie took a completely different path.. and not […]

Geeky greetings take over the first week of May

By VICTORIA GALLAGHER The First Week of May obviously contains the dates May the 4th and May the 5th and as many know, these two days have grown to great renown for nerds and non-nerds, but does anyone know the significance of those days? On May the 4th it is common to now hear “May […]