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 […]

How did “The Batman” manage to renew such a classic character?

By YANIS DJEKBOUBI With $672.8 at the box office, The Batman is THE successful movie of 2022’s first trimester. Indeed, after an impressively heavy marketing campaign, many trailers, and an unstoppable hype from the fans but also the general public, The Batman finally arrived in our dark movie theaters on March 4th in the United […]

IT’S A WRAP: IHS Drama presents Pippin the Musical

By ELLEN SPEER While many of us were enduring a harsh winter,  IHS Drama spent the winter month working hard to produce the Musical “Pippin” which  hit the stage March 17-19, 2022 featuring lead roles played by Alexa Cikowski and Sean Kelly and directed by IHS’ own Mrs. Leah Lyons. Pippin is well renowned as […]

MUSICAL 2022: IHS presents “PIPPIN”

The Indiana Area High School performing arts departments will present the Broadway musical “Pippin” on Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m., with two performances on Saturday at 1:30 and 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 for VIP seating, $10 for general seating and $8 for students and seniors and are available at ihs.booktix.com or at the […]

Common Ground, a masked and distanced spring play

By ADELINE LOYAL – As the school year comes to an end, the IHS Drama Department has one last show in store.  The show can be streamed anytime on Friday, May 21 and Saturday, May 22. Tickets for the show can be purchased on the IHS Drama Department website or purchase a streaming pass at […]

IHS Drama Department set to perform their second virtual play

By JUSTIN REESE – All aboard! It’s time to get your tickets to see the IHS winter play. The Indiana Senior High will be streaming their winter play, Emotional Baggage on March 5 and 6 at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $7.50 for a single virtual pass. Each pass works on one device only. “If you […]