Kalin and Myles: Is this really acceptable for high schoolers?

Holly Biller, Editor-In-Chief

April 20, 2015

A new collection of songs plays through the headphones of New Castle High School students for their noticeably catchy rhythms. Kalin White and Myles Parish create a fairly new “hip pop” duo, with only one current album in...

Review: Taylor Swift’s brave new album

Holly Biller, Editor-In-Chief

November 13, 2014

Taylor Swift’s 1989 shakes out the impure tracks and familiar beats of this century and conquers the world of pop while she truly captures a complete different era. I was quite taken back while joining the nice dresses, red...

Flappy Bird: The latest viral game for NCHS students

Holly Biller, Reporter

February 6, 2014

Social media sites are filled with posts and tweets about the newest trending application on the market. Although just added to the Android market on Jan. 24, the application already has over one million downloads. The game has...

Review: ‘Warm Bodies’ heats up romance genre

Tim Anderson, Reporter

February 20, 2013

Warm Bodies was released in theatres on Feb. 1. This romantic comedy is a breathtaking twist in comparison with other love stories. “R” (Nicholas Hoult) is the main character of the movie. He plays a flesh eating, lifeless...

Review: Green Day’s three cd release is musical madness

Tim Anderson, Reporter

January 16, 2013

Up-beat, raw, and extraordinary are words that can be used to describe Green Day’s three new released albums, Uno, Dos, and Tre. Green Day released these albums so quickly and closely together to show that they are still a leader...

Review: Odds are in ‘Hunger Games’ favor

March 29, 2012

By Taylor Clark– Friday March 23, the world was watching, and they weren’t displeased. Not only was The Hunger Games expected to be a huge hit, but it was a huge hit. After this weekend’s premiere, it reached third, at...

Review: All-American Rejects return with greatness

March 29, 2012

By John Krupp– After four long years of awaiting a new release from pop-punks, The All-American Rejects, it would be easy to say that the band is approaching the greatest hits phase in their career, especially since the last a...

Movie Review: Chronicle masters first person film style

February 6, 2012

By Chad Rowe– Take the cinematic style of The Blair Witch Project, add a high school jock, party boy, and the school nobody, and now give them the Force from Star Wars and you have Chronicle. This piece of cinematic art was ...