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Book Review: The Night Circus

Book Review: The Night Circus

Haley Jamieson February 19, 2014 1

Erin Morgenstern’s “The Night Circus” is a must read for any fantasy fan who likes a touch of romance. Through an arena of a circus, protagonists Celia Bowen and Marco Alisdair compete to become the greatest

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Survey: Music App Preferences

Survey: Music App Preferences

Zaire Dupont-Armstrong February 18, 2014 0

In Jan. 2014, the Oracle sent a form out to the entire Archer community asking what music apps they preferred using on their phone and computer and why

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The Academy Awards: Predictions and Favorites

The Academy Awards: Predictions and Favorites

Siena Deck February 11, 2014 0

Viewers grip the sides of their couches while actors and directors grip their Valentino dresses as Academy Awards anticipation strikes. Whether you watch to see the dazzling dresses your favorite stars wear, or you

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The 56th Grammy Awards

The 56th Grammy Awards

Emma Lapin January 31, 2014 1

On Jan. 26, 2014, music’s finest flooded the Staples Center to celebrate the Grammy awards. L. L. Cool J hosted the 56th annual show and said, “music has the power to bring us together

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Middle School Theater Presents: “Metamorphoses”

Middle School Theater Presents: “Metamorphoses”

Zaire Dupont-Armstrong January 31, 2014 0

On Friday, Jan. 17, Archer’s Middle School Theater Department debuted their first performance of the second semester, “Metamorphoses.” With about 300 people in attendance, the show was an absolute hit

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Book Review: Wonder

Book Review: Wonder

Emma Lapin January 24, 2014 1

Although “Wonder” is a book targeted for children, adults can appreciate its messages and characters. “Wonder” discusses important topics, like acceptance and judgement, in an honest and innocent way

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Book Review: The Tiny Wife

Book Review: The Tiny Wife

Sara Seaman January 24, 2014 0

Canadian author Andrew Kaufman’s novella “The Tiny Wife” is an accessible yet incredibly imaginative fable. In less than 88 pages, it explores moral ideas of gratitude and love in a metaphorical format

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Movie Review: The Wolf Of Wall Street

Movie Review: The Wolf Of Wall Street

Siena Deck January 22, 2014 0

Martin Scorsese‘s “The Wolf of Wall Street“ stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Margrot Robbie, and other A-list actors. Based on the life of Jordan Belfort, Martin Scorsese portrays Jordan’s rocky life in Scorsese’s 7th film with Leonardo DiCaprio

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Movie Review: About Time

Movie Review: About Time

Haley Jamieson December 17, 2013 1

 The romantic comedy “About Time” is a perfect rainy day, feel good movie. It features a young man, who after learning about an impressive family secret, uses his talent to improve his love life. 

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Archer’s Eastern Star Gallery Features Brad Spence in “Nothing Gold Can Stay”

Archer’s Eastern Star Gallery Features Brad Spence in “Nothing Gold Can Stay”

Siena Deck December 15, 2013 0

On Dec. 11, Archer’s Eastern Star Gallery featured contemporary artist Brad Spence in their show “Nothing Gold Can Stay.” Despite the cold weather, many Archer parents, students, teachers and community guests joined for a night of

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