‘Seaspiracy’ uncovers dark secrets of marine industry

To expose the lesser known evils of human activity that impact marine ecosystems, British filmmaker Ali Tabrizi set out on a journey and created a revealing documentary: “Seaspiracy.” The central issue discussed in this documentary has flown under the radar and has been purposely kept secret from the public. Tabrizi uncovered the mass killing of […]


Baseball team bests Grandview Heights 18-6

The boys baseball team beat Grandview Heights 18-6 in a home game at Clowson Field Monday, April 26. Junior Ryan Bernstein pitched three innings and the entire lineup had a strong performance at the plate: the Lions jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning with base hits from Bernstein, sophomore Jonathan Speiss, […]


‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ attempts to tackle race, mental health with poise but falls short

Disney Plus’ second Marvel show “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is full of action, excitement and character development that culminates in an entertaining and enjoyable show that is one of the most engaging Marvel installments due to its discussions of racism, PTSD and much more. “Falcon and the Winter Soldier” starts the buddy-cop style friendship […]


Drake drops ‘Scary Hours 2’ pack amid anticipation of follow-up album

In October 2020, Drake announced he would be releasing the album “Certified Lover Boy” in January as a follow up to “Dark Lane Demo Tapes,” but after injuring his knee, he delayed the release and dropped a shorter album, “Scary Hours 2,” in the meantime. Drake is undeniably one of the most accomplished and consistent […]


District requiring students to double mask for all-in school

Students are required to wear two masks, or an equivalent, in the school at all times as a result of going back all-in Tuesday, March 23. Interim Superintendent Dan Good said students can wear one cloth mask over a paper mask or any mask that is the Center for Disease Control and Prevention equivalent of […]


Korean-American film ‘Minari’ weaves themes into nuanced plot

First showcased at the Sundance Film Festival, “Minari” explores the clash of ideals among Korean family members who have immigrated to the U.S. Directed by Lee Isaac Chung, “Minari” aims to provide multiple perspectives of what it means to be an immigrant and is a fascinating movie with a powerful soundtrack and engaging cinematography. The […]


Bexley senior pursues passion for equestrianism

Emerging as an early childhood hobby, senior Sammi Nack’s love of horseback riding has continued into her high school career, shaping her work ethic, competitive mindset and future goals. Nack said that she began her venture into horseback riding at 8 years old. “I went on a field trip for Girl Scouts to Marmon Valley, […]


Reality competition ‘Blown Away’ highlights unique passion

Netflix’s “Blown Away” brings light to the uncommon passion of glassblowing as 10 professional glass blowers compete. Having not watched the first season, I was pleasantly surprised by this series because of the unique and creative glass pieces the contestants make. This Netflix original follows professional glass blowers as they compete for a prize of […]


Netflix show ‘Lupin’ puts audience on edge of their seats

The recently released show “Lupin” starring French movie star sensation Omar Sy is a dramatic and compelling story with a touch of humor in which the deceptive main character is sure to have the audience on the edge of their seats. “Lupin” tells the story of a young boy named Assan whose dad is wrongly […]


Softball team hopes to play safe after missed season

After missing their last season due to COVID-19, head coach Jessica Sciacca said softball team members are ready to take on the season, which started Feb. 22, with hard work and determination. Sciacca said this will be her 11th season coaching for the program. “We have something to prove this year,” she said, after missing […]