Author: lpahomov

  • Opinion: Why Culture Day Matters

    By Nora Garg Guest Writer SLA just recently started planning for its first-ever Culture Day hosted by the Students Of Color Association, which was founded this school year. To provide context, it was declared much needed by students of color at our school, who were surprised that the only Culture Day we had was a […]

  • Movie Review: Creed 3

    Braylon Dunlap Staff Writer Creed lll is the third installment to the Creed franchise and the eighth installment in the seemingly never-ending Rocky franchise. Usually when a series reaches its third movie, the franchise starts to value quantity over quality, and critical reception tends to decline. So as I went to go see Creed III, […]

  • SLA Survey Shows Negative Connection Between Social Media and Mental Health

    Braylon Dunlap Staff Writer For the past twenty years, social media has seemingly had a bigger impact on teenagers more than any other demographic. Apps like TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat have played major parts in many of our lives.  But just how big a role?  Recently, a series of surveys were sent out to the […]

  • Movie Review: Bones and All, A Romance Both Bloody and Beautiful

    Lara Rosenbach Staff Writer Courtesy of Yahoo! Bones and All I hadn’t heard anything about this film until I went to see it with a friend—my first time at the new-ish AMC Fashion District theater in Center City. This might’ve been because it didn’t sound like any movie I’d seen before.  Bones and All is […]

  • Movie Review: The Fablemans, Spielberg’s Story

    Lara Rosenbach Staff Writer Courtesy of Arts Commented The Fabelmans I wasn’t sure what to expect when saw The Fabelmans in Washington with my mom and grandmom. All I knew was that it was the semi-autobiographical story of Steven Spielberg’s life, a famed director whom made many movies I’d enjoyed, such as Indiana Jones, Jurassic […]