The Prowler

Senior starlet’s EP is “One of a Kind”

Senior starlet’s EP is “One of a Kind”

January 20, 2016

While most seniors are just receiving their first acceptances from colleges, senior Hollyn Shadinger is experiencing an added level of excitement in the form of her EP “Let Me In,” released on Jan. 12. ...

The Force awakens in a new generation

The Force awakens in a new generation

January 6, 2016

For the past three years, filmmaker J.J. Abrams (“Star Trek,” “Super 8”) has been working under enormous pressure. In early 2013, Disney assigned Abrams the arduous task of directing the newes...

‘Hunger Games’ fans heavy-heartedly say goodbye with Mockingjay Part II

‘Hunger Games’ fans heavy-heartedly say goodbye with Mockingjay Part II

Brianna Payne, Staff Writer

December 18, 2015

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES

As soon as the “Hunger Games” trilogy by Suzanne Young swept across the nation, filmmakers grew eager to bring the elaborate series to life. Hunger Games fans seem to have loved the movies so far, b...

‘Hamilton’ soundtrack leaves students ‘satisfied’

‘Hamilton’ soundtrack leaves students ‘satisfied’

December 11, 2015

Anyone who walks the halls of Starr’s Mill is bound to have noticed an increase in talk about a particular founding father. So what’s all the buzz about Alexander Hamilton? In late September, major music outlets relea...

Young artist contributes original ideas to old genre

Young artist contributes original ideas to old genre

December 1, 2015

A familiar and refreshing sound has recently resurfaced in the blues and rock music universe. Those who love old school and rugged music would find the up-and-coming Ray Goren a pleasant listen. An...

Klein debuts a slam dunk

Klein debuts a slam dunk

November 20, 2015

“We had sort of an extensive audition process for reading the characters because I had so many different ways I could go with the cast,” drama director David Klein said. “Eventually it turned out if...

Stirred, but not shaken: newest Bond flick follows old trends

Stirred, but not shaken: newest Bond flick follows old trends

November 18, 2015

After the release of “Skyfall” in 2012, the standard for James Bond movies changed forever. In arguably one of the best installments in the decades-long franchise, director Sam Mendes combined stunning ar...

New album brings new sound

New album brings new sound

Jenna Sanders, Staff Writer

November 11, 2015

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, FEATURES, SHOWCASE

Alessia Cara brings an R&B, pop and jazz mixture to pop music in her new EP “Four Pink Walls.” Cara, from Brampton, Ontario, first started making YouTube videos when she was 13, and got her claim...

Teen country duo captures southern life

Teen country duo captures southern life

November 3, 2015

If you’re a true country guy or girl looking to find current and catchy music, Maddie & Tae is a growing country music duo that is as southern as they come. Listening to Maddie & Tae will make you ...