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The Prowler

The student-run online newspaper for Starr's Mill High School

The Prowler

Dana Gould, Arts & Entertainment co-Editor

Senior Dana Gould is a two-year member of The Prowler staff.  She is an arts & entertainment co-editor and a staff writer.

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Ninety-seven years after a nuclear apocalypse devastated Earth, 100 criminal teenagers are sent back to Earth because the last of humanity is running out of air in their space station called the ark. This television show/book series called “The 100,” is one of very few cases when the film is actually better than the book version.

For once, the film was better

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
May 3, 2018
English department

English department

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
April 17, 2018
Crew member for Ryan Blaney checks tire wear on the No. 12 DEX Imaging Ford. Drivers used final practice to find long-run speed in preparation for tomorrow’s race. Joey Logano, Team Penske teammate to Ryan Blaney, ran the most laps in the final practice session with 74.

Newman back on top after final practice

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
February 24, 2018
This weekend, NASCAR racing returns to Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton for three full days of on-track activity.

Real racing begins in Hampton

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
February 22, 2018
Left: Photo via under Creative Commons license
Right: Photo via Flickr (SalTheColourGeek) under Creative Commons license

Head 2 Head

Dana Gould and Blythe Terry
February 18, 2018
Main characters James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden) wait outside of a restaurant after blackmailing their ride and and inadvertently becoming stranded in the process. The hit series “The End of the F***ing World,” based on the comic book by Charles Forsman, may have a second season in the works that would premiere sometime in 2018 or early 2019.

Cliffhanger leaves fans begging for more

Dana Gould, Features co-Editor
February 1, 2018
“Spoiler alert: the hero dies” is the eye-opening story of Michael Ausiello’s relationship with his long-term boyfriend Kit Cowan before and after the cancer diagnosis that changed their lives. This novel uses dark humor and years of beautiful memories to paint a detailed picture of their time together in an awe-inspiring way.

Spoiler alert: may cause tears

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
November 21, 2017

Envisioning the future

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
November 6, 2017
“This Makes You Smarter” is a collection of beautifully crafted articles written by some of the world’s most innovative minds and leading thinkers. The articles in this book answer the 2011 Edge Question: “What scientific concept would improve everybody’s cognitive toolkit?”

Books really can make you smarter

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
September 26, 2017
“Delirium” is a breath-taking dystopian novel that follows Lena Holoway on a journey to discover her own happiness in a world free of love. Ex Libris, the Starr’s Mill book club, will be discussing “Delirium” in the Starr’s Mill Media Center on Oct. 4.

Caution: readers may experience deliria

Dana Gould, A&E co-Editor
September 12, 2017
“Trust Me,” the epic finale of the “Find Me” series, follows Wicket Tate as she must figure out who she can trust before her opportunity for a future vanishes completely. Romily Bernard, the author of the “Find Me” series, will be in the Starrs Mill Media Center on Jan. 27 as part of this year’s Feed Your Need To Read Week events.  She will discuss her books and answer questions during all three lunches.

Thrilling finale to a beloved series

Dana Gould, Staff Writer
January 25, 2017
In “Red Rising,” protagonist Darrow, a member of the lowest social class on Mars, must destroy his society’s unfair social system no matter the cost in a futuristic dystopian. Ex Libris, the Mill’s book club, will meet after school on Dec. 7 in the Media Center to discuss “Red Rising” along with “The Weight of Feathers” and “Bone Gap.”

A not-so-interesting take on Mars

Dana Gould, Staff Writer
November 16, 2016
“To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” by Jenny Han, encompasses all the best characteristics of romance novels while having its own unique take on the classic genre. The second book in this series, “P.S. I Still Love You,” was published on May 26, 2016.

Not your average romance novel

Dana Gould, Staff Writer
October 2, 2016
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