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Jordan Owens

Jordan Owens, A&E Editor

This is senior Jordan Owens's second year as a member of The Prowler staff.  She is the Arts & Entertainment Editor.

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For those feeling the loss of their favorite TV shows because of COVID-19, do not worry because Netflix has amazing original shows that are just as compelling and binge worthy. Some of them are “On My Block,” “Rhythm + Flow,

Worth the binge

April 11, 2020
Senior Amy Garcia's favorite song at the moment is

Panther Tracks

March 15, 2020
News to eat waffles with

News to eat waffles with

February 28, 2020
“The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath is a semi-autobiographical novel that explains the hardships young women face in the real world. The novel draws parallels between the main character, Esther Greenwood, and the author, reflecting the mental lapse Plath experienced while writing the novel.

[PHOTO] Panther Reads

February 23, 2020
Junior Ishani Peddi’s favorite song at the moment is “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane. The song was written by Grace Silk and refers back to the book “Alice in Wonderland.”

[PHOTO] Panther Tracks

February 16, 2020
Economics and current issues teacher Walt Ellison talked about the first book he had ever fully read, “Hollywood Hulk Hogan.” With this autobiography of the famous wrestler Hulk Hogan, Ellison shows students and teachers alike that a person does not need a lengthy novel to become interested in reading.

Panther Reads

February 12, 2020
The poster for the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first Avengers movie. In these stories the staff of the Arts and Entertainment department list favorite movies, shows, songs, albums, and books of the 2010s.

Best of the 2010s

January 14, 2020
History teacher Susan King discussed the book “Where the Crawdads Sing.” This murder mystery follows a girl named Kya as lives in the south in the 1950s when celebrity Chase Andrews is murdered.

Panther Reads

January 12, 2020
Sophomore Jared Donahoo's favorite song as of right now is

Panther Tracks

December 16, 2019
This segment of “Panther Reads” features Chad Phillips, head coach of Starr’s Mill’s football team. Phillips describes “Killing Patton” by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard as a novel focusing on uncovering the conspiracies surrounding World War II General George S. Patton Jr.’s death.

[PHOTO] Panther Reads

December 7, 2019
Right now “Low” by Todrick Hall is Dhara Padiar’s favorite song. This hip-hop track is suggested because no matter what mood you are “Low” will be able to put in a better one.

Panther Tracks

November 11, 2019
For senior Emelia Gapp her current favorite song is “Should Have Known Better” by Sufjan Stevens. This song may not sound like it, but it has a deep and dark meaning about the artist’s troubled past.

[PHOTO] Panther Tracks

November 6, 2019
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[PHOTO] Panther Reads

November 2, 2019
Spanish teacher Laura Alldredge recently sat by the ocean with a nice, entertaining book. Alldredge particularly liked “Two Like Me and You” not only because the author shares the same college as her, but as well as this novel was a nice change from the author’s previous books.

Panther Reads

October 29, 2019
Not all favorited music has to be lyrical, and for senior, Abigail Willis, she prefers soundtracks instead. Willis says her current music obsession is the “E.T.” soundtrack

[PHOTO] Panther Tracks

October 20, 2019
Senior Julissa Sanchez favorite song right now is “Mi Gente” by J Balvin and Willy Willam. This shows how the students of Starr’s Mill listen to various songs in many languages.

Panther Tracks

September 28, 2019
In this week’s episode of “Panther Reads,” Starr’s Mill English teacher Dr. Lela Crowder praises “The Book Jumper” by Mechthild Gläser. This young adult fantasy novel fills avid readers with envy as the main character, Amy, adventures through well-known novels.

[PHOTO] Panther Reads

September 21, 2019
Sophomore Madison Prince says “gone girl” by Iann Dior and Trippie Redd is her current favorite song. This upbeat and fast-paced rap song is helping to build a name for this new rap artist.

[PHOTO] Panther Tracks

September 14, 2019
After going down the road of nostalgia, senior Zachary Livsey recommends “Smooth Sailing” by Queens of the Stone Age. Formed in 1996, this rock band continues to make music after over 20 years and seems to still be reaching the ears of some Starr’s Mill students.

Panther Tracks

September 5, 2019
Math teacher and varsity girls’ soccer coach John Bowen starts off this year's edition of “Panther Reads.” Bowen talks with The Prowler about “The National Team: The Inside Story of the Women Who Changed Soccer.” He further explained the role the United States women's soccer team has in the world right now.

Panther Reads

August 24, 2019
Sophomore Adam Sands recommends the song “Crimson and Clover” by Tommy James & the Shondells. The song peaked at number one on the U.S. charts in February 1969 and is featured in an album of the same name.

[PHOTO] Panther Tracks

August 22, 2019
Senior Jaqueline Laureno recommends “Mikrokosmos” by BTS. This K-pop song is the third one on their newest album “Map of the Soul: Persona,” and it is helping the group break more language barriers than they already have.

Panther Tracks

May 17, 2019
Real Talk

Real Talk

April 11, 2019
Over Spring Break Starr’s Mill students will travel to France for the second part of the French Foreign Exchange Program. French teacher Jill Snelgrove will accompany ten of her students on the trip.

Au revoir!

March 28, 2019
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