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The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

The Student News Site of Shorewood High School

Shorewood Ripples

Zodiac Column: December 2022

Leela Antigua, Nadia Schwalbach December 1, 2022

As the weather gets colder, fortunes get bolder Capricorn - December 22 – January 19 As the leaves change color and winter approaches, friendships may also fall out of season, Capricorns. A stir...

True crime: for better or worse?

Aud Jenkins December 1, 2022

With the recent release of the Netflix series Dahmer, the crime entertainment industry is booming now more than ever. Police procedurals and court dramas have long been an integral part of America's television...

courtesy Polygon

Pearl: a drama-turnt-slasher

Claudia Talarczyk, Ben Weisse December 1, 2022

In Pearl, Ti West’s second movie in his X trilogy, we see the life of a girl in her late-teens separated from most of society play out with disastrous effects. Set in rural Texas in 1918, our main character...

Edmund Fitzerald on the St. Marys river, August 1975

Bestselling author visits Shorewood Library

Sebastian Pollock November 30, 2022

Rochelle Pennington leads discussions about SS Edmund Fitzgerald Many people are familiar with the Titanic, the doomed ocean liner whose fate was soon adapted into a major feature film starring a young...

Another successful year for AFS Showcase

Another successful year for AFS Showcase

Maya Schmaling, Annabelle Heuer November 30, 2022

Shorewood High School students had the opportunity to bring their unique talents under the spotlight during Shorewood Theatre Department’s AFS Showcase, held on November 11 and 12. Showcase is an annual...

Left to right; Lola Kahate-Desouza, Masha Velikanov and Lucie Carignan pose in
front their artwork at the “Art at the Atrium” showcase

Shorewood students featured at art show

Tyndall Talley November 30, 2022

Meet a few of the Shorewood AP Art Students in "Art at the Atrium" This year was the second annual “Art at the Atrium” showcase, where many Shorewood artists came together and displayed their work...

courtesy Genius

ARTPOP or ArtFlop, a Lady Gaga review

Claudia Talarczyk, Ben Weisse October 28, 2022

We are back and now here in the name of Gaga to spread her gospel: ARTPOP. At the height of her career in 2013, post Born This Way era, Lady Gaga released her third studio album ARTPOP. After dominating...

Hitchcock reveals key to invading viewers minds

Hitchcock reveals key to invading viewers’ minds

Jillian Beaster October 28, 2022

Horror vs. Suspense... analyzing the fraternal twins of film Halloween can be a scary time, especially if you’re a character in a movie. Being a real person, you feel you would always survive in a scary...

courtesy Lola Kahate-Desouza

Creation of free library prompts social change

Noa Biener and Amie Gronert September 22, 2022

The book club Shorewood Moving Forward has decided to sponsor a project to open a little free library with the goal of bringing awareness to social justice issues. The project first went into action...

Warner bros. presents a darker take on Batman

Sam Diliberti and Silas Kemp June 1, 2022

“The Batman”, released in early March of 2022, is the darkest of many takes on the Dark Knight, having more in common with film noir or horror styles than typical superhero movies. Starring Robert...