Wesleyan School premiered a night many will remember for the rest of their lives, A Night in Old Hollywood. After countless hours put it by the prom committee, the final product was truly a sight and their hard work paid off as they took Wesleyan back in time to 1950s Hollywood. Juniors and seniors walked the red carpet as they awaited an extraordinary night filled with dancing, music and themed hors d’oeuvres galore.
Marvel’s Avenger’s: Infinity War is the culmination of over a decade of character development, high-concept storytelling, and Stan Lee cameos. However, if the film is not worth watching then what’s the point? That’s what I am here to answer today. I’m going to be breaking down my thoughts on the movie as well as some fun Easter eggs I spotted throughout the movie.
Since the dawn of 1963, Wesleyan School has been home to thousands of students who have looked deeper into the depths of the institution. The conspiracies that have been passed down from generation to generation are not only lingering but are developing into newfangled ideas and plans to discover the truth of the legends Wesleyan has attempted to deny.
Look what you made [her] do. When a minimalistic, black furry coated Taylor Swift stands above a mound of her old personas, kicking them in the face as they try to reach her, it is clear that the old Taylor is dead, and the new one is here to stay. Critics can say what they want about Swift’s comeback, but this article will have nothing to do with the endless criticizing and nitpicking of Ms. Swift. As a loyal Taylor Swift fan, I pledged my allegiance to the star a long time ago; therefore, my tolerance for fake fans is slim to none.
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