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January’s The Indie Corner!

Sara Posusney and Julia Jaspers, Staff Writers

February 18

Filed under Archives, Arts & Entertainment

Lykke Li A small, fragile, breathy voice sings melodically with the electronic bleeps and effects fantastically. Swedish Li Lykke Timotej Zachrisson (stage name Lykke Li) dabbles her songs with scatting, whispering and cooing adora...

The Movie That Took the World By Storm

Victoria Sun, Staff Writer

February 18

Filed under Archives, Arts & Entertainment

After Titanic made cinematic history, blew apart the box office, and basically became an icon of an entire generation, its director, James Cameron, seemed to take a break from movie-making.  Of course, no one’s complaining...

There’s No Business like SHOWBUSINESS

Kasie Patlove, Staff Writer

February 18

Filed under Archives, Arts & Entertainment

With 2010 off to a roaring start we’ve all seen some of the great new movies that have hit the big screen like Avatar or Sherlock Holmes. Although people can pile into a theatre on the weekends, there are other amazing options....

The Last Stanz: It’s All About the License

Costanza Maio, Editor-in-Chief

February 18

Filed under Archives

For most of yesterday, I was as a license-less student, a mere permit-holding driver. At a quarter after three yesterday afternoon, I sat in line for the driver’s exam in Norristown. The place looked familiar – I had been...

Government versus Religion

Jacob Wildstein, Staff Writer

February 18

Filed under Archives, Opinion

Should national governments have the right to control and regulate religions? In recent days, two examples of this have surfaced that appall me. In Switzerland, a law was passed stating that the construction of minarets, the fo...

Your Eggs ‘n’ Bacon: What Really Goes on Behind the Scenes of Your Breaktast?

Rachael Metz and Staff Writer

February 18

Filed under Archives, Opinion

“We create these animals for our profit and pleasure, playing with their genes, violating their dignity as living creatures, forcing them to lie and live in their own urine and excrement, turning pens into penitentiaries and...

Sound Off: Kids and Indecency

Shilpa Soundararajan, Op-Ed Editor

February 18

Filed under Archives

Bored with studying for my Statistics midterm at 1am this morning, I had turned to the Internet to keep me awake and entertained. As I roamed the interwebs, I noticed the frequent appearance of a certain advertisement promoting...

World Aids Day: Searching for a Cure

February 17

Filed under Archives, Features

Gregory Kurtzman Staff Writer For many of us at Harriton and in the Lower Merion Community December 1st passed just like any other day.  While that date might not bear any particular significance for most of us, especially...

Top 10 Moments of 2009

February 17

Filed under Archives, Features

Alex Settle Staff Writer As we say goodbye to 2009 and hello to 2010, it’s around now that we look back and see what the most memorable moments of the past year were.  The following is a compilation of events that the Harr...

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