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La La Land and the Dangers of Fantasy
10 months ago

La La Land and the Dangers of Fantasy

In a year of many excellent films, one dud has risen to the top of the awards heap: Damien Chazelle’s nostalgia-soaked, Hollywood navel-gazing musical “La La Land,” which debuted …
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Why Wearing Name Brands Is Stupid
10 months ago

Why Wearing Name Brands Is Stupid

Before beginning, I would like to acknowledge the fact that I wear shirts and pants  sporting non-exorbitant brand logos frequently. This column is not intended to belittle anyone who …
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New Music 2017

New year, new music to look out for. While many artists have announced that they’re coming out with new albums this year, most of the buzz has been circling …
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Star Wars: Then and Now

In 1977, 20th Century Fox released the movie “Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope.” The film quickly grew in popularity, grossing $775 million at the box office, making …
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Troye Sivan’s “Suburbia” Tour Wows

On October 21, at the Comerica Theater in Phoenix, hundreds of excited teenagers bustled around the theater, some waiting to buy merchandise, others already running towards their seats, pulling …
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Music is Healing: Our Florida Georgia Line Concert Experience
1 year ago

Music is Healing: Our Florida Georgia Line Concert Experience

Let’s talk about country music for a moment. While it is true that not everyone on campus is a country music fan, and in fact, it is probably the …
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Pumpkin Comic

“Is it just me or is there a firefly in there?” COMIC COURTESY OF JAMES KNEPLER, GRADE 6

What’s Your Favorite Song?

The staff of The Gregorian Chant weighed in on their favorite songs on the back page of the September 2016 issue. Here’s who they picked as their favorite songs:

Kai Morfin

“Kubo and the Two Strings” Thrills

If you must blink, do it now. Pay careful attention to everything you see, no matter how unusual it may seem. If you look away, even for an instant, …
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Summer Movie Preview 2016
2 years ago

Summer Movie Preview 2016

School season is coming to a close and two of my favorite seasons that do happen in the Summer are here: vacation season and summer movie season. And since we’ve …
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Staff Picks: Our Favorite Celebrities
2 years ago

Staff Picks: Our Favorite Celebrities

The staff of The Gregorian Chant weighed in on their favorite celebrities on the back page of the April 2016 edition. Here’s who they picked as their two favorite celebrities:

Ben …
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Too Blessed to be Stressed: Our Tips for Finals Week
2 years ago

Too Blessed to be Stressed: Our Tips for Finals Week

It’s time once again for TGS students to start preparing for final exams. However, unlike most years, this December won’t mean less than adequate sleep hours, skipped meals, and possible …
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Our Favorite Holiday Films
2 years ago

Our Favorite Holiday Films

  • “LOVE ACTUALLY”: HANNAH EMAMI
  • “ELF”: KARAM KATARIYA, CAROLINE ZLAKET
  • “A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS”: NOAH SHARMA
  • “THE GRINCH WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS”: SAM GROSKIND, TORI SUBLETTE
  • “HOME ALONE”: VALERIE YAROVA, DHRUV PATEL

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Top Holiday Events in Tucson
2 years ago

Top Holiday Events in Tucson

Info about the Downtown Parade of Lights, Winterhaven Festival of Lights, Fourth Avenue Street Fair, performances of “The Nutcracker,” and more holiday events in Tucson.

Staff Picks: Where We’re Headed This Holiday
2 years ago

Staff Picks: Where We’re Headed This Holiday

We asked our staff what they will be doing over the winter break.

Man Buns: Love Them, Or Hate Them?

We’ve all seen it. From social media, to pop culture, to TGS students, the man bun has made its presence known in our lives.

But who can rock …
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Album Season Showdown: Who Will Come Out on Top?
2 years ago

Album Season Showdown: Who Will Come Out on Top?

Every year, between October and December, artists and bands release new music for listeners worldwide. This period, known to some as “album season,” often falls just in time for …
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New Media Platform Gives Professional Athletes a Voice

Recently, many athletes have turned against the press and media that follow their careers constantly. However, in an effort to re-address the problem, some athletes are adopting a different …
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Evolution of Women’s Athletic Uniforms

In the early 1900s women emerged in the world of sports especially in tennis and golf. They started out with only their ankles barely showing, corsets, long sleeves, and …
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Songs of Summer

Videos may contain explicit content. Viewer discretion is advised.

Shamir – “On the Regular”

The almost comedic anthem of self-confidence by 20-year old artist Shamir is a …
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Jay-Z’s Tidal Makes Waves

Streaming music has become very popular these days and has revolutionized the music industry. It all started in 2005 when YouTube, a video site, came along. YouTube allowed the …
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Beauty standards harmful to African-American women

As the number of African-American women in the media increases, many tend to think that the issue of equal representation has been solved. With several successful programs showcasing black female …
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Female rap artists deserve R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Sometime last year a fellow student said something that has stuck with me ever since. While talking about music the subject of rap came up, and as he listed …
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Day of the Dead is alive downtown

“There are 100,000 of you here,” an All Souls Procession volunteer yells within an enormous crowd of skull painted faces, “So if each of you donate $1, we will make …
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Scary fast: Jimmy John’s delivers to The Gregory School

As students at The Gregory School are dismissed from their C or G Block class and make their way to the cafeteria for lunch, Jimmy John’s worker Ken Mahue, 20, …
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The Maze Runner Review: A-maze-ed by the movie

The Maze Runner, starring Dylan O’Brien (MTV’s Teen Wolf), is the story of a fearless teenager who changes everything in a dystopian future world. Sounds familiar, right? It is extremely …
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