by Ivy Merrill Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love and friendship and the joy of having other people in your life. It’s a day of flowers, candy, and cards adorned with hearts. Valentine’s Day is also associated with romance, but the origin of the holiday is far less romantic. There are many theories on how Valentine’s Day originated. No one quite knows how it started, but the most well-known theory begins in Rome in the year 268. Emperor Claudius II wanted a fierce team of soldiers to fight in his armies. He found that when … [Read More...] about The Origin of Valentine’s Day
by Daniel Amador As some of you may know, on the 5th of February the Literature Bridge Class went on a field trip to the Chinese-American Museum in Chinatown as a wrap-up to the book Red Scarf Girl by Ji-Li Jiang. The book is about a girl and her … [Read More...] about Literature Chinese American Museum Field Trip
Have you ever felt like your mind was playing tricks on you? That you may not be remembering something the way it really was? You’re not crazy, you’ve just had a taste of the Mandela Effect. Nelson Mandela, activist, political leader, and former … [Read More...] about What Is the Mandela Effect?
Some might think that the new Disney+ show inspired by High School Musical is another disappointing remake that will not impress. However, if you are one of those people, continue reading to find out why I, a former doubter of the show, now … [Read More...] about High School Musical The Musical The Series: The Remake or The Revolution?
Many people know of Peter Jackson's award-winning Lord of the Rings trilogy, but one thing many people try to forget is his overstuffed Hobbit trilogy. So this is part one of 4 or more articles about why the Hobbit failed. So the main thing that … [Read More...] about Why the Hobbit Failed