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Racist Hullabaloo in “Harry Potter”

There’s been some brouhaha in the Harry Potter fanbase surrounding Hermione Granger, one of the series’s central characters. J.K. Rowling collaborated on a sequel play, titled “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” which follows various characters into middle age. The play is set to premiere in London next summer. The buzz […]

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Life Advice: Bandana Kid Answers

Why is death inevitable? But seriously what advice would you give to freshmen that you wished someone had told you when you were a freshman? Howdy!  For the readers who don’t already know, “death is inevitable” has become a popular saying among the seniors who take AP classes. Death is […]

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Basic Advice from the Bandana Blogger

Just a basic bandana here, hoping to help you out. Everybody gets 4 years to go to high school, fill up graduation requirements, solidify friendships, juggle clubs and activities, maintain sanity, and more.  Sometimes, it can be a little more than anyone bargained for (even though technically we never signed […]

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Archana’s World: “The Imitation Game” Entertains with Cumberbatch’s Depiction of a Tortured Genius

The Imitation Game, directed by Morten Tyldum, is a dramatic biography (keep in mind many Hollywood biographies’ creative liberties often make for historically inaccurate films) detailing British mathematician Alan Turing’s attempt to break the Nazi code, Enigma, during World War II. Turing, considered a father of computer science and artificial […]