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From left, Stephanie Hsu, Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan in Everything Everywhere All At Once. Credit: Tribune News Service
Arts & Entertainment
Everything Everywhere All At Once: Talked About For a Reason
Ronan Pasquerella March 13, 2023

Driven by amazing characters that feel truly relatable, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a brilliant film that's become one of the most talked-about...

The Stories and Sounds of Ben Platt
The Stories and Sounds of Ben Platt
Gabriel Hill, Journalist • January 23, 2023
Monique Dionne (23) Saves a goal against Walled Lake
Skyron Girls’ Hockey Wraps Up Successful Season with Impressive Record
Robby Shannon, Journalist • March 22, 2023

Varsity The Skyron Huskies season comes to an end with about a week left before states. As of February 27th, their record was 20-1-1, taking...

Kee DeKeyzer flips his opponent initiating a take-down
Eagles Wrestle their way into 2023
Daniel Cherian, Journalist • March 22, 2023

The Skyline Eagles wrestling team came out of November prepared for their first bout. They went through cardio conditioning and worked hard on...

Breaking Down March Madness Round of 32
Breaking Down March Madness' Round of 32
Lance Caswell, Will Pace, Ryan Rzeszut, Graham Unsworth, and Nate Werns March 21, 2023

Ellie and Joel from the video game The Last of Us as seen in poster art of the game. Their counterparts in the HBOMax show are played by Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey
HBO’s The Last of Us: Designed for the Average Viewer but an Absolute Pleasure for Fans of the Game
Evan Cohen March 22, 2023

“Mankind has been at war with the virus from the start. Sometimes, millions of people die. ... But in the end, we always win. [However] there...

Course by Course: A Non-Spoiler Review of The Menu
Course by Course: A Non-Spoiler Review of The Menu
Gabriel Hill, Journalist • March 22, 2023

The Menu is a darkly comedic satire that magically merges the worlds of food and film. Although the film focuses on the food industry, the lessons...

The products on the left represent a dupe, while the products on the right represent the name brand.
“It’s really cool to see people our age doing this trend:” What Skyline Students Have To Say About Tik Tok “Dupes”
Elena Mychaliska, Journalist • March 22, 2023

A new trend on Tik Tok has risen in popularity: dupes. On the app, teenagers and influencers go into stores and playfully record the affordable...