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A screenshot of a large lake from Voices of the Void.

Videogame Review: Voices of the Void

Kathrine Harrison February 15, 2024

Voices of the Void, or VotV for short, is an indie horror game currently in development by EternityDev, an indie game developer who is currently most known for creating the game Advanced Education with...

The Case for Dropping Midyear Exams

The Case for Dropping Midyear Exams

Ben DeMayo January 26, 2024

This past week, Braintree High School had its third year of its newly-renewed Midyear Exam policy. These exams, covering from 10% to 12.5% of the final, year-long grade–depending on the course level–...

Stanley Water Bottles and Over Consumption

Eamon Corbo January 23, 2024

A TikTok by user victoria_robino_26 shows a group of people rummaging through a Target to get a limited edition Valentines day Stanley water bottle; a bottle which is now being resold for upwards of $200. Stanley...

The iconic cover of The Catcher in the Rye.

The Catcher in The Rye

Kate Lee January 23, 2024

“I’m quite illiterate, but I read a lot.” - Holden Caulfield Holden Caulfield, the teenage narrator of The Catcher in the Rye said it best, himself. You don’t need to be smart to understand...

Beautiful Boy

Beautiful Boy

Juliana Linker January 22, 2024

Beautiful Boy: A heartbreaking showcase of both love and hate, family and separation, but mostly importantly, addiction and recovery. For what was a movie I wanted to see simply to support the works of...

Ladybird: A Feminine Tragedy

Ladybird: A Feminine Tragedy

Lilah Downey, WampTV Reporter January 5, 2024

“Anybody who talks about California hedonism has never spent a Christmas in Sacramento.” -Joan Didion Fifteen words that open up Greta Gerwig’s 2017 directorial debut, Ladybird. Ladybird is the...

A Little Bit Late

A Little Bit Late

Antoine Powell January 5, 2024

From the words of someone who comes into school by car every day, the tardiness system at Braintree High School is an unnecessarily harsh one. Of course, the tardy system is inherently logical: it...

Why dont we have Flying Cars?

Why don’t we have Flying Cars?

Bram Cass December 21, 2023

Flying cars: the definitive symbol of the future. Often accompanied with sleek, Nuclear Age designs, the idea of making a car fly has existed ever since we had cars and flying vehicles. For the past century,...

Official promotional image for the 60th specials.

Spoiler Free Review- Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Specials

Antoine Powell December 18, 2023

Doctor Who is the longest running Science Fiction series in the world right now, and this year is its sixtieth anniversary. Following last year’s BBC Centenary special, former showrunner Russell T Davies...

Timers and Tests: No Time To Waste

Timers and Tests: No Time To Waste

Antoine Powell December 8, 2023

Testing is-and forever will be-a core part of the school curriculum. Not only is it a benchmark of student knowledge, but it often makes or breaks a major bulk of a student’s grade. Tests-albeit debatably-are...

Creative Writing Should Be Available To All Students

Creative Writing Should Be Available To All Students

Bram Cass December 8, 2023

Fiction is the most popular writing genre. It is a genre that has launched the careers of many successful authors, and is responsible for many famous household names, like J.K. Rowling and J.R.R. Tolkien....

Why has American Horror Story gotten so bad?

Why has “American Horror Story” gotten so bad?

Heidy Castellanos November 9, 2023

This past September, the twelfth season of the FX show, American Horror Story, came out called “Delicate” and has been releasing weekly episodes for its viewers. The weekly releases have been creating...

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