The forgotten masterpiece review: Vertigo

Cameron Surdyk, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017

When people think of Alfred Hitchcock movies the first one that usually comes to mind is his brilliantly directed 1960 slasher film “Psycho”. This is unfortunate because time has diminished the value of Hitchcock’s other...

Concert Review: Sandburg Orchestra puts on another stellar show

Olivia Kelliher, Perspectives Editor

March 29, 2016

Thursday night, March 10th, parents, friends, and other appreciators of music inhabited the PAC to experience and listen to the annual Winter Orchestra Concert. Featuring the Concert, Philharmonic, and Symphonic Orchestras,...

One Last Shot: the seniors of Orchesis say goodbye

Justyna Skowronski, Editor-in-Chief

March 29, 2016

Orchesis Senior dancers made their last debut on the Sandburg stage for their final performances February 18th, 19th, and 20th. The girls shimmied their way through Hollywood with their partners in a large variety of dance numbers...

Orland Park to Italy: Tasting Gelato at Mariano’s

Justyna Skowronsk, Editor-in-Chief

March 29, 2016

The possibilities for a frozen, delicious dessert nowadays are infinite. Between ice cream, froyo, frozen custard, Italian ice, gelato, sorbetto, milkshakes, and smoothies, it’s no wonder people never know which one to pick,...

David Bowie, “Blackstar,” and what it means to be immortal

Efrain Dorado @__efrain, Staff Writer

March 28, 2016

When David Bowie first released “Blackstar,” the title track of his final album, back in November, it felt like a rebirth. The return to interstellar aesthetics and lyrics that feel like the ignition of a new era. Ziggy Stardust...