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Movie Review: Easy A

By Rachel KorowitzSeptember 22, 2010
A strong, female protagonist. Smart, funny dialogue. A cast that makes acting look like something anyone can do. Ladies and gentlemen, we may have just found... More  →
Movie Review: Easy A

Blogging My AP World History Experience

By ContributorSeptember 22, 2010
dasp_girly, we bet you could ANY class entertaining.—Sparkitors I had Advanced Placement World History today. It's supposedly college level, but my teacher is a lunatic—if you stick around, you'll begin to understand the depths of her insanity. To give... More  →
Blogging My AP World History Experience

Feel Like Learning American Sign Language? Learn This Stuff First

By ContributorSeptember 22, 2010
If we ever get a special ASL name, we hope it's the same as staresinspace's. —Sparkitors So you wanna learn American Sign Language? Okay. Go to a library and open up a book and stare at it for an obscenely long period of time.... More  →
Feel Like Learning American Sign Language? Learn This Stuff First

Blogging Pride and Prejudice as If It Were a Teen Novel: Part 4

By Emily WinterSeptember 22, 2010
Chapters 8-11 At Casa de Bingley—home of The Bingley Burger—the Bingley sisters don't give two peppery sharts about sick Jane Bennet, which makes Lizzy happy, because it means Lizzy's allowed to hate the Bingley sisters again. Being happy about being angry is really, really cool. Lizzy makes... More  →
Blogging Pride and Prejudice as If It Were a Teen Novel: Part 4

Best Ways to Watch TV (If You Don't Have a TV)

By Dan_BergsteinSeptember 22, 2010
The new TV season is here, and that means there are new shows to watch and old shows to stay on top of. The pressure to watch every show can lead to headaches, stomachaches, and unwanted toe hair. But in this modern age,... More  →
Best Ways to Watch TV (If You Don't Have a TV)

If Your Life Were a Movie

By ContributorSeptember 22, 2010
We want to know which bands are on neomaxizoomdwbi's life soundtrack! —Sparkitors Have you ever thought about how easy life would be if you could live it according to movies? You’d have fewer problems if you could figure out which cinematic cliché you’re caught... More  →
If Your Life Were a Movie

Auntie SparkNotes: Textual Harassment

By kat_rosenfieldSeptember 22, 2010
Did Auntie just make up the phrase "textual harassment"? Because if so, she is a certified genius. —Sparkitors Hi Auntie Sparknotes, I did something recently that I really kinda regret and was wondering if you have any advice for fixing it. So, I am on the XC team... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Textual Harassment

Awesome Thing of the Week

By Chelsea DaggerSeptember 22, 2010
Last week's video revealed a very upsetting fact: some of you don't like Zach Anner. To this, there can be only one response: WHA?!? We wanted to use 15 more question marks and at least 9 more exclamation points, but those things cost money, and... More  →
Awesome Thing of the Week

The Best Excuses for Skipping Homecoming

By Kathryn_WilliamsSeptember 22, 2010
A high school Homecoming is really about three things: 1. Showing school spirit. 2. Cementing the place of football players and cheerleaders in the social hierarchy. 3. Dragging yourself to a gymnasium festooned in decorations to make it look like anything but a gymnasium,... More  →
The Best Excuses for Skipping Homecoming

The Sparknotes Gleecap: Season 2, Episode 1 (Audition)

By Melissa_AlbertSeptember 22, 2010
And....IT'S BACK. The season opens with nebbish Rachel-lover Jacob video-blogging (or "vlogging," as the cool kids might say) the Glee kids’ return to McKinley High after summer vacation. Here’s where the kids are at: Rachel has amazing New Wave-style bangs, but the exhausted look in... More  →
The Sparknotes Gleecap: Season 2, Episode 1 (Audition)