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A young girl appreciates the art at Samo's Day of the Dead art show.

Day of the Dead Art Show: fun for the living

Published on December 1st, 2014 | by Lillian Graham

Spooky decorations, sweet treats and scary Halloween costumes are only part of October’s atmosphere. For many, October is simply a precursor to a more meaningful holiday than Halloween: Día de los Muertos, or the Day of ... Read More


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High stakes: Ouija is a deadly game.

You’ll be “board” to death with “Ouija”

Published on December 1st, 2014 | by Josue Lobos

Paranormal activity in horror movies has been around since dinosaurs learned how to procreate, and while it usually works in creating an unnerving atmosphere, sometimes it only creates a stuffy one. “Ouija” came out recently and ... Read More


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S-House students compete in a pie eating contest during the S-House annual Fall Festival.

A look at Samo’s Halloween celebrations

Published on November 14th, 2014 | by Raffaella Gumbel

S-House Fall Festival The annual S-House Fall Festival, which offered fall-themed activities and food for S-House students, was held on Friday, Oct. 24. According to S-House Advisory member Brandon Hall-Pascascio (’17), the S-House Advisory board dedicated ... Read More


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What to do this weekend: Halloween edition

Published on October 31st, 2014 | by Benjamin Ross

In this edition of “What to do this weekend,” check out three Los Angeles Halloween events that are sure to be a spooktacular hit. Friday, Oct. 31st: LACMA Costume Ball On Halloween night, the Los Angeles ... Read More


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A reoccurring motif throughout the film.

“Skeleton Twins”: a gutsy portrayal of siblings

Published on October 24th, 2014 | by Benjamin Ross

From the uplifting trailer with generic pop sounding chord progressions in the background, you may just generalize “The Skeleton Twins” as another comedic flick about a quirky brother and sister duo. However, the trailer is deceiving. ... Read More


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Students gathered around food trucks at the first Hoemcoming carnival.

What to do this weekend: Samo Homecoming

Published on October 11th, 2014 | by Fatimah Khan

Fatimah Khan Staff Writer One of the most anticipated times of the whole school year is coming up. The excitement over Homecoming is culminating this weekend, and whether you spend your weekend celebrating Homecoming festivities or ... Read More


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Art exhibitions to see around town

Published on May 12th, 2014 | by Olive Sherman

The Los Angeles art scene is hip  this month! Here are three up-and-coming art exhibits you should check out soon. Mike Kelley retrospective @ MOCA: MOCA presents the largest exhibition of Kelley’s work to date, bringing ... Read More


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DVF’s “Journey of a Dress”

Published on May 12th, 2014 | by Fiona Moriarty-McLaughlin

“By FIONA MORIARTY-MCLAUGHLIN Diane von Furstenberg’s “Journey of a Dress” exhibit opened at the LACMA on Friday, Jan. 10. I walked in the exhibit and was immediately immersed into the essence of DVF by the array ... Read More


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Environmental things to do around L.A.

Published on May 12th, 2014 | by Olive Sherman

The World celebrated Earth Day on April 22 and it was great. In honor of the national holiday, here are four environmental-inspired events for you all to participate in over the course of the upcoming months. ... Read More


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