The Whittier Miscellany

Television Embraces Mentally Disabled

Emily Rossi, Entertainment Writer

December 18, 2015

The film industry has been embracing diversity.  There have been mentally ill characters in many recent shows, including Glee, American Horror Story, and Orange is the New Black. In television, mental illness has been portra...

Pop Musicians Express Hard Messages Through Songs

Allie Fulginiti, Entertainment Writer

October 30, 2015

The kind of music that someone writes, sings, or listens to can say a lot about them. Recently, many artists have been creating music with an underlying message and theme of freedom. Especially with the expanding air of accept...

Made in America

Quinn Kirkpatrick, Entertainment Writer

October 30, 2015

Every labor day weekend for the past four years, about 40,000 people have attended the Made in America music festival in Philadelphia With so many popular artists and bands performing, it attracts people from all over the Unit...

New Season of Game of Thrones Keeps Viewers Hooked

Thomas Hilder, Entertainment Writer

May 30, 2015

This time of the year marks the arrival of the immensely popular television show, Game of Thrones. The fantasy epic based on George R. R. Martin's books has taken the world by storm ever since it first appeared on television in...

Disney Films Come to Life

Maggie Martelli-Raben, Entertainment Writer

May 30, 2015

Be it about a girl and a glass slipper or a maiden and seven dwarfs, Disney films have always provided a presence during childhood. The animated films have gained so much popularity since the 1937 debut of Snow White, that they...

Cyberbullying Dilemma Persists

Natalie Szumel, Entertainment Writer

May 30, 2015

With the increased usage of social media among teens, cyber bullying has become a prevalent issue in American culture. Cyberbullying is the constant bullying or harassment of someone using any form of social media (Facebook, Twitter,...

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