The Lion's Roar

Winter Show

Sean Tomasetto '19, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2018

Filed under Arts

“Almost, Maine” is a romantic comedy play by John Cariani, and includes a series of short stories taking place in a town called Almost, shrouded in northern lights. The play takes place over one moment, following a pair of...

Aspects Literary Magazine

Sean Tomasetto, Staff Writer

March 27, 2018

Filed under Arts, Features

The Aspects Literary Magazine is a collection of poetry, short stories, artwork, photos and works of other mediums that are written and edited by students. The magazine takes submissions from all grades and encourages different...

Need Something to Do? Check Out These West Events

Johnathan Swisa '17, Staff Writer

May 16, 2016

Filed under Arts

Are you bored on a wonderful Saturday? Looking for plans? Don’t be sour as Cherry Hill West has some incredible upcoming events! Two events you should be writing down on your calendar are The Big Bad Musical and the 2016 West...

Do Schools Kill Student Creativity?

Do Schools Kill Student Creativity?

Aaditi Tamhankar '17, Arts & Features Editor

February 11, 2016

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The Curse of ‘Macbeth’

Kiran Kaur '16, Staff Writer

February 11, 2016

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Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” is a staple in the high school English curriculum. Most students who have read the play have heard about the curse, and like me probably have written it off as superstition. But for some, the evidence...

S.E. Hinton’s ‘The Outsiders’ Comes to the West Stage

Jonathon Hoch '16, Staff Writer

December 11, 2015

Filed under Arts, News

The Cherry Hill West Theater Department once again is ready to stun the crowd with yet another film adapted stage production. After the success of “Mary Poppins” last spring, the theater department has high hopes for “The...

Trend Report: What Did West Students Wear?

Alyssa Calubayan '17, Styles & Trends Editor

December 6, 2015

Filed under Arts

If you didn't know, Homecoming 2015  took place on Friday November 20th. Surprisingly,  there was a large amount of tickets sold and everyone showed at the door. People were dancing, eating, taking pictures at the photo booth,...

From Darkroom to Classroom: Mrs. Savidge

Jessica Rech '16, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

Filed under Arts

It was her father’s darkroom that first brought Mrs. Savidge into the world of photography. It lay close in the basement of her childhood home, and soon became a favorite spot within the house. She began working in the darkroom...

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