Monthly Archives: December 2017

Staff Editorial: Net Neutrality and Why It’s Important

ZachIsaacson/ December 18, 2017/ Editorial

The Editorial Board, which consists of the editors of eSomethin, determines the content of the website, and all unsigned editorials.  When an unsigned editorial is published, it signals that the staff of eSomethin shares a unified opinion.

Editorial: What is Feminism?

ChelseaFisher/ December 11, 2017/ Chelsea Fisher, Opinion

The actual definition of feminism is one of equality. That no matter what your gender, sexuality, identity, race, religion, class, or handicap is that you are no better and no worse than another human being- that the only thing that can define you is yourself. 

The Real Risks of Sexting

ChelseaFisher/ December 8, 2017/ Chelsea Fisher, News

Editor-in-Chief: Students need to realize that this is not like getting a traffic ticket, this is not like getting a detention, this is something that can ruin your life.

At PJHS this weekend, Anything Goes!

SophiaWalcher/ December 6, 2017/ News, Sophia Walcher

Sophia Walcher eSomethin Staff We all love the high school theatre productions. It’s been a month since the fall play has ended, and the Winter One Acts are not until the end of January. So where can a theatre-lover get their latest fix of a great show? By seeing the junior high musical this weekend! This year’s musical is Anything Goes, the Tony award-winning show set in the 1930s on a ship traveling from America to London. It follows the story of Billy Crocker (played by Evan Boyers), a Wall Street broker who impulsively sneaks onto the ship to chase down his former lover and heiress, Hope Harcourt (played by Shea Vaquera). Crocker’s friend, Reno Sweeney (played by Rowan Creps), the female protagonist, is a nightclub singer also aboard the ship. The musical features an array of songs by Cole Porter, along with amazing dance numbers that will hold your attention until the final bow. Anything Goes has a reputation as one of the most famous musicals, holding rank along with other prominent shows such as Mamma Mia, Mary Poppins, and The Wiz. Another reputation that it holds is that of promiscuity; the musical has its fair share of mature content. This begs the question, how does a junior high handle this material, and perform it well? “We

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