San Giorgio Pizzeria

Ziara Scaringi, Review

April 25, 2019

San Giorgio is hands down the best pizza restaurant in all of downtown Milwaukee. I come from a huge Italian family and was raised surrounded by great home cooked meals my parents cooked and my 100% Italian grandparents. This...

2019’s Most Powerful, Touching Movie Yet

Abigail Heinitz, Review

April 25, 2019

Unplanned is a powerful, touching movie based on the real-life experience of a young woman involved with Planned Parenthood and their abortion clinics. Beginning with the main character’s commitment to the Pro-Choice community, s...

A Drive In Under The Stars

Caitlin Berg, Review

April 25, 2019

Highway 18 the Outdoor Theater is an experience for all people, it truly gives the viewer a chance to watch a movie while under the stars. The classic feeling of an outdoor movie theater brings you back to the days ...

We Need To Talk About Palestine

Cece Phillips, Reporter

April 15, 2019

Let’s face it: the world is big, busy, and confusing. It’s hard to decipher fact from fiction, and harder still to form your own opinion on those facts. There is always someone whispering in your ear, telling you what to b...

Students Return From Spring Break

Raegan Mann, Reporter

April 5, 2019

Arrowhead students came back from spring break to school on Monday, April 1st. “My spring break was so much fun. I went to Mexico for a week. It was really warm and lots of fun. I played beach volleyball almost everyday...

Books Everyone Should Read Before Graduating

Cece Phillips, Reporter

March 1, 2019

The school year is nearly over, and that, my fellow seniors, means the end of high school. A place we’ve come to know for four (LONG) years. A place we grew up in. A place we’ll remember for the rest of our lives. It’...

An Article on Domestic Abuse

Cece Phillips, Reporter

March 1, 2019

There are many things I love about Sophia Sophia, a 2013 graduate of Arrowhead High School. I love her perfect smile, her bubbling personality, her wildly curly hair that never stays the same color for long, and eyes that put eve...

The Yemen War: Explained

Cece Phillips, Reporter

February 19, 2019

The Civil War in Yemen been going on since March 22, 2015, and in that time one thing has been made clear: the conflict in Yemen is being used as a proxy for tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran—or more generally, tensions...

Favorite Things of 2018

Nora Voght, Reporter

January 4, 2019

In 2018 changes were made, from new music to new fashion trends. Let’s see what was changed in 2018 and what is moving with us into 2019. Morgan Reed, a sophomore at AHS, says, “My favorite fashion trends of 2018 are scrunchies,...

In Review: Nirvana

Caroline Schramka, Reporter

December 12, 2018

Nirvana is one of my favorite bands because of their creativity. Their songs have an even balance of tempos. They are known as the Grandfather of grunge rock—the music of Generation X.  A variety of their songs have a uniqu...

In Review: The Cheesecake Factory

Victoria Neary, Reporter

December 11, 2018

I go to the same restaurants everytime I eat out because I know the place, going to new restaurants makes me nervous. But my family chose to branch out one time. We decided to try The Cheesecake Factory because it was somethin...

In Review: Tropical Resorts

Lauren Treiber, Reporter

December 11, 2018

I am a resort critic. I love to travel to different resorts all around the country and give information on my experiences. My favorite travel spots are island resorts. My family spring break was coming up fast, and I was in...

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