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The Current

The Student News Site of Lakeville South High School

The Current

The Student News Site of Lakeville South High School

The Current

Twin Cities Sounds

Twin Cities Sounds

Maggie McBrady and Lizzie Tullis April 24, 2023

Last Friday the Walker Arts Center hosted an event directed towards high school age students called Teen Takeover. This bi-annual event is planned and put on by a council of teen members. There were DJs...

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The “Genius” of the Latest boygenius Album

Adeyla Hoenck April 12, 2023

On March 31st the indie rock group, boygenius released their newest album the record. The group, named after the toxic presence of some men in the music industry, consists of three individually successful...

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The Influence of Music

Sebastian Gochez March 6, 2023

Tech influence on music. Technology has always had a influence on how music is made and how it is written. The first major technological advance in music distribution was the radio. The introduction...

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Do Smaller Concert Venues Bring More Enjoyable Experiences?

Jaden Rust February 27, 2023

Over the past few decades, music has evolved into a mass of art filled with a multitude of creativity and exceptional talent that keeps listeners on their toes, awaiting new music. Yet as this musical...

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SZA’s SOS Album Review

Jaden Rust December 19, 2022

2022 has been quite the year for R&B and Hip-Hop fans, with popular artists such as Steve Lacy, Kendrick Lamar, and Givēon dropping highly anticipated works that did not disappoint. With only a month...

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Joji’s SMITHEREENS Album Review

Olivia Kaspari December 6, 2022

On November 4th, 2022, George Miller, better known as Joji, released his new album SMITHEREENS, which quite literally sent all of his fans into smithereens. However, he wasn’t always known for his music,...

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Love On Your Brain- Book Review

Abbi Gruhot December 5, 2022

Author Ali Hazelwood, accurately portrays the unfair treatment of women in the world of STEM in clear depictions of today’s society.  She follows this theme in three of her earlier works - Under One...

Botticelli at the MIA

Botticelli at the MIA

Maggie McBrady and Victoria Johnson November 14, 2022

As the weather gets colder, finding going-out activities can be more challenging. Winter activities like downhill skiing and ice skating usually cost money to rent equipment, but getting into museums...

Sebastian’s Recommendations: Halloween Movie Edition

Sebastian Gochez October 31, 2022

Happy Halloween everyone! Halloween is my personal favorite holiday because of the movies. For this article, the movies will be split into 2 different parts: “Watch with the family” and “Dont watch...

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Taylor Swift’s Midnights Review

Adeyla Hoenck, Writer October 24, 2022

On October 21st, even Spotify couldn't handle the millions of listeners waiting to be the first to hear Taylor Swift's highly anticipated 10th studio album: Midnights. The music platform ended up crashing...

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Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Review

Logan Williams, staff writer May 23, 2022

Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness Review By: Logan Williams     Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse of Madness is the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It also is director...

7 Oscar Mishaps To Remember

Liz Curtin, Staff Writer May 23, 2022

As I'm sure we are all aware, just a few weeks ago Will Smith took the internet by storm with his 'Slap Heard Round The World'. If not for stuff like this, we'd all be out a few laughs. Whenever an awards...

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