Chamber Choir rings in holidays

Brandon Quin, Managing Editor

December 8, 2010

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

In a musical realm today dominated by voice fabrication, lip-syncing and muffled babble, the purity of song was rediscovered, if only for a night, inside of a small, dimly-lit room packed to the brim with no more than a hundred... Read more »

SMC reaches out to the troops

Ayla Pound, Lifestyle Editor

December 8, 2010

Filed under News

While most of us at SMC are getting ready for the holidays by decking ourselves out in holiday scarves, braving the mall to find the perfect present, and attending countless holiday parties, the troops currently deployed in Afghanistan... Read more »

Skate your way into skinny jeans

By Jeremy Biglow, Staff Writer

December 8, 2010

Filed under Health & Lifestyle

Picture this: deep-fried turkey, mashed potatoes, and sweet potato pie, all of which you find yourself eating repeatedly throughout the holiday season. By New Years it's time to stuff the extra pounds of weight you gained into... Read more »

Samantha Brown is well prepared for Turkey Day

Stephanie Sommer, Staff Writer

November 23, 2010

Filed under Health & Lifestyle

The smell of Thanksgiving is unlike any other. From the baking turkey, to the grilled vegetables and apple pies, the smells resonating from the kitchen are enough to excite your appetite. For most, this smell is only momentary,... Read more »

Horror Nights returns with a fright

Ingrid Rosales, A&E Editor

October 4, 2010

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

"What fear fears most," is a rather bold tagline for anything attempting to scare the daylights out of Hollywood's innocent inhabitants. Any remotely frightening images or concepts that come bubbling up in our minds have already been do... Read more »