I am here to represent the outraged voices of high schoolers (and middle schoolers, and adults, and just about everyone) regarding your recent announcement that big is not, indeed, beautiful, that those who are not size zero cannot, and never will, have friends and that if you are shorter than five-nine you (apparently) are not fit to step inside an Abercrombie and Fitch store.
Sparkling champagne, big parties, reckless behavior and extravagant wealth. The Roaring Twenties was a time of splendor, with rocketing stocks, glittering jazz and bootleg alcohol. In the midst of the careless decade comes “The Great Gatsby,” a masterful novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald about a war veteran who goes to great lengths to win back his past love.
Recently, The Paly Voice was asked by the publishers to review the new Young Adult novel Famous Last Words, by Jennifer Salvato Doktorski before its official release. The book will be available in stores starting this July.
The Warriors, who return to the NBA postseason for the first time in six years, have been one of the most overlooked teams this season. Don’t be surprised if they make some noise in the Western Conference playoffs.