Gabe De Tuya: The Great Reformer

Gabe De Tuya: The Great Reformer by Phillip Castro Those who frequent or stay updated with school news may have noticed that debate since the beginning of the 2021 school year has dominated its pages […]

Film Club Paves the Way for New Filmmakers

Film Club Paves the Way for New Filmmakers by Charles Arencibia What is the Film Club? The Christopher Columbus Film Club allows students to learn the basics of film production. The focus of the film […]

Columbus Perspectives on the National Debt 

Columbus Perspectives on the National Debt  by Nicholas Diaz In March of this year, the national debt surpassed an astounding $28,000,000,000,000, according to the Peter G. Peterson Foundation. This debt has serious implications on the […]

A Farewell to Mr. Lynskey by Mr. David Ulloa

Before I even matriculated at Columbus, I was already familiar with the name John Lynskey. My uncle, an alumnus of the class of 1985, had already given me a list of teachers I had to […]

Seniors Last Wills and Testaments – Class of 2021

I, Dominic Alberty, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Aviles, more creatine and whey protein; to Mr. Ortega, a competent first period calculus class; to Mr. Corazon, a lunch date […]

Every 2020 Film, Ranked

Let’s be honest, 2020 was a WILD year. By no means did we think VOD and drive-in theaters would be the new normal, therefore destroying the motivation to go to the cinema itself. Out of […]

Sundance Film Festival: All the Movies I Saw, Ranked

The Sundance Film Festival is an annual festival that many prominent film critics and movie enthusiasts attend in order to catch the “next big thing” cinema has to offer its viewers. This year, I was […]