Broadway Babies

April 17, 2014 | Leave a Comment

By ANNIE WORSFOLD With the musical over and Colors of Homer tied up for the year, students may be wondering what kinds of upcoming arts events they can immerse themselves in. Fear not, art lovers: there is a production happening at Wasabi’s in just two weeks, starring three phenomenal Homer High girls. “Broadway Babies,” a […]

  By SIERRA DELOACH Disney’s Frozen captured the hearts of millions in November of 2013, and continues to hold a slot as the most talked about movie of 2014. The icy humor and underlying tale of two sisters continues to be the talk of America, and has even been nominated and won awards for the […]

Following this sentence are three apps that Mariner Compass reporter, Nahoa Jette, believes are awesome. Flappy Bird (Games) [Free]:  Some call it “the most annoying game you will ever play,” while others say it was created by Satan. Nevertheless, the mobile phone game, Flappy Bird, has begun its turn under the app spotlight. Contrary to […]

By ANNIE WORSFOLD On Oct. 14, students and staff from Homer High, Flex, Seldovia, and other schools gathered in the Mariner Theatre to watch the performing arts team, Quixotic. The show was described to be a completely new experience unlike anything the viewers had ever seen, and they weren’t let down. The show combined performances […]

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Saddle Trail

May 18, 2012 | Leave a Comment

by Theo Noomah Yesterday, May 17th, McNeil Canyon Elementary’s fifth grade went across the bay to hike the Saddle Trail and learn about  how glaciers can carve a mountain, drop rocks in fields and form lateral moraines. I hope during finals week High School students can remember that school isn’t about testing, it’s about learning. […]

By Mallory Drover Several scattered warriors surrounded Kyle Wentz of The Weeping Angels. Armed only with one arrow in defense, Kyle faced numerous attackers from every side wielding shields, spears, and swords. He fought valiantly, but in the end was charged upon and killed at 8:27pm “Apparently it’s true. One man can’t beat twenty Spartans,” […]

By Cayenna Anderson From dancing, to singing, to foreign instruments, the 2012 Pops concert contains all of the elements of a successful talent showcase. Pops is known throughout the community as an exposé of the arts that all ages can enjoy with the array of acts that consist strictly of HHS students. Auditions took place […]

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