Bishop Montgomery High School
KNIGHTLIFE Winter 2017-18 XLIX • ISSUE 2
Above: Sarah Oppenheim ‘20, as Red Death, screams into the void as her victims lay dead below her.
Is it Cold in Here, Or is it Just Poe? Written by Nicole Barragan Photographed by Julija Garunkstis
On Wednesday, November there were people from all grades 15, Drama Lab premiered a comthat were new to Drama Lab. Alyssa pletely unique production, ShudAccinelli ‘19 comments that because dersome. This show was unique of Shuddersome she “was able to because it was the first Drama Lab get to know everyone in the cast show to be completely directed by and make new friends,” and that students. The show featured six although “being in the show took a different poems and stories written lot of time and effort, it felt really reby Edgar Allan Poe, with each one warding to perform. I’m so glad that I being directed by a different Drama was able to be a part of the cast and Lab officer. Although it was only I hope to be in many more shows!” meant to be an experimental show Everyone in the cast of all grade with only two showtimes, Shudderlevels grew close thanks to Shuddersome did incredibly well, with tickets some, but it led to a show that was Above: Krissi Fiebig ‘19 and Jenna Brock ‘21 face off against each other in a completely selling out in a matter of that much better. Svetlana Altshuler duel for the play. days. ‘20 agrees, saying, “We’re weird, but than the original story. In the original, by it being a story that Edgar Al The works included in Shudwe rock it.” len Poe wrote, but by a poem that it is told by one man but in the play, dersome were “The Bells,” directed The individual tales told in five girls told the story and reacted was addressed to Annabel Lee that by Angelina Herrera ‘19, “The Tellthe play were each unsettling in was found in Poe’s book of poems. as one. The five girls were sitting on Tale Heart,” by Gio Garcia ‘18, “The their own way. The fact that they are stools and walking around the stage Annabel Lee started walking down Raven,” by Julija Garunkstis ‘18, “ written by Edgar Allan Poe is already and talking to the raven, which was from the audience to the stage. Even Lionizing,” by Matt Alcedo ‘18, and somewhat chilling, knowing his writthough nothing incredibly eerie was seated above the entrance in TMH. “The Masque of the Red Death,” by ing style, but the way that the actors The story started by being narrated said, soon all of the other characters Colin Sevely-Ortiz ‘18, with the show portrayed it really brought the stories from the past tales started to come peacefully, but by the end, you could finishing off with the poem “Annabel to life. I think that it was very clever out and surround her, which gave Lee.” Unfortunately, “The Tell-Tale to have the stories somewhat narrat- feel the girls’ hatred for the raven which is what kept everyone on the the audience an uneasy feeling, but Heart” had to be removed from the ed by Edgar Allan Poe’s sister, who if a play does not leave you feeling edge of their seats. From the yelling final show due to Jacen Castillo was played by Sonia Kortenkamp of the girls to the chilling voice of the something, it was not a good play. ‘18, the lead role, falling ill the night ‘19. The first story was “The Bells,” The play overall was, just like raven saying “Nevermore,” it was before. However, this definitely did and the costumes for it really fit with definitely an unforgettable perforits name, very shuddersome. If this not take away from Shuddersome as the story. “The Bells” talks about the mance. The fourth tale was “The is the product of a play being directa whole, and it was still a fantastic different uses of bells, like emered by the students, then they have a Masque Of The Red Death.” This show. gency bells, wedding bells, death tale told of a masquerade given by lot of potential and there should be Because it was entirely bells. If it was emergency bells, than more like this. Princess Prospero. Everyone in the directed by other students, Shudthe characters were dressed in yeloutside world was being riddled with dersome was a great opportunity for low, death bells dressed in black, the disease of The Black Death, so those new to Drama Lab, such as and for wedding bells there was a the Princess closed all of her doors new freshmen, to join and see what bride and groom. The second story they think without feeling intimidated. was “Lionizing.” This tale was not as and windows and had all of her elite friends with her so they could party Yasmin Garcia ‘21 says her “experiscary as some of the others, yet it and forget about everything else. ence was fantastic! I loved working was somewhat twisted. It was about She one day decided to have, spewith everyone who was so kind and a woman who had a special nose so very talented. I’m so proud and that everyone adored because it was cifically, a masquerade party. One ominous visitor comes and everyhappy that this was my first show different. As time went on, people one feels off with its presence. The as a BMHS student and proud to started to treat her as a regular perPrincess orders the visitor to leave, be part of the Drama Lab family.” son again and stopped putting her but with one touch of their hand on Olivia Kelleher’s ‘21 favorite aspects on a pedestal. In the end, there was her, she is dead. The guards try to were “laughing with your cast at a gun face-off with her and another chase the visitor but all they find many long rehearsals, walking on woman and she won and killed her, are clothes. One by one they all fall stage and feeling the spotlight hit and everyone hated her for it, which your face, having crazy inside jokes really reflects society. The third story ill of the black death. The tale that nobody else would understand. was “The Raven.” The way this story closed out the show was “Annabel Lee.” This tale was introduced, not Then ending and realizing how lucky was told in the play was different you were to be a part of it.” However, 5430 TORRANCE BOULEVARD, TORRANCE, CA 90503 • WWW.BMHS-LA.ORG
Thanksgiving Feast: Photo Story Photographed by Bonny You
Photographed by Cortland Foster and Natalie Cortes
Written by Annaliese Kaxon-Rupp
Friendsgiving goes way back to 1973 and “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” where Peppermint Patty, Marcie, Franklin, Linus, Sally, Snoopy, and Charlie Brown all spend Thanksgiving together. Peppermint Patty invited herself and her friends to Charlie Brown’s house, so Charlie Brown had to plan a last minute Thanksgiving dinner. Even though Peppermint Patty is unhappy with the buttered toast, jelly beans, pretzel sticks, and popcorn that Snoopy prepared, all the friends were together at the dinner table. It doesn’t matter where you celebrate or how you celebrate; good company is what keeps the holiday spirits high.
Friendsgiving has become extremely popular with millennials, and more people continue to celebrate this holiday as more and more people post pictures of the feast on social media. Friendsgiving is like having a second Thanksgiving, and it is often celebrated before the hectic family Thanksgiving! To plan the perfect Friendsgiving, it is crucial to plan where and when it’s going to be. After deciding the whereabouts of your Friendsgiving, create a list of what food is needed, and then people can signu ptobringspecificitems. This will help make sure that you have enough food and you can make sure that everybody brings
something different! Once you worry too much about the food, have the table set up with dinner just make sure there is enough plates and utensils, Friendsgivfood for everybody. ing can begin as people start to eat the delicious food provided by your generous friends. However, your Friendsgiving does not have to serve typical Thanksgiving food. Friends can bring different foods that they like, and the food will be just as delicious. You can even plan to eat out at a restaurant to make Friendsgiving less stressful; the host will not have to worry about cleaning their house and the guests will not have to worry about making food. The point of Friendsgiving is to spend time with all your friends, so don’t
Happy Holidays! Comic by Anna Quast Christmas Illustration by Cindy Peng
Written by Liliana Linan Comic by Henry Hasnah
Black Friday is the ‘holiday’ which overshadows Thanksgiving and seems to begin earlier every year. As calculated by the National Retail Federation it is estimated that this year the average American will spend $967.13 with a total of $682 billion dollars spent nationwide on Black Friday. According to balance.com the best day for purchasing Christmas decor and toys is Novem-
ber 22, which is also the best day for online sales. Yet Black Friday is still the best day to buy TVs, tablets, appliances, and jewelry. Many stores, such as Target, Best Buy, Amazon, and Ulta Beauty, a nnounced theirsales before Black Friday.
Battle for Your Money: Star Wars Battlefront II Written by David Carroll
Recently, Star Wars BattleFront 2, a $60 video game by EA released on November 17th, was critically panned for its intrusive microtransactions unleashing a massive backlash of angry consumers. According toInternational Gaming News (IGN), the game’s microtransactions would allow players to buy randomized loot boxes, thereby giving players more resources and better battle equipment, effectively making it a “pay-to-win” game. Additionally, many popular Star Wars characters were locked at the start of the game. They then could either be unlocked by spending a large sum of actual money or by playing the game normally. It was “... discovered it could take upwards of 40 hours of online play to unlock hero characters like Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker. To unlock everything in the game, one player estimated it could take 4,528 hours.” According to Business Insider, a business news site, “ EA's comment respond-
ing to the backlash became the most-disliked comment in Reddit history, with over 600,000 ‘downvoting’ it.” IGN also reports that “Bob Iger, Disney's chief executive, was ‘alarmed’ by the backlash from fans...” resulting in the temporary removal of the microtransaction system from BattleFront 2. Additionally, similar issues with randomized loot boxes appear in many other major games, resulting in the Belgium Gaming Commision concluding that paying for loot boxes is considered gambling. The Commission is pushing to ban this game mechanic across the entire European Union. The developer, EA, is also partially to blame for the unpopular microtransactions. According to Polygon, a technology news site, EA was voted worst company in America three times in a row between 2012 and 2014 in the Consumerist's Worst Company in America poll due to their anti-consumer practices. Ironically, if the game had no microtrans-
actions, more copies would have sold, and EA could have made more money than they actually did. Ultimately, pay to win microtransactions hurt $60 games and EA and other companies need to reform their practices to gain the trust of the consumer back.
Below: Matthew Bukowski ‘21, Sean Manson ‘21, and Isaiah Harris ‘18 think that Battlefront II is better than the first game, but don’t enjoy the microtransactions.
Thrilling Return: Sam Smith Written by Gabriella Mata
Sam Smith is arguably one of the most famous singers in the music industry. When you think of Sam Smith, the first thing that comes to mind is passion. His songs, whether it be upbeat or slow tempoed, seem to always touch the listener’s heart. In his latest album “The Thrill Of It All,” Sam Smith strips his soul for his listeners in a collection of songs that speak of passion, love, and not surprisingly, heartbreak. After being MIA for what seems to be a lifetime for Sam Smith fans, Smith doesn’t disappoint. “The Thrill Of It All” opens up with one of the most well known songs out of the album, which is “Too Good At Goodbyes.” We are told about the speaker’s strength after an intense breakup. Even though the stereotypical heartbreak love song may be out of date, Smith’s soulful tone in his voice gives us something to relate to. Songs like “Burning,” which he admitted was “the
most personal song [he had] written in [his] life” and “Pray,” which is inspired by his time spent in Mosul in Iraq with the charity, ‘War Child,’ Smith has taken advantage of his time off of music to really get to know who he is and live life to the fullest. There are no words to express how amazing this album is. Sam Smith still remains to be a thing of wonder even after coming out of the shadows.
Right: Edward Bozeman ‘18 is a big Sam Smith fan and regularly sings his songs during class.
Thunder, Lighting, and Mischief Written by Matt Alcedo Illustration by Cristian Jimenez
Lightning, mischief, and the fate of the universe hanging in the balance; it isn’t a Thor movie without any of it. Thor: Ragnarok weaves another interesting story combining the Marvel comic universe with the apparent comical mood that just fuels this generation. Compared to T hor and Thor: The Dark World, Thor: Ragnarok presented a more comical storyline yet still kept up with its predecessors in terms of creating a captivating and unique story. With Thor going up against Hela, the Goddess of Death, and having to deal with the possible coming of Ragnarok, this movie created a storyline that could leave anyone on the edge of their seats with all its suspense and plot
twists. With A vengers:Infinity War coming out the following year, we already begin to seea greaterinfluxofMarvel superheroes across different movies coming together, from cameos by Doctor Strange, to travelling to the clashing of societies like Asgard and ones along the the lines of what you would see in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise. While some may criticize Thor: Ragnarok as playing too much into comedy and not enough into the in depth storyline and heart pounding action seen in the third movie of trilogies like the Captain America and Iron Man series, this movie still presented an interesting storyline and a creative character arc for many of its characters. While
this may be the last we see of Thor until next year, T hor: Ragnarok leaves a simple yet memorable impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it was able to paint a brighter and comical story in the MCU while not completely losing its grittiness.
at skateboarding, and subject to abuse by her stepbrother, Billie. She catches the attention of Mike, Dustin, Lucas, and Will for earning the highest score in the arcade game, “Dig Dug,” struggles to gain acceptance in the boys’ group, and is Lucas's love interest. However, she is still an irrelevant character. If Billie didn’t exist, then her character wouldn’t exist. What’s so pathetic about that is Billie doesn’t really do much besides harass Steve Harrington, party, look at himself in the mirror, and make Max’s life a living hell. The Duffer Brothers still managed to have Billie directly affect the plot. Billie beats the
living daylights out of Steve, causing Max to drug Billie and when Steve wakes up, they all are in the car, being driven by Max to the Upside Down. Billie actually helps the kids get to the Upside Down because that would be really hard to do if the protective babysitter that is Steve isn’t knocked out. Max basically ends up driving them up a hill, big whoop. Her role in the plot doesn’t pay off in a big way. The only new character thatm akesasignificantimpact on the plot is Joyce’s nerdy, compassionate boyfriend, Bob Newby. The minute I saw him I knew he would be dead by the end of the season. He knows about Will’s “episodes” but he doesn’t know about the Upside Down or what exactly happened to Will. He causes a lot of damage by convincing Will to stand his ground when dealing with the shadow monster which leads to the shadow monster ending up inside of Will, basically is the only reason Hopper is alive because hefiguresoutw hatWill’s drawings mean, and manually opens the gates to the lab, allowing our protagonists to escape. He dies in the process and his death was the hardest thing to watch in the whole season. My least favorite part of the season was the end of episode nine when the kids are at the dance. Lucas and Max end up kissing, followed by Mike and
Above: Cristian Jimenez ‘18 was inspired by the movie “Thor: Ragnorak” and drew this picture of Hela in his Stats book.
Stranger Things 2: Strange Yet Fun! Written by Julia Keller
Caution: Spoilers ahead! In 2016, we all fell in love with Stranger Things either for its homage to 80’s classic science fictionmovies,itsbrilliants torytelling, or its extremely intelligent butrelatableand flawedcharacters, or in my case, all three. Although S tranger Things” will always hold a special place in my heart, S tranger Things season two is a far cry from the greatness that is season one. Season two includes all the characters that its audience fell in love with in season one along with some new additions like Max. Also known by her arcade username, “Mad Max,” she is new to Hawkins, a whiz
Right: Christina Truong ‘18 binged watched “Stranger Things 2” during her Christmas break.
Eleven kissing. For me, it was just a really sloppy ending to have Will, Mike, Lucas, Max, and Eleven dance with someone and have Dustin dance with Nancy, to then have the audience be shown a clip of the raging Upside Down to be the only thing that tells us “We actually didn’t solve this problem and there will be a season three.” Although I didn’t hate season two of S tranger Things, I don’t plan on ever watching it again just for the heck of it like I did with season one, multiple times. While season two on the whole is pretty interesting, there were too many irrelevant subplots that I just don’t want sit down and watch again and there was no scene included in season two that I would sit down and watch again just on its own.
STRESSED OUT? Written by Arabella Stadvec
Above: Jason Hilliard ‘19 enjoys his Spanish class but gets stressed out about conjugating the verbs.
The first semester is coming to a close. Finals and college app due dates are coming a lot faster than most students expected. Last minute lessons, more tests and quizzes, more homework assignments assigned to try to speed up the chapters, the end of the semester is a stressful time for all High School students because not only are students expected to actually complete all the work, but also perform well. Students often stress about performing well, which has a negative effect on your health. There are many ways in which you can reduce your stress to help you perform well as well as stay healthy. Stress from wanting to perform well actually ends up negatively impacting your academic performance . Students have
quite a bit on their plate when it comes to wanting to further their education at a college or university. Students have to juggle schoolwork with sports and other extra curricular activities along with jobs as well. That is a lot for one student to handle and often causes them to stress about getting everything done, especially if you don’t manage your time well. According to Owlcation.com, Dr. Sian Belie, a psychologist, has found that “ Stressful academic situations impact the performance of students.” Therefore, if you are to reduce your stress you will perform better. Stress also has a negative impact on the body as well as on your feelings and behaviors. According to the Mayo Clinic, “stress that’s left unchecked can contribute to many health prob-
#back2skool Comic by Henry Hasnah
lems such as high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes.” Stress also can take a toll on your immune system, often allowing your body to more easily catch a cold or the flu. In order to perform well academically it’s important to be healthy so that you can thoroughly focus and be on your Agame. Now, how can you reduce your stress levels to keep healthy and perform well academically? Relaxing yourself and your mind is the key. You don’t need a spa or a two week vacation every time you feel stressed. There are some very simple ways in which you can relax and avoid stress. Here are some ten simple ways from Healthline.com in which can help you relax and lower your stress levels: 1. Listen and jam out to some music. It can be anything from the symphony to Metallic to The Lumineers to Justin Bieber. Whatever genre of music that you enjoy or find relaxing! 2. Talk to a friend or family member. Talking is very helpful when reducing stress; therefore take a break and talk, talk, talk! 3. Positive self-talk. Talk yourself through it as well as think positively about yourself and your work. You are awesome, You are great! 4. Eat a balanced diet. Eating healthy is very effective when it comes to reducing stress. Stay away from sugary and fatty foods and eat some fruit and veggies. 5. Laugh! According to healthline.com, “Laughter releases endorphins that improve mood and decrease levels of the stress causing hormones cortisol and
adrenaline.” 6. Afternoon tea anyone? Tea is a great natural source of energy fuel to get you awake and going. Its much better for you and your stress than coffee or other sugary energy drinks. 7. Mindfulness. Be mindful. It will help you remain focused and on track with your work and other studies. 8. Get up off the couch and exercise. If it for an hour or even if it for a minute, exercise helps to put you in a better mood by circulating your blood and releasing endorphins. 9. SLEEP!! Getting a healthy amount of sleep is a key to reducing stress. It helps your body recuperate from the day before so that when you wake up you are ready to take on the upcoming day to your very best ability. 10. Take a deep breath. Take deep breaths, inhale and exhale, just breathe and relax. Stress can be reduced. Just follow these 10 simple steps and you will be stress free and feeling good as well as performing to your best ability!
My Crazy AMA’s Experience Written and Photographed by Skylar Lamar
On Sunday November 19, 2017, the AMAs (American Music Awards) took place at the Microsoft Theatre in L.A. Live. Two weeks before the awards show, my mom and dad surprised me with tickets to the event. The first thing that came to my head was, “OMG I get to see all these great artists and fangirl to my heart’s content!!!”. Then I realized this would make a good article topic, so here I am to tell you what it is like to actually be at a major awards show, rather than just seeing it on television. On Sunday, the doors would open at 3:00pm for people to go in and get seated and the doors would close at 4:00pm, so you were out of luck if you were not in by then. I was planning on getting there at noon but got there at 2:00pm...because I am late to everything (#relatable). When I arrived, there was a crowd of fans with signs that were screaming for BTS, a South Korean pop group. These people didn't have tickets, they were just standing there, cheering, even though the group wasn't there yet. Because we had tickets, security escorted us to a separate line on the other side of the crowd by the sidewalk. The line was long and mostly made up of BTS fans. It was interesting to see everyone with their BTS merchandise along with the free posters that were beinghanded out to everyone. Fast forward to 3:00pm. People are slowly let in, and the red carpet is starting across from the Microsoft Theatre, inside a big tent. From where I was, unless you were looking through the big glass wall inside of the Microsoft Theatre, you could not see any of the celebrities. The red carpet was aired on Twitter, so I watched with some girls I met in line. While we were slowly walking, a mother, her friend and her nine year old daughter, came up to my mom, me and the group of girls that I was talking to and she shoves a $50 bill in my direction and a $50 bill in the girls’ direction. She basically told us that she was supposed to be in the V.I.P area but since she did not have her badge, she could not get into that area so she was paying us so she could get in line behind
us, keeping in mind that the line basically went all the way down the sidewalk. We accepted the money, and they got in the line behind us. Five minutes go by and we are still slowly walking and watching the Red Carpet, and all of a sudden, a big security guy comes over and says, talking to the women behind us “You guys the people who are supposed to be in V.I.P?” and they said “Yes, along with them” and she pointed to my mom, me and the girls.”Is she talking about us? Is she serious?” We are all wide-eyed and end up walking to the front of the line to get in. It was very awkward to just walk in front of everyone, but at that point we were very hyped. We thanked her profusely and walked in. One of the girls had a BTS sign that she wanted to hold up, but it was too big. My mom even talked to the supervisor to see if she could somehow bring it in, but he refused. Once we were in, we tried to look out the glass to see the Red Carpet, but could not see anyone so we went to our seats and waited for the show to begin. I am only going to touch on the performances that really stood out to me even though every performance was good. The performance that opened up the night was a collaborative song between P!nk and Kelly Clarkson and it was beautiful. It was a commemorative song for all those fighting all of the tragedies happening in the world, like the firefighters and policemen. It received a standing ovation because of the deep emotion everyone felt from that performance. After that performance, Demi Lovato performed “Sorry Not Sorry.” Everyone was out of their seats and dancing because she got everyone so hyped up. I was in the high seats, yet everyone was smiling and singing and dancing. The next memorable performance was Christina Aguilera’s tribute to the movie “The Bodyguard” for having its 25th anniversary. She sang the iconic song “I Will Always Love You.” During that performance, you could hear a pin drop. Everyone was in awe and entranced by her voice. Some even teared up. People in the media had mixed feelings about her
Above: Fans wait outside in line to get into the Microsoft Theatre for the AMA’s.
Above: Khalid and Dan Reynolds, guitarist and lead singer of Imagine Dragons, hug at the end of their collab performance.
covering such an iconic song, but she killed it. She also sang other famous songs from that movie sung by Whitney Houston. I was blown away by Selena Gomez’s performance of “Wolves,” which was her first performance since her kidney transplant. Her voice sounded great and strong even though you could somewhat tell that she wasn’t back to her normal self. Regardless, everyone still went wild for her. Now, I’m sure a lot of the girls reading this know that I am going to touch on Shawn Mendes’ performance of “There’s Nothing Holding Me Back.” All the girls in the stadium were up on their feet singing every word like they had written the song themselves. His voice is just as pure as it is on radio and I was not disappointed with the performance. BTS was the second to last performance of the night and let me just say that my ears still hurt from that night. I was a fan and screaming as well, but my entire section was the fandom so you can already guess how loud it was. It was even said that the fan chants for the group that the fans yelled were muted because it was louder than the boys singing and the music! BTS performed their most recent song “DNA” and it was very impressive, and I am not just saying that because I am a fan. Their dancing was something that is rarely seen in American pop music culture to a certain extent. All I am saying is that a lot of people must have left being curious about the Kpop boy group
that is BTS. The last performance of the night was by Diana Ross, and just by hearing that name, most are already in awe. She sang some of her greatest hits and received the American Music Lifetime Award, an amazing honor. Everyone was enjoying her performance and just her voice in general, the voice of a legend. This experience was something that I would not trade for anything. It was more than a concert. I definitely think that if you are thinking about going to an event like that, please go if there is an artist you really want to see because it makes the experience a million times better.
Above: People gather in the pit next to the main stage as celebrities come in from the red carpet.
Where in Bishop? Photographed by Jackie Pistole
Where in Bishop were these three photos taken? The first three students who can correctly identify the classroom or area of each photo will receive a voucher to the Snack Bar for free food! Bring your answers to Mr. Hong in room 205. Be sure to search for these special objects to win Knightlife’s “Where in Bishop?” *Knightlife staff and faculty members are ineligible for this contest. Do not disrupt any classes to look for these items. Special thanks to Mr. McGoldrick for suggesting this contest!
Guilty Pleasures Written by Hailey Rodriguez and Cortland Foster A guilty pleasure is anything, "such as a movie, television program, or piece of music, that one enjoys despite feeling that it is not generally held in high regard.” Interested in learning about Bishop students’ guilty pleasures, we asked members of the junior class - “What are your guilty pleasures?”: Hailey Rodriguez: completing Buzzfeed quizzes Gaby Mata: watching “Keeping up with the Kardashians” Laura Gutierrez: reality T.V. Cat Vallejo: listening to kids music Lucy May Aki: listening to Christmas music in November Lily Linan: telling her parents she’s doing homework when reallyshe’sw atchingNetflix
Robin Daniels: letting hot glue dry and then peeling it off Jason Hillard: watching musicals Katie Shanahan: watching the Bachelor/Bachelorette Chelsea Garcia: eating only the white part of the watermelon
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Published on Jan 19, 2018