Black Mirror Review

Anonymous Black Mirror is a haunting and impactful television series featuring stand-alone episodes that explore the differing ways in which technology could revolutionise the world – but not necessarily in a positive way. Every episode leaves you feeling empty,...

The Bachelor 2017

By Kat Pauly, Year 11   Week 1 of the Bachelor 2017 On Wednesday the 26th of July the beloved Bachelor returned with possibly the most anticipated star Matty Johnson. Those who are dedicated fans, like myself, and even those who are not would be aware that Matty...

2017 in Movies: The Highs and the Lows

By Ariyana Hossain, Year 11 With only 4 months to go till 2018 (shocking, I know), here is a recap of some of the box office’s very best and very worst of this year in film. This list is by no means extensive, nor does it include every major blockbuster movie released...

Commerce In The Quad

By Lucy Samuelson, Year 9 As Loreto students wake up and start their last three weeks of school for the year, as our last exam paper has been handed in and Christmas is looming in the distance, there is one final activity at school that has every student and teacher...

All the Light We Cannot See Review

So you’ve read The Book Thief and you loved it. Where to next? Even if the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction means nothing to you, All the Light We Cannot See is a novel that has to go onto your reading list if you are in year 10 and up, or simply want a challenge. Set...
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