Welcome to the Reserve Record: Online Edition

Hello and welcome to the Reserve Record’s online edition! Like our print edition, this website is entirely student run. It has all our recent articles as well as photos and videos. The articles are uploaded in a big batch when each issue comes out (about once a month). Comments are on, but please be respectful; … Continue reading

Justice League in Review

Justice League is DC’s biggest hit after their spectacular Wonder Woman back in June. After series of battles and origins stories of the “Justice League” characters, this movie has finally banded the heroes together. Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) are the core of the group, and they work together to assemble the … Continue reading

Art Students Take to the Moos Gallery

This past month, Reserve’s own student art club held their art exhibit in the Moos Gallery in KFAC. Similar to previous years, the art club featured submitted art from all students throughout campus with a wide variety of mediums ranging from pencil and watercolor to sculptures and photography. Being no exception, this year the gallery … Continue reading

LAN Party Launches in Wang Innovation Center

Some of you may have seen, heard or even been to the LAN party that happened a few weeks ago. Most of you however seemed to have missed out! Jack Rubin ‘18, one of the presidents of the Technology Club who led the setup for the event, thought that the LAN party “went really well, … Continue reading

Kyrie Irving Moves to Boston: Did the Cavs Win the Trade?

The biggest blockbuster trade in recent memory went down on August 30, 2017. Involving two of the best point guards in the NBA, one of the premier perimeter defenders, and a highly-valued draft pick, the trade was simply “loaded.” It marked the end of an era in both Cleveland, Ohio, and Boston, Massachusetts. In Boston, … Continue reading

Hockey Puts in Time Over Break

While most of the WRA community was suffering from a food hangover the day after Thanksgiving, the Western Reserve Academy hockey team spent their precious last days before classes facing off against rival teams in the annual HoneyPot tournament. On Friday, November 24th, the team faced off against the Fremont Club. While WRA lost 7-1 … Continue reading

Athlete Spotlight: Jade DuVal

Jade DuVal, Senior Captain of the Girls Basketball team, was only in 3rd grade when she started playing basketball. “My dad made try another sport since I was only playing soccer at the time,” Jade explains. Following her elementary school experience, she moved on to middle school basketball. After playing her 8th and 9th grade … Continue reading

Net Neutrality: Fighting for a Free Internet

Recently, Congress met to make changes to the way everyone in the United States uses the internet. Currently, if you access the internet via your phone, computer, or tablet, you will have an unrestricted experience. Once you have purchased internet access from your internet service provider, or ISP, you will have equal access and equal … Continue reading

Scandals Plague Hollywood and White House

In recent weeks, it seems that day after day the name of yet another man accused of sexually assaulting women appears in the headlines. We also see that our Commander-in-Chief, who is accused of sexual assault himself, will do anything he can to cover for his cronies, even if they are predators. Why is it … Continue reading

Regal Renovations Pose New Concerns

Over Thanksgiving break, I was able to watch both Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League in back-to-back showings. On Saturday the nineteenth, I hurried from my house to the theater, bought my tickets, large popcorn, and bottle of water, and sat down to enjoy two movies that I did, in fact, enjoy. However, on the way … Continue reading

Go Artificial: Save Memories and the Environment

First things first, my tree lights up and spins when you plug it in. Can your real tree do that? Since 2008, the National Christmas Tree Association has done an annual survey on how many households use fake vs. real trees. Not surprisingly, each year, fake trees have won with ease. In fact, the latest … Continue reading

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