El Estoque

REX Productions releases ‘Absolution’

William (junior Zach Sanchez, pictured) attempts to reason with Jack (junior Thaddeus Tarshis) following a dispute over William’s lack of time spent with Jack. The conflict between the two and Jack’s subsequent guilt serves as the focus of the film. Source: REX Productions.
April 24, 2015

 frustrated high school student named William (junior Zach Sanchez) stands, hand-to-head, on the dirt hiking trail as his friend Jack (junior Thaddeus Tarshis) walks away, map in hand. The screen...

Students discuss their experiences with microaggressions

Students discuss their experiences with microaggressions
May 9, 2014

Students react to subtle instances of racism. The New York Times ran a story in March on microaggressions: subtle forms of racism that don’t necessarily come across as overtly or purposefully discriminatory,...

Club Day held March 21

March 29, 2014

Delayed Club Day held on basketball courts, reduced profits Club officers looked eagerly while students began to swarm the basketball courts at the start of lunch on March 21. In hopes of raising funds,...

Leo Club spreads kindness with Share the Love week

Leo Club spreads kindness with Share the Love week
February 18, 2014

Club hosts activities ranging from taking pictures to receiving free hugs during the week of Feb. 10. During the week of Feb. 10, Leo Club hosted Share the Love week with the goal of spreading positivity...

Behind the Scenes of ‘Two Halves’

During one of the flashbacks in the film, Kristen (senior Kaz Tarshis) relives her and Mark’s (junior Mikey Goldman) first date in the park. The short movie is REX Productions’ sixth film since the club‘s inception last year. Source: REX Productions.
January 28, 2013

REX Productions gives an inside look into the filmmaking process behind its latest movie. What do you get when you combine three musical ghosts of Christmas past with a love story?If you watched REX...

DECA wins first place at ICDC

(from left to right) Juniors Navya Cherukeru, Sanjeev Ranga and Pooja Pandey celebrate their first place victory during the DECA International Career Development Conference on May 2. DECA president Ansh Shukla credits the increase in first place wins to the change in the competitive training program. Instead of seeking out a veteran member to mentor them, new DECA members participate in classroom-like settings with an officer teaching basic concepts. “The work and support the officers gave really gave us that extra push,” Cherukeru said. Photo by Kevin Tsukii.
May 14, 2012

The International Career Development Conference (ICDC) is the largest and highest level of competition for those involved in DECA. With fourteen thousand high school students, advisors, business...

REX club casts actors

REX club casts actors
December 7, 2011

Who is Sheldon McKinsey? He is a shy, awkward and out-of-place teenager who momentarily dives into the realm of popularity. He is also fictional; McKinsey is just a character of a future flick,...

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