Video Art III class changes focus of video

Students filmed a new bus safety video May 5 in honor of Julia Siegler ’14, who was killed by a car while walking to her bus in 2010. Michelle Paster ’98 shot the first bus safety video in November, but when Video Art teacher Cheri Gaulke showed it to her Video Art III class, they […]

Video Art III class changes focus of video

A new bus safety video was filmed May 5 in honor of Julia Siegler ’14, who was killed by a car while walking to her bus in 2010. Michelle Paster ’98 shot the first bus safety video in November, but when Video Art teacher Cheri Gaulke showed it to her Video Art III class, they […]

Anderson to focus on painting

Middle school art teacher Brenda Anderson is retiring this year, 20 years after she first began teaching as an art substitute in the spring of 1994. Anderson teaches seventh grade art classes, Mixed Media I and II, and is the faculty adviser for the Arts Club. “I am retiring after a great run of 20 […]

Choirs plan tour of Eastern Europe

Six members of Wolverine Chorus and 41 members of Chamber Singers will travel to Austria, Hungary and Bulgaria from March 22 until April 2 as part of Chamber Singers’ biennial spring break tour. “I’m really excited to go on the trip because I think everyone in Chamber Singers will grow even closer, and that we […]

Sophomore guest stars on ‘Criminal Minds’

Delilah Napier ’15 made her first appearance on television as a guest star on the CBS show Criminal Minds in the episode “All That Remains.” Napier’s father is a former writer on the show, she said. They know the writer and executive producer of the episode, Erica Messer, and she knew the cast of the […]

Photo III show closes today in Feldman-Horn

Today is the last chance to see the winter showcase of the seven seniors in Photography III in the Feldman-Horn Gallery. Photography teacher Kevin O’Malley designed the students’ assignments. He taught most of the Photography III students in Photography II. “[O’Malley] gives us a lot of freedom to figure out what we want to do, […]

International journal publishes teacher's paper

Upper School science teacher Dr. Antonio Nassar published his fifty-fifth research paper on quantum mechanics in the International Journal of Physics. His paper is about dissipation in quantum mechanics, or friction at the microscopic level. Nassar’s paper, “Time-Dependent Gaussian Solution for the Kostin Equation Around Classical Trajectories,” went through a review process in which an […]

Sophomore performs in Fringe Festival play

Covi Brannan ’15 took a step toward her dream of professional acting when she performed at the world famous Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland this summer. The play “The Smoking Boy,” written by her mother Jenn Robbins, ran from Aug. 3 to 11. Robbins had been working on the production since 2005 and was approached […]