Welcome to the weekly Survivor: Winners at War breakdown and award ceremony, our second of the year. After another big elimination, most of the old-schoolers have been sent to the Edge of Extinction (and one even left completely). With a merge on the horizon, let’s get into where things stand now. Spoilers below. Most Valuable […]
Welcome everyone, to the first edition of our Survivor: Winners at War breakdown. With everything that’s happening in the world, everybody could use a good distraction. Here, weekly, we will recap each episode, handing out weekly awards that are more valuable and prestigious than winning the two million dollars the winner receives. These are awarded […]
Delving into themes of representation and love, students and director of “Stage Door” discuss the play’s impact on them.
Over the course of the past three months, creating and rehearsing choreography has encouraged Advanced Dance II company member Carli Cooperstein ’20 to explore different styles of movement, increase her versatility as a dancer and become a stronger leader. In less than two weeks, Cooperstein will take the stage alongside 26 of her peers to […]
Members of Chamber Singers, Bel Canto and Wolverine Chorus performed in Carnegie Hall during a trip to New York on Feb. 13 to 17. The concert, titled “What is Home,” included performances by the National Concert Chorus, the National Treble Chorus and two additional featured choruses. Members of Chamber Singers and Wolverine Chorus sang with […]
Clarification, March 5, 2020: There are 93 museums in Los Angeles. An Odd Experience When she observed Shirin Neshat’s “I Will Greet the Sun Again” exhibition at The Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles, Kate Konvitz ’20 was deeply moved by the themes of exile, identity and beauty expressed in the art. However, as she […]
Impossible to confine, music connects people. Students, teachers and musicians discuss its unique quality.
Students and teachers discuss the influence of historical and contemporary art on their own creative processes.