Chloe’s Holiday Cookbook

Some of the best holiday memories come from baking with friends and family, and then enjoying the delicious treats together!  These four recipes are super easy to make and will fill your home with holiday spirit (and the smell of baking cookies, of course)!

Artwork-ing Off Stress

Artwork-ing Off Stress

Art allows students to escape from the responsibilities of school For Mimi Offor ’21, working on art portfolios or setting up a photoshoot in Feldman-Horn allows her to focus on what she loves, while also taking her mind off of the many responsibilities school brings. Offor said painting liberates her, and acts as a form […]

The Key to Competition

The morning before her live audition for the Elite International Music Competition, Mia Shelton ’21 ate her usual breakfast, a cup of yogurt, and ran through a series of pre-competition rituals.“I have a breakdown if these [superstitions] don’t happen,” Shelton said. “For example, I need to get out of bed on my left foot, and […]

Makeup or Made-up?

Makeup art gains popularity during the Halloween and Day of the Dead, but other artists oppose the validity of the new art form. On Halloween, Adrienne Usher ’22 strutted down the stage at the school costume contest, modeling not only disco-zombie attire, but also self-applied makeup details. Fake blood and shards of glass, created with […]

Are you for Euphoria?

Are you for Euphoria?

As society has evolved and diversified over the last decade, the entertainment industry has also made great strides with the content it presents to teens in television shows. This movement toward less censorship is evident in the new teen drama “Euphoria,” which is meant to provide a raw and uncensored depiction of the high school […]

Remi Patton sells her artwork in exhibition

Remi Patton sells her artwork in exhibition

Remi Patton ’20 sold four of her paintings in the “We’ve Always Been Here” art show at the Band of Vices art gallery Sept. 14. This event marked Patton’s first time selling her pieces. Two were paintings of Adam and Eve and the other two were titled “Seventh” and “Portrait of a Woman”. The general […]

Tall Girl: from the perspective of two minorities

Tall Girl: from the perspective of two minorities

After watching an embarrassing number of viral TikToks centered around the new—and highly controversial—Netflix film, “Tall Girl,” we were confused about the phrase “men’s size 13 Nike’s” and why it was significant. We decided that it was time to investigate. For those unfamiliar with the new release, “Tall Girl” follows high school junior Jodi Kreyman […]

Feldman-Horn exhibit displays art portfolios

The art department kicked off an exhibition displaying the work of four Advanced Placement art students Tuesday in the Feldman-Horn Gallery. Participant Haley Levin ’20 said she saw the exhibition as a success and that she is enthusiastic about it going forward. “I’m very proud of [Cleo Maloney ’21, Oscar Montañez-Garay ’20, Hailey Hameetman ’20] […]

Watch and Learn

Students and teachers discuss the potential benefits of learning a foreign language by watching television. Learning a language through watching TV helps with comprehension skills Ever since the Mexican comedy-drama “Club de Cuervos” caught his eye, Luke Riley ’21 has revamped his language learning strategy. Instead of flipping through pages of textbooks, he now turns […]

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