Reflecting on “Cabaret”

Reflecting on “Cabaret”

Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday since Sept. 5, the sound of actors’ feet moving swiftly across the floor as they dance the Charleston and singers harmonizing floats out of Rugby Theater, the drama lab and the dance studio. According to Performing Arts Department Head Rees Pugh, “Cabaret” presents the young actors in the Harvard-Westlake production […]

Boys’ Soccer off to rough start

Boys’ Soccer off to rough start

Following a defeat in their first league game against Crespi, the boy’s soccer team brought their league record to 0-1-1 with a tie against Notre Dame against Jan. 8. The game was scheduled as the league home-opener, but was moved away from Ted Slavin Field because the lights for the field were not able to […]

Prefect Council hosts first Coffee House of the year

Prefect Council hosts first Coffee House of the year

Students and faculty filled Chalmers Lounge for the first Coffee House of the school year Monday, featuring 14 singers and musicians, as well as a comic and a slam-poet. Throughout the performances, students could have coffee and baked goods in the lounge, which was decorated in a coffee house style. Students performed a variety of […]

Soccer takes clutch one-goal win on the road, remains second best in league

A clutch offensive connection between seniors Parker Converse ’15 and Cole Fletcher ’15,  combined with an epic goal-keeping performance from Michael Gaven ’18, let the Wolverines squeak out a 1-0 win over the Warriors (5-5-4 overall, 4-4-0 in Mission League) on the road on Friday night. With Gaven filling in for usual starter Nick Richmond ’16 […]