Senior's play chosen for production

Elana Zeltser ‘13 took a bow on the same stage where her one-act play was performed by professional actors moments before. The play “Arc,” which Zeltser wrote last year for the Playwrights Festival, was produced professionally by the Blank Theater Company in June and will be produced again at the Lyceum Theater in San Diego […]

'The Photo Capturer'

Photographer Xenia Viragh ’15 says she draws inspiration from her travels. She has lived in six cities in her life so far, and has pursued photography in all of them. Her mother was a photographer, so her family has always had cameras lying around her house, allowing her to easily develop a love for the […]

Filming for charity

Leaning back in his throne-like chair with his legs crossed upon his desk, Jonathan Getzoff ’14 holds his chin in what he calls the “James Cameron position” and gazes into his Mac computer monitor, judging the first seconds of a soon-to-be three-minute short promotional video for the National Kidney Foundation’s 2012 Kidney Walk. After one […]

Wi-fi solutions to powering problems

Adam Zucker ‘13 typed a password and some of his basic information into his laptop, attempting to connect to the Wi-Fi network at the hotel where he and his family were staying over Spring Break. “Whenever we travel, we get a hotel, and I have a set duty: program the safe, and put our belongings […]

Psychiatrist gives brain development presentation to joint faculty meeting

Dr. Daniel Siegel gave a presentation to a joint faculty meeting Oct. 16 about the neuroscience behind learning. The two-hour after school presentation, titled “The Impact of Education on Development of the Brain during Adolescence,” covered topics such as the “neuroplasticity of the human brain” and how to increase student attention, Director of Studies Elizabeth […]

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