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Contemplating Contemporary

Contemplating Contemporary

Chloe Schaeffer January 29, 2020

Student artists take inspiration from famous contemporary artists. When Skylar Liu ’21 first discovered the work of contemporary artist Anthony Cudahy, she was immediately impressed by the way he utilized...

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(En)Counter Culture

Emma Limor January 29, 2020

Counter cultures can reflect self-expression and moral beliefs. Every morning, Hope Shinderman ’21 wakes up to her morning punk playlist, selects her outfit from an assortment of black and plaid clothes,...

The seniors of Advanced Dance II perform their final group piece as a class.  Credit: Lindsay Wu/ Chronicle

Students perform in end-of-year dance showcase

Lindsay Wu May 2, 2019

Advanced Dance I and II students performed solos, duets and group pieces in the annual end-of-year showcase in the dance studio May 3. To open the show, the juniors of Advanced Dance II danced to...

Picture This

Sarah Reiff May 1, 2019

Art is a language, a way to express oneself to a broader audience. Photographer Annabel Zimmer ’20 said she equates the excitement and nerves she feels when the school hangs her art to the opening night...

Illustration by Samantha Ko

Spotify-ing Talent

Tammer Bagdasarian May 1, 2019

As his Spotify follower count ticked up by the minute, Graham Berger-Sacks ’20 grew increasingly curious about what was happening. Checking his phone anxiously between classes, possibilities began to...

Accepting this Rose

Joanna Im March 20, 2019

At the beginning of every year, Nathan Russel ’21 observes all the buzz surrounding the new mystery man of “The Bachelor.” Due to the show’s popularity and older teens being the majority of dating...

You are going to Hollywood

You are going to Hollywood

Alexandra So March 20, 2019

Elizabeth Gaba ’17 advanced through the audition stage of “American Idol” with “All I Ask” by Adele, which premiered on ABC on March 17. “I was mostly surprised at how genuine and kind...

Play-ing for Progress

Annie Beckman March 1, 2019

Students performed a redesigned version of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Feb. 8-10 including LGBTQ characters. In directing the show, performing arts teacher Rees Pugh decided...

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