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Gustavo Gody: Visual Arts

Hannah Cho September 1, 2015

Gustavo Godoy, a prominent sculptor whose art has been displayed in galleries and exhibitions nationally and internationally, will teach 3-D Art and Ceramics at the Upper School this year. As a kid, Godoy...

Symphony, Wind Ensemble, Camerata Strings to perform with alumna

Hannah Cho April 29, 2015

In the final concert of the year, the Upper School Symphony, Wind Ensemble and Camerata Strings were scheduled to play a wide array of pieces April 28. The concert, which had not taken place at press time,...

A Cut Above

A Cut Above

Hannah Cho April 29, 2015

Carefully selecting a screwdriver, Eitan Sneider ’17 tosses it in his hand and prepares to launch it forward to hit the wooden board that spans his garage wall. After perfectly landing a couple of smaller,...

Symphony Orchestra and upper school to perform joint concert

Hannah Cho January 14, 2015

The symphony orchestra and the three upper school choirs, Bel Canto, Wolverine Chorus and Chamber Singers, will perform in the biennial concert Feb. 27. The event will take place at the First Presbyterian...

666 missed classes marks year record

Hannah Cho November 19, 2014

More students missed classes because of illness during the week of Nov. 3 than any week so far this school year. The absences began on Tuesday when many students either came in late or left early, Head...

2 Chronicle articles finalists in Story of the Year competition

Hannah Cho October 14, 2014

Two stories from last year’s Chronicle are finalists for the 2014 National Scholastic Press Association Story of the Year award. The Story of the Year award is given to one story in each of five categories:...

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