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New student mural aims to brighten ACE hallway

New student mural aims to brighten ACE hallway

Nina Rogers, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019


Filed under Arts

The Alternative Choices in Education (ACE) corridor, once barren and dark, will soon be illuminated with a stunning new student mural. Senior Angel Zayas, a member of ACE, has been in the process of designing a new mural to beautify the ACE space. In his attempts to do so, he has united the ACE communi...

Winnie-the-Pooh exhibit revisits classic childhood story

Winnie-the-Pooh exhibit revisits classic childhood story

Becky Perelman and Jackie Perelman

February 25, 2019


Filed under Arts

Big blue balloons lead the way to the entrance; turning a corner, you enter a child’s bedroom. There is a bed and windows and decorations. Looking closer, you see the decorations are hand drawn pictures of a bear and his friends: Piglet, Eeyore, Owl, Kanga, Roo and Tigger. "Winnie-the-Pooh" is one of...

Music groups foster competitive environment between students

Music groups foster competitive environment between students

Peter Finnerty, Staff Writer

February 16, 2019


Filed under Arts

From starting the alto saxophone in fifth grade to practicing every day, going to weekly private lessons and participating in two bands, Jake Perdue is one of many who works hard and loves playing their instrument. He brings this dedication to his musical groups, improving his own skills while coming tog...

Graphic designer follows dual passions of sports and art

Graphic designer follows dual passions of sports and art

Oliver Fox, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019


Filed under Artists Of The Month, Arts

Paintbrushes and pencils are in the past. For senior Sergei LeFaivre, digital design is the future. By turning his passion for sports into modern graphic designs, LeFaivre has grown into a skilled artist spurred by his own athletic interests. Because of his Boston upbringing, LeFaivre was supportin...

AOM: Nairi Harumi

AOM: Nairi Harumi

Aryn Lee, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


Filed under Artists Of The Month, Arts, Showcase

Starting a business and learning real-world skills in high school is not the first thing that pops into the minds of most students. For junior Nairi Harumi, however, this was the case. Inspired by expensive necklaces she liked but did not want to spend money on, Harumi decided to make her own. Wh...

Revisions sparks inspiration through showcasing student talent

Revisions sparks inspiration through showcasing student talent

Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writer

February 9, 2019


Filed under Arts, reviews

Dancing, singing and laughter; these are all the aspects that categorize Revisions, the annual talent show. The show gave students a chance to demonstrate their skills, whether they be in improv, singing, dancing or playing an instrument. I felt inspired and proud of the students in our artistic ...

“Sweeney Todd” to be last musical before director retires

“Sweeney Todd” to be last musical before director retires

Madison Sklaver, Longform Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Arts, Showcase

Before each musical, Christian Polos jumps on stage to introduce the show and the cast. He talks about all the hard work the cast has done, the subject of the musical, and immediately jokes around with the audience. Even from just his short introduction to the musical, his personality shines through....

Movie Review: The Princess Switch

Movie Review: The Princess Switch

Nick Eddinger, Photography Managing Editor

January 16, 2019


Filed under Arts, Movie Review

With holiday cheer and festivities coming to an end, Netflix beckons yet another round of low-budget, uninspired, feel-good Christmas movies to bring a sense of wholeness to your living-room. Last year saw the notable addition of “The Christmas Prince” which shook families with its tooth-achingl...

Tech week unites drama casts through love of theater

Tech week unites drama casts through love of theater

Elena Su, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts

The stage is animated with characters laughing and talking while standing bathed in the orange stage lights. As the scene comes to an end, the performers scuttle off the stage, heading for the wings. Moments later, they emerge from behind the curtain to run the scene again. After this, they’ll have to d...

Organization hires teens to hone creativity

Organization hires teens to hone creativity

Sidonie Brown, Arts Editor

January 14, 2019


Filed under Arts

On a Tuesday afternoon, while the sun dipped below the horizon, the studios of the Artists For Humanity (AFH) EpiCenter in Boston glowed with the excitement and passion of over a hundred teenage artists at work. Some hunched over sketchbooks. Others toggled with tools on a computer screen. Still mor...

Coolidge Corner Hot Chocolates: Face Off

Coolidge Corner Hot Chocolates: Face Off

Rachel Lee and Jade Kwitkiwski

January 13, 2019


Filed under Arts, reviews, Showcase

Sixth Place: Allium Market Neither of us had ever been to Allium, so this selection was mostly spur of the moment as we passed the historic-looking building with a white garlic clove on the window. Walking in, the impression was definitely a “wow” with hanging plants on the ceiling and different ...

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