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Increased awareness around physical therapy helps athletes

Increased awareness around physical therapy helps athletes

Elsie McKendry, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

Once again, sophomore Liam Carmello leaves class to get water. In reality, Carmello is not thirsty. He gets up halfway through every class to stretch his injured back at the request of his physical therapist. Recovery can be a pain, both physically and mentally, but more student athletes are seeking...

Students find fulfillment in dedication to ballet

Students find fulfillment in dedication to ballet

Phoebe Kallaher, Arts Editor

October 25, 2019

School. Ballet. Homework. Sleep. Repeat. That’s the daily routine of students who dance at the Brookline Ballet School.  For these nine students at the high school, ballet is an integral part of their lives.  They spend multiple hours there six days a week, not including their extra rehearsals for ...

Ballerina paintings portray emotional aspect of dance

Ballerina paintings portray emotional aspect of dance

Zoe Tseng, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

The typical image that comes to mind at the word “ballerina” is a girl in a pink tutu holding an excruciating pose. Many paintings of dancers center on the beauty of this pose and the ballerina’s serene expression. Edgar Degas is especially known for these types of paintings, but a new exhi...

Students hone artistic skills over the summer

Students hone artistic skills over the summer

Jason Altshuler, Arts/Breaking News Writing Editor

October 24, 2016

Jobs, camps, internships: Available options for the summertime can often seem too scarce and too numerous at the same time.  For students looking to spend weeks improving at a certain skill, summer intensives can be a gratifying choice. With countless programs for all sorts of talents, summer intensi...

Feature: Brookline Ballet School’s “The Nutcracker”

Feature: Brookline Ballet School’s “The Nutcracker”

Izzy Gonzalez, Staff Writer

December 15, 2015

  Sophomore Tim Hartshorn began dancing as a 5-year-old, dreaming of the day he would dance in winter’s most beloved ballet production, The Nutcracker. Little did he know that less than a decade later it would be yet another season of landing an important role in the production at The Broo...

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