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the OnLion News Archive

2019

Arts

  • "Frozen 2" Review: They Let It Go, Again

    Katie Maier

    Now I’m sixteen, and obsessing over Disney movies is not nearly as trendy as it used to be back in the days of ‘13.
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  • Get Your Scare On

    Camille Summers

    Although Halloween season has, unfortunately, passed, I watched a few spooky movies and it’s never too late for a good scare!
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  • Judging A Book By Its Cover

    John Srouji

    This cover definitely gave off the impression that it was a horror book. The cover was black, and from all sides, trees crept in...
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  • The Art of Inspiration

    Katie Maier

    “Art is just a way to relax and be in the moment,” Landon says. “It’s a way to show character, who you are, how you see the world on a deeper level.”
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  • A Drawing Student Becomes Self-Aware

    Grayson Blaske
     
    “You’ll see the picture, and you’ll see an imperfection you want to change,” she said. “You could change it with the pencil, but you want to be authentic.” 
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  • The (Good) Doctor Is In

    Katie Maier

    “It’s really interesting,” said senior Sarah Packman, “because it’s not one story but a collection of short stories. Each scene is like its own story.”
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  • On The Page: Two Great Psychological Thrillers

    Veronika Valia

    The following bone-chilling psychological thrillers are just short of light horror, convey the classic feel of a “dark and stormy night,” and are perfect for getting into the mood of the windy fall season.
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  • Stewart Key's Celebrated Moon Shot

    Kamryn Washington

    “Actually I want to do something with space like be a NASA engineer or work in space aeronautics. I am obsessed with the idea of space,” she says.
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  • Fall Musical Showcases Student Voices and Stories

    Written by Katie Maier

    “Being on stage,” said junior Will Novak, “just feels amazing because even when nobody’s there, you feel like the whole world is watching, so you have to perform.”
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  • Artists Get Involved In The Process

    Camille Summers

    “I think it’s important for students to have a creative outlet. It allows the student to relax a little bit; it’s more calming,” says Ms. Walter.
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  • Next Spring's Musical Will Transport Us Under The Sea

    Madison Thompson

    “Many shows have a single female ‘star vehicle’ but not necessarily a multitude of other parts for women,” she says. “That was the primary thing I searched for.”
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  • Fine Arts To Launch Honors Theater Class

    Madison Thompson

    “Whether it is mask and movement work, makeup, or character work, we are going to go through everything,” Mr. Freer says.
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  • Film Fest: Teens on Screen

    Georgia Norton

    A dying ant, a mute superhero, and a korean rabbi don’t have much in common at first glance, except that they were each featured in films at Lovetts annual student film festival last Friday.
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  • Lovett's Got Dance Moves

    Camille Summers

    A favorite of mine was the Upper School girls and boys dancing to the song “Greased Lightnin’” performed by Avery Gipson and Caroline McPherson. 
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  • Footloose Tech Crew Helps Performers Dance In The Air

    Madison Thompson

    This year, twenty students from Lovett’s Tech theater class crewed the big spring production, controlling everything from the sound board to set movements. 
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  • Let's Hear It For The Boys and Girls Of Footloose

    Madison Thompson

    “After I do one show, I tend to want to start working on a show that’s completely the opposite, and that was Footloose,” Pitchford says. Not only was the 80’s classic grittier and darker then Peter Pan, but “Footloose is a musical with a lot of meaning,” she explains.
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