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Meme Greene -
"We have everything from Ed Sheeran to Bob Dylan to Eric Clapton to The Eagles to standard Broadway to Steven Foster to the African freedom songs," said Doc. "It is the depth and diversity of repertoire that is so unusual this year."
Laurel Blaske -
For senior Tep Seth's final art project for the Holocaust and the History of Genocide class, she found her voice in the form of a tree.
Georgia Norton -
The snare begins, a tight, steady rhythm; then the piano joins, and then a clarinet. A saxophone's sustained notes drip from the stage, sweet and smooth, as blues and bossas fill the room.
Georgia Norton -
"I was really happy with how [the script] came out," said Zoe Williams. "I had to think about the visuals more than writing in other classes, which was really cool and different."
Mimi Norton -
A man hovers in the clouds; a woman's torso has turned to purple smoke; and Shawn Dinwiddie sits in a shopping cart.
Molly Mitchell -
"When I have an idea for a beat I want to make, it will usually take at least a day for me to make it and more time after to perfect it to how I want it to sound."
Mimi Norton -
"I just threw together some flyers and a website, and told a lot of my friends who are creative, and it just spread through word-of-mouth."
Arnav Rajdev -
"Dr. Pitchford has told me to 'Express, don't impress,' and I try to live by that every time I perform."
Meme Greene -
"I wanted Neverland to seem overwhelmingly magical."
Katie Krantz -
As they meet and their lives are near ending, Shusterman explores complex moral issues head on in a way that keeps readers turning pages until the book is done.
Jack Nowland -
"The image was taken on a Holga toy camera in freezing weather, and anyone who has used one of these cameras knows how annoying and difficult the $30 film camera can be," he said.
Caroline York -
Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks met on an anonymous online chat room. Yet, in this day and age, they would have found each other on Facebook and immediately cut ties.
Georgia Norton -
"The hardest thing about it is that I really want it to look exactly like me, but I just can't figure out what's missing sometimes. It can be really frustrating."
Georgia Norton -
"Ms. Mack got us some cool new glazes with crystals to go on our pots," he said. "Because of an error, our class found out that if you mixed clear glaze with the new crystal glaze, it created a really pretty effect."
Laurel Blaske -
"You gotta go, 'Here's a thousand skills I have. What is the music asking? What am I doing? What skills do I need to be able to do that?'"
Georgia Norton -
Season two has brought us more of what we loved about season one, from Nancy-Jonathan romance to Eggo waffles and super powers, while still bringing us new things we never knew we needed.
Meme Greene -
According to Junior Megan McGean, who plays Goldie, The Diviners is a "unique and moving" show.
Georgia Norton -
The bottom of the image is blurred and out of focus along with the figure's facial features, adding to the confusion of the image, yet the intriguing clothing stands out in sharp focus.
Katie Krantz -
These novels center around tomboys that take names and go up against societal norms with the help of a few key friends.
Evie Monroe -
"Afterwards a lot of people were coming up to me saying 'oh this was so important and I really needed to hear this'," said Ellie McMurtrie.
Molly Mitchell -
"I still struggle with this," he said, "but remember - no one will ever know who you are if you don't show them."
Mimi Norton -
According to Ms. Schick, art "teaches you ways to look at the world and approach the world in ways you might not otherwise."
Jillian Burns and Kelsey Watson -
Katie Krantz -
The air smells like clay dust and glaze. Tiny bonsai trees line the walls of the greenhouse. Light comes pouring in from all angles, casting shadows across dry pots and bowls.
Kaitlyn Garrett -
We approach the "Love Installation" exhibit, and I am immediately greeted by a life size mannequin dressed fashionably in a variety of appealing fabrics. But there is more to this creation than meets the eye.
Katie Krantz -
he books for this month follow what happens the first time a teenager breaks out of their insular community.
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"It's just different. It's definitely something special," says freshman Ava Ault. She subconsciously moves her hand to her neck and fiddles with her favorite, signature necklace which happens to be one of her many personal designs.
Evie Monroe -
"Getting into a high upper level training program is more difficult than getting into Harvard or Yale," said Jay Freer, head of Fine Arts.
Katie Krantz -
Courtesans prance across the stage. A slave begs to be freed for purchasing a girl. Men sing raucously about the joys of domestic servitude. In the end, true love and freedom triumph.
Kelsey Watson -
"Since I was a little girl it has always been my dream to do something bigger with my life, and I think that's really the goal here," she says, "that long-term, I can move people with my music and still love what I'm doing with my life 30, 40, and 50 years down the road."
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