Photography class completes long transition

Over the past couple years Photography class has undergone distinct changes in the way students are instructed to create their works of art. This is the first year where the course has fully transitioned. Before the course adjustment, students starting with Photography One would experience a full year working with black and white photography with…

Don’t let summer lack luster, watch these hot blockbusters

2018 has already proven to be a stellar year for movies. Theaters have been lighting up lately with incredible films such as A Quiet Place, Avengers: Infinity War and Deadpool 2. While the year has already provided a multitude of fantastic flicks, summer movie season has barely begun. Here‘s a rundown of this summer’s most…

Library shares powerful poetry; students perform, inform

April is National Poetry Month and teachers and librarians across the country are planning poetry slams, open mic nights and displays for National Poem in Your Pocket Day, including the Media Center here. According to poets.org, “National Poetry Month each April is the largest literary celebration in the world, with tens of millions of readers,…

Assembling ideal school music lineup: Woot-chella

Coachella: It’s a word we’re all familiar with, but just can’t relate to. The annual music festival takes place in the California desert, far from the suburban climate of Montgomery County. However, at this school we have our own roster of talented musicians who put Coachella to shame. Introducing the (hypothetical) Woot-chella 2018 lineup. The…

Music Man marvels

The legacy of theatre at this school continued this year with the theatre department putting on The Music Man as the spring musical. The show wrapped up its final weekend on April 22. The Music Man features a con man, Harold Hill, played by senior Max Ramsay, posing as a boy band’s salesman and Hill’s…

Stage crew stays stellar

You may not always see them but you can definitely see the work they put in. Stage crew works behind the scenes at every school play. Stage crew does props, backgrounds, scene changes and all the tech effects in a school production. Every time the lights come on, every time the scene changes, and every…

AP Art avoids mediocrity

What comes to mind when you think of AP testing? Sitting in a room for hours bubbling in scantrons and scribbling responses to prompts? The quest for a perfect score in the AP Studio Art final contrasts with that of other courses. Each student must create an online account to which they must upload their…