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Met Gala Community Reviews

Met Gala Community Reviews

Sebastian Stan Despite Sebastian Stan’s recent role as murderer/cannibal/kidnapper in the Horror-Comedy Fresh, his Valentino monochrome ensemble at the Met Gala is without question his biggest jump...

Coco Trentalancia (11) featured in screening of 2021 Netflix documentary “Found”

Coco Trentalancia (11) featured in screening of 2021 Netflix documentary “Found”

Ben Rafal, Staff Writer May 14, 2022

“When I was on the podium, I was personally just bawling inside — however, I tried to be contained as much as I could as it was publicly filmed,” Coco Trentalancia (11) said. Trentalancia recently...

From clay to papier mâché: UD Students exhibit sculpted styles at 3D art show

From clay to papier mâché: UD Students exhibit sculpted styles at 3D art show

Nia Huff and Gillian Ho May 7, 2022

Pots, sculptures, and clay sculptures, placed on white displays around the Fisher Art gallery, are a few of the many pieces displayed in the new 3D Art Show. Curated by visual arts studio manager Emily...

Flo Ngala ‘13 becomes first Black woman to photograph inside Met Gala

Emily Sun May 7, 2022

Equipped with a Canon and a Kodak film camera, Flo Ngala ‘13 made history as the first Black woman invited to shoot inside the Met Gala on Monday. Her photos for Vogue captured the attendees in all their...

Gustie Owens ’18 wins Crosswords in NYT Fellowship

Lucy Peck, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Gustie Owens ’18 recalls working on the New York Times (NYT) crossword in history class when history teacher Barry Bienstock suddenly said from across the room, “12 across is alligator.” She realized...

“Step into a ghoulish state of mind” with HMTC’s “The Addams Family” 

“Step into a ghoulish state of mind” with HMTC’s “The Addams Family” 

Maeve Goldman and Mira Bansal, Staff Writers April 29, 2022

Choreography As the curtain lifts on Gross Theater stage, a flurry of jazz hands and grapevines emerge: the opening number, “When You're an Addams” has begun. “Classic musical theater dance, salsa,...

UD students host Shakespeare workshops for LD students

Nia Huff, Staff Writer April 23, 2022

For the next few weeks, Upper Division (UD) students, assisted by English teacher Dr. Adam Casdin, will host Shakespeare Workshops for Lower Division (LD) students. During their frees, UD students will...

Students pursue music with pre-college weekend programs 

Students pursue music with pre-college weekend programs 

Neeva Patel and Sophie Rukin April 23, 2022

“As long as we don’t have a Hell Week, giving up eight hours of my Saturday to attend cello class isn’t too hard to manage,” Daniel Jeon (10) said.  As a student at the Manhattan School of...

All press, no stress: printmaking students get creative

All press, no stress: printmaking students get creative

Nia Huff, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

“I enjoy the very regimented process of printmaking: you have to set up your station, wet your paper, and mix your ink,” Mekhala Mantravadi (12) said. “It’s such a versatile and accessible art...

MD art portfolios come to life in Fisher Gallery

MD art portfolios come to life in Fisher Gallery

James Zaidman, Staff Writer April 9, 2022

A vibrant selection of Middle Division (MD) artwork went on display this week in the Fisher Gallery. Visual Arts Studio Manager Emily Lombardo curated the show, which displayed various creative mediums,...

Worrall and Kirschenbaum ’08 talk Tycho Brahe on podcast

Ayesha Sen, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

“Charles Worrall, give me a name,” Benjamin Kirschenbaum ’08 said on his podcast “Give Me A Name” that featured Upper Division math teacher Charles Worrall last Tuesday. “Tycho Brahe,” Worrall...

Vig’s (12) “Obsession” takes the big screen at Museum of the Moving Image

Vig’s (12) “Obsession” takes the big screen at Museum of the Moving Image

Hannah Katzke, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

“I want people to leave the film with an unsettled feeling and kind of get the cogs in their heads turning as to what the film could be about,” Riva Vig (12) said. Vig's short and open-ended suspense...

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