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A Different Definition of Success

Captivating and intelligently written, The Privileges is an enjoyable novel focusing on the culturally topical in an often funny tale…

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Springtime Pseudo-Shakespeare

Lights come up. On one side of the stage, Othello smothers his wife, Desdemona. On the other side, Juliet wakes to find Romeo lying dead and stabs herself.

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Artist of the Issue: Lena Mazel

The only ninth grader in the Advanced Dance Ensemble, Lena Mazel ’13 is poised and controlled, devoted and passionate.

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Alice in the MoMa

Tim Burton is a famous and out-of-this world filmmaker, illustrator, painter, photographer and sculptor.

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Getting Graphic

Most books are words, words, words, with, perhaps, an occasional illustration. When was the last time you looked at a book in which the illustrations were equally important as the words?

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The Tiny World of Willard Wigan

Willard Wigan is a micro sculptor, and his pieces are so small, they can’t be seen with the naked eye. Many of them are only three times the size of a single blood cell.

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Glad to Have Glee

Ryan Murphy’s hit musical comedy and drama, Glee, returned to the air April 13 for its second season.

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Field Trip to Broadway!

Twenty students from English teacher Suzanne Hannay’s senior classes travelled to New York City to see the Broadway play A View from the Bridge.

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