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By Morgan Kuin — 10/30/2014

In a rendition of the lively, operatic Italian piece “Libiamo ne’ Lieti Calici,” composed by Giuseppe Verdi, Nolan Crawford ’15 complemented the soprano voice of Michaela Barczak ’15 with his tenor voice. The title of the piece, which translates to “Let’s drink from the joyful cups,” reflects...

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Conducted by Christopher Walter, new members of the Fidelo Society make their debut performance.

By Staff Report — 10/31/2014
The pumpkins are carved, and your costume is ready. All you need to make Halloween even spookier is a scary flick. Arts & Leisure has taken a trip to the graveyard and summoned the spirit of ten...
By Hannah Beaudoin — 10/31/2014
Dressed in a navy blue utility jacket and emerald green chinos, Cindy Koh ’17 ties a pink and green watercolor scarf around her neck to complete her look. The scarf comes from Runway, a small...
By Kalina Ko — 10/31/2014
“When you fly, each crow must look on and wish they were more like you,” sang Elizabeth Latham ’16 in French in the final notes of “Marie.” Latham composed the enchanting song herself, entirely in...
By Kalina Ko — 10/24/2014
By Ben Del Vecchio Film & TV Columnist — 10/24/2014
By Sharan Gill — 10/31/2014
With steady taps of a snare drum, L’Insieme Di Martedi Sera, the Academy Concert Band, began its rendition of “Burma Patrol March.” Composed by Karl K. King in 1942, the lively tune starts with a...
By Ben Del Vecchio Film & TV Columnist — 10/31/2014
Dark, stormy nights. Wolves howling, maybe some swirling fog. A couple, or maybe a group, lost in the cold woods and a shaky camera tracking them. These are just a few of the hallmarks of the ever-...
By Amelia Rider — 10/24/2014
Students rose to their feet with applause and cheers as Nurilys Cintron ’15, a Post-Graduate from Lawrence, Mass., finished singing her soulful rendition of “Valerie” by Amy Winehouse during last...

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