Category: A&E

#RambleGate2015

#RambleGate2015

by Sam Walsh So, it’s 12AM on a Sunday night, and I have been writing stuff the entire day. Because of this, my originality is at a low. So for this column, I’m just gonna talk about things I’m excited about. Very stream of consciousness. I’ll make it up as I go along.   First and most importantly, Kanye. It’s […]

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Valentines playlist

by Andrew Li   Make Up                                                                                                           Break Up Pony- Ginuwine                                                                                                      Say Goodbye – Chris Brown Wet the Bed- Chris Brown                                                                                   End of the Road – Boyz II Men Neighbors Know My Name – Trey Songz                                                          How Could You – Mario Beg For It – Chris Brown                                                                                      Baby – Justin Bieber Bump N’ Grind – R. Kelly                                                                                     […]

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Emma Lee Toyoda “Sounds off”

Emma Lee Toyoda “Sounds off”

by Sam Walsh and Millie Jones Hale alumni, Emma Lee Toyoda and her band will be competing in the semifinals of one of the biggest band battles in the Northwest next month. Sound Off, an EMP hosted competition, provides a “phenomenal jumping point” for local young musicians, according to Toyoda. Toyoda’s indie folk group includes 2014 Hale graduates Zeke Bender, […]

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Japanese Art Deco Exhibit

Japanese Art Deco Exhibit

by Thea Fanning Passing through the gates at the Seattle Asian Art Museum, you’re transported back to the 1940s. Deco-style gates mark the entryways to the large building. Inside the museum is the Deco Japan exhibit, which is what I went to see. It’s a large collection of Japanese art pieces from the 1920s through the 1940s. This was a […]

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Deco Japan Exhibit Inspires

Deco Japan Exhibit Inspires

by Thea Fanning   Passing through the gates at the Seattle Asian Art Museum, you’re transported back to the 1940s. Deco-style gates mark the entryways to the large building. Inside the museum is the Deco Japan exhibit, which is what I went to see. It’s a large collection of Japanese art pieces from the 1920s through the 1940s. This was […]

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Fall play: ‘Almost, Maine’

Fall play: ‘Almost, Maine’

by Ludovico Galli   The Drama department is far from dead. After Sydney Baird’s pregnancy, Benjamin Stuart has taken her place as Director. We all know that it’s not easy to replace a teacher as great as Baird, but Stuart seems to be up to the challenge. His background is full of theatrical success, with a degree in art involving […]

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How I Met Your Mother

How I Met Your Mother

The rise of TV mediocrity and America’s best worst show We always seem to hype up a show as it comes to its end, whether it’s a terrible has-been (The Office) or one of the most popular network dramas of all time (Lost).  There are also shows that don’t fit either of those stereotypes, which is how we get to […]

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‘Divergent’ premier pleases fans

‘Divergent’ premier pleases fans

Prescreening of the movie ‘Divergent’ leaves fan girls in tears of joy Fan girls, celebrities and general mayhem broke out at Pacific Place this Thursday as a result of a red carpet event promoting the upcoming film “Divergent”. Amidst the teary fans and ecstatic screams, two stars from the movie emerged on the red carpet, happily signing every piece of […]

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Bollywood Dance Club

Bollywood Dance Club

Freshman Harshla Singh has brought a whole new community to Nathan Hale. Bollywood dance. “My family has always been really good at bollywood dancing and here at Hale many girls wanted to do it.” Singh remarked. Singh has Indian roots and many of her family members danced for various Bollywood occasions. She previously lived in Fiji, and was an avid […]

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New AP Studio Art class

New AP Studio Art class

Student artists can finally relax: an AP Studio Art Class will be available to take starting next fall. Art teacher, Erin Shafkind, hopes the class will be an opportunity for dedicated artists to dive deeply into their interest. “I’m hoping to work with students who are committed,” said Shafkind. Unlike the previously offered Advanced Drawing and Painting Class, AP Studio […]

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