Category: A&E

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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On the Razzle

On the Razzle

It’s a Hale tradition to kick off the year with theatrics, and this year’s fall play, On The Razzle, looks to have the same signature flair students have come to expect. On The Razzle is written by Tom Stoppard and based on “Einen Jux will er sich machen,” a Viennese play by Yohan Nestroy. On the Razzle promises laughs, one-liners, […]

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New literary tradition: ‘The Creek’

New literary tradition: ‘The Creek’

Two former students, Ilana Hoff and Emmy Newman, created The Creek as their senior project last year. They put together a booklet of writing and poetry submitted by students and teachers. And after seeing the final results, the two decided that they didn’t want this issue to be the last. They enjoyed seeing the collaboration and the art it produced. […]

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Music Outside of School

Music Outside of School

Imagine a team of horses charging across a field, rippling with energy and each beating it’s own rhythm. This is what the drums are like at a metal concert. The guitars explode out of their amps, the boom of the bass never stops, and the vocals pull the crowd into a frenzy. If, like me, you weigh 130 pounds, you’ll […]

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Aedan’s Eats

Aedan’s Eats

There are plenty of different ways to enjoy the awe-inspiring beauty that is Mexican cuisine. Seattle is teaming with taquerias, fast food joints, cantinas, and restaurants of all shapes and sizes, but none of them are quite as genuine as the Taco Truck. It’s a beautiful way to eat. Amazing food at ludicrously low prices, always served in the most […]

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