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Choral Concert Showcases Broadway and Opera Music
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Choral Concert Showcases Broadway and Opera Music

As Nicole Mitchell, a guest opera singer, sang in a resonating voice, the Fidelio Society and the Academy Chorus, along with Jesse Nager, a guest singer on Broadway, responded with a unified, “make them hear you.” As the line was repeated, the entire ensemble descended from the risers onto the stage before closing the song…

Look of the Week: Amadi Lasenberry ’17 Channels Chic Colors Through Style
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Look of the Week: Amadi Lasenberry ’17 Channels Chic Colors Through Style

Layering a royal blue dress on top of a bright yellow turtleneck sweater, Amadi Lasenberry ’17 completes her look with heeled maroon boots and sheer knee-high black socks. This outfit is representative of the bold color palette key to Lasenberry’s fashion that makes her stand out on campus, according to her friend Aisha Akoshile ’17….

Ableism Was Never Entertained
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Ableism Was Never Entertained

Last week, Anna Lopez ’19 and Sarika Rao ’19 published the article “Don’t Be an Audience to Ableism.” Their article argued the frequent discrimination of people with mental and physical disabilities in film, specifically the inaccurate portrayal of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) in M. Night Shyamalan’s Split. While I agree that people with disabilities should…

New Community T-Shirt Printer Arrives at the OWHL
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New Community T-Shirt Printer Arrives at the OWHL

Within months of arriving on campus as a new Lower, Louis Aaron ’18 already had plans for finding a way to provide students their own industrial-grade t-shirt printer. After receiving an Abbot Academy Association (AAA) Grant for 18,000 dollars last fall, Aaron’s plan was realized and the new printer can now be found in the…

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