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Gospel Choir Concert Invites Audience to Sing

As a gentle piano riff cutinto the silence, Michael Belcher, director of the Phillips Academy Gospel Choir, assigned each audience member a vocal part to the piece “He Has Done Marvelous Things.” This past Wednesday, the Gospel Choir performed their first ever solo concert in the Timken Room. The eleven members and Belcher, who is…

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High Fidelity Review: Czarface Meets Ghostface

We are Cameron Freeman and Quinn Robinson, and we listen to a lot of music. This column is here to share only the truth about which albums and EPs are worth your time. Each week, we pick one that’s caught our eye—regardless of genre or popularity—and run through our thoughts. CZARFACE, the hip-hop supergroup comprised…

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Theater Production of “Chinglish” Performed by Chinese 622 Students

To prove his point about the necessity of maintaining a personal relationship with clients, Jungwoo Park ’19, playing an American consultant named Peter, broke out in an passionate rendition of a famous Chinese opera in an attempt to bond with Minister Cai, played by Andy Kim ’19. Park ultimately achieved his goal as Kim excitedly…

Students Win Gold Keys in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
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Students Win Gold Keys in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

The Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards celebrate the development of a personal voice and technical skill through art or literature, according to the the contest website, artsandwriting.org. Participants whose work best embodies these characteristics are awarded several distinctions within each category in their region, with the highest being the Gold Key. This past week, several…

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