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Von Grey: A Deviation From Classical Music

September 24, 2014

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By: Yvonne Zhou '15 Section Editor Von Grey, a musical band consisting of four sisters, performed Sept. 19 for the first Peddie cultural event of the year. The group, made up of Kathryn (19), Annika (18), Fiona (16), and Pet...

Falcons Spend Summer in Artistic Program

September 17, 2014

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By: Tanvi Dange ’17 Section Editor This summer, four Peddie seniors took part in the art department’s new Signature Experience in the Arts. The Signature Experience is a program in which selected students follow their lov...

The Heidi Chronicles: Bringing the Audience on Stage

May 25, 2014

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By: Katie Keyser ’16 Staff Writer The cast of The Heidi Chronicles brought the audience back in time to the late 20th century. The play took place May 8-10 in Geiger-Reeves Auditorium. The Heidi Chronicles follows the l...

War Horse: An Unparalleled Experience

May 11, 2014

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By: Katie Keyser ’16 Staff Writer The play War Horse, filmed and broadcasted by National Theatre Live, was shown in Geiger-Reeves Auditorium on Apr. 19 and Apr. 22. National Theatre Live is a company that films “the bes...

Dessert Theatre: Broadway Songs, Duets and Baked Goods

April 16, 2014

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By: Jessica Cha ’17 Staff Writer The boys golf team dominated MAPL rival Lawrenceville in their opening match of the season (196-224). Highlighted by performances from Kyle Sterbinsky ’15, John Kim ’14 and Dylan Lloyd...

Students Express Their Thoughts in Speaking Contest

April 4, 2014

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By: Katie Keyser ’17 Staff Writer While the Declamation Contest allows students to share performances through skits, the J. Walter Reeves Speaking Contest offers students the ability to share a topic to the community that is ...

A Flavor of New Orleans Right At Home

March 27, 2014

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By: Tanvi Dange ’17   Staff Writer With Mardi Gras falling early this month, the community got a taste of some traditional music from New Orleans on March 21. Students had the opportunity to hear New Orleans brass/funk fr...

9 to 5: The Show that Empowered

March 27, 2014

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By Katie Keyser Staff Writer The cast of 9 to 5 kidnapped the audience’s attention on Feb. 13-15. The musical 9 to 5 centers around three women as they undergo challenges placed upon them by the inconsiderate and oppressiv...

Identifying Forgeries: The Arts and Archaeology Class Visits the Met

February 7, 2014

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By Jessica Cha Staff Writer Students in Sarah Crider’s art and archaeology class visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art to learn more about the making of forgeries on Jan. 24. The class started by learning the basics of ma...

The Fusion of Hair and Physics into Art

January 15, 2014

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By Tanvi Dange '17 Staff Writer The Mariboe Art Gallery openings always have a large turnout, and this month’s showcase did not disappoint. Two alumni artists, Laura Britton ’07 and Timur Babakol ’06, displayed their ar...

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