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Junior Keren Lifschitz won a Silver Key for the photo, titled “Pursuit of Happiness.”

Students place at Scholastic Art and Writing Awards

Highlights March 24, 2022

Emma Newman co-editor-in-chief  Seven students placed in 2022’s regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, winning Silver Key and Honorable Mention awards.  Junior Ori Cohen Raab, junior...

Leia Gluckman plays ukulele with her drawings in the background (left). Photo courtesy of Leia Gluckman. Jenna Weisss cookies (right). Photo courtesy of Jenna Weiss.

Creativity flourishes during the pandemic

Highlights October 24, 2020

Daria Milovanova staff writer  Gina Toore staff writer When COVID-19 hit, reduced social opportunities, coupled with stress and anxiety of having to adapt to the new unusual circumstances, produced a...

Student starts art show for community, exhibits her talents

Student starts art show for community, exhibits her talents

Highlights September 17, 2020

Candice Anvari staff writer When she saw people express themselves at school, senior Josephine Cosmosse noticed that her peers made fun of those they found different. Over the course of her four years...

The photo was taken by sophomore Caprice Neman, who took the picture for photography teacher Timothy Briggs’ photography project. The photo was taken and edited on an iPhone. 

Arts programs adjust curriculum, adapt to “stay-at-home”

Highlights April 27, 2020

  Visual and performing arts programs, including drawing and painting, theater and photography, have been forced to alter assignments as a result of conditions caused by the safer-at-home order.  Students...

Photography student wins second place in competition, receives scholarship

Photography student wins second place in competition, receives scholarship

Highlights April 11, 2019

Catherine Gagulashvili copy editor Junior Hudson Auerbach placed second in the Congressional Art Competition on Saturday, April 6. In addition to having his photograph displayed in Congressman Ted Lieu’s...

Living life to the fullest one day at a time

Living life to the fullest one day at a time

Highlights April 9, 2019

Candice Anvari cub writer Vibrant colors of yellow, green, blue and red. Putting a pen to paper or just typing away for hours at a time, Joseph Isaac is an enthusiast for activities that will keep him...

Courtesy of Melony Bronder

The World Becomes An Art Teacher’s Muse

Highlights April 8, 2019

Kevai Lewis, cub writer With two classrooms, five subjects and years of teaching behind her, art teacher Melony Bronder has become a master at juggling activities, and this extends outside of the classroom....

Student artist hones in her craft

Student artist hones in her craft

Highlights February 9, 2019

Ava Seccuro staff writer Whether it’s drumming for a house band, selling her own artwork or learning how to sew, sophomore Kadah Binkley epitomizes the phrase “jack-of-all-trades.” As she continues...

Art teacher is filled with passion

Art teacher is filled with passion

Highlights May 17, 2018

Paul Bensemoun cub writer Walking into the sculpture and ceramics class, the students all go to find their seats waiting for art teacher Melony Bronder to start her class by taking attendance and telling...

NAHS Art Festival showcases students’ talent, intellect

Highlights April 21, 2018

Jason Harward co-editor-in-chief The annual NAHS Art Festival, featuring work from Beverly classes focused on art foundations, photography, ceramics, animation, architecture and more. See a wide breadth...

Students apply to art schools

Students apply to art schools

Highlights March 29, 2017

Lauren Hannani staff writer Inspired by their love for the arts, some students already have goals to attend an art school after graduating. Although some of these seniors are still not sure yet which college...

Dance teacher pursues her passion around the country

Dance teacher pursues her passion around the country

Highlights December 7, 2016

Lauren Hannani staff writer Starting ballet when she was just three years old, dance teacher Chrissie Leong has always had a strong passion for dance, whether that meant dancing in front of a huge audience...

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