Theatre Guild Shows “Mamma Mia!”

On the evening of Friday, January 12, the Theatre Guild had its first club activity, hosting a showing of Mamma Mia in the Green Key. Originally created last year by recent graduate Elliot Ong 17’, this club has been re-introduced this year by seniors Katie Elkind 18’, Kali Chapas 18’, Sash Davis 18’, and post-graduate … Continue reading

Students Compete in ESU Shakespeare

On Friday, January 12th, seven students competed in this year’s ESU Shakespeare contest in front of the student body and faculty during morning meeting. Finalists included Sash Davis ’18, Hannah Stewart ’18, Sang Hun Kim ’18, Miranda Namiotka ’20, Edward He ’21, Sam Bick ’21, and Jill Reef ’21. Winners were announced on Monday, January … Continue reading

The Golden Globes: A Night Decorated With Stars

On the evening of January 8, the Beverly Hilton was flooded with phenomenal artists and professional storytellers. From the sea of the night to the inspiring speeches, the 2018 Golden Globes was definitely one that stood out from the others. For starters, the attendees did not hold back on putting a spotlight on the many … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight: Lexi Shoemaker

The famous Lexi Shoemaker ’18 has both talent and an abundance of ambition. This dance enthusiast has been dancing for as long as she can remember, and with her many goals for the future, Lexi Shoemaker is making history. She loves the freedom of choreographing her own dances. When it comes to her own personal … Continue reading

Art Students Take to the Moos Gallery

This past month, Reserve’s own student art club held their art exhibit in the Moos Gallery in KFAC. Similar to previous years, the art club featured submitted art from all students throughout campus with a wide variety of mediums ranging from pencil and watercolor to sculptures and photography. Being no exception, this year the gallery … Continue reading

Band, Orchestra and Choir Perform

On Sunday October 8, the Western Reserve Academy community experienced its first concert of the year, featuring smashing performances from the band, orchestra, and choir alike. Ms. Margaret Karam ’79 served as conductor for all three groups with Ms. Elizabeth Wirtz assisting on piano. This year’s fall concert focused on making classical music and choir … Continue reading

Día de Los Muertos Artwork

The Day of the Dead, a holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico on November 1 and 2, honors the deceased. They believe that at midnight on October 31, the gates of heaven are opened, and the spirits of deceased children can reunite with their families for 24 hours. The Day of the Dead is … Continue reading

Film Club

Film Club’s first movie showing of the year was on Friday, October 6. The movie was a sci-fi classic, Blade Runner, which was released in 1982. The movie centers around Deckard, played by Harrison Ford who is forced to to continue his previous job as a Replicant Hunter. He is assigned to eliminate four escaped … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight: Julia King

What is art? To Julia King ’19, art is “something you create that you want to create”. Or, more specifically, she says that art is something one creates for the pleasure of creating it. Julia is a fifteen-year-old junior at Western Reserve Academy. She is a day student from Hudson who, aside from art, enjoys … Continue reading

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