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  • John Aslanian ’21 watches Disney+ in Upper Heath.

    A Flood of Streaming Services

    Chiu Yen Vergara ’23
    According to a CNBC survey, 57% of Americans have some form of streaming service. Big entertainment streaming companies such as Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ compete for viewership while trying to differentiate themselves from the others.
  • Head of School Kai Bynum presents the Hopkins 360 Plan on the Hopkins Instagram

    A 360 View of the Arts

    Zach Williamson ’22
    In early November of last year, Hopkins rolled out the Hopkins 360 Plan, announcing to the community a set of ambitious objectives spanning nearly all departments on campus. The plan focuses on programmatic growth, while maintaining equity between departments. A significant focus will be the construction of a new theater and home for the performing arts here at Hopkins.
  • Evans working backstage as PSM for Hamlet.

    Artist of the Issue: Corinne Evans ’20

    Sophia Zhao ’23
    Corinne Evans ’20 has been a crucial part of the Hopkins Drama Association (HDA) since her sophomore year, and since then has worked on thirteen HDA productions.
  • Adeebah Alnemar, Naji Aldabaan, and Ibrahim Aldabaan visited Hopkins to share their journey and talk about Welcome to the New World.

    Welcoming New Artwork to the Keater Gallery

    Lily Meyers ’20
    On Friday January 10, writer Jake Halpern and artists Michael Sloan and Adeebah Alnemar visited Hopkins and spoke with the community through assembly speeches, panels, discussions, and time spent in the Keator Gallery.
  • Czepiel has spoken about and performed her music on local radio station WPKN.

    Artist of the Issue: Meggie Czepiel

    Meggie Czepiel ’20 has been an active presence in the arts at Hopkins and beyond. She is part of Concert Choir, one of the heads of “Songwriters of Hopkins”, and a participant in songwriting workshops outside of school: music is a large part of her life. Here, Czepiel answers questions about song-writing, performing, and her artistic process in general:
  • Community Art in Keator Gallery

    Lily Meyers ’20
    On November 8, this year’s Community Gallery Show focusing on collaborative collage opened in the Keator Gallery.
  • Evie Doolittle ’23 and Eleanor Doolittle ’20 pose for their annual holiday photo.

    Lights, Camera, Action: Holiday Photo Tips

    Matthew Brier '22
  • Students in the Orchestra and Concert Choir perform at Battell Chapel.

    Students Perform “Music of Winter” at Battell Chapel

    Evangeline Doolittle ’23
    On December 17, the Hopkins Orchestra and Concert Choir filled a packed Battell Chapel with euphonious music.
  • Roy, Eveland, and Toft rehearse their one-act, Just Zoo It.

    Students Perform and Direct One-Act Plays in Lovell Hall

    Zach Williamson ’22
    On December 5 and 6, the Hopkins Drama Association (HDA) put on Post-It Notes, a set of eleven one-act plays, directed by Mike Calderone and students within the HDA community.
  • Visual Arts students work on a project in a Thompson studio.

    Making the Most of a Hopkins Arts Course

    Lily Meyers ’20 Arts Editor
    The new school year offers an opportunity to either spend more time learning about and practicing an art you love, or to try something new.
  • Omnia members (from left to right) Alexis Chang ’21, Alejandro Lopez ’21, and Steven Broun ’21 after performing at Back to School Bash.

    Q+A With Student Band Omnia

    Ella Zuse ’21 Assistant Arts Editor
    Omnia is a band made up of three Hopkins students: Alexis Chang ’21, Steven Broun ’21, and Alejandro (Ale) Lopez ’21. Their most recent performance was at
    Back to School Bash where they performed “Goodie Bag” by Still Woozy, “Some” by Steve Lacy, and “River” by Leon Bridges.
  • Petey Graham ’20 acts out his role as Hamlet for a 
photo.

    Hopkins Drama Association Performs Hamlet

    Zach Williamson '22
    On October 17, 18, and 19, the Hopkins Drama Association (HDA) will perform the fall show Hamlet, Shakespeare’s renowned tragedy, directed by Hope Hartup and Assistant Director Leah Miller ’20.
  • Maloney said that Arts courses are a time to be “with friends and let creativity take its course.

    Making the Most of a Hopkins Arts Course

    Lily Meyers '20
    The new school year offers an opportunity to either spend more time learning about and practicing an art you love, or to try something new.
  • Omnia members (from left to right) Alexis Chang ’21, Alejandro Lopez ’21, and Steven Broun ’21 after performing at Back to School Bash.

    Q+A With Student Band Omnia

    Elle Zuse '21
    Omnia is a band made up of three Hopkins students: Alexis Chang ’21, Steven Broun ’21, and Alejandro (Ale) Lopez ’21. Their most recent performance was at Back to School Bash where they performed “Goodie Bag” by Still Woozy, “Some” by Steve Lacy, and “River” by Leon Bridges.
  • Students Produce Almost, Maine

  • Stratton and Donovan as Ram Sweeney and Kurt Kelly in Heathers: The Musical (High School Edition).

    Artist of the Issue: Nate Stratton ’19

    Lily Meyers ’20
    Nate Stratton ’19 has been aprominent part of theater at Hopkins. Having been in twelve plays and musicals as part of Hopkins Drama Associa tion (HDA),
  • Cover of the Jonas Brothers New Single:

    Songs of the Issue: Jonas Brothers: “Sucker”

    Ella Zuse ’21
    “Sucker” marks the beginning of the Jonas Brothers’ comeback.
  • Cover of Khalid's New Album:

    Songs of the Issue: Khalid: “Saturday Nights”

    Lily Meyers ’20
    Singer-songwriter Khalid released his first song, “Location,” shortly after graduating high school, and he released many successful songs about his experience as a teen and a young adult since.
  • Songs of the Issue: The Carters: “LOVEHAPPY”

    Zach Williamson ’21
    Beyoncé and Jay-Z had a whirlwind 2018. A month prior to Beyoncé’s ground-breaking Coachella performance in April, the pair had announced their second joint tour, “On The Run II,” which ran from June to October across fourteen countries, grossing over $250 million.
  • Triple Trio poses for a picture at Spam Jam in June. Emma
DeNaples ‘19 is pictured front row, right.

    Artist of the Issue: Emma DeNaples ’19

    Ella Zuse ’21
    Emma DeNaples ’19 is an artist in many different senses on the Hopkins campus. DeNaples plays trombone in the Jazz Rock Ensemble, is the co-head of Triple Trio, and serves as editor of Daystar, a literary and arts magazine.
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