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  • Actors rehearsing for Actions Outlive US. Photo credit: Margaret Toft '21

    Arts in the Hybrid Model

    Craigin Maloney ’21 Arts Editor
    Hopkins’ transition to virtual learning last spring threw many teachers into an unfamiliar model without much time to make changes to their curriculum.
  • Lola Lovenotes mural of Breonna Taylor in New York City. Photo credit: Amelia Holowaty

    Freedom of Expression: Black Lives Matter in the Arts Community

    Anand Choudhary '22 Assistant Arts Editor and Matthew Breier '22 Assistant Arts Editor
    From the bold, yellow “Black Lives Matter” painted on the streets of Washington, D.C. in June to passionate new pieces of music and explosions of murals, the arts have proved an effective medium to help people connect with and support the BLM movement.
  • Cast members at an early rehearsal for Actions Outlive Us. From left to right: Felipe Perez ’22, Talia Chang ’22, Joey Rebeschi ’21, Margaret Toft ’21. 
Photo credit: Zach Williamson '22

    Summer Student Production Tradition Continues Amidst COVID Restrictions

    Zach Williamson ’22 Lead Arts Editor
    On September 3 and 4, the Hopkins Drama Association (HDA) put on Actions Outlive Us in New Haven’s Edgerton Park.
  • Artist of the Issue: Cici Liu

    Anand Choudhary '22 Assistant Arts Editor
    Cici Liu ’20 has dabbled in all types of art since her first year at Hopkins.
  • Kyle Shin ’20 performing at on the first day of the 2019-2020 school year in assembly

    Artist of the Issue: Kyle Shin

    Craigin Maloney ’21 Arts Editor
    Not only is Kyle Shin ’20 passionate about playing music, but it has also become an instrument to help him form deep bonds with some of his closest friends at Hopkins. 
     
  • Hopkins Arts Online Gallery: Creativity in Quarantine

    Matthew Brier '22 Assistant Arts Editor
    The creative voice finds a way to sing.
  • Banners on display at a past Commencement ceremony.
Photo by Jody Rosenthal.

    Seniors Struggle to Carry On Banner Tradition

    Zach Williamson ’22 Lead Arts Editor
    With the Hopkins community thrust into uncertain territory amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, beloved senior traditions are in limbo.
  • The Weeknd’s cover of his newest album “After Hours”

    Song Review: Blinding Lights

    Craigin Maloney '21, Arts Editor
    You may be surprised to learn that The Weeknd isn’t a band, but rather the stage name of Canadian singer-songwriter Abel Tesfaye.
  •  Twenty One Pilot's cover photo for Level of Concern

    Song Review: Level of Concern

    Matthew Brier '22 Assistant Arts Editor
    “Level of Concern” by Twenty One Pilots, released on April 9, 2020, is definitely a product of its time.
  • Megan Thee Stallion’s cover for her newest song

    Song Review: Savage Remix ft. Beyoncé

    Anand Choudhary '22 Assistant Arts Editor
    Amid the coronavirus mayhem, Megan Thee Stallion has worked her way to the top once again.
  • Say So (feat. Nicki Minaj) [Remix]
Photo Credit: Kemosabe/RCA Records

    Song Review: Say So

    Zach Williamson '22 Lead Arts Editor
    Doja Cat, born Amala Dlamini, started to hit her stride back in 2018 with her viral hit “Mooo!,” but it wasn’t until late last year when she really took the world by storm. No song speaks to her newfound success better than “Say So,” off her sophomore album, Hot Pink.
  • Hopkins Students who attended the 2019 trip to the Fringe Festival pose for a photo. 
Photo Credit: Micheal Calderone

    The Fringe Festival: Community Through Memory

    Anand Choudhary '22 Assistant Arts Editor
  • The Drummer Boy by William Morris Hunt

    Alumni in the Arts

    Craigin Maloney ’21 Arts Editor
    Hopkins is renowned for its outstanding STEM programs and boasts hundreds of accomplished alumni in a variety of scientific fields.
  • Miller as Phebe in As You Like It. Photo by Peter Mahakian

    Artist of the Issue: Leah Miller '20

    Anand Choudhary '22 Assistant Arts Editor
    Leah Miller ’20, member of the Hopkins Drama Association (HDA), has worked on 23 different productions since her first show as a seventh-grader.
  • Chris DeVona. Photo by Highpoint Pictures.

    Faculty Artist Profile: Chris DeVona

    Zach Williamson ’22 Lead Arts Editor
    Chris DeVona, Arts and Math Departments faculty member and director of Hopkins’ Jazz Band, has been a valuable member of the Hopkins community since 2017.
  • Students in Concert Choir connect before warming up in class. Photo by Orly Baum ’22

    Performing Arts at Hopkins Tackle Zoom Learning

    Zach Williamson ’22 Lead Arts Editor
    With the recent move to online learning through Zoom, the Arts Department faces a unique challenge.
  • Chris DeVona records his own rendition of

    The Art of Quarantine

    Matthew Breier
    The arts, like the human spirit, cannot and will not be suppressedpandemic or not.
  • Gries performs on the piano with Teacher Band at Back to School Bash in 2016.

    Artist of the Issue: Dan Gries

    Craigin Maloney ’21
    Computer Science and Math teacher Dan Gries has always been intrigued by art.
  • Emerson DelMonico ’21 poses in her costume for the show.

    Dance-a-lot, Sing-a-lot, Spamalot!

    Eleanor Doolittle ’20 Editor-in-Chief
    On February 27, 28, 29, and March 1, the Hopkins Drama Association kicked off their winter season with Spamalot, directed and produced by Hope Hartup.
  • Justin Bieber's new album cover of

    Songs of the Issue

    Lily Meyers ’20, Arts Editor, Anaya Panyadahundi '23,
    Lily Meyers '20 and Anaya Panayadahundi '23 review new releases from popular musicians
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