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  • April

    Actors practice choreography for a fight scene.

    “Is That a Play I See Before Me?”: HDA Presents Macbeth

    Anvi Pathak ’26 Assistant Arts Editor, Jo Reymond ’26 Assistant Arts Editor
    From April 27-29, the Hopkins Drama Association is performing Macbeth by William Shakespeare at the Woodbridge Pool Club.
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  • Cocozza performs in Monty Python’s Edukational Show.

    Artist of the Issue: Charlotte Cocozza

    Sarvin Bhagwagar ’24 Features Editor, Jo Reymond ’26 Assistant Arts Editor
    Charlotte Cocozza ’23 has loved the arts since she was a child. She thoroughly enjoys participating in theater productions and draws inspiration from actors she’s watched.
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  • Students participate in a Bob Ross Painting Tutorial held by the Hopkins Art Club.

    Hopkins Students Celebrate World Art Day

    Grace Laliberte ’24 Arts Editor, Ilana Lewitton ’26 Assistant Arts Editor
    April 15 was World Art Day, an international event meant to recognize and appreciate products of creativity.
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  • February

    ECOCA’s new exhibit, Kit Huang: Forever 17

    Alumni in the Arts: Etana Solomon ‘14

    Amalia Tuchmann ’23 and Anvi Pathak ’26
    In January, The New York Times named New Haven as one of the top 52 places to visit in 2023, noting that, among other attributes, it is a “treasure trove of contemporary art.” Hopkins alumna Etana Solomon ’14 contributes to the rich New Haven art scene as a member of the Board of Directors at the Ely Center of Contemporary Art, or ECOCA. The center, which is located at 51 Trumbull Street, is a non-profit organization dedicated to presenting contemporary art exhibitions that are inclusive, diverse, and promote dialogue around global and community issues.
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  • Hopkins students dance during Mendes’s performance

    Isabella Mendes: Local Pianist, Vocalist, Performer

    Daniela Rodriguez-Larrain ’23
    On October 14, Isabella Mendes helped Hopkins celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by performing a medley of Brazilian jazz classics with her band The Bossa Nova Project at an all-school Assembly. Afterward, she held a music workshop in the Athletic Center for the student body.
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  • Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal at the hearing.

    Ticketmaster: The Anti-Hero of Live Music?

    Rose Robertson ’24 and Shriya Sakalkale ’24
    Last November, Taylor Swift fans flocked to Ticketmaster’s website to receive access to an exclusive pre-sale for the artist’s upcoming Eras Tour. The ensuing ticket debacle has reignited the debate over whether the company has abused its position in both the music and ticketing industries.
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Editor in Chief 
Rose Robertson

Managing Editor 
Hanna Jennings

Sophie Denny
Eli Ratner
Anya Mahajan
Claire Billings
Abigail Rakotomavo
Anika Madan
Mira Krichavsky
Sarvin Bhagwagar
Rania Das
Eric Roberts
Shriya Sakalkale
Grace Laliberte
Jo Reymond
Ilana Lewitton
Anvi Pathak
Teddy Witt
Asher Joseph
Rain Zeng
Miri Levin
Edel Lee

Amir McFerren
Maggie Russell
Samantha Bernstein
Hana Beauregard
Karin Srihary
Connor Tomasulo
Bar Avraham
Alex Lopez
Chloe Wang

Hailey Willey
Web Editors
Brayden Gray
Amelia Hudonogov

Faculty Advisers
Stephen May
Elizabeth Gleason
David Harpin
The Razor's Edge reflects the opinion of 4/5 of the editorial board and will not be signed. The Razor welcomes letters to the editor but reserves the right to decide which letters to publish, and to edit letters for space reasons. Unsigned letters will not be published, but names may be withheld on request. Letters are subject to the same libel laws as articles. The views expressed in letters are not necessarily those of the editorial board.
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 an open forum publication, is published monthly during the school year by students of: 
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