Articles by: Neve Scott '18

The cast of The Love of Three Oranges comes together to amuse the sick Prince Tartaglia in a kingdom-wide festivity.

PMAC Stirs with Laughter During Two Winter Plays

February 24, 2017 at 6:01 am 0 comments

Choate Rosemary Hall has long favored boldness in all aspects, particularly within the arts. This winter, Choate put on two connecting plays: The Love of Three Oranges and The Green Bird. These plays not only wrestle with what it means to live and to love but also the isolation ofRead More

Cast members of The Love of Three Oranges and The Green Bird perform in a dress rehearsal Monday, prepping for audiences coming this weekend.

Choate to Stage Two Winter Plays

February 17, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Choate’s current theatrical director, Ms. Deighna DeRiu, has taken on a challenge unseen before in the realm of the School’s winter term plays. Instead of the traditional long play, DeRiu and a large cast are putting on two. The two plays are The Love of Three Oranges, and The GreenRead More

In Moda’s latest issue is displayed in the library among other student publications.

In Moda’s Back at It

January 27, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

After approximately a year and a half of inactivity, In Moda, Choate’s fashion club, has resurrected. Haley Williams ’18, one of club’s leaders, stated that “the cause for the sudden start was due to the constant scrutiny about our club ‘not doing anything.’ Different people made comments that suggested theyRead More

Lacina Coulibaly (left) and Wendy Jehlen (right) perform their quantum physics-inspired dance duet, “Entangling.”

Guest Dance Performers Entangle Audience at the PMAC

January 20, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Last Friday, January 13, at 7:30 p.m., professional dancers Lacina Coulibaly and Wendy Jehlen took to the Paul Mellon Arts Center’s main stage to perform their dance duet, “Entangling.” The origin of this unusual name comes from the dance’s inspiration of quantum entanglement. Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in whichRead More

The first holiday (then Christmas) program at Rosemary Hall, 1911.

Season’s Events Culminate in Holiday Program

December 15, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

As the holiday season approaches, Choate is preparing its students for the oncoming festivities and break. The events kickstarted with gingerbread cookie decorating and Hanukkah with Hillel. This coming Wednesday, December 14, math teacher and holiday aficionado Mr. Marquis Tisdale is hosting “Tiz the Season,” a holiday-themed gathering designed toRead More

Kari Cholokny ’06: Rising Visual Arts Star

November 18, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Kari Cholokny ’06, who hails from Darien, Conn., is not a typical alumni artist. At 28 years old, she has had a large amount of exposure  in the field thanks to her visual arts education at Choate and beyond, her own work in the visual arts arena, and her collaborationRead More

A student browses the library bookstacks.

The Library: An Underutilized Resource

October 21, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Ibn Battuta: A Muslim Traveler of the 14th Century, by Ross E. Dunn, may seem like an odd choice for the most frequently checked out book at the library this September. But for the first time this year, librarians worked with the fourth form history department to create a newRead More

When Arts at Choate Take a Backseat

October 14, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

At Choate, everyone comes from a different background racially, religiously, socially, culturally, and economically. Sometimes, within our community, it can be tough to relate to other people because of these ingrained boundaries. However, Choate is failing to acknowledge one of the most important and outstanding connectors that we have betweenRead More

Fight or Flight?

Fight or Flight?

September 30, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Sherman Alexie’s Flight intertwines themes of estrangement, vengeance, and mercy through the main character Zits’s time-traveling escapades. Over the summer, Choate students were able to follow Zits in his adventures, but not everyone enjoyed the ride. While some students were impressed with Zits’s intelligence and thought his narrative was theRead More