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Iwazaru: Ingenious Improv

Iwazaru: Ingenious Improv

March 27, 2016 at 12:35 am 0 comments

For many people, getting up on a stage without truly knowing what to say is something straight out of a nightmare. For the 11 students who performed in Iwazaru, Choate’s improvisation show, however, it was a situation long sought. During the week of Halloween, Choate students squeezed into the loungeRead More

Anne Frank Tugs at Hearts

Anne Frank Tugs at Hearts

March 27, 2016 at 12:32 am 0 comments

Imagine: it’s 1944 Amsterdam. If you are lucky enough to be able to look through a window, you will see members of the Gestapo strolling through the deserted streets with weapons on their belts and swastikas on the sleeves of their uniforms. It’s a frightening sight, not so fun toRead More

A Snapshot of Bernstein ’16

A Snapshot of Bernstein ’16

March 27, 2016 at 12:31 am 0 comments

Even if you don’t know Rebecca Bernstein ’16, you’ve probably seen her walking around campus, perhaps with a camera in her hand, or maybe you’ve seen her eye-catching work displayed in the PMAC gallery. After all, Bernstein, a four-year senior from Edwards, Colorado, is an Arts Concentration photographer and anRead More

The Boys of Autumn: 3rds Soccer

March 27, 2016 at 12:25 am 0 comments

    Boys’ Thirds soccer, led by coaches Mr. Johnson and Mr. Robles and captains Imad Rizvi ’18 and Andrew Garver ’17, is renowned around campus as one of the most ferocious squads to step foot on the grass.  The sheer mental and physical demands of being a Thirds soccerRead More

Former Choate Athletes Thrive in Post-Wild Boar Years

Former Choate Athletes Thrive in Post-Wild Boar Years

March 27, 2016 at 12:24 am 0 comments

Choate is often recognized for the incredible accomplishments of some of its most esteemed alumni. A few of Choate’s most notable names are President John F. Kennedy ’35, Paul Mellon ’25, Michael Douglas ’63, with alumni specializing in topics ranging from architecture to philanthropy. However, a great deal of Choate’sRead More

No Mercy on the Gridiron

No Mercy on the Gridiron

March 27, 2016 at 12:23 am 0 comments

For the past two seasons, Varsity Football has uncontestably been Choate’s most successful athletic team. Finishing the 2014 season at a remarkable 10-0, last year’s squad was a well-oiled machine and the most daunting competitor in New England. This fall, the team has started once again on a rather highRead More

“Unveiled” Draws on Pressing Social Issues

“Unveiled” Draws on Pressing Social Issues

March 27, 2016 at 12:21 am 0 comments

On Friday evening, Rohina Malik, a Muslim actress and activist, presented her thought-provoking one-woman show entitled Unveiled to the Choate community. Held in Gelb Theater, Ms. Malik engaged the full house with her 60-minute show about racism, hate crimes, love, Islam, culture, and language. Unveiled tells the harrowing stories ofRead More

Truck Art Sweeps India

Truck Art Sweeps India

March 27, 2016 at 12:20 am 0 comments

Travel on any busy highway in the US, and you will spot intimidating trucks roaring passed the tiny cars alongside them. However, in other areas of the world, trucks are not seen as speeding nuisances. In India, for example, they are travelling works of art. Truck drivers in India haveRead More

Graffiti Spans Decades

March 27, 2016 at 12:19 am 0 comments

In recent years, graffiti has transformed from an underground and illegal form of self-expression to a globally celebrated art form. Martha Cooper, now 72 years old, has watched and documented this change through the lens of her camera since the late 1970s. Cooper fell into the world of graffiti whenRead More