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Somewhere That’s Green: Little Shop of Horrors Previews

Somewhere That’s Green: Little Shop of Horrors Previews

Theo Prineas and Eden Knoop

April 18, 2018


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Although most of its seats were empty, Opstad Auditorium was filled with noise and commotion as students and teachers alike prepared for their first curtain call of the year. The first full runthrough of City High’s annual musical took place last night in front of a crowd of parents and those...

City High Cathedral Concert Brings Music to Saint Mary’s

City High Cathedral Concert Brings Music to Saint Mary’s

Eden Knoop and Zoë Miller

April 13, 2018


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The music began in the back of the church, filling St. Mary’s Cathedral with the sound of students’ voices. ‘Ubi Caritas’ rang as the Advanced Women’s Choir took to the stage. “It was just stunningly beautiful, all acapella, no instruments or anything,” choir director Greg Grove sai...

The Harte of Art

The Harte of Art

Maria Buri, Reporter

April 10, 2018


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Lyudmila Harte, owner and founder of the Harte School of Art, stood by an easel in the front room of her house and told the story of Botticelli. Her students listened, asked questions, and sketched rough outlines. Though they were absorbing the history of Renaissance art, they were also taking time to re...

Annual Trivia Night Returns

Annual Trivia Night Returns

Lindy Rublaitus, Reporter

April 9, 2018


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The room hummed with excitement as students and families entered the cafeteria ready to show off their knowledge. Snacks and drinks were  passed out, and then a disembodied voice broadcasted through a speaker signaled the beginning of the competition. On Saturday, April 7th, City High Band held their ...

The Future of Rock

The Future of Rock

Rika Yahashiri, Reporter

April 6, 2018


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The drummer hit the cymbal, the guitar pounded out of the amp and the audience went wild. Five kids with wild styles and crazier sets really know how to give the a crowd a good time. From City High, West High and West Liberty High School, Ana Koch ‘21, Tobey Epstein ‘21, Sean Harken ‘21, Za...

City High Artists Honored at Hancher Art Show

City High Artists Honored at Hancher Art Show

Xavier McFadden, Reporter

April 4, 2018


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Avery Shrader ‘19 has dabbled in art for a majority of her life, but it was not until two years ago that she began to invest significantly more time into it. To her surprise, this extra time paid off when she won runner-up for the Outstanding Award at the Hancher Guild Youth Art Show. “I didn't ...

Group Profile: DiverCity

Ellis Chen, Reporter

April 2, 2018


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At City High, students are in a variety of music groups. Band, orchestra, and choir are popular classes. But rap music is frequently absent from those groups. To express themselves with their preferred type of music, several students decided to form their own group. DiverCity is comprised of City High students...

Feature Talent: Ana Koch

Feature Talent: Ana Koch

Rika Yahashiri, Reporter

March 30, 2018


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From electric to acoustic, Ana Koch ‘21 really knows how to make a crowd wild with her sophisticated solos whether it’s rock or jazz. Since she started playing guitar at age 8, Ana has been jamming out every day. “The main reason that I picked it up is because my dad plays it too. I’d grown up ...

Little Shop of Horrors Strengthens Its Roots

Little Shop of Horrors Strengthens Its Roots

Lottie Gidal, News Editor

March 27, 2018


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This year’s musical, Little Shop of Horrors, is raring to go. Getting underway into their final month of preparation, the cast and the crew are excited to see everything starting to come together. “So we are at the point where set is starting to go up and the costumes are starting to make it to the act...

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