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Top District Choirs Come to Voxman

Top District Choirs Come to Voxman

Zoe Miller, Feature Editor

October 29, 2018


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There was a clamor of sounds as students bustled up to the stage. They filled in an entire half circle, everyone jammed together. There was silence, then the conductor raised his hands and 300 voices joined together. “I thought [the mass piece] was really fun because we were doing the All-State mu...

Michelle Buell: Makeup Artist and Photographer

Michelle Buell: Makeup Artist and Photographer

Lindy Rublaitus, A&E Editor

October 25, 2018


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Little Hawk: What kind of art do you do? Michelle Buell: I do Photography and makeup design.     LH: What is it like to be self taught? MB: I’ve always been interested in makeup as an art form so it’s spending a lot of time doing the same things over and over again. I’m...

“Laugh Out Loud” Hits the Stage

“Laugh Out Loud” Hits the Stage

Lindy Rublaitus, A&E Editor

October 25, 2018


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7 plays, 4 directors, 34 actors, 2 stage managers, and 3 evenings. City High’s drama depart- ment is gearing up for their fall performances: “Laugh Out Loud: an Evening of Comedy.” These shows range from a short monologue dedecated to a dead “cat” to the highs and lows of auditioning for ...

U of Iowa Hosts District Choir Concert at Voxman

U of Iowa Hosts District Choir Concert at Voxman

Lindy Rublaitus, A&E Editor

October 12, 2018


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  Three hundred students joined together in the Voxman music building on October 10th for a district wide high school choir performance in conjunction with one of the choirs from the University of Iowa. City High's Concert Choir was the last group to perform, showing off their 3 piece set t...

LH Movie Review: Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

LH Movie Review: Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

Maya Durham, Executive Editor

October 10, 2018


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Lately, it seems like Netflix has been mass-producing originals — from hits like To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and Orange is the New Black to flops like Insatiable, they’re trying to check every genre off their list. A latest release that delves into another century is The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel P...

Q&A With Students Auditioning for All State Music

Q&A With Students Auditioning for All State Music

Phoebe Chapnick-Sorokin, Executive Editor

October 10, 2018


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          Little Hawk: How many years have you auditioned for all state? Quinn Kopelman: since freshman year Annie Rummelhart: 2 years and I’m going to audition this year Lillian Prybil: This is my first year auditioning   LH: How m...

Show Choir: New Season, New Style

Show Choir: New Season, New Style

Kate Kueter, Reporter

September 27, 2018


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Stages around Iowa have been lit up with brightly-colored lights bouncing off of bright sequin dresses by City High’s show choirs, but this year, 4th Avenue Jazz Company is doing something different. In past years, their performances have been upbeat dances with a set of popular songs to create high...

Discussion With DiverCity

Discussion With DiverCity

Kate Goodvin and Ethan Snee

September 26, 2018


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DiverCity is trying to redefine what it means to be a highschool rap group. The Group was founded by young artists, Patrick Bui ‘19 and Liam Nicholson ‘18 in the basement of Nicholson’s parents’ house. The Little Hawk sat down with Bui and Douglas Tran ‘19 to talk about their up and coming ...

Hawkeyes Storm Bates Field

Hawkeyes Storm Bates Field

Lindy Rublaitus, A&E Editor

September 26, 2018


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After weeks of marching in 90 degree weather, the City High band shared the field with the Hawkeye Marching Band (HMB) to perform the Hawkeye on September 7th. With hopes in bringing in a collegiate marching band to perform with the Little Hawks, Dr. McReynolds connected with the HMB Director, Dr. Eric...

Iowa City Unplugged Features City High Students

Iowa City Unplugged Features City High Students

Phoebe Chapnick-Sorokin, Executive Editor

September 26, 2018


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All summer, there have been construction projects going on in downtown Iowa City, in particular throughout the pedestrian mall. With all that noise and disruption, Steve Cook, a local sound technician, felt this was blocking the culture of downtown, and decided to start a new concert series called Iow...

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