By Muse Lee The Madrigals just wrapped up a series of seven holiday performances at various venues around Pasadena. The performance series began on December 6th and ended on December 19, the last day of school before Winter Break. Here’s a rundown of the performances: December 6: Pasadena Symphony Associations Home Tour Our very first
Monthly Archives: December 2014
By Allegra Gutierrez There was a massive turnout for the intimate Madrigals Concert that took place today in Braun. Even Mr. Stephenson exclaimed “Wow!” as he turned around to greet the ever-growing crowd after their first song. It was supposed to be in the science building due to its outstanding acoustics, but Braun provided a
By Sophia Forgetta Spezialy As the Westridge students filed into the gym for Town Meeting, which occurs once every six days, we all wondered what the upcoming performance was going to be. Soon after everyone calmed and settled down, we watched Sheridan Marsh ’16 as she played a beautiful piece by Chopin on the piano.
By Sara Lemus Middle School lunch lines go by relatively quickly, at least compared to the Upper School lunches. With the freshman and sophomore classes both having a staggering eighty or more students, and of course with the addition of both the juniors and seniors, a lot of students have to get their lunches. A
By Shayana Seneviratne Every year in the three Physics classes, AP Physics, Honors Physics, and Regular Physics, Mr. Eichelberger allows everyone to attend lectures at various colleges to receive a full point of extra credit on their quarter grade. The majority of the lectures take place at either JPL or Caltech. The topics of the
By Samantha Chean-Udell As we all walked into the extremely dark PAC, we all wondered what was going on. Was it a showing of the play that was opening that weekend, Rabbit Hole? Was there going to be a seemingly stunning surprised that would only be revealed once the blanket of darkness lifted? Turns out
By Quincy Foster Most people think of advisory as a time to talk about classes and what has been happening at school lately. For one tenth grade advisory, there is a lot more to it. Ryan Skophammer has turned advisory into a time when girls can rant, play rockband, sleep, or just chill out. Instead
By Nicole Chrisney Waking up early on a Monday morning after 9 straight days of sleeping in past 11 a.m. (or maybe 8 days for those who woke up at an obscene hour or maybe even never got to sleep after Thanksgiving to go Black Friday shopping) surely feels like a punch in the face.