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Paper dolls exhibit showcases pulp couture

Paper dolls exhibit showcases pulp couture

April 8, 2011


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Katy Hallowell Reporter The extravagant dresses that line that galleries of the Legion of Honor look like costumes straight off the runway and hung on mannequins. Upon closer inspection, the ball gowns are made not of luxurious fabrics but painted paper. Pulp Fashion features 60 pieces work by ...

CSH alumnae head HungryMan Gallery

March 2, 2011


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Two CSH alumnae have found a way to mix business and pleasure by working together to showcase their love of art. Rather than working a typical 9-to-5 job under another artist’s name, they set out to establish themselves in the art world. Kristen Harkonen (’01) and Robin Juan (’01) run HungryMan Gal...

Flowers celebrate art

Flowers celebrate art

February 16, 2011


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Anjali Shrestha Features Editor A heavy perfume scent wafts down the corridors of the de Young museum where bursting bouquets and picturesque flower arrangements fill the galleries and compliment pieces of the permanent collection for the annual Bouquets to Art, held to benefit the Fine Arts Museum...

Darren Criss, former Stuart Hall for Boys student, finds role on ‘Glee’

Darren Criss, former Stuart Hall for Boys student, finds role on ‘Glee’

December 14, 2010


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Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor Although he began his career as an actor and musician while attending Stuart Hall for Boys, Darren Criss’ rise to national fame came seemingly overnight. Criss’ first appearance on Fox’s hit TV show “Glee” on Nov. 9 led to his rendition of Katy Perry’s “Teena...

Students prepare for ‘Nutcracker’, both performing and backstage

Students prepare for ‘Nutcracker’, both performing and backstage

December 14, 2010


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Zoë Newcomb Editor-in-Chief As Tchaikovsky’s Waltz of the Flowers floats through auditoriums and ballerinas gracefully leap across the stage, performances of the holiday classic “Nutcracker” seem to be effortless, but behind-the-scenes the process of pulling together a successful ballet t...

Website offers daily deals

December 14, 2010


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Katy Hallowell Reporter Most adventures within San Francisco aren’t cheap — they come with hefty price tags that inhibit a number of potential customers from actually partaking in them. With a plethora of activities to enjoy in San Francisco, the 2-year-old website, Groupon (http://www.groupon.c...

Contemporary art museum exhibit brings desserts from table to canvas

Contemporary art museum exhibit brings desserts from table to canvas

December 14, 2010


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Isabelle Pinard Reporter A lair of tempting treats is no place for those whose stomachs are half empty. Hungry visitors might find themselves unable to keep their wandering fingers from going over the security lines in an attempt to touch the yellow-glazed tarts and crème brules hung on the walls of Sweet ...

Yearbook plans to operate differently this year

Yearbook plans to operate differently this year

December 14, 2010


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Aggie Kruse Reporter While students head to sports practice or relax in the Center on Monday and Wednesday afternoons, a dozen girls in Room 301 work to chronicle the year. It is the yearbook staff, and this year it aims to introduce a change to the school—the yearbook will be released before t...

Museum hosts free, weekly cultural event

Museum hosts free, weekly cultural event

October 29, 2010


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Emma Herlihy News Editor As the clock hit 5 p.m., the lights in the de Young museum dimmed and music came on as the wine bar rolled out for the cultural encounter event Friday Nights at the de Young at which the museum offers a free zone with a multitude of activities including live music, lectu...

‘Hamlet’ on The Rock offers unique experience

‘Hamlet’ on The Rock offers unique experience

October 29, 2010


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Zoë Newcomb Editor in Chief As the rain began to fall outside grimy prison windows, a bone-chilling shriek pierced the eerie silence of the Alcatraz hospital. Turning to escape from fanatical women running in circles and throwing flowers in the air, guests found themselves trapped on the island i...

Online pioneers take blogging to new heights

Online pioneers take blogging to new heights

October 29, 2010


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Sara Kloepfer Managing Editor There are four little words I used to hate — “Check out my blog.” Whether actually hearing them, reading them in a magazine or seeing them on someone’s Facebook page, I would mentally gag each and every time. I thought blogs were a playground for vanity, ...

Arden City gets modern twist

Arden City gets modern twist

October 29, 2010


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Ava Martinez Reporter The fall play “Arden City” may be a relatively little-known play set in modern-day London, but viewers who are familiar with Shakespeare may find the plot line familiar. The play is a contemporary version of the comedy “As You Like It” and includes the first and last scenes from the original play. ...

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