Surviving R. Kelly documentary sparks newfound awareness of sexual assault

Hadley Foust, Arts Reporter

February 1, 2019

Since the release of the the documentary Surviving R Kelly, society proves more aware than ever of the reality of sexual abuse in today’s world. The series of interviews sparked cultural respondents to rape culture and sexual...

Land of Fire’s Impact On the Westminster Community and Beyond

Hugh Trotter, Arts Reporter

February 1, 2019

One of the many things that attract parents and students to Westminster is our school’s involvement in the community outside of the front and back gate. From community service groups to JanTerm field trips, students spend a...

Portfolio class visits Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrors at the High

Amy Zhao, Arts Reporter

February 1, 2019

Portfolio: Drawing & Painting students recently embarked on a field trip to the High Museum to view artist Yayoi Kusama’s breathtaking and critically acclaimed exhibit, Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors. This immersive exhibit...

Golden Globes 2019: A Win for Representation

Rachel Liu, Arts Reporter

February 1, 2019

On Jan. 6, the 76th Golden Globe Awards highlighted dozens of outstanding films and distinguished actors, many of who used the opportunity in the company of their peers to spark important conversations concerning diversity and...

Artist Spotlight: Zoe Wood

Sarah Street, Arts Reporter

December 7, 2018

Working alongside an established professional is easily an aspiration of many young artists. As a senior at Westminster, Zoe Wood has interned for well-known designer George Esquivel and plans on pursuing the fine arts in college....

Concert Season in the Westminster Community

Chris Gryboski, Arts Reporter

December 7, 2018

While exam season often brings stress to the Westminster community, it also brings a mass of concerts. This November and December include concerts such as Travis Scott, Drake, and Jingle Ball, a multi-artist concert hosted by...

Artists in the Digitized World

Rachel Liu, Arts Reporter

December 7, 2018

Today, social media has become prevalent in our society, becoming an important and popular way to connect and entertain millions of people around the globe. However, as opposed to this conventional use, social media also proves...

Westminster’s new video projects continue tradition of Messiah

Hadley Foust, Arts Reporter

December 7, 2018

As Christmas approaches, Westminster continues the tradition of Messiah, as well as find ways to improve the show. The original large-scale musical work was composed by George Frideric Handel with the intention to recognize Jesus’...

Toby Liu’s growing music career

Rachel Liu, Arts Reporter

November 2, 2018

Freshman Toby Liu and his violin have braved the stage of Carnegie Hall before an audience of hundreds of people. They have played alongside and competed against the best musicians in the state and even the nation. Although h...

Experiencing Art with Creating Community

Hugh Trotter, Arts Reporter

November 2, 2018

Westminster offers countless opportunities for those wishing to be involved in the arts, ranging from visual and performing arts classes to theatrical and musical shows. Many students choose to complete their required one-sem...

44 Plays for 44 Presidents makes history

Jack Schaaf, Arts Reporter

November 2, 2018

This past September, for the fall play, the theater department took on the challenge of putting together 44 Plays for 44 Presidents. The show’s uncommon format, which consisted of 44 mini plays with a collective mission to outline the live...

Traveling artist Tori Tinsley showcases work in Broyles

November 2, 2018

Throughout the year, art of many different mediums and from a multitude of artists circulates in and out of the Broyles arts gallery. During the month of October, the gallery featured the unique work of Tori Tinsley, a local a...

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