Arts

She’s got the beat: A look into senior Nikita Jindal’s percussion achievements
She walks on the stage, hands clutching drumsticks and mallets. In front of her lie five different instruments – a
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The story behind the words: The powerful message of spoken word poetry
Every month, Jade Currington ’19 opens the double doors to the Mokah Café, where she goes to DaVerse Lounge meetings
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Band welcomes new percussion director
As a curious boy, Dr. Michael Ptacin ventured into his Middle School’s band room. Intrigued, he picked up a snare
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The thumbprints of Greenhill
In a time in life of great stress and change, examining one’s thumbprint is often last on one’s mind. However,
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AVPer turned professional cinematographer
Director, editor, producer, writer, and cinematographer are just some of the numerous roles Greenhill alumnus Alan Michnoff ‘09 has played
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Where art meets media
The Greenhill Fine Arts Department offers a multitude of courses to students interested in improving their artistic skills. While many
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“Five Trains of Thought and a…” published poet
You will rarely find freshman Caroline Sasso without a notebook of some sort on hand.  Already a published author, Caroline
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Cabaret: A Review
I arrive at the Marshall Performing Arts Center (MPAC) right before show time and begin to get comfortable in the
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Greenhill alumna starts Latina-based makeup line
Self-identified “makeup junkie” and Greenhill alumna Regina Merson ’99 has always struggled with finding a makeup brand she could relate
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6th Annual Greenhill Charity Fashion Show to take place Saturday, January 28
The sixth annual Greenhill Charity Fashion Show will take place this year on Saturday, January 28 at Cristi’s Banquet Hall
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Greenhill students and faculty participate in Junior Players’ production of “Rent”
From January 5-8, senior Jonah Goldberg and freshman Timothy Owens took part in the Junior Players’ (a Dallas children’s theater)
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Greenhill makes substance changes to the “Latke Song”
This year, Greenhill will be making substance changes the Latke Song, a long-time tradition performed at the annual Winter Holiday
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Tartuffe: A Review
I entered the Studio Theater curious about the play I was just about to see. I had never heard of
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Greenhill hosts joint school orchestra concert
  On Monday, October 24, the Ursuline/Jesuit/Cistercian String Orchestra performed in Rose Hall along with the Greenhill Chamber Orchestra and Dance
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Q&A with Author Robert Wilder
On September 30th, Robert Wilder, author of the novel Nickel, visited Greenhill and led creative writing workshops, as well as a
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Bollywood Dance Troupe performs for first time
  On Tuesday, May 17 the Greenhill Bollywood Dance Troupe performed for the first time at a Middle School assembly.
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Introducing the Newest Addition to The Hive: greenVOGUE
By Taylor Miller Hello to all of you out there and welcome to the World of Fashion! Here at Greenhill
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