Coffeehouse celebrates art and music

The warm glow from garlands of glass globe lights and the scent of hot chocolate welcomed attendees to the first-ever Nueva Coffeehouse in the WRC on Friday, Nov. 30. An intimate audience of 30–40 students and faculty members settled into couches and armchairs to watch creative performances from members of the upper school community.

What’s Cookin’?

erix Guillory (10) uses cooking—a form of expression and art through sight, smell, and taste—to discover more about his multiracial heritage. Growing up in an Asian and African-American household, Guillory...

Cliché or Replay?

ou’ve probably heard or seen around the internet the names of Flynn, Peter Kavinsky, or Noah Centineo this summer, and if you haven’t, you clearly didn’t spend much time online over your break. (Good for...

Parade Musical

he voices of the crowd blend into a cacophony of sound as the actors backstage eagerly converse with excitement and apprehension, secretly praying that the audience will enjoy the performance. As the...

Nueva Soundwaves

A four-part harmony rendition of Billy Joel’s “The Longest Time” emanates from room 175C during the otherwise boisterous lunch period. Every Tuesday at lunch and Thursday during tutorial, singers and beat boxers congregate in Nueva Upper School’s music room for a...

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