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Boston Fashion Week 2017

Vedika Sharma ’20

December 12, 2017

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Boston may be known for its incredible food and world-renowned educational institutes, but it has also become a vibrant fashion hub. One of many ways the fashion industry has started to flourish in this city was the 2017 Bosto...

Literature Outside the Classroom: Students meet Gish Jen

Yoon Kim '18

December 12, 2017

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Gish Jen, the acclaimed author of six published books and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, visited the Concord Public Library on Thursday, October 26, to speak at the Concord Festival of Authors. Standin...

Learning the Culture of France Through Movies

Alex Tesson '19

November 28, 2017

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It is difficult to fully define a culture and its language through one medium; its literature provides only an academic standpoint on a culture, while its music usually doesn’t touch on every aspect of it. Film, however, is...

Warcross By Marie Lu Book Review

Shreya Patel '21

November 28, 2017

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Warcross by Marie Lu, a wonderfully diverse and stunningly written novel, hooks readers instantly. The level of detail in every moment is remarkable and right off the bat I found myself visualizing every scene. The imagery is ...

September Music Recommendations

Owen Elton '19

November 28, 2017

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I am always very excited for Fridays, not only because of the weekend, but because new music is usually released then. Each Friday, I make sure to listen to many of the new releases across different genres. After keeping track of ...

How CA Compares to Movie High Schools

Alex Tesson, Staff writer

September 23, 2017

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High School Musical, The Breakfast Club and Glee have all become staples of American movie and television culture over the past few decades. It is hard to find an American teen who hasn’t watched at least one of these modern classics. These...

Movie Review: Dunkirk

Elle Stetson Dibble, Staff writer

September 23, 2017

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Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk describes the evacuation of British and allied troops from coastal Dunkerque, France, during World War II, from May 26th to June 4th, 1940. German forces had surrounded Dunkirk, leaving thousands of all...

Much Ado About Nothing: An Original Movie Musical

Izzy Charles ’19

June 7, 2017

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Based off of the classic Shakespeare play, Much Ado about Nothing, Concord Academy’s original movie musical spin-off, covers three drastically different decades, explores budding romances, and encompasses different styles of...

Revealing the Creative Processes Behind Director’s Workshop

Helen Wu ’19

June 6, 2017

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Friday, May 12th was the opening night of the Director’s Workshop Festival, which are student-directed theatre productions. This year, the Concord Academy community was graced with the intensely moving relationship of two brothers, t...

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