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Esha Finds Comfort in Hindu Music

Esha Joshi, Staff Writer November 16, 2023

   On each day of Ganesh Chaturthi, a Hindu festival dedicated to the god Ganesha, my house hums with excitement. There’s the beautiful altar we construct with fresh fruits on silver platters and flowers...

Courtesy: Pinewood Performing Arts

Seussical in the News-ical

Addison Parenti and Rishi Chen November 16, 2023

  Everyone has grown up with the whimsical wordplay of Doctor Seuss. His work transcends time with a nostalgic and jubilant appeal that attracts all. Now, his readers can expect to be entertained as...

Winter Festival Is The Best Of All

Didem Becer, Staff Writer November 16, 2023

   Pinewood students are preparing to showcase their months of hard work and dedication through displays of dance and music at the annual Pinewood Winter Arts Festival on Thursday, Nov. 30. Featuring...

Courtesy of Skylar Chui

Take Note Releases Fifth EP

Michael Shtrom, Arts & Culture Editor October 31, 2023

   On Sept. 19, Pinewood’s a cappella group Take Note released their fifth extended play record. Following the group’s tradition of releasing a new EP each year, “Every Little Thing,” was recorded...

Barbenheimers Renaissance Era

Barbenheimer’s Renaissance Era

Addison Parenti, Arts & Culture Writer October 18, 2023

   This past summer has been a long time coming and resulted in many having the time of their lives. Highlights included attending Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour, Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour, ​​and...

Credit: Pinewood Performing Arts

Fall Play: Argonautika Transports Viewers to Ancient Greece

Esha Joshi and Didem Becer October 18, 2023

  Each year, the arrival of a fall play transforms Pinewood’s small theater into a different setting altogether. This year, one can expect to be transported back to Ancient Greece for the show Argonautika.     The...

The Windmill Cultivates New Artists

The Windmill Cultivates New Artists

Rishi Chen, Arts & Culture Writer October 18, 2023

   From the fertile soils outside an unassuming concert venue called The Windmill, in South London, music history is continuously being made. A rather unremarkably designed structure adorned with vividly...

2023 Seniors College Map

2023 Seniors’ College Map

Skylar Chui, Creative Director May 3, 2023

Featuring Teau Tongi and Emmett Smith

Musical Review: “Something Rotten!” Is Certified Fresh

Michael Shtrom, Copy Editor May 2, 2023

The Pinewood Performing Arts department has done it again. With seemingly endless dedication, the PPA has performed one of the greatest spectacles I have seen in a long time: the Renaissance-era cast of...

Featuring Kate Cornyn, Ashton Riches, Teau Tongi, Emmett Smith, and Nate Martin

Take Note Seniors Reflect on Memories and Music

Katie Maier, Arts & Culture Writer May 2, 2023

Pinewood’s a cappella group, Take Note, consists mainly of seniors like Daniel Blotter, Kate Cornyn,  Adam Fallick, Nate Martin, Emmett Smith,  Ashton Riches, and Teau Tongi. Over the past year, these...

Book Recommendations From the Pinewood English Department

Aretha Liu, Arts & Culture Writer May 2, 2023

Reading is a foundational tool that can be used to expand your knowledge and improve your writing skills. Not sure what book to read? Pinewood’s English department can help you find the next page-turner...

Featuring Hannah Jones

Author Hannah Jones Talks Book “Hero Green” at Pinewood

Addison Parenti, Arts & Culture Writer May 2, 2023

Writing isn’t an easy journey. It takes years, even decades, to learn and perfect the craft. No one knows this better than former Pinewood English teacher Hannah Jones, who is now the author of children’s...

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