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EHS Insider: New York Fashion Week

February 16, 2018 3:37am | Eliose McNair '18, Arts Co-Editor

Whether you are an avid follower of fashion or not, you would pretty much have to be living under a rock to not know the significance of New York Fashion Week. These “Fashion Weeks” happen twice a year in the major fashion capitals of the […]

Leaping Into the New Year

January 19, 2018 10:06pm | Bay Cohen, Arts Co-Editor

On Friday, January 12 the Black Box Theater was flooded with students, faculty, and parents alike, all there to see the day dance showcase entitled “You will Be Found.” The showcase was named after and centered around the new Broadway phenomenon “Dear Evan Hansen.” This […]

Artist Spotlight: Noelle Weaver

January 19, 2018 10:04pm | Lucy Callewart, Staff Writer

Noelle Weaver, a junior from Sun Valley, Idaho, has always had a passion for the arts. As a child, she aspired to be an art teacher and share her love of creating with children. She has since moved on from that dream, but her love […]

Hummon For Justice

January 19, 2018 10:00pm | Claire Boehm, Staff Writer

The week of Monday January 8 to Monday January 15 we had the pleasure of welcoming the talented musician and artist Marcus Hummon on to our campus. He arrived at Episcopal with his wife, our theologian in residence and founder of the non-profit organization Thistle […]

A Day in The Big Apple

January 19, 2018 9:58pm | Nora Stanko, Staff Writer

Every weekend, Mrs. Kantz and the activities committee offer a plethora of exciting activities for students to keep themselves busy during the weekends. Twice each year, in the winter and again in the spring, Episcopal offers a day trip to New York City. Students can […]

EHS-Woodberry Rivalry Extends Beyond Field

October 21, 2016 7:02pm | EHS Student

In the spirit of the great rivalry between Episcopal and Woodberry, I decided to pursue the pressing question that many people persistently ask and desperately wonder this time of year, “how does Woodberry’s fine arts compare to that of Episcopal’s?”   First, I sought an […]

Movie Review: Star Wars Rogue One

October 21, 2016 11:00am | Chronicle Arts Staff

Whether you’re a Star Wars fan or not, the main thing to know when going to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is that it differs vastly from the rest of the series, while holding subtle feelings of nostalgia for fans. The aforementioned differences […]

Sing Your Heart Out

October 21, 2016 10:59am | Julia Messenger

On Saturday, February 27, Mark Berry, Jahsaiah Moses, Jozette Moses, Emma Thorp and I loaded onto a bus driven by Mr. Kovach and headed for the Virginia chapter of the 2016 National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) vocal competition held at George Mason University. […]

A Mainstage Revolution

October 21, 2016 10:57am | Lauryn King

From flashlights and darkness, to human traffickers masquerading as cab drivers, to human-eating psychopath butchers, anyone who has been able to sneak a glance of this year’s Fall play through the doors of Pendleton can attest to its originality in comparison to past Mainstage productions. […]

Fall Wardrobe Essentials

October 21, 2016 10:55am | Louis Tambue

The leaves continue to fall from the trees and the temperature continues to drop, it is evident that the season of fall is amongst us. I’m here to provide you all with some essential pieces of clothing to keep in mind as the season progresses… […]