by Salvatore Viviano ’19 It would be ignorant if I were to write this article with the assumption that the Metropolitan Museum of Art, or “the Met”, was a completely unknown public work. However, it often has to compete for New Yorkers’ attention with other great New York museums, such as
RKim’17 Entrancing viewers with both sensual and visual wonder, Pipilotti Rist introduces her “curiosity of physical and psychological experiences” through her new exhibit, “Pixie Forest.” “Pixie Forest,” is spread out within three floors at the New Museum. The first floor consists of videos of random animals, objects, and images which
Kazi Hossain ’20 Mystery and pop meet once again… but in the form of a wig and high octaves? On October 21st, pop sensation Sia released a follow-up to her highly critically acclaimed album, This Is Acting. The original album, which soared through the Billboard charts, earned her major success, as
Amelia Seepersaud ’20 On July 31, 2016, J. K. Rowling, author of the well-known Harry Potter series, released the eighth book to the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, written alongside John Tiffany and Jack Thorne. The book is written in the form of a script, because
Miles Palminteri La La Land Arrival Passengers Moana 1.La La Land The always lovely academy award nominees Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling star in this new musical masterpiece directed by Damien Chazelle (Whiplash). They play two characters chasing their dreams in Hollywood and encounter many musical adventures along the way.
Rachel Kim ’17. Every month or so, galleries hold different exhibitions to display the art of many artists. New York City is lucky enough to be home to many of these unique artworks that are usually opened for everyone to see. Also, most of them are free admission! Listed are some galleries
By Xia Headley On Wednesday, May 24th, melodies flowed throughout the Tech auditorium at the annual Spring Choral Concert. After many long months of rehearsals, both in class and after school, the four choirs: Beginners, Mixed, Women and Chamber, under the direction of chorus teacher Ms. Cazanave and student teacher
By Jeremy Tu The Tech 2015-16 concert season concluded on May 26th with the Spring Instrumental Concert. This was a highly anticipated concert, since this was the first instrumental concert since the orchestra’s trip to China in late April. The Intermediate Orchestra, as always, opened the show. All of the
By Joselle Dizon Kiss, When Doves Cry, I Feel for You. Three of the late Prince’s many hits. Praised for his incredible vocal ranges and unique style, the musician’s death on April 21, 2016 brought millions of his fans together to mourn his loss, but also to celebrate his successful career.