Arts

Making a Murderer intrigues, frustrates
Arts

Making a Murderer intrigues, frustrates

Making a Murderer is a 10-hour documentary on Netflix. Although a long documentary may sound boring, this show is the complete opposite; it’s an engaging show that will deeply absorb you. The trick is to stick it out through the first three episodes, after which you will be entirely sucked […]

Scream Queens falls flat 
Arts

Scream Queens falls flat 

Scream Queens is one of the newest additions to Fox’s roster. The show boasts an eclectic cast: everyone from Niecy Nash to Emma Roberts to Jamie Lee Curtis. Scream Queens is marketed to a teenage audience, but the the incessant pop culture mentions and the flashy guest stars, including Nick Jonas and […]

Mockingjay Part 2 brings The Hunger Games to a satisfying close
Arts

Mockingjay Part 2 brings The Hunger Games to a satisfying close

The Hunger Games franchise is coming to a close, and fans will not be disappointed by the final film. Filled with action, romance, and drama, Mockingjay Part 2 is a perfect farewell to this beloved series. The opening scene picks up where the previous film, Mockingjay Part 1, left off, […]

Kandinsky painting brings together campus painters, dancers, and film-maker
Arts

Kandinsky painting brings together campus painters, dancers, and film-maker

Dana Hall’s art scene and dance world have collided in a cross-campus interdisciplinary collaboration, dubbed the Kandinsky Project after the celebrated painter Wassily Kandinsky. In this joint effort, advanced dance students have come together with Studio Art and Exploring Design students, and partnered with a film student, to construct a […]

The chicks in chick flicks
Arts

The chicks in chick flicks

When I was younger and did not know what being a “feminist” meant, I enjoyed movies without something clouding the back of my mind. Don’t get me wrong: I still laugh, cry, and enjoy films which I had previously been naive about, but these films now have another meaning to […]

The Congdon sabbatical program lets teachers grow, learn, explore
Academics / Arts

The Congdon sabbatical program lets teachers grow, learn, explore

If you had one year with no commitments, what would you do? Dana Hall allows teachers to answer that question through a sabbatical program. This program allows two classroom teachers a year to take either half of a year or a full year off from Dana Hall and spend the […]

DH2015-002 English Minature House Album
Arts / Community

Life in miniature comes to the Library

We have all walked through the doors to the library, whether it has been to study, do homework, or catch up on some pleasure reading. How many of us have noticed the big dollhouse in the “Recent Acquisitions” area, or stopped to take a look at all the details? Donated […]

Faculty artists enliven the art gallery
Arts

Faculty artists enliven the art gallery

The Dana Hall Art Gallery is currently hosting the biennial faculty exhibition, which started on October 16. This exhibition, featuring art from Dana Hall Visual Art Department teachers, gives the chance for all the art teachers to continue their studies and work as artists while showcasing their artworks to all […]

A music star says farewell to Dana Hall
Arts / Community

A music star says farewell to Dana Hall

“Leave me alone, Mr. Fraz! I’m not going to play with the Jug Band. Stop trying to remix my songs with Bob Dylan songs. Nobody knows who Bob Dylan is anymore!” Nora Panahi yelled out from the crowd in Waldo. In the middle of the faculty Jug Band morning meeting […]

Does Blake Lively live up to her Gossip Girl fame?
Arts

Does Blake Lively live up to her Gossip Girl fame?

As a Blake Lively fan, I was excited to see Age of Adaline. I thought that I would love the movie as much as I loved Blake Lively’s TV series, Gossip Girl. However, I was disappointed by the movie, because of Blake Lively’s performance, and in the movie overall. I […]