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Bennett Gallery Hosts First Solo Show with Josh Vorbrich’s Clothing Line

Pictured above are designer items from Vorbrich’s solo show. Pieces ranged in style from clothing items to paintings and drawings. The open space in the gallery helps draw attention to each unique piece.

Jack Prince, Managing Editor

February 7, 2020

January's Bennet Gallery Exhibit featured work, unlike any other exhibit, has before. Josh Vorbrich '20's exhibit was the first solo show created by a student. The exhibit is based on Vorbrich's clothing line, Les Yeux. Les Yeux, when translated into English, means "The Eyes." Adhering to its name,...

Getting Behind the Scenes of the Gallery

The Martha Bennett Gallery Team together in the Gallery. Not pictured: Azalea Hallin-Graber '19

Zoe Wellik, Staff Writer

September 30, 2018

Grade lounges and other seating areas are filled daily with the same routine of friends in the moments before class in the morning. However, between the original Northrop building and the science wing is a beacon of the four Upper School grades as a collective: the Martha Bennett Gallery. This school...

Ben Lee ’19 ends year as National Student Poet representative, starts new chapter

Ben Lee '19 ends year as National Student Poet representative, starts new chapter

Maya Chadda, Editor-in-Chief | Opinions Editor

September 9, 2018

On August 30, Ben Lee '19, the 2017 National Student Poet representative for the Midwest region, traveled to Washington D.C to welcome the incoming National Student Poets for 2018 at the National Library of Congress. The National Student Poets Program receives over 20,500 works and from the initial subm...

“Back to School” Gallery Installation Opens

William Lyman, Features Editor

September 9, 2018

Returning to the Martha Bennett Gallery is the “Back to School” exhibition, curated by Sara Gregor ‘19 and Azalea Hallin-Graber ‘19. The installation features all forms of art created and submitted by students during the summer season, a diverse collection of personal expression. The exhibit...

Cheryl Minde ’20 prevails at Poetry Out Loud

Cheryl Minde '20 prevails at Poetry Out Loud

Maya Chadda, Co-Editor-In-Chief

March 13, 2018

With an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, DC, and $200 in hand Cheryl Minde ‘20 left the Minnesota’s state competition for Poetry Out Loud held at The Loft Literary Center Open Book. Minde competed and prevailed amongst five other young poets in the semifinals. Her success in the semifinals a...

Recording Shapiro’s career

Sam Shapiro

Eva Berezovsky, Managing Editor

March 5, 2018

“I’ve never taken lessons or classes or anything, so it’s just me looking at YouTube videos, figuring stuff out, learning music theory for myself, and making that stuff come to life,” says Sam Shapiro ‘18. Shapiro has been making beats, mixing, and mastering since his seventh-grade self decided to ...

Feminist Art

Feminist Art

Elizabeth Opp, Opinions Editor

May 26, 2017

Maya Chadda '19 had ten of her pieces of artwork published in the blog "Girls Right the World" on April 25, 2017. Chadda was put in touch with the publisher of the blog through the sophomore dean, Anne Rubin. Her pieces seek to promote feminism by viewing past expectations of women through the l...

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