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The Student News Site of The Bishop's School

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The Student News Site of The Bishop's School

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Stranger Things characters, El and Mike skate with bucket hats in a roller rink. Set in the 1980s, ‘80s music, fashion, and other memorabilia make frequent occurrences in the hit Netflix series.

Forever ’80s

Summer Hu, Story Editor
August 20, 2022
Saxophone players Steven Yin (24) (left) and Connor Schneider (22) (right), drummer Giacomo Berti (24), vocalist/pianist Sashi Chuckravanen (25), and mentor and bass player Mr. Robert Anderson played some snappy tunes at The Conrad.

Crescendo at The Conrad

Sydney Chan, Story Editor
May 26, 2022
Bella Myer (‘22), Cami Farrell (‘22), Karina Kadia (‘22), and Sara Hamadeh (‘22) ran into James Charles on the first day of the festival.

Sighted in the Springs

Isadora Blatt, Graphics Editor
May 5, 2022
Hipgnosis has spent billions of dollars buying 64,098 songs which are part of 138 different catalogues.

(The Music) Industry Baby

Lily Gover, Copy Editor
February 25, 2022
[Music is] a place to vent my feelings and... a great way to soothe others, Melodies for Remedies founder, Grace Sun (23) explained. The club has performed online and in-person with volunteers like Joseph Aguilar (22) throughout the pandemic.

Music With a Purpose

Clare Malhotra, Editor-in-Chief
February 25, 2022
Sashi Chuckravanen (‘25), also known as RAVANE, recently released her first iTunes album, Late Nights.

Singer, Songwriter, Sashi

Graham Walker, Staff Writer
February 11, 2022
The future of music at Bishops is uncertain because of the pandemic.

Music Amidst Uncertainty

Crystal Li, Editor-in-Chief
February 4, 2022
ChilledCows Lo-fi Girl

Listening in on Lo-fi

Shirley Xu, Copy Editor
December 19, 2021
Critics and autistic people say Maddie Zeigler’s portrayal of autism in Sia’s new movie, Music, is inaccurate and offensive.

Music to Nobody’s Ears

Kyle Berlage, Graphics Editor-in-Chief
October 16, 2021
Harry Steals Hearts Once More

Harry Steals Hearts Once More

Daniel White, Former Editor-in-Chief
December 19, 2019
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