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WATCH HERE: Tabby Mastrangelo shares her experience as a four-year member and the current Co-President of the Elis Theatre Guild: how it has shifted through the pandemic and details from shooting the original fall production “Showday.”

WATCH HERE: Tabby Mastrangelo shares her experience as a four-year member and the current Co-President of the Elis Theatre Guild: how it has shifted through the pandemic and details from shooting the original fall production “Showday.”
January 10, 2021

Frequent Staff Writer for The Hill News Izzy Feldman ’21 conducts an artist spotlight on Hill sixth former and four-year member of The Elis Theatre Guild Tabitha Mastrangelo (Tabby): Tabby provides...

Holiday gift guide

December 15, 2020

The Holiday season is upon us, and the pressure to get the perfect present is slowly mounting. To ease your load, here are a few gift ideas for different types of people.  For your athletic...

90s grunge undergoes a renaissance

90s grunge undergoes a renaissance
December 7, 2020

London-based rising alt-rock star, Bea Kristi, better known by the moniker “Beabadoobee,” is one of many young artists bringing grunge back into the mainstream. Kristi came into popularity after a...

Arts faculty put their talent to use for personal art projects

December 5, 2020

Many in the Hill community can attest to the incredible talent and passion of three beloved art instructors - Senior Master of the Arts, Boyer Gallery Coordinator Ellen Nelson, Chair of the Arts Department,...

The complete laptop guide for every student

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December 5, 2020

As the prevailing coronavirus continues to warn us of the perils of nature, we are forced to stay at home and chat with our friends behind our computer screen. But wait, you don’t have a computer. Don’t...

A guide to spending time with friends during COVID-19

December 5, 2020

Overjoyed at the news in early July, providing us with a plan to return to the Hill School for in-person learning, students also had to prepare for the 2020-2021 school year to look completely different...

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