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Silent Sky

On October 13, the drama crew kicked off the start to the poignant and aspiring drama “Silent Sky.” The majority of the school admired their outstanding performance and appreciated the talent the thespians portrayed. “Silent Sky” circles around Henrietta Leavitt who was an astronomer surpassing standards as well as her fellow scientists from the Harvard Observatory. This play was set in 1910 with attire accustomed to this time period. The cast accurately portrays elements of drama as well as science and romance that make up the central idea of the play. They also conveyed a powerful message throughout the play which is that the possibilities in the universe are endless, and emphasizes how women play a crucial role in society and gender equality is required to maintain an adequate status for everyone in the world. “Silent Sky” was a prominent play to start off the drama season and highlights how remarkable the cast is, and the potential they hold for future shows.

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Leila Amirkhosravi
Leila Amirkhosravi, Staff Reporter
Leila Amirkhosravi is a sophomore and this is her first year in newspaper. She is part of the cross country team as well as the debate community. Amirkhosravi loves to read, bake, cook and run. She is excited to improve her articles and develop her knowledge on writing as well as sharing her perspective with other people. She wants to pursue a career in psychology.
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Nairie De Gregory, Section Editor
Nairie De Gregory is a junior going into her second year on newspaper and is thrilled to be a member of the staff. De Gregory is a part of the choir as a member of the acapella group, ForteFy, and as the student conductor for Spectrum, the top choir. She is also the theatre department underclassman representative, and a player for the girls varsity soccer team. In her spare time, De Gregory can be found watching soccer or reading a good book. She hopes to bring a fresh perspective on ongoing world events to the publication.
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