WandaVision has burst onto the entertainment scene as a brilliant, mind twisting television series that has defied the expectations of typical superhero media.

Review: WandaVision is a must-watch

Carol Queiroz, Advertising Manager and Copy Editor March 12, 2021

WandaVision has burst onto the entertainment scene as a brilliant, mind twisting television series that has defied the expectations of typical superhero media. It is a beautiful blend of science fiction,...

Masters sophomore Stella Simonds sits in the library reading. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the book industry went through many ups and downs, but ultimately found success in 2020.

Book industry finds success through the ups and downs of 2020

Maya Phillips, Contributing Writer February 11, 2021

The COVID-19 outbreak last March quickly bound millions of Americans to their homes, with nowhere to go and lots of time. Many found this to be the perfect opportunity to finally read the books they never...

Dobbs 16 perseveres through restrictions

Logan Schiciano, TBN Producer January 2, 2021

This package was originally published in Tower Broadcast News #3, which aired on December 17, 2020. 

OUTSPOKEN'S ANNUAL WINTER SHOWCASE took place in the Experimental Theater on Jan. 10 and featured the spoken word poetry of 12 upper school students, including  Zia Foxhall '20. In addition to their showcase, the group hosts several

Outspoken captures student narratives

Yasmine Pascal, Features Editor February 25, 2020

From Katharine Duval’s theme of living in the moment to Carolyn Hohl’s creation of a new holiday for the homewreckers and the binge drinkers to Zia Foxhall’s poem about her fleeting childhood, the...

Senior Owen Pietsch (middle) sings

Salty Dogs musicals revived with “The Salting Dead”

Carol Queiroz and Annie Rubinson, Contributing Writer and News Lead Editor January 2, 2020

One evening in the winter of 2017, Theodore Horowitz '19 sprinted down the main quad to print fliers for the first ever Salty Dogs musical because he “thought it would be funny.” Last week, he returned...

Agatha Christie lives: Masters murder mystery

Agatha Christie lives: Masters murder mystery

Nora Fellas, Opinion Lead Editor December 18, 2019

Nine murders took place on “Friday the 13th” in the Experimental Theatre during Phoenix Presents Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None.” The 1930s classic whodunnit follows 10 strangers...

The Art of Self-Defense: Minio’s Moves

Sophie Grand and Gabriel Keller, Opinion Editor and Sports Editor December 18, 2019 Music credit:

Dance Company members pose during a hip-hop number. This year's show brought out one of the biggest audiences the Company has ever seen.

Dance Company Fall performance brings audience to its feet

Yasmine Pascal, Features Editor November 22, 2019

Marked by jazz, contemporary, pop and hip hop, with an array of colors and storylines, Dance Company performed their fall show last Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the Claudia Boettcher Theatre. Their...

Mali Black '22 and Emily Van Demark '23 take to the stage as rivals surrounded by the rest of the Dance Company during a dress rehearsal. The performance will showcase nine dances covering an array of different genres.

Dance Company to hold Fall performances this weekend

Yasmine Pascal, Features Editor November 14, 2019

  After months of intense preparation, Masters Dance Company is ready for their upcoming shows this Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.  Dance Company is a performing arts co-curricular that...

Senior Olivia Knowles (left) and Sophomore Ryan Israel (right) rehearse for the Oct. 25 production of Shakespeare's

Shakespeare returns to Masters with “Twelfth Night”

Ethan Schlapp, Staff Writer November 1, 2019

The last time a Shakespeare play was performed at Masters, none of the current Upper School students would've been apart of the cast. For the first time since the 2015 performance of A Midsummer Night’s...

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