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‘MORE CHOICES’ IN THE ACT: STUDENTS REACT TO RECENT CHANGES
ESE COORDINATOR’S PASSION FOR TEACHING STEMS FROM CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES

ESE COORDINATOR’S PASSION FOR TEACHING STEMS FROM CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES

November 8, 2019

10/21-10/27 NEWS BRIEF

10/21-10/27 NEWS BRIEF

October 30, 2019

BEHIND THE SCENES OF THE HARVEST

BEHIND THE SCENES OF THE HARVEST

October 16, 2019

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THE BENEFITS OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
IMPACT OF AI

IMPACT OF AI

November 8, 2019

WHEN RECYCLING DOESN’T WORK

WHEN RECYCLING DOESN’T WORK

October 18, 2019

THE CASE AGAINST VAM SCORES

THE CASE AGAINST VAM SCORES

October 17, 2019

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DIGITAL MEDIA SOPHOMORE BLENDS FASHION WITH PHOTOGRAPHY

Katie Davis, Arts Writer
November 15, 2019

Of his 16 pieces, digital media sophomore Kadmiel Rivera-Gomez’s latest creation is a long, burgundy dress with a tight neckline and flowing train. Designing this dress involved driving to Miami to buy his favorite fabrics, designing the item, and conducting his own photo shoots. His main focus has been working to create art that people can see themselves in. This passion developed after watching...

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DREYFOOS AND BAK JAZZ BANDS PLAY OUT MEYER HALL

Anamaria Navarrete and Dorian VanCoppenolle
November 13, 2019

Meyer Hall was filled with the harmony of saxophones, trumpets, and trombones, accompanied by bass, drums, piano, guitar, and even Bak Middle School of the Arts musicians in multiple jazz pieces. On Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m., Jazz performed at its second jazz concert of the year.    “Being a part of the jazz concert is a way to express myself with other people around me and create something,” band...

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“THE WINTER’S TALE” COMES TO MINI-FEST

Emma Garrett, Arts Editor
November 4, 2019

Room 7-110 may as well be the interior of a grand palace hall as theatre junior Jason Roblero directs fellow theatre juniors Nathan Gomes, Seth Greenberg, and Alexa Rubenstein in an excerpt of Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale.” “‘I am none, by this good light,’” Gomes says to Roblero, who is standing in for Greenberg’s prideful King Leontes. (In contemporary words: “I am not...

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SEVEN QUESTIONS WITH STEFFAN GAWLIKOWSKI

Jules Popiel, Sports Editor
November 8, 2019

Class of ‘15 alumnus Steffan Gawlikowski achieved his dream of playing soccer for a U.S. national team. Having made memories and honed in on his skills during high school, he had recently returned to Dreyfoos to be an assistant coach for the boys soccer team. In an interview with The Muse, Gawlikowski discussed his soccer experience.  Steffan Gawlikowski Q: What team do you currently play...

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KICKING OFF THE SEASON WITH GIRLS SOCCER JAMBOREE

Sam Cohen and Jules Popiel
November 5, 2019

The girls soccer team competed against FAU High School and Santaluces High School in two separate 20-minute games as a part of Olympic Heights High School’s ninth annual soccer showcase on Nov. 4. The Jaguars walked off the field last night after tying with both their opponents 0-0.  Coach and media center specialist Sarah Garcia helped team members prepare for the pre-season tournament during...

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STUDENTS SHARE PASSION FOR SOCCER WITH SPECIAL NEEDS PLAYERS AT TOPSOCCER

Sam Cohen, Sports Writer
November 4, 2019

Players in bright blue jerseys dashed across the field as buddies, student volunteers, chased after them with the ball. TOPSoccer provides special needs children with opportunities to stay active, develop soccer skills, and build friendships. Coaches help run the program, while buddies assist with the players.  “TOPSoccer makes my week,” communications freshman Cameron Wilson said. “Everyone...

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TEACHERS GO ON LEAVE TO START A FAMILY

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
November 9, 2019

Leaning back in her desk chair with her hands rested on her stomach, science teacher Diana Hertel jokes about her recent experiences going through pregnancy. She laughs about her sudden shift to a “5-year-old’s diet” of pizza and pasta, and she’s far from alone in her pregnancy journey. “Baby on Board” signs won’t be an uncommon sight in the faculty parking lot, with multiple staff...

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A LEGACY TO LEAVE BEHIND

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
November 3, 2019

For 19 years, students have seen him pass winks and encouraging nods on their trips to class. For 19 years, they’ve seen him relentlessly represent his favorite football team, the Philadelphia Eagles, and roam the school with his walkie-talkie. For 19 years, Assistant Principal George Miller has been bridging the gap between administration and the student body. Mr. Miller will be retiring September...

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RETURNING TO THE HALLS: DREYFOOS ALUMNI

Jade Lichtenstein, Culture Staffer
November 2, 2019

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