Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

THE MUSE

Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

THE MUSE

Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401

THE MUSE

[BRIEF] Leveling Up
[BRIEF] Leveling Up
Communications junior Cooper Weisman and piano senior Ashesh Amatya place at the Palm Beach Regional Science Fair
Dylan Dam, Multimedia Staffer • January 18, 2022
[BRIEF] An Attempted Comeback
[BRIEF] An Attempted Comeback
The boys basketball team lost in their away game Jan. 11
Tyler Backus, Public Relations Staffer • January 13, 2022
Quill and Scroll members turn towards the board as communications senior Willow Hackett presents the various event opportunities the honor society will host.
[BRIEF] Student Journalists Unite at Journalism Honor Society Meeting
Quill and Scroll held a general meeting to discuss the importance of student journalism and review membership protocol
Yelaine Aguilar, Website Staffer • December 18, 2021
Visual freshman Rebecca Chen and theatre junior Paula Navarrete paint tomatoes as part of the new Good Thyme Gardening Club mural between buildings 3 and 4. This was the club’s first on-campus mural, so visual senior and Mural Painting Society co-vice president Gyongy “Lili” Szaszvarosi’s hopes that this project sets a “precedent for other clubs to collaborate” and helps to create “a single community (within Dreyfoos).” “Murals really help build a sense of community in physical spaces,” Szaszvarosi said. “When you have a lot of people, especially who are part of the community, working to turn a blank wall into something else, it really does make it feel more personal to the people who exist in that space. In the case of this mural, it’s the students themselves who are painting it and deciding to make the space more visually interesting.”
Murals with a Message
The Mural Painting Society creates first on-campus mural in its pilot year
Caitlin Villacrusis, Photographer • January 14, 2022
Before the curtain closes for the finale, the philharmonic orchestra and entire vocal department end the matinee Prism performance with “When You Believe” from  “The Prince of Egypt.” Conducted by band director Evan Rogovin, this was one of two mass pieces in the show and highlighted the cumulative talent and work of every musician.
Dreyfoos Hall is Alive with the Sound of Music
The annual Prism concert brings the Kravis Center to life through student collaboration and preparation
Bridget Frawley, Coverage Editor • December 2, 2021
Circling the main platform, the cast of “The Bee” performs “Pandemonium,” accompanied by audience volunteers, for the crowd of theatre students during the Nov. 10 preview. This was their first show with an audience and served as a chance to improve any last components before the official show opening.
The Black Box theater in P-A-N-D-E-M-O-N-I-U-M
“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” the newest theatre production, brings the Black Box theater to life
Daisy Li, Writer • November 14, 2021
[INFOGRAPHIC] Into the Metaverse
[INFOGRAPHIC] Into the Metaverse
A breakdown of the future virtual reality
Capri Wayne, Designer • January 13, 2022
Holiday Gift Guide 2021
Holiday Gift Guide 2021
Stuck on what to get for your friends and family this holiday season? Say goodbye to your shopping stress with this specially curated list by The Muse.
Daisy Li, Writer • December 20, 2021
The Daily Dose of Wisdom
The Daily Dose of Wisdom
Visual Dean Lacey Van Reeth gives advice and encouragement to her students through the “Daily Nugget.”
Makena Senzon, Writer • November 19, 2021
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“Crowd of Trump supporters marching on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, ultimately leading to the building being breached and several deaths.” 
“DC Capitol Storming” by TapTheForwardAssist via Wikimedia Commons.
One Year Later
One year ago, rioters stormed the Capitol of the United States, but today, the effects are just as present
Melodie Barrau, Coverage Editor • January 6, 2022
FSA: Gone, But Not Forgotten
FSA: Gone, But Not Forgotten
Juliana DeFilippo, Writer • December 21, 2021
Increases in school violence and concerns about security have prompted the implementation of new safety policies. Now IDs are required on campus to ensure the wellbeing of students.
Photo by Sofia Hennessey-Correa. Photo illustration by Angelyna Rodriguez.
The Cameras are Watching
Makena Senzon, Writer • November 7, 2021
Where Do We Go From Here?
Where Do We Go From Here?
Melodie Barrau, Business Editor • April 30, 2021
Communications senior Adam Goldstick records dance juniors Kailey Worontsoff, Lauren Hopta, Sophia Chambers, and Jacqueline Albanese as they perform the junior class pep-rally dance.
Dead Air
Allison Robbert, Design Editor • April 12, 2021
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“We fought through it”
“We fought through it”
The boys soccer team ties with a score of 3-3 against Cardinal Newman.
Natalie Ryder, Photo Staffer • December 10, 2021
Visual senior Will Dhana walks towards the goal, watching the game in case the opposing team tries to score. Dhana played keeper in the game and was responsible for preventing the Jupiter team from scoring goals. “The hardest thing about playing keeper is the self-inflicted injuries,” Dhana said. “It’s extremely easy to get in and come out in a lot of pain.”
Jags Take on Jupiter: Boys Soccer Photo Recap
Katie Davis, Print Managing Editor • November 21, 2021
After a point by outside hitter and visual senior Julia Gonello, band senior Autumn Wong  and graduate Czhen Beneby celebrate together in a game against Palm Beach Central during the 2020 volleyball season. Photo courtesy of Autumn Wong.
The Final Score
Jenna Lee, Copy Staffer • June 16, 2021
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Photo by Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
The Band of Misfits Take the Road
Garth Jennings’ “Sing 2” buries once loveable characters under the perils of cash grab clichés
Bridget Frawley, Coverage Editor • January 10, 2022
A Classic Retold
A Classic Retold
Jenna Lee, Coverage Editor • December 30, 2021
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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401
Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401