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

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  • February 21BSU Spirit Week Activities on Feb 23rd at 11:19 a.m.
  • February 21Donatello Lecture on February 23rd at 10 a.m.
  • February 21BSU Spirit Week Activities on Feb 22nd 11:19 a.m.
  • February 21Coffee Talk: Curriculum and Course Registration on Feb 21st 11:19 a.m.
  • February 21BSU Spirit Week Activities on Feb 21st 11:19 a.m.
  • February 21FSA Algebra 1 Retake on February 21st at the Media Center
  • February 21BSU Spirit Week Activities on February 20 at 11:19 a.m.
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

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A Look Into American Journalism’s Past
Notable developments in journalism through the 19th and 20th centuries
Genesis Arrieta and Sienna Rose Sossi February 20, 2024
Approaching its completion, the apartment building being constructed by Moss & Associates rises over the Harriet Himmel Theater in The Square.
Reshaping the Square
Renovations in downtown West Palm Beach transform recreational space into commerce-focused areas
Graeme Melcher, Writer • February 5, 2024
A posed long exposure photo of a subject inside a Building 1 hallway. According to a casual survey conducted by The Muse, 61.5% of students surveyed said they feel a little to very/fairly lonely.
The ‘Fight’ to Form Connections
Loneliness is now recognized as an epidemic by U.S Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, affecting students at a higher rate due to social media and school pressures
Karmiah Smith, Coverage Staffer • February 5, 2024
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Arts after Dark
Arts after Dark
After the final school bells ring, artists continue their crafts at home
Gavin Murray, Writer • February 5, 2024
Visual senior Maia Derrevere displays her artwork for the annual Portfolio Day. The event occurred during periods five and seven on Jan. 17.
Curating Their Futures
The annual portfolio day gives students the opportunity to meet college representatives
Gabriele Pettener, Writer • January 30, 2024
Vocal seniors Brian Trompeter, Brianna Tejada, Angelina Castillo, and Aileen Pereda perform “Frosty the Snowman” at the 2023 Winter Arts Medley (WAM).
Celebration of Collaboration
The Winter Arts Medley (WAM) allows every art area to be showcased in one performance
Gavin Murray, Writer • December 11, 2023
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Behind the Camera: Film Associations Upcoming Projects
Behind the Camera: Film Association's Upcoming Projects
Brooke Yang, Multimedia Staffer • November 6, 2023
Welcoming Mrs. Richardson
Welcoming Mrs. Richardson
Brooke Yang, Multimedia Staffer • September 26, 2023
Mr. Clark points to his great-great-grandmother’s whistle that she used when she was a P.E. teacher and his great great, great grandmother’s notebook that she taught out of. “I think that (the whistle and notebook) is something that’s really special that my parents actually gifted to me when I took this job.”
Welcoming the Welcomer
Dieunise Pacius, Multimedia Staffer • March 14, 2023
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Dressed as former U.S President Barack Obama, communications senior Josiah Manners delivers the same inaugural address as Obama did in 2009. BSU chose Josiah to play the role, which was important to  him. “I was asked to do it, and it was a huge honor and responsibility. We don’t take things lightly. I definitely don’t,” Manners said.
Inauguration for ‘Inspiration’
BSU hosts an event to honor former President Barack Obama
Sienna Rose Sossi, Writer • February 20, 2024
The Art of Romance
The Art of Romance
Students share their views on dating culture at an arts school
Sienna Rose Sossi, Coverage Staffer • January 30, 2024
Theatre junior Kirra Bevilacqua and digital media junior Elysa Escobar help kids build model gingerbread houses, do arts and crafts, and other activities at the Jefferson Jubilee. Members from Arts Club signed up to buy and distribute gifts for kids in addition to helping during the annual event to hosted for underprivileged kids from all over palm beach county
The Holiday Spirit of Jefferson Jubilee
How students help give young kids a holiday experience
Sienna Rose Sossi, Writer • January 5, 2024
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Band junior Maria Lopez immigrated from Cuba to the United States Jan. 2023.
Rompiendo la Barrera (Breaking the Barrier)
Maria Lopez Morey expresses her gratitude for the support she has received as she embarks on her journey as a Cuban immigrant at a predominantly English-speaking high school.
Rayven Richards, Social Media Editor • February 12, 2024
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Communications junior Lily Kaminski poses in her uniform on Freshman Hill. Kaminski has earned 53 merit badges along with the rank of “Eagle Scout, the highest possible rank in Scouts BSA.
Scout’s Honor
Girls in Boy Scouts share their experiences
Vivian Jiang and Brooke Yang January 31, 2024
Read Story
The mission of telling uplifting stories becomes particularly important during the holidays — a time of glee and wonder, but also difficulty and sorrow for some. (Dreamstime/TNS)
The Ultimate Gift Guide for 2024
Students share their gift ideas based on their art area
Katherine Yang, Public Relations Staffer • January 27, 2024
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[BRIEF] Fire Alarm Interrupts Class
[BRIEF] Fire Alarm Interrupts Class
Gavin Murray and Graeme Melcher February 7, 2024
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An aerial view of the Harvard Campus featuring Eliot House Clock Tower along Charles River, in Cambridge, Boston, Massachusetts. (Joe Sohm/Dreamstime/TNS)
Accept the Outcome
As college admissions decisions release, treat other students with respect and empathy
Yemaya Gaspard, Production Managing Editor • January 17, 2024
“Snow Lands On Top”
“Snow Lands On Top”
Lila Goldin, Copy Staffer • December 4, 2023
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Will Kemp and Lacey Chabert in Christmas Waltz
Photo courtesy of Hallmark Channel
Hallmark Movies Worth Watching
A review for those looking to watch a romantic holiday film this December
Genesis Arrieta, Writer • December 28, 2023
Red Dresses, Blue Jeans, and More
Red Dresses, Blue Jeans, and More
Ruhaan Sood, Photo Staffer • November 14, 2023
Offbeat Obsessions
Offbeat Obsessions
Vivian Jiang, Writer • November 10, 2023
An audience member sits on another patron’s shoulders watching Jack Johnsen perform his song “Banana Pancakes” at the 2023 Sunfest Music Festival. Johnsen performed on May 6, the second day of the event.
Song to Soul
Gabriele Pettener, Writer • September 24, 2023
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Watching the boys soccer team prep, French Teacher Mr. Ruth prepares the team for their upcoming games.
The Faces Behind The Teams
Faculty discuss their experiences as coaches
Genesis Arrieta, Coverage Staffer • February 5, 2024
[BRIEF] Boys Basketball Wins Close Game
[BRIEF] Boys Basketball Wins Close Game
Charlotte Handel, Public Relations Editor • December 14, 2023
Strings sophomore Gavin Chandler leaps up in the air to pull off a jump shot, practicing for upcoming lacrosse tryouts at Palm Beach Atlantic High School.
Game-changer
Charlotte Handel, Public Relations Editor • November 10, 2023
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