The Epitaph

AP Art attracts students in love with making art since childhood

By Anastassia Dardenne

November 9, 2018


Filed under Anastassia Dardenne, LIFESTYLES

M any AP classes on campus find themselves at the center of student-bred rumors: the infamous Calculus midterms, the dreaded and now "extinct" APUSH outlines. AP Art is no exception. Surrounding the class is a cloud of mystery; it doesn’t help that only eleven seniors know exactly what happens in AP A...

Drama tries out innovative approach to fall play

Drama tries out innovative approach to fall play

By Anastassia Dardenne

October 31, 2018


Filed under Anastassia Dardenne, LIFESTYLES

In the mysterious drama room, unentered by most students, a group of actors chat animatedly. They conversate passionately about the fall play. More specifically, they discuss the innovative twist that drama has decided to try out this year: having the audience choose the ending they wish to see. Se...

Drama tries out innovative approach to fall play

By Anastassia Dardenne

October 20, 2018


Filed under Anastassia Dardenne, LIFESTYLES

I n the mysterious drama room, unentered by most students, a group of actors chat animatedly. They conversate passionately about the fall play. More specifically, they discuss the innovative twist that drama has decided to try out this year: having the audience choose the ending they wish to see....

College sucks life out of seniors

By Anastassia Dardenne

October 7, 2018


Filed under Anastassia Dardenne, LIFESTYLES

S eniors dream about it, think about it, talk about it, cry about it. It is college, and it is quickly approaching. Early Action deadlines aren’t far off, leaving seniors confused, stressed and anxious about the increasingly complex and competitive process of applying to college. Many turn to...