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Cannot Attend the Honors in Music Recitals? Stream it Online!

We are thrilled to share with you seven Honors in Music recipients who will be performing repertoire some have been practicing for over a year. These recitals will take place in Memorial Chapel at the times listed below. 131 more words

Instrumental Music

Lucy Weatherby- Student Performer Perspective

Culver weekends can become monotonous…until Lucy Weatherby takes the stage. Lucy is not only involved in Orchestra and private lessons but also jams with her band, making the Culver weekends exciting and something to look forward to. 214 more words

Instrumental Music

Lahari's Mythology Odyssey

To explore alternative ways to craft and share narratives, students wrote their own odyssey and used Google Earth to map the geographic locations they cited. In addition to writing a clear and engaging autobiographical journey students had to connect their narrative to the mythology they had studied. 318 more words

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Reflection of the Fine Arts Student Leaders: 3rd Rotation

Hello! My name is Alexandra Jeffirs and I am the second and third rotation Co Fine Arts Chair. This third rotation, I share this position with Olivia Martinez, a wonderful French Horn player. 299 more words

Student Perspective

Independent Inquiry: Isaac Islas-Cox Investigates Architecture

Isaac Islas-Cox, a high school junior, is well into his Independent Inquiry studies. In March we introduced the Independent Inquiry program through Kari Wadden’s presentation on feminism and design… 1,102 more words

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Professor Expectations of Writing Assignments: A Student Perspective

By Mikal Cardine

Mikal is a senior studying English at George Mason. She previously worked with WAC to create disciplinary writing guides for student use. To reach her, please contact wac@gmu.edu. 1,324 more words

Writing Across The Curriculum

Exploding Dots: Thinking Outside the Box in Math

James Tanton, a mathematician and educator, visited ASIJ on February 26th. During his visit, James taught High School students and teachers his theories on how to perform mathematical processes. 487 more words

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