The Paw Print

Lew Dutrow’s Final Bow

Lew Dutrow’s Final Bow

Hannah Van Osdel, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under Arts

After 38 years at Wilde Lake, band director  Mr. Dutrow is retiring. Mr. Dutrow has educated young musicians for decades and has left a positive and lasting impact on the Wilde Lake community. Mr. Dutrow was born  in Frederick, Maryland. Growing up, he lived with his sister, Rueyann, and parents, Norman and Margaret. From ...

Students and Alzheimer’s Residents Use Art to Close the Gap Between Generations

Students and Alzheimer’s Residents Use Art to Close the Gap Between Generations

Sophia Hilger, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018


Filed under Arts, Features, Showcase

“We never color in the lines,” said Maya English, president of Art Honors Society, of her experience at Vantage House, where the Wilde Lake Art Honors Society pairs students and Alzheimer’s residents in a program called “Opening Minds Through Art.” The program focuses on the process of creati...

Band Conductor Mr. Dutrow Wins Outstanding Music Educator Award

Band Conductor Mr. Dutrow Wins Outstanding Music Educator Award

Luka Trikha, Writer

May 8, 2017


Filed under Arts, Features

Coming back from Myrtle Beach, holding multiple awards from the Legends In Concert Championship, the student on the buses erupted into cheers when they pulled up to see a sign stating Mr. Dutrow had been awarded the Outstanding Music Educator Award by the Maryland Music Educators Association. Mr. Dutrow has been ...

Ariti Dorsey Uses Poetry To Express Herself

Ariti Dorsey Uses Poetry To Express Herself

Takyla Brown

March 29, 2017


Filed under Arts, Features, Showcase

Five year old Ariti Dorsey sits in the cozy living room of her home with her mother, as the voice of Maya Angelou’s poetry fills the air from the CD player. Years later, Maya Angelou's words and strength still echo within Ariti, encouraging her to write her own poetry. Now, as a senior, Ariti ha...

An Inside Look at Seussical the Musical

An Inside Look at Seussical the Musical

Rachel Eisenhauer, Arts and Sports Editor

March 10, 2017


Filed under Arts, Showcase

The scene backstage is almost as interesting as the scene out front. After walking into the makeup room, you’re immediately surrounded by actors and makeup artists calling out, “can you hand me a brush?” and “where’s the eyeliner?” while rummaging through drawers and tops of tables. ...

Wilde Lake Talent Show 2017

Rachel Henry, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


Filed under Arts

Kendall Geter Combines Personality and Choreography Through Dance

Kendall Geter Combines Personality and Choreography Through Dance

Rachel Eisenhaur, Arts Editor

January 26, 2017


Filed under Arts

“To have people come up to me and my peers and tell us that it was one of the most beautiful pieces they have ever seen, that it almost brought them to tears, makes me feel like my job was accomplished,” said senior dance captain Kendall Geter about her work on the Senior Dance Company’s piece ...

Winners Announced for Wilde Lake’s Poetry Out Loud Contest

Winners Announced for Wilde Lake’s Poetry Out Loud Contest

Christian Richardson and Takyla Brown

January 5, 2017


Filed under Arts, Features

Wilde Lake has announced the top three winners of the school-wide round for the Poetry Out Loud competition: Alex Berland placed first, Kylie Bitner-Parish placed second, and Isaiah Allen placed third. Berland will go on to regionals in Baltimore in February. Berland is a member and current head of Wild...

Meet the Cast of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Meet the Cast of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Rachel Eisenhauer

October 20, 2016


Filed under Arts, Features, Showcase

            Wilde Lake’s fall musical, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, is playing on November 17, 18, and 19 at 7 pm. Tickets are for sale now at wildelake.seatyourself.biz and are $12 each. For students, tickets can be bought at lunch for $8. Below is a question and answer with the cast....

Male Dancers at Wilde Lake Break Stereotypes Through Creative Expression

Male Dancers at Wilde Lake Break Stereotypes Through Creative Expression

Gabby Christopher

June 13, 2016


Filed under Arts, Features

By: Gabby Christopher and Khalea Conway Walking into Wilde Lake’s dance studio, it’s easy to see the population is primarily female students. In the performing arts, especially dance, masculinity is at stake. Ms. Estabrook, Dance teacher, has taught classes with fluctuating amounts of males,...

Magical Production of The Little Mermaid Delights Audiences

Magical Production of The Little Mermaid Delights Audiences

Rachel Eisenhauer

June 13, 2016


Filed under Arts

The Wilde Lake theatre department performed a magical production of The Little Mermaid which brought delight and wonder to everyone who watched the performance. Junior Taylor Thomas played Ariel, while sophomore Romeil Johnson was Eric. They are both talented actors and singers, who brought the characters’ ...

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School
Arts