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Wilde Lake seniors Shelby Kline (left) and Shanna Kachuriner (right) performing together at an outdoor cafe on October 31, 2020. (Photo taken by Sarah Rubin)

In An Abnormal Year, Students Find Comfort in the Arts

Zoe MacDiarmid, News Editor May 6, 2021

Seats are empty, instruments have been left to collect dust, stage lights are off.  Distance learning has made it difficult for students to rehearse, perform, and collaborate. In spite of all of this...

The Show Goes On(line): How Theater Has Survived Online Learning

The Show Goes On(line): How Theater Has Survived Online Learning

Zoe MacDiarmid, News Editor April 30, 2021

Theater veteran Skyler Merchant has spent nearly a decade on the stage.  But, she was forced to put down the microphone and wipe off the makeup when COVID shut schools down. After a year of being...

Students gather around the piano to practice for the show.

Do You Hear Howard County Sing When Tomorrow Comes

Sarah Rubin, Managing Editor February 24, 2020

The lights go down, the audience quiets, and the stage is still. The students begin to enter, ready to perform. They have one chance, and after months of practice and preparation, the moment has finally...

Mr. Crouch, Wilde Lake High School choir teacher, directs his chamber choir class.

Thriving Fine Arts Programs Lose Funding

Sydney Lowry , Writer February 3, 2020

This year, the choir department increased in size from 88 students to 130. At the same time, according to Choir Director, Mr. Crouch, its budget was cut by $300.  This represents a trend of school-wide...

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