Tag: Arts

Introducing Non-Binary Artists in the Music Industry

Story by: Imani Smith
Image Courtesy of: Google

As pop culture continues to change and expand, many minorities are still struggling to break through into mainstream media. How commonly is there a non-binary person in a show or movie? Gender non-conforming, along with transgender people, have been fighting for their rights for decades. Even though progress has been made to represent LGBTQ+ Americans, there is still a long way to go within the entertainment and music industries. Although, non-binary artists such as Evann McIntosh, Dreamer Isioma, and Ashnikko, are figures who can effectively bring light to their community.

Can the Arts Survive in an Overly Critical World?

Deconstruction is rewarded in the world of Twitter and TikTok, where armchair critics have risen to the top. One of the questions creators have been asking recently is if this is good for the arts- does this help or harm creators in this new age of the Internet?

Story by: Simi Adeniyi
Photo courtesy of: https://www.cnet.com/

Fish Out of Water: Social Butterfly Goes Lone Wolf

Anyone who has ever talked to me can tell that I am very social and typically do not go out by myself. However, I decided that I would try and change that since I will be on my own in college starting this fall.

Atholton Dancers Shine at Dance Concert

Winter dance concert celebrates students and honors members of the Atholton community affected by cancer.

AHS Drama Kills Monsters and Expectations

Jaylynn Floyd Staff Reporter November 22, 2019      Gather your playing dice, boards, cloaks, and imagination, because an action-packed play about the famous game Dungeons and Dragons is coming to an auditorium near you. […]

AHS Theatre Gets Into Character

AHS Drama Department’s cast and Costumes, Hair, and Makeup crew came together with Mr. Roger Riggle to create makeup looks for each character in their upcoming fall play, She Kills Monsters.

Dance Company takes Florida

Sarah Propst Staff Reporter April 23 2019 Dance and Harry Potter don’t sound like two things that go together, do they? This wasn’t the case for the Atholton Dance Company when a group of 50 […]

Winter Band Camp Hits All The High Notes

Atholton’s Wind Ensemble and Symphonic band hosted their annual Winter Band Camp, led by their band teacher, Mr. Eric Posner, on February 22nd and 23rd at Atholton to learn new techniques from guest instructors and musicians.

Same People, New Faces

The hilarity and community of AHI Tuna, Atholton’s improv club.

Sophomores See Macbeth

Atholton students went on a field trip to see Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s Macbeth.