Top five pieces from the Freize and the Freize Masters

Staff Writer Izzy Harris

The Frieze Art Fair takes place during the first weekend of October in Regent’s Park each year. Having never been before,  I had my sights set on attending the renowned contemporary and modern art fair, as well as its traditional pre-20th-Century companion exhibition, Frieze Masters, in the hopes of understanding what about Frieze draws the attention of anyone ranging from art analysts to civilians like me. After spending a day at this year’s Frieze and Frieze Masters, I’ve narrowed it down to five pieces from both exhibits that will stay with me long after the temporary tents are removed from Regent’s Park for another year.

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Learning Through the Working Process

Staff Writer Houdah Daniels

In the months leading up to summer, many high school students were finishing up their CVs and searching for jobs. While some students sought opportunities through the ASL supported program, WorkX, which allows students to apply for short-term work experiences, others applied for more typical 9-5 jobs or volunteer work. Continue reading “Learning Through the Working Process”

Split Conscience Poll: Brexit

Split conscience is a reoccurring page where Opinions Editor Jonathan Philips writes two sides to an issue, an issue that the editor themselves is undecided about. Students are urged to vote below on which side of the issues they stand on. 


Guest writer English Teacher Mark Mazzenga on the necessity of the Alternatives changes

Guest Writer English Teacher Mark Mazzenga

Surfing on a beach in Morocco…for school? Sounds like a sweet field trip if not an enviable life story (even if many of those surfers returned to London with a gnarly case of food poisoning). When discussing the ASL Alternatives program, it’s never been a question of if ASL can provide amazing experiences for its student population. The question, rather, is “Why?”

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Review of Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up

Editor-in-Chief Ananya Prakash

Before I begin my review of Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up, an exhibition on Frida Kahlo’s life and art, I feel it necessary to provide some context. To be completely candid, I probably am the least qualified person to give this review. Although I find myself frequently visiting art exhibitions and installations around London, I am quite possibly as far from an art critic as one can get. However, what I lack in skill or professional analysis, I will try to make up with passion and honesty. This layman review may be just what you are looking for: devoid of allusions and extended metaphors when referencing the color red.

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