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The student voice of Berkeley Preparatory School

The Fanfare

The student voice of Berkeley Preparatory School

The Fanfare

Emma Reilly

Emma Reilly, Co-Editor in Chief

Emma Reilly is a senior who began Berkeley as a 9th grader. She’s a Co-Editor in Chief on The Fanfare who also enjoys being a part of Berkeley’s ATE, Writing Center, Phoenix Literary Magazine, and Diversity Club . Along with a passion for writing and journalism, Emma also loves music as she’s been playing piano for ten years. Some of her favorite bands include Vampire Weekend, Big Star, and the Velvet Underground. In her free time, she’s either listening to music, reading, or watching old, campy movies.

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ROUGH TIMES: Despite being incredibly talented at Chess, the stress that results from it leads Beth to abuse sedatives and alcohol, displaying a very realistic portrayal of addition. (Photo by Phil Bray/Netflix, no changes made)

‘The Queen’s Gambit’ Review

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
February 9, 2021

Meet Tiffany Landau!

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
February 9, 2021

Katie Fletcher ’21

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
November 11, 2020

Andre Partykevich Interview

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
November 11, 2020

Mr. Brandt, Co-Honor Council sponsor

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
November 9, 2020
AN ADDITION TO THE ARTS: New choir teacher, Helen Westerfield, sits down with the Fanfare to discuss her excitement about Berkeley and her plans for this year.

Meet Helen Westerfield!

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
October 17, 2020
AN ENDEARING ENSEMBLE: Despite being the first film in which any of these actresses worked with each other, Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh and Eliza Scanlen (from left) were able to portray a sisterly bond that was both realistic and spirited.

‘Little Women’ Review

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
February 11, 2020
AWARD WINNER: Parasite has broken records with its wins at the Cannes Film Festival, being the first Korean film to win the Palme d’Or. Bong Joon-Ho with Kang-Ho Song poses during the Award Winners photocall at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France on May 25, 2019.
Photo by Denis Makarenko.

‘Parasite’ Review

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
December 2, 2019
DELIGHTFUL DINING: Berkeley students dined in the stunning Kapok Dining Room adorned with flowers, statues, chandeliers, and columns.

Gallery: Prom 2019

Emma Reilly, Section Editor
May 17, 2019
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