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The Fanfare

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The student voice of Berkeley Preparatory School

The Fanfare

The student voice of Berkeley Preparatory School

The Fanfare

(2/3) ...I think whats really important, and to realize, is that [the shooting in Parkland] doesnt really affect that many people closely--I mean, in the grander scheme of how many people are in the United States or even the world. But I mean, it does affect a lot of people. Even if it just affects one person, right? Its something. You can be mad at the person who did it. Of course, you should be mad at them. But at the same time, theres other things you can target your anger to.

After Parkland

Isabella Schlact, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 13, 2018

On February 14th, 2018, the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida experienced an unfathomable tragedy: gunman Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people and injured 14, using a semi-automatic...

SETTING THE STAGE: The set staged the scenes perfectly. Large, reinforced doors in the back stood for the strong oppression inflicted by Bernarda. The angled windows on the back walls were made disproportionate as to enhance the essence of wrongness in the house. The large cracks between all the boards captured the influence that the outside world had on their home and the lives of all who resided in it.

Review of The House of Bernarda Alba

Tess Fuller, Staff Writer February 8, 2017

Last semester, Berkeley’s Advanced Theatre Ensemble (ATE) performance of You Can’t Take It With You captivated Berkeley’s audience and left a few, like myself, wondering what else was in store.   This...

A Performance of Firsts

Emma Edmund, Web Editor October 18, 2016

This year, the Advanced Theatre Ensemble decided to try something different — dividing the cast into two, with one half working on the Main Stage Production that begins shows on October 20, and the other...

The arrival scene of the Queen of Hearts undeniably captured the audiences attention.

Traveling to Wonderland: Critic’s Review

Anjali Shah, Staff Writer October 19, 2015

This past weekend, Berkeley’s Advanced Theater Ensemble (ATE) put on the production of Alice v. Wonderland. Chris Marshall, ATE’s new director, described these actors as one of the most talented group...

Mr. Smith makes AP Computer Science come alive, and seniors Lance Esposito (left), Boone Fisher (right), and Robert Baldy (background) are loving their new teacher. Additionally, Mr. Smith worked in the Navy for 11 years, spending much of his time working with the NSA.

New Faculty

Alex Livingstone and Arjun Gandhi October 12, 2015

Even as the first marking period comes to a close, there are so many new faces around campus this year, it can be hard to keep up. Here's a helpful guide!

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