La Cara de Papel

IMG_0976While learning some vocab for parts of the body, Lina Maria Rojas’ Spanish II class decided to put a piece of paper with a Spanish word for a part of the face on a fellow Owl’s face. Needless to say, it looks like the first stages of a papier-mâché project. Let’s hope he didn’t get any paper cuts.

Stay hoot-iful, Owlz!

-E. Owlzon

Poor guy.

Poor guy.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the White House….

Several Emerson students and teachers participated in the Day Without Women march. At one point, a group of students started singing and dancing the hokey pokey in front of the White House. Enjoy this video of their awesome moves.

 

Stay hoot-iful, Owls!

-E. Owlson

Emerson Event Updates

It’s been pretty quiet event-wise around Emerson lately (but not music-wise- you can almost always expect someone to be in the music room). However, in the past few weeks students and faculty have participated in many events at and around Emerson Prep, such as a visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture and hosting a performance by world-renowned mandolin player Carlo Aonzo. More events have been scheduled, like a mindfulness workshop to help manage midterm stress. Pictures and more details from each event to come soon! In the meantime, enjoy a photo from last month of some Emerson students in Walking Club happily frolicking in a park on a Physical Friday. And a link to a clip of Carlo Aonzo playing the mandolin.

Stay hoot-iful, owls!

-E. Owlson

Ah, the joys of a swing-set...

Ah, the joys of a swing-set…