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April, 2016

  • 28 April

    Artist of the Issue: Nick Rubino ’16

    From the river to the studio to the stage, Nick Rubino has made his mark at Malvern. Senior Nick Rubino is an artist at heart, and Malvern helped him express who he truly is. Nick Rubino is heavily involved in the arts at Malvern. He has taken art all through …

  • 28 April

    National Art Honor Society painting senior stone

    The National Art Honor Society at Malvern hopes to honor the senior class by painting the block where the sidewalk “ends” on campus. The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) had been brainstorming all year about ways to commemorate this special senior class. Now, they have come up with their plan …

  • 27 April

    Alumni discuss art school

    Art school may not be the most conventional path for Malvern alumni, but some decide to continue their arts education in college. For some Malvern students, art is just a required credit in high school. But others seem to spend the majority of their high school hours in the Duffy …

January, 2016

December, 2015

  • 16 December

    Villa, NDA defeat Malvern in Empty Bowls bowl-off

    Over 250 bowls made for January’s Empty Bowls in one day In a bid to help make bowls for Malvern’s Empty Bowls event in January, the ceramics studio in Duffy opened for a bowl-off as Malvern faced off against Villa Maria and Notre Dame on Dec. 12. Around 20 students …

April, 2015

March, 2015

  • 26 March

    Artist of the Issue: Tait McGlinn ‘16

    Tait McGlinn shows his passion for arts at Malvern. We had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Tait McGlinn, a junior at Malvern, and proud ceramicist. He told us about his start in the arts and his plans for the future. How long have you been going to …

January, 2015

  • 29 January

    Empty Bowls is a Success

    On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, student volunteers began working on the evening’s event at noon. But their efforts really began back in April, when the first bowls for Empty Bowls 2015 were created.

November, 2014

October, 2014

September, 2014

  • 23 September

    Artist of the Issue: Mike Shrader ’15

    Get to know one of Malvern’s most talented and creative artists, Mike Shrader. Malvern senior Mike Shrader is one of Malvern’s most gifted and skilled artists. You probably have seen his work posted on the walls of the Duffy Center. Mike is very dedicated to his work and was in …

April, 2014

March, 2014

  • 27 March

    Artist of the Issue: PJ Murphy

    Senior PJ Murphy is a constant in the visual art studios in Duffy.  He is completing his fourth year in Studio Art and this year is also a Graphic Design student.  Here, PJ shares some ideas about the role visual art plays in his Malvern career and in his future …

February, 2014

  • 28 February

    Malvern Defeats Haverford in first annual Bowl-Off

    Two Inter-Ac opponents took to something other than the sports field to compete for a good cause. On Saturday, January 11, Haverford faced off against Malvern in what will hopefully be a tradition to benefit others: a ceramics bowl-off. The event took place in Malvern’s Duffy Center, where seven ceramics …

November, 2013

  • 21 November

    Portfolio Pressure

    Where in the world has Matt Magargee been?  It has something to do with charcoal. Imagine spending six months working on one project, with three of these months occurring in the “work-free” summer. Now add on the time and stress that goes into applying to multiple colleges. Making a portfolio …

  • 20 November

    Ceramic Students Install Interactive Art at Harvard University

    Six students traveled to Boston with over 200 cups made in less than two months On October 26th, a project that had been in the making since the beginning of the school year finally came to fruition. Seniors Drew Freed, Dan McGlinn, Michael Stangis, Brian Tatlow, junior Joe Martin, and …

September, 2013

  • 10 September

    Featured Artist: Drew Freed

    This issue, the artist in the spotlight is Senior Ceramics IV Honors student Drew Freed. Q. What has drawn you to keep working with and taking ceramics even though you have already completed your art requirement? A. I continue working with clay because I’ve learned to love the potential it …

May, 2013

  • 22 May

    2013 Spring Arts Festival: The Last Festival for The Seniors

    Every year Malvern Prep holds two arts festivals in the Duffy Center featuring the work of visual arts students and performances from students enrolled in the arts program. This year the Spring Arts Festival was held on Wednesday April 10th and Thursday April 11th. Everyone from faculty members to students …