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Review: 'Born This Way' Marks Gaga As Genuine Artist

Review: 'Born This Way' Marks Gaga As Genuine Artist

May 27, 2011

Lady Gaga’s second full-length studio album, “Born This Way,” dropped on May 23, and in the words of blogger Perez Hilton, “It’s the record that is going to break all the records in music history.” Sure enough, “Born This Way” reached No. 1 on the iTunes Top Album Chart in America l...

October 29, 2010 | Pep Rally

October 29, 2010 | Pep Rally

October 29, 2010

2:15 a.m. Pep Rally co-host Zach Slater '11 joined the Girls Swimming and Diving Team on the field,  singing Lady Gaga's "Telephone" and waving a caution tape streamer while the team danced along. This event kicks off the homecoming festivities, culminating in a football game at home against Fairfield...

The MTV Video Music Awards 2010: Lady Gaga…and that’s pretty much it.

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September 14, 2010

On Sept. 12, the annual MTV Video Music Awards were held at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, Calif. The award show celebrated the best music videos released since the end of summer of 2009 and was hosted by stand-up comedian and television personality Chelsea Handler. Lady Gaga: The Diva of t...

Zach Slater’s Library Performance

June 13, 2010

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfkeE722y-o[/youtube] On Jun. 11 Zach Slater '11 got students excited for summer during the first lunch wave. Slater put a spin on Katy Perry's newest hit "California Gurls" and sung "Staples Swimming Gurls." He also performed Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance."

June 11, 2010 | Gaga Ooh La La

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June 11, 2010

11:15 a.m Zach Slater '11 performed a medley of Katy Perry and Lady Gaga songs in the Library Media Center. His high spirit got the crowd dancing and allowed the students to enjoy the last official week of school....

The New Canon of Christmas Carols

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December 15, 2009

Petey Menz '11 News Editor Though the history of Christmas hymns dates back to Rome, it was not until the thirteenth century that Christmas carols, partially driven by St. Francis of Assisi, became popular. St. Francis would not have been familiar with the concept of a Christmas tree, as it did no...

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