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God of Carnage: Pickette-Directed Play Stuns

With vomit on the Kokoschka, the smell of rum in the air, and tulips strewn across the room, the final image of Yasmine Reza’s God of Carnage is a sight to behold.  The senior-directed play – directed by Owen Pickette – was the last Belmont Hill...

Another Thrilling Poetry Fest at Belmont Hill

On Tuesday, February 26th, the annual Poetry Fest was held in our historic Chapel. Hitting upon on a variety of subjects from bumblebees to war, and from desserts to death, it was well received. One of the great things about poetry is the variety of contexts i...

Playlist of the Issue: March 2018

Seth Israel and Arnav Prasad Seth’s Picks: Get It Straight – Spendtime Palace Spendtime Pa...

Jason and Jacob Sibi-Okuma Perform for BH at Chapel

Belmont Hill students were treated to a long chapel of music and fun on the morning Friday, February...

Inside Music on the Hill

Belmont Hill is mainly known for its scholars, athletes, and artists, but there are many musicians o...

Should Seniors Need to Attend Panel Carving Class?

At first, I was apprehensive. Panel carving class? Whoever heard of such a thing? I had just been gi...

Interview with B-Flats Members Rishi Banerjee ’19 and Vincent Constantini ’18

A few wondrous times a year, the prestigious B-Flats perform several ballads in the Chapel that neve...

God of Carnage Promises to Impress

Watching a benign meeting between two couples devolve into utter chaos is morbidly fascinating; recr...

Overhyped Collab Albums Disappoint in 2017

Massimo Aufiero and Ugo Anuonyemere If nothing else, 2017 was an exciting year for music, includin...