Senior Project Profile: Feifan (Lucky) Lu ’18  


Ever since he was a child, Feifan (Lucky) Lu ’18 has felt a need to communicate, keeping journals and improvising songs to express his innermost feelings. For his Senior Project, Lucky wrote and composed his first full-length song, “When We Were Young,” a quiet but uplifting track meant to encourage his peers about the uncertainty and excitement of their coming years. Continue reading

Theatergoers Hail Seventh Graders in Julius Caesar


As part of their studies of ancient empires, Ross seventh graders brought the iconic Julius Caesar and Roman Senate to life last week, sharing the drama, intrigue and treachery that marked this pivotal point in history through a dramatic interpretation of William Shakespeare’s beloved play, Julius Caesar. The audience eagerly followed scenes and characters from the life and death of the legendary dictator, including his assassination by Brutus, Cassius, and others on the Ides of March. Continue reading

Rave Reviews for 10th Annual Ross One-Act Plays


This past weekend, members of the Ross community gathered to watch the 10th Annual Ross One-Act Plays: You Never Know What You’re Gonna Get, a delightful evening of theater showcasing the diverse talents of our students. The much-anticipated event did not disappoint, offering a powerful mix of comedic and dramatic performances. The seven plays and two monologues were drawn from award-winning entries to national play writing competitions. Continue reading

Students and Teachers a Delight at Community Recital


Students, faculty, family and friends gathered in the Senior Building Lecture Hall on Tuesday for a delightful Community Recital with performances by Johnny Xu ’16, Orlando Narizzano ’20, Dean of Performing Arts Adam Judd, and Performing Arts teacher Robert Davies. The recitals, held several times throughout the school year, are an opportunity to come together to enjoy the many talents of members of the extended Ross community.

Continue reading