StikeOlly Ogbue ’20, Peter Scharer ’17 and Arunima Prasad ’17 help strike the set from “Shrek, the Musical.”

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Break on Through

CupolaBreak on through to the other side of the weekend.

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Of Heaven and Earth

David Shannon-Lier GalleryPhotographer David Shannon-Lier, whose show “Of Heaven and Earth” opens tonight in Foster Gallery, hosted a guest lecture for John Hirsch’s and Betsy VanOot’s AP photo and drawing classes this afternoon. Visit the opening reception tonight from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. before catching the second to last performance of “Shrek the Musical.”

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Skiing for a Championship

Sophia Kocher SkiingSophia Kocher ’17 races down the slalom course in the ski team’s last race of the season. The girls varsity team won their seventh consecutive ISL championship.

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White Walkers

Outing Club MoosilaukeOn President’s Day, an Outing Club group of five students and five adults hiked the Glencliff Trail to the summit of Mount Moosilauke in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

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The Proposalman is Here

ProposalIn what will certainly go down as one of the most memorable Nobleman announcements, math teacher Chris Pratt orchestrated a fake proposal to dance teacher Anna Loveys on stage in assembly this morning.

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ShrekLooks like all of these frightened villagers are running to see the premiere of “Shrek the Musical” tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Vinik Theatre. The production features a cast of over 40, a crew of 25 and a 16 piece band featuring nine student musicians. Performances are scheduled for February 16, 17, 22, 23 and 24 at 6:30 p.m. and February 18 at 2 p.m. You can buy tickets beforehand at this link, and tickets will also be available at the door.

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The Regurgitator

The RegurgitatorStevie Starr “The Regurgitator” prepares to swallow two goldfish and bring them back up. He performed in long assembly this morning, and in addition to the goldfish, he swallowed a light bulb, lighter fuel, smoke, a balloon, a nail, a padlock, a key, a Rubik’s Cube, coins, rings, a cup of sugar and a billiard ball, and proceeded to return them all completely dry.

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Dating Game

Dating GameSLC played a mock dating game in assembly this morning where four contestants had to answer questions about their ideal dates to win a date with a blindfolded bachelorette. They dictated their responses to spokespeople in order to remain anonymous.

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Cash Me OussideDespite cold temps and more snow in the forecast, it was a beautifully sunny Friday with a fresh foot of snow on campus.

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