Salsa Bar at the Creations booth! Pizza, Chinese, grill items such as burgers & chicken strips, deli sandwiches and, of course, burritos!
Junior Prom and Senior Ball tickets are on sale in the 300s courtyard near Room 67 during lunch only. Junior Prom is on Saturday, May 2nd at 8:00 p.m. in the Pavilion. Tickets are $55. Delicious appetizers and beverages will be served. Senior Ball is on Saturday, May 23rd at 7:00 p.m. and is a cruise on the Bay with a buffet dinner. Tickets are $125. Buy your tickets now before prices go up!
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School Days by Jamie Maxfield, Courier Editor-in-Chief
From The Courier's Archives:
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Richard Arthur Warren Hughes OBE (19 April 1900—28 April 1976) was a British writer of poems, short stories, novels and plays.
He was born in Weybridge, Surrey of Welsh parentage, and educated at Charterhouse and graduated from Oriel College, Oxford in 1922.
A Charterhouse schoolmaster had sent Hughes's first published work to The Spectator
in 1917. (The article, written as a school essay, was an attack on The Loom of Youth
, by Alec Waugh, a recently published novel which caused a furore for its frank account of homosexual passions between British schoolboys in a public school). At Oxford he met Robert Graves, also an Old Carthusian, and they co-edited a poetry publication, Oxford Poetry
, in 1921. Hughes's short play The Sister's Tragedy
was in the West End at the Royal Court Theatre by 1922. He is credited with the authorship of the world's first radio play, Danger, commissioned from him for the BBC by Nigel Playfair, and broadcast on January 15, 1924.
Read more about Richard Hughes' radio play, Danger, the first radio play ever written.
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