The Bolles Bugle

Reflections on Mulan

Photo Credit: Disney

Sarah Scherkenbach, Co-Editor In Chief

October 27, 2020

This review contains spoilers for the live-action adaptation of Mulan.   Growing up, Mulan was the only Chinese representation I saw on-screen, so when I heard Disney was making a live-action version, I was so excited. Finally, I would get to see the woman I had always aspired to be, and this tim...

A World Of Art Through Your Screen

A World Of Art Through Your Screen

Camden Pao, Contributing Writer

April 24, 2020

While staying home and having a coronacation one might find a lot of free time on their hands. However, this does not mean people cannot enjoy the wonders of art, all you have to do is look to your screens for a world of colors, sounds, and creativity. Many art institutions have moved to the internet in order to continue to provide the community...

Art When the Medium Has Been Changed to COVID-19

Su Ertekin-Taner, Online Editor

April 22, 2020

Clay, colored pencils, paper and other materials in hand, art students left their art classes at The Bolles School. They had been previously notified they may not come back to their art classes, so they took home all their supplies thinking that they would bring the materials back at the end of spring...

Princess Rashid: Controlled Spontaneity

Princess Rashid: Controlled Spontaneity

Nina Zhao, Contributing Writer

April 16, 2020


A World of Music: A First Look Into the Upcoming World Music Concert

A World of Music: A First Look Into the Upcoming World Music Concert

Tucker Sharp, Contributing Writer

December 8, 2019

This February, the Chorus department will be doing its first World Music Concert. The songs are not that of your typical chorus concert. Most are in languages other than English. Meredith Mormann, the chorus teacher described the concert saying, “We’ve got stuff from India, stuff from Iceland, Nicaragua, China, lots of places. I decided to do it for a number...