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Congratulations to Our Retiring Teachers!
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Congratulations to Our Retiring Teachers!
Katherine Timm '25 May 2, 2024
Summer Reading Book Recommendations
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Summer Reading Book Recommendations
Emily Amann '24 May 2, 2024
Summer Fun!
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Summer Fun!
Devan Reynolds '24 May 2, 2024
Mental Health Awareness Movies and TV Shows
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Mental Health Awareness Movies and TV Shows
Michael Giacomo '25 May 2, 2024
Top 5 Tips for Acing Finals
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Top 5 Tips for Acing Finals
Katherine Timm '25 May 2, 2024

The 66th GRAMMYs: The Highlights

The 66th GRAMMYs: The Highlights

The 2024 GRAMMYs will surely be an event to remember. There were iconic performances, and many influential people won awards, some even winning awards for the first time.

First, let’s delve into the performances. The GRAMMYs were kicked off by the astonishing performance of Dua Lipa. She sang her “Houdini” and “Training Season” songs while singing, dancing, and crawling around a cubic cage. Tracy Chapman also made her return to the stage when performing with Luke Combs on the song “Fast Car”. Luke Combs released a cover of “Fast Car” in 2023 on his album Gettin’ Old. The performance included a beautiful blend of Tracy Chapman’s and Luke Combs’ unique voices. Another performance to be highlighted was Billie Eilish’s performance of “What Was I Made For.” Billie performed a simple yet calming and melodic version of the song, accompanied by the amazing piano skills of her producer and brother FINNEAS. Finally, Travis Scott also made an appearance singing “My Eyes,” “Fe!n”, and “I Know?” off his hit album Utopia. It was a distinctive and iconic moment for Travis Scott and all rap and hip-hop community fans.

Additionally, many stars won GRAMMYs that night.

Miley Cyrus won her first GRAMMY for Record of the Year for the song “Flowers.”She highlighted this fact in her performance of the song.

Killer Mike won Album of the Year for rap music, which many people seemed to question when they felt others, such as Travis Scott, should have won. Billie Eilish also won her ninth Grammy for the song “What Was I Made For,” which was nominated for Song of the Year. Jack Antonoff won his sixth GRAMMY with Producer of the Year. He was nominated for his work on Taylor Swift’s Midnights, Lana Del Ray’s Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, and the 1975’s Being Funny In A Foreign Language. Karol G won Best Música Urbana Album for her album MAÑANA SERÁ BONITO. Finally, the most iconic moment of the night was probably when Taylor Swift announced that her new studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, would be released on April 19. Taylor Swift now has 14 GRAMMYs and broke the record for Album of the Year Grammys. She is the only person to have four awards in this category.

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