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ISABELLE CAULDINE
played by RACH

5th Yr. Prima Ballerina


SIMON THEODORE
played by BENBRYO

5th Yr. Theatre Geek


ISAAC CAULDINE
played by ASHLEIGH

5th Yr. Bandaid

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January 2009
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Character Of The Month


ISABELLE CAULDINE
Played by Rach


A fifth year prima ballerina with a realistic lifestyle, a wonderful sense of humor, and a delightful plot. Congratulations go to Rach on winning this month's award!
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Oh, Baby, Baby!
»"Hey Harrimaners, sorry for my brief abscence, but I’ve been just too busy trying to keep track of all the gossip in this school to even be able to write about it! But this little piece of news was just TOO good for even a busy bee like me to pass up."



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  • Starters

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  • The Office

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  • The Grounds

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  • The James M. Painter Memorial Fountain


    Named for famous trumpet player James Painter, of the famous 1940s Painter trio. A large, circular pond with a statue of James playing his trumpet in the middle and a fountain erupting from behind him and from his trumpet.
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    Tue Apr 28, 2009 8:03 am
    Saffron Wickersham how funky is your chicken? [open]
  • The Woods


    Rumoured to be haunted, the Chamberlain woods are dense and frigid during winter, and said to be the site of many a murder over the years. The edge of the woods circle part of the lake.
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    Mon Apr 27, 2009 5:42 pm
    Salim Sadique Nature Walk {Open}
  • The Lake House


    A huge white building on the edge of the lake stocked to bursting with rowboats, oars, and everything you could possibly need for fun on the lake. The groundskeeper's quarters are located in the lake house, so watch out if you're trying to sneak around! Late night skinny dippers will be reprimanded!
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    Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:17 am
    MacKenzie Butler Baby it's cold outside. [Open to ALL teachers]
  • The Lake


    Wide, clean Lake Chamberlain is a sprawling natural lake owned mostly by the school. It's open from 7.00 am to 9.00 pm for students who want to row, hang out, or go for a dip. But be careful; the water's frigid in winter, and hypothermia's no way to ring in the New Year!
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    Wed Jul 08, 2009 2:21 pm
    Audrey Catlett Sledding. Finally [Simon, Izz, Open]
  • The F. VanHolst Soccer Stadium


    Donated by alumnus Frederick VanHolst in 1972, the soccer stadium is, surprisingly enough for an arts school, one of the shining gems of the campus. The team plays all of their home games here, and the many Chamberlanians will come up to watch the Fighting Harriman Swallows. The stands are packed for homecoming, when students' parents, alumni, and townsfolk alike join the student body in cheering on their favorite team.
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    Thu Dec 25, 2008 11:30 pm
    Isabelle Cauldine HOMECOMING GAME 2008 SPECTATOR'S THREAD
  • The Main Building

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  • Student Parking Lot


    Run-down Cadillac or shiny new Mustang, whatever your jallopy, you can park it here for safe keeping. Take them our for a spin on Saturdays or to drive into town, but without a special note students can't leave campus during the week.
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    Tue Feb 24, 2009 5:55 am
    Eloise Harriman my favorite game [Isaac, closed.]
  • Dining Hall


    A large, Harriman-orange room with multiple long tables and a buffet at the end of the room for students to pick up three square meals a day. Make sure to clean up afterwards; the kitchen staff has to clean up, and they ARE the ones who make the food.
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    Tue Dec 16, 2008 5:41 am
    Evalee DeMontclier Dinner at Harriman (open)
  • Dorm Gym


    Equipped with highly state-of-the-art workout equipment, the Harriman student gym keeps its students fit as a fiddle and ready to leap about the stage at a single bound. Health is key, after all!
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    Sun Mar 15, 2009 6:37 am
    Isabelle Cauldine RUN [for fun!] Open
  • Boys Dormitories


    Each dorm fits up to four people. The dorms are set up according to grade. No girls allowed, of course!
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    Thu Aug 06, 2009 1:43 am
    Will Gates i've lost my inhibitions [audie, closed]
  • 6th Grade Boys


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • 7th Grade boys


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • 8th Grade Boys


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • Freshman Boys


    A highly cramped, tight room, the odors of freshmen past residing along with the teenaged boys. Despite their previous three years at Harriman, freshmen are tormented just as at any other high school, and their room is easily the worst of all the boys'.
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  • Sophomore Boys


    Four bunk beds line the walls of a fairly average-sized room, plastered with posters and allegiances sworn to various bands and women. This room is highly messy, with two chests of drawers and even a small vanity mirror.
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    Sat Nov 08, 2008 1:58 pm
    Simon Theodore Simon's Book O' Crap
  • Junior Boys


    Not quite as large as the senior boys' room, the junior boys have four bunk beds just like the underclassmen, however with considerably more floorspace, and their own bathroom attached.
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    Thu Feb 26, 2009 6:01 am
    Saffron Wickersham {OPEN} Rise Of The Xbox
  • Senior Boys


    The seventh year boys dormitory is a dark place that precious few deign to venture into. The largest by far of all of the dorms, the seventh year boys have their own restroom, and their own post beds instead of bunk beds, two on each wall facing into the center of the room.
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    Thu Aug 06, 2009 1:43 am
    Will Gates i've lost my inhibitions [audie, closed]
  • Girls Dormitories


    Each dorm fits up to four people. The dorms are set up according to grade. No boys allowed, of course!
    17 Topics
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    Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:26 am
    Simon Theodore fools rush in [simon, closed]
  • 6th Grade Girls


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • 7th Grade Girls


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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  • 8th Grade Girls


    A small room with four bunk beds, plain walls, and plain carpet.
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    Wed Mar 25, 2009 4:17 am
    Honey Lennesburg but she cries just like a little girl [open]
  • Freshman Girls


    The Freshman girls' dorm is not nearly as bad as the boys, simply smaller than the rest with ghastly pink walls and carpet, four bunk beds with two on each wall. Close quarters breed fondness! Or... murder...
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  • Sophomore Girls


    By far the most obnoxious of all the classes, this room has four large bunk beds and walls plastered with posters and self-done paint jobs from over the years.
    6 Topics
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    Thu Jul 09, 2009 11:26 am
    Simon Theodore fools rush in [simon, closed]
  • Junior Girls


    The second largest dorms, four large bunk beds line the PAINTED walls, and the junior girls have their own bathroom, as well as a large chest of drawers.
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    Tue Apr 28, 2009 4:54 am
    Saffron Wickersham w h e n t h e s t r i p t u r n s p i n k [open to dorm mates & Gerard]
  • Senior Girls


    The largest of all the girls' dorms, with four poster beds and a large vanity, as well as their own bathroom AND shower.
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    Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:45 am
    Nikki Johns Best Friends Suck {senior girls only? open?}
  • Faculty Building

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  • Faculty Office


    Registration, faculty mailboxes, everything official occurs here.
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    Thu Jul 09, 2009 12:33 pm
    Isabelle Cauldine Living Register
  • The Laundry Room


    Non-coin operated washer and dryer available here for faculty only use- just use your own soap!
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  • The Headmaster's Wing


    Headmaster Edgar Harriman resides here, along with his wife, and has a large suite of rooms large enough to suit them. While the headmaster lives off-campus during the summer and holidays, he chooses to live on-campus so as to be easily accessible to students and teachers alike at all times. Headmaster Harriman's office is also located in this wing, should you ever need him.
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  • The Hipster Sculptor's Rooms


    Home to Lucas Chalmette, these staff rooms are, naturally, extremely disorganized and plastered with every inch of the man living inside of them. A very obvious bachelor's pad, posters of art and bands alike are plastered on the walls like a teenager's room. A small television occupies the living room area, an Xbox attached to it, and a guitar sits in the corner of the room. There are very few art supplies here other than a sketchbook and a stack of clay and play-doh on the table, since Lucas does most of his work in the sculpture room. The bedroom is done up with a homey feeling, vintage wallpaper adorning his walls and a homemade quilt from his grandmother on the full bed. The bathroom is, predictably, messy, but clean, with towels on the floor but little dirt in the grout and a sparkling toilet bowl. Lucas's office is far neater, small sculptures and awards here and there around his desk, even more clay and play-doh, and his varias degrees and diplomas framed and up on the wall. The office is painted a dark blue on one wall, with three white walls in true minimalist style.
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  • The J.M. Barry Theatre Wing

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  • Theater Tech Room


    A huge room with everything you could ever ask for to run a play. A massive costume closet stands to the left, work tables in the middle, very color of paint imaginable, lighting gels to the right of the paint, a huge closet of set-making materials to the right, woodcutting tables in the back with safety signs posted everywhere, and a prop closet in the back with everything from phony barbells to table settings.
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    Fri Jan 30, 2009 11:25 am
    Jane Johnson The Shrewing of the Tame {{Oh So OPEN!}}
  • Theatre Wing Hallway


    The theater wing hallway is dimly lit and dramatic, just like its occupants. The audititorium is at the very front with the entrance in the main building, though there are many back hallways and doors leading onto the stage throughout the theater wing to the left. A hallway branching to the right leads to the dance studios and theater classrooms.
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    Thu Dec 18, 2008 2:18 am
    El K. Theodore But, soft! What light through yonder window breaks? [CLOSED]
  • Dance Studio


    A massive, wood-floored room with a bar and two walls of mirrors. In the corner stands a piano for the ballet mistress to tap out melodies, or bring in a little peon to assist her.
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    Thu Jan 22, 2009 2:19 am
    Maiya Philips are we human, or are we dancers? [open]
  • The Auditorium


    A huge, sprawling auditorium with a beautiful stage at the front for recitals, concerts, and plays. The auditorium features comfy seats for parents and students alike to admire the work of the performing geniuses of Harriman, as well as spectacular stage lighting and sound equipment.
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    Mon Mar 16, 2009 11:41 pm
    Isabelle Cauldine Sisters, Sisters [betty and judy]
  • White Christmas


    After leaving the Army after WWII, Bob Wallace and Phil Davis team up to become a top song-and-dance act. Davis plays matchmaker and introduces Wallace to a pair of beautiful sisters (Betty and Judy) who also have a song-and-dance act. When Betty and Judy travel to a Vermont lodge to perform a Christmas show, Wallace and Davis follow, only to find their former commander, General Waverly, is the lodge owner. A series of romantic mix-ups ensue as the performers try to help the General.Are you dreaming of a White Christmas? Students, Chamberlanians and parents alike are as they flock to the Harriman campus for the extravaganza that is the winter musical.
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    Mon Mar 16, 2009 11:41 pm
    Isabelle Cauldine Sisters, Sisters [betty and judy]
  • Onstage Scenes


    All scenes performed onstage are roleplayed here. For references, look up White Christmas videos on Youtube.
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    Mon Mar 16, 2009 11:41 pm
    Isabelle Cauldine Sisters, Sisters [betty and judy]
  • Backstage


    All backstage antics occur here, including any and all action in either of the separate girls or boys dressing rooms.
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    Thu Mar 05, 2009 7:27 pm
    Saffron Wickersham g o r g e o u s, d a w l i n g. [[ o p e n ]]
  • Orchestra Pit


    All music students report here! Your parts have been assigned, your music distributed, and it's time to make the stars of the musical really shine.
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    Thu Feb 26, 2009 4:50 am
    Audrey Catlett Heard, but not seen [Open]
  • Audience


    All non-participating students OR parents (you may roleplay your parents for this event. the choice for parent PBs goes to the first member of the family to have joined the site.) may post here in the audience. But be respectful audience members, or you'll be kicked out!
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  • Dressing Rooms


    Two separate dressing rooms, one for girls the other for boys, with long well-lit mirrors and table-space underneath, electrical outlets, cubbies, and numerous costume racks.
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    Sat Jan 10, 2009 12:55 pm
    MacKenzie Butler Actors and their Characters - ASSIGNMENT
  • The George Gershwin Music Wing

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  • Music Wing Hallway


    A wide, brightly painted hallway with practice rooms branching off between huge, square doors. Walking down this hallway you can almost always hear music, and all down the hallways are posters strewn by students and teachers alike of musicians, composers, and brilliant minds that they idolize. One small corridor branches off from the main hallway, and is lined entirely with state-of-the-art practice rooms.
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    Thu Jan 22, 2009 2:59 am
    Rosalia Bianchi Alone.  [Open]
  • Music Library


    The Harriman music library is open to students and stocked with any part to music being played, along with solos, ensembles, and all kind of pieces for choire, orchestra, band, and any combination. From Mozart to Wagner, they're all found here.
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    Tue Mar 31, 2009 5:04 am
    Clay Feledichuk Angel In The Music {Open to first poster}
  • Music Composition Room


    A large, layered room with a piano in front, and a fleet of special Harriman orange Mac computers all with music-writing software and minitiare keyboards and headphones attached. The residence of some of Harriman's most brilliant musical geniuses.
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    Tue Jan 13, 2009 4:24 am
    Abigail Applebottom Instrumental Block -Mads and Abs only-
  • Music Hall


    The band, orchestra, and symphony orchestra all rehearse in this music hall; a huge room with perfected acoustics, banners and pride strewn across the room, including huge banners in orange, black and white hanging from the ceiling made by every respective musical section, declaring their allegiance.
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    Sun Jan 18, 2009 5:22 am
    Rea Victoria Passionate Flutes (Rea)
  • Choir Room


    A room with several rows of risers facing a director's podium and music folders sitting in the front, also with several student-made posters and impeccable acoustics. All around the room are posters from famous operatic singers, as well as one or two musicals that the director favors.
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    Mon Feb 02, 2009 10:06 am
    El K. Theodore it won't be long until we'll all be there with snow [jay, simon, el, open]
  • Practice Rooms


    An array of small, soundproofed rooms, all with glass doors and two or three straight-backed chairs and stands in each. A few practice rooms are larger and have pianos resting in them for accompaniment or piano practice.
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    Fri Apr 10, 2009 2:22 am
    Honey Lennesburg o u t l o u d [ o p e n ]
  • The Salvador Dali Art Wing

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  • Art Wing Hallway


    There is one large, main hallway weaving through the visual arts wing. The walls are lined with students' artwork - posters, paintings, digital graphics, and more. This hallways leads to just about every classroom in the wing, branching off only into minor hallways that lead directly to a certain class.
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    Thu Jul 09, 2009 1:18 pm
    Saffron Wickersham i t ' s [ getting ]  h o t  [ in ]  h e r e
  • Sculpture Studio


    This massive room has plenty of space for almost any creative 3D piece you can imagine! There is storage space on the far left and an in class supply shelf on the far right. A few pottery tables as well as a glassblowing furnace stand in the back of the room and a small room connected by a doorway contains a kiln. By the end of the day, the floor is usually covered with a thin layer of hardened clay dust, plaster drippings and a variety of other messy materials.
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    Mon Dec 29, 2008 4:25 pm
    Nikki Johns Summer Sonata - a work in progress
  • 2-D Studio


    In a large room stands many tables which seat anywhere from one to four people depending on the size of the pieces being worked on. There are chairs all around and along one whole wall stands cabinets filled with art supplies and empty areas for in class storage. Along another wall there are quite a few easels waiting to be used.
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    Sun Feb 08, 2009 6:47 am
    Kaylor Victoria To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong. [CLASS, EVERYBODY WOOO]
  • The Dark Room


    This room is smaller than all the other because there are only a few people allowed to work in here at a time. There is a row of basins and sinks along one wall as well as a cabinet in the filled with all the development supplies and chemicals needed. The whole room is lit up with red lights so as not to destroy the images. Always clean up after yourself in here!
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    Thu Dec 11, 2008 6:42 am
    Saffron Wickersham Make Photos Not War [[Open - Surprise Saffie!]]
  • Art Supplies Room


    A room with the As to Zs of art supplies, from Apple-green paint to Zebra-hair paintbrushes. If you need it, it's in here. Shelf after shelf of every sort of supply and every sort of size lines one wall, while another is covered with canvases of every size and massive easels.
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    Sun Dec 28, 2008 2:52 am
    Ebony J. Queen The scent of a woman [LUCAS]
  • The Ernest Hemingway Lit Wing

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  • Lit Wing Hallway


    One main hallway strings through the literature department. Beige walls run all along the hallway, with tall, dark doors leading to each classroom. The lighting is particularly bright, and even in the night there's something very luminescent about this hallway. The hallway moves in one sturdy, straight line, only breaking off once into a small divot that used to lead to some sort of auditorium when the school was first made.
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    Sat Mar 07, 2009 4:14 am
    Erika Servena When In Need Of Inspiration [[ o p e n ]]
  • Lecture Hall


    The lecture hall matches the theatre in many ways. However, the hall itself is about half the size, and features a sturdy podium with a microphone. While the lecture hall is primarily used by the literature department, other classes also put it to use when a speaker is brought in and the scale of the event isn't as large. There are about twelve rows of seats, each with a little flip-out desk for note-taking.
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    Thu Mar 12, 2009 10:20 am
    Seven Harriman Theater Lit Class // ATTENDANCE IS MANDITORY
  • Printing Lab


    The printing lab was redone just in the past few years. It now features just about everything mechanical a writer could need. A large newspaper press can be found in the far back corner, as well as numerous copy machines, four computers, and just about everything else you can think of. Typography is at your fingertips upon entering.
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    Mon Aug 10, 2009 3:09 am
    Audrey Catlett Doddles and school [open]
  • Library


    Fecility's library is surprisingly expansive, filled to the brim with books of every shape, color, size, and even smell. Many dark walnut tables fill up three sections dedicated to working and studying. The matching bookshelves are tall, reaching nearly to the ceiling. The biographical section of the library is particularly large, making up nearly a sixth of the already massive non-fiction section. A thin sheet of maroon carpet covers the rather dim and hardly used library.
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    Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:37 am
    Sophia Vittorno decisions decisions [tagz; Isaac]
  • The Town of Chamberlain

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  • The Shops


    The shops are extremely popular among the students, and are surprisingly hip, including a range from small boutique to national chain stores. If you need clothes, gadgets, or anything you could think of, the Chamberlain Shops are where to go. Coincidentally, there's several expert art and music supply stores, as well as a good dance and fabrics store.
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    Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:52 pm
    Nyx Johns Girly Day Out {Saffie}
  • Fabulous Fabrics


    Any color, shade, or feel of fabric you could ever need is at Fabulous. Also; they custom make dance outfits, so save their phone number!
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    Tue Dec 23, 2008 3:28 am
    MacKenzie Butler Shopping Spree (Lucas, Deidre, CLOSED)
  • Virginia's Art Supplies


    Run by the kooky yet lovable Virginia Williams, this art supply is stocked to bursting with any and all supplies you may ever need. From canvas to clay, this lady has it ALL. And if she doesn't; just ask her to special order. Miss Virginia always takes care of her Harriman babies, just as long as they bring the finished product back for her to admire.
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  • Treble Cleff Music Makers


    The expert on music supplies, repairs, and anything musical in the area. If you need reeds, metronomes, or mouthpieces, or if your valves are stuck and won't let go; this is the place to come.
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    Mon Dec 22, 2008 4:55 am
    Abigail Applebottom Silly String {Open to first poster only}
  • Belle's Beauty Shop


    Run by Belle Wilkins, beauty queen of Chamberlain and Miss America of 1969 (and don't you forget it), Belle's beauty shop is the best salon and spa you'll find for miles. Belle makes sure to keep current and modern in order to attract in the young students from Harriman, and is always happy to have their patronage.
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    Fri Mar 06, 2009 8:52 pm
    Nyx Johns Girly Day Out {Saffie}
  • The Bean


    The Bean is THE hip spot for teenagers in the city of Chamberlain. Their coffee is spectacular, and many students will by beans from The Bean to make their own during the week. On the weekend, you'll see almost two thirds of the student body stopping in in the course of the day, on their way to shopping or other adventures.
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    Mon Mar 23, 2009 8:30 am
    Dawn Catlett Want some more, Sis? [Audrey]
  • E-Z Street Diner


    The E-Z Street Diner is an age-old institution in the town of Chamberlain. Known for their artery-clogging goodies, Ma and Pa are always eager to have those "smart little art kids" come visit on weekends, and will almost always treat them to free shakes.
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    Wed Mar 25, 2009 10:21 pm
    Gerard Crelia Not Thinkin' 'Bout Tomorrow {Gee and Kay Only}
  • Chamberlain Events Hall


    The Events Hall is a historic location in Chamberlain, and the locale of all of Harriman's school banquets and dances, since there isn't a space large enough to accommodate their dances in the school. For every dance the student congress dresses it up nice and pretty to make the students happy.
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    Sat Mar 14, 2009 10:32 am
    Ethan Victoria I Came Here to Make You Dance Tonight [neverland concert!]
  • Residences


    All residences for Chamberlainians as well as teachers who choose to live off-campus.
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  • Other Places!

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    Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:55 pm
    Darnell Allred we just l o v e the new year
  • Winter Ski Trip!


    All students are invited to participate on the annual Harriman Winter Ski Trip at the Sugarloaf Resort. Buses leave Harriman campus on the 28th of December and return January 5th, the day before new term. All students must return to school on the 5th to prepare and check in for the start of the new term.
    9 Topics
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    Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:55 pm
    Darnell Allred we just l o v e the new year
  • The Mountain


    Ride the ski lift up, up, up for skiing, snowboarding, and all sorts of snowy winter fun!
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    Wed Apr 22, 2009 3:24 am
    Isabelle Cauldine X-TREME! [simon, open]
  • Bullwinkle's

    In the highest reaches of the mountain, a six-course feast by candlelight awaits anyone with enough pocket change by night. Gourmet chefs expertly prepare varieties of food you could never imagine, catering to your every savory desire. Making anyone feel ritzy - even after a long day of gliding down the slopes and feeling snow soak through to your toes - is what Bullwinkle's specializes in the during the evening hours.During the day, Bullwinkle's sports the only bistro you'll find in the area. With it's eclectic atmosphere, lunch served every afternoon, and more hot and refreshing treats and drinks than you can imagine, Bullwinkle's is the perfect place to go to take a breather from the slopes.
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  • Sugarloaf Resort


    Located on the massive Sugarloaf Resort are a variety of shops, restauraunts, and oppurtunities for fun, as well as the school's lodging accomodations. Four to a room, no co-ed rooms!
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    Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:55 pm
    Darnell Allred we just l o v e the new year
  • The Hotel

    All student rooms are located here. No shenanigans, or Harriman'll hear about it!
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    Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:55 pm
    Darnell Allred we just l o v e the new year
  • The Hot Tubs

    True to the typical ski resort, the Sugarloaf has a number of outdoor hot tubs ready for guests to rest their ski-weary muscles and cozy up in the bubbles.
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  • The Rooms

    Girls are pink, boys are blue, and there are NO purple rooms!
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    Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:55 pm
    Darnell Allred we just l o v e the new year
  • The Starlight Lounge

    The Sugarloaf Hotel's largest and most comfortable lounge, the Starlight features several massive fireplaces, a variety of hunting trophies on the walls, bearskin rugs, and a number of sofas and armchairs on which to snuggle. Oh, did we mention the open bar? Just watch out for teachers!
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    Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:28 am
    Darnell Allred HAPPY TWO-THOUSAND-AND-NINE!
  • Sugarloaf Ski Shop

    A heaven for anyone looking to spruce up their ride, look the part in an abundance of accessories, or merely pulling on another layer to keep from freezing to death amidst your suddenly burning passion for throwing yourself into snow drifts. The Sugarloaf Ski Shop has everything you'll need to rock the ride down the mountain. Stop in here for all of your snowboard and ski rentals!
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  • Antigravity Complex

    Oh yeah, can you say biggest indoor skatepark in all of New England? Antigravity sports a wicked combination of some of the most aggressive and grueling designs for skaters. But hey, if skating's not your thing, then you still have no good reason to pass up Antigravity. On top of it all, they have a weight room, an indoor rock climbing wall, and trampolines for mastering those tricks you've been meaning to get to on the slopes.
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    Thu Apr 02, 2009 5:26 am
    Darnell Allred Climbing the wall (Darnie!)
  • Communications

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    Call, text, and leave voicemail messages; the best way to get in contact with your buddies in this crazy digital age.
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    Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:38 am
    Jane Johnson micah's celular device
  • E-Mail


    Send and receive e-mails, e-cards, and any sort of e-greeting instantly! Because really; everyone and their DOG can use e-mail nowadays, right?
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    Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:18 am
    Jane Johnson TO: twinkletoes962 "Will Gates"   SUBJECT: I want...
  • Note Passing


    Pass ‘em in class, in the halls, on the lawn, in secret, leave them in special places for specific people. decorate them, or write in your best handwriting. But no matter how you do it, this is a great way stay in touch with your friends.
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    Tue Jan 20, 2009 1:56 am
    Erika Servena On His Desk - for Mackenzie
  • OOC Threads

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    Sun Aug 02, 2009 11:36 pm
    Deidre L. Spicer i'm tha motha' flippin'[luke chalmette]
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    Tue Apr 28, 2009 1:55 pm
    Ethan Victoria INTRODUCTIONS: DO IT OR DIE
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    Sat Apr 11, 2009 12:40 am
    Darnell Allred f a m i l y s t u f f l z e s
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    Mon Feb 16, 2009 11:08 am
    Ethan Victoria Oasis Hill Academy
  • First Posts


    Here's where all first posts go! DO NOT post anywhere else, except for "Affiliates". The admins will move you once you've been accepted!
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  • Accepted Adverts.


    Here's where your advertisement will be moved once it's been accepted.
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    Mon Feb 16, 2009 11:08 am
    Ethan Victoria Oasis Hill Academy
  • The Dump


    old/trashed threads found here.
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    Mon Mar 23, 2009 8:29 am
    Honey Lennesburg There's just one thing you need to know [ALISTAIR] And that's that you can't count on me.
  • Homecoming Dance


    Decorated in an "Under the Sea" theme, the Chamberlain Events hall has been decked out by the Student Congress. Complete with blue filters on the lights and blue mesh canopies spread out over the heads of the students, as well as plastic fish caught in nets and fake coral reefs, the girls really went all out for this event. On the north wall is a DJ spinning tunes in front of a dance floor, on the east wall lines a massive buffet, on the west wall a spread of tables and chairs to take a breather, and on the corner of the south wall near the entrance, a photobooth to make some memories.
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    Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:00 am
    Erik P. Canio it's oh so quiet [[Staff and Friends]] it's oh so still
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