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When Education is No Longer Learning

Contributing Writer Grace DiGiovanni, '21 Every day, I spend six and a half hours at school, on top of those two to three hours of...

The Unstoppable Plague: Racism in “Melting Pot” America

Contributing Writer Inika Gajra, '21 “racism is not gone, it never left, and at the rate this country is going, it never will.” Racism is nowhere...

Ella Brodey Says Bonjour!

Ella Brodey and other members of the Rotary youth exchange waving their native flags.

Varsity Golf Team Joined by Young Prodigy

It isn’t very often that a middle school student gets a chance to participate in high school athletics. An eighth grader participating at the...

Sept. 27, 2019

Meals with Momo (and Paige)Positivity Project: Character DayWeatherInside the Huddle with Theresa and SydJokes with Johnny

As the Influence of Politics Grows, Should it Influence Our Art?

Contributing Writer Alice Yi, '21 Henri Matisse once stated that he wished his art to be “of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of troubling...

Sept. 25, 2019

WeatherWorld News WednesdayElla Brodey Going to School in France

State of the School 2019-2020

As the 2019-2020 school year heads into full swing, staff and students are looking forward to the coming academic year. From changes such as...