Behind the scenes at New Hampshire primary

Behind the scenes at New Hampshire primary

(MANCHESTER, NH)– The gym reeked of sweat, but Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders spent an hour on stage Feb. 9 going through the usual rhetoric. He talked about getting rid of Super PACs, making sure the top-grossing businesses pay the taxes they should be paying, and undercutting the power of Wall Street. Each point […]

Q&A with Jadon Yariv ’16

Q&A with Jadon Yariv ’16

When and how did you start playing soccer? I’ve been playing since I was five.  I started at American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) and then played club after a couple years, since I wanted to get a more serious with soccer. How has being a varsity player and team leader impacted you as a player?  […]

Justyn Chang ’18 brings K-pop to Los Angeles

Justyn Chang ’18 brings K-pop to Los Angeles

His heart was beating out of his chest and sweat was dripping from his forehead. Justyn Chang ’18 had never been more nervous. He considered running out of the small, damp room, but running out of the room would also mean running away from his dream, which was only an arm’s length away.  Singing was […]

Former teacher to head ISSM

Former science teacher David Hinden will return to run the school’s Institute for Scholastic Sports Science and Medicine. Head of Athletics Terry Barnum and Head of Upper School Audrius Barzdukas founded the ISSSM three years ago to foster high school scientific and medical research dealing with sports. The program was put under the leadership of Hinden […]

‘Hardships only temporary’ says former refugee

‘Hardships only temporary’ says former refugee

Author and former Vietnamese refugee Le Ly Hayslip spoke to students Monday about her challenging upbringing and how it has shaped who she is as a person. The San Diego resident, whose life was inspiration for the 1993 Oliver Stone film “Heaven & Earth,” shared her story with students who will take part in the […]