Ending with a bang

Neither of us really want to write this. Not because we don’t enjoy writing anymore, but because this article means that we need to be at school to work on it even though neither of us really need to be here. AP Exams have finished. Dozens of classrooms are abandoned. Neither of us have seen […]

Kickstarter Kids: students in the business world

Kickstarter Kids: students in the business world

Standing in the Tuff warehouse in San Diego, Jonathan Damico ’18 and Cameron Schiller ’18 looked at the first prototype of the backpack that had once been just an idea they had dreamed of. As they stared at the backpack they had seen drawn hundreds of times, the white “Mk 1” writing stitched into the […]

The cycle of lies

The cycle of lies

For three years, I spent multiple Saturdays going to the Middle School, helping prospective applicants find their way during the Student Ambassador-hosted family visiting days and then lying to them. And although a lot of the lies I told held truths to which I was oblivious, I don’t think that the Student Ambassador program adequately […]

Lacrosse continues Mission League dominance

The boys’ lacrosse team continued its domination of the Mission League April 7, beating St. Francis 15-1. With the win, the team remains undefeated and moves to 12-0 overall. The game itself was reflective of the Wolverines’ performance this season, with the team holding strong defensively, but also easing off as the game progressed. Defensively, […]

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