Shake-spirit of Equality

Shake-spirit of Equality

The United States midterm elections marked a historical moment for LGBTQ people, with record numbers of LGBTQ candidates taking office. As the government begins to reflect the diversity within the country, the Performing Arts Department will similarly mirror the increasing representation of LGBTQ people in the winter play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” During the Elizabethan […]

Passion for Fashion

Passion for Fashion

Fashion is not only about beauty and design, but it has a deeper meaning and impact for Bianca Garfinkle ’20, Jakob Adler ’20, and Juliet Colitre ’21. Acting as a means of self-expression, it can provide the ability to outwardly express their personality and feelings. The students said fashion helps to better their lives on […]

ASMR You Satisfied?

ASMR You Satisfied?

The crunch of an apple. The tapping of a pencil. The whisper that “everything will be okay.” While these sounds are seemingly random, they have one thing in common: they are all a part of one of the Internet’s newest crazes, autonomous sensory meridian response, or more commonly known as ASMR. Although only more recently […]

BLACC hosts panel on youth activism

BLACC hosted a panel on youth activism and social justice in the Trump era on Martin Luther King Day, featuring Bakari Kitwana, Yusef Salaam, Jasiri X, And Gaye Theresa Johnson. Kitwana, an author and activist led the discussion by talking about the affect that segregation and racism has had on youth activism. He also praised […]

In the eye of the storm: Debaters snowed in

The bomb cyclone, an East Coast snowstorm, caused the cancellation of a portion of the Newark Invitational debate tournament, which two students attended from Jan. 5-7. Lauren Morganbesser ’19 and Chronicle staff writer Alexandra Mork ’20 took part in both the tournament and in the invitation-only Round Robin tournament which had been scheduled to take […]

Patrick McCullough: History

Patrick McCullough said he is looking forward to discussing contemporary issues with his students as a new member of the History Department. McCullough will teach United States History. “I am excited to participate in a community that is devoted to learning and where teachers and students care about learning,” McCullough said. McCullough graduated from Messiah […]