School maintains COVID-19 confidentiality

The athletics department, which has allowed students to continue practicing on campus, has not notified families if any athletes have contracted COVID-19, though Head of Communications and Strategic Initiatives Ari Engelberg said he is not aware of any positive cases. “It is the school’s responsibility to maintain the confidentiality of student and employee personal health […]

Students reflect on in-person practices

The school started its first phase of athletic practices Aug. 24, allowing athletes to return to campus while still practicing social distancing protocols. Athletes in the baseball, boys basketball, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls swimming, boys and girls water polo, field hockey and football programs all made their way back to campus […]



As the spotlight continues to shine on issues of racism around the country, sports are no exception . Racism in athletics is a major problem, deeply affecting athletes and attracting strong opinions from fans, according to NCAA Mind, Body and Sports: Harassment and Discrimination. Across the country, students of color frequently experience the opposite of […]

Female swimmer to go to Cornell University

Swimmer Angelica Sih ’20 announced her commitment to Cornell University, where she will continue her academic and athletic career, April 14. “When I received the offer from Cornell to swim for them, I was speechless,” Sih said. “Cornell was my first choice, so getting an offer from them was definitely one of the happiest moments […]