Stone-Cutters hosts second workshop, prepares for winter publication

Stone-Cutters magazine hosted its second creative writing workshop to collect submissions for its winter publication Wednesday. Stone-Cutters offers in-person writing workshops Stone-Cutters has held two workshops so far and is planning to host one a month starting in January. Stone-Cutters writer and junior editor Nicole Austen ’21 said that the workshops are a good place […]

Paid to Play

Paid to Play

Students believe athletic compensation will benefit themselves and their families.   After hearing about the Fair Pay to Play Act, which was passed by the California legislature this October, baseball player and Stanford University recruit Drew Bowser ’20 grew excited about how the new regulations would impact his future. Because the act will go into […]

Seniors attend Ring Ceremony

Seniors attend Ring Ceremony

English teacher Sara Cohen gave a speech to seniors during the Senior Ceremony Sunday on Ted Slavin field. Each senior was presented with a ring or pin commemorating their time at the school. Senior George Caras ’20 said that he thought that Cohen’s speech was insightful and interesting. “Dr. Cohen is one of my favorite teachers at […]

New Learning Center provides students with alternative study space

A new Learning Center run by faculty members opened in Seaver 208 to give upper school students a place to study and complete their homework. Learning Resource Specialist Grace Brown, Receptionist and SAT/ACT Test Center Supervisor Nathaly Blanco, English teacher Jenna Gasparino and Librarians Edith Darling and Jessica Wahl are assisting in the center. “The […]