Farewell to Formalities

Farewell to Formalities

When Marc Novicoff ’18 walked onto the quad after his eighth period class, he was immediately led to a chair in the middle of a crowd on the quad. Awaiting his arrival in the center of all the commotion was Nicole Bahar ’18, prepped with a sign, flowers and backup dancers ready to spring into […]

Degrees of Separation: Teachers, Administration and Students Address the Diversity of Degrees Teachers Have on Campus

Degrees of Separation: Teachers, Administration and Students Address the Diversity of Degrees Teachers Have on Campus

After another long day of testing and note-taking, Diego Ayala ’18 faced his most challenging task at home: telling his mom what he learned in school. Reflecting on lectures from his science, history and math classes, Ayala said it was difficult to pinpoint a certain lesson that resonated with him because all he could remember […]

#Detoxic: Students Share Their Opinions About Social Media’s Influence on Body Image and Eating Disorders

#Detoxic: Students Share Their Opinions About Social Media’s Influence on Body Image and Eating Disorders

After an exhausting afternoon of multiple sports practices, Jessica’s* exercise had only just begun. She felt as though she needed to work out until she was physically unable to continue. Like most days, she went through her routine with barely any food in her system. “I was going on my run, very lightheaded, everything was […]

The Elephant in the Room: Conservative Students Speak As A Minority in a Liberal Environment

The Elephant in the Room: Conservative Students Speak As A Minority in a Liberal Environment

As Patrick’s* ’18 sophomore English class prepared to pack up, he was halted by the sharp words of his teacher in response to a student’s comment about current events: “If you support Trump, get out,” the teacher’s words blared across the room. “I think a lot of people felt restrained in what they could say […]

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