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The Name Game

Melody Tang and Alec Rosenthal March 29, 2021

Late in her junior year, Kimberly Wang ’21 arrived at the Upper School to take her SAT Subject Test. She felt extremely nervous, but her stress for the exam was outweighed by an awkward situation. Instead...

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Struggling with self perception

Tessa Augsberger August 28, 2020

As a half-German, half-American girl living in the United States, I’ve always felt as though I live in two separate worlds. One is the world of salmon on Christmas Eve, backyard gatherings where barbecue...

Proud to be an American

Proud to be an American

Vishan Chaudhary December 13, 2018

After hearing the phrase “Make America Great Again” numerous times over the past two and a half years, I was forced to consider an unexpectedly difficult question: when was America “great”? Surely...

Crooked coverage: the Olympics

March 21, 2018

The Olympic Games, more so than any other sporting event, aim to connect people from all around the world. The opening and closing ceremonies conducted at every Olympics allow host nations to showcase...

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