Student groups undergo DEI training

In accordance with the school’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, Prefect Council, Student Leaders for Inclusion, Diversity and Equity (SLIDE) and Peer Support underwent bias training with Liza Talusan on Sep. 25. Talusan is an educator and facilitator in conversations about anti-racism, diversity and bias, and she works directly with schools, leadership teams and […]

Making sense of censorship

Making sense of censorship

In a time when the trustworthiness of news is so critical, yet essentially every source seems to be biased, diversity in the newsroom is not just important but required. Reforms in the editorial process and diversity and equity initiatives are imperative to redirect the trajectory of the American newsroom toward something we can all be […]

Media-ting Justice

Media-ting Justice

Breonna Taylor: a black EMT who was shot fatally after policemen investigating a narcotics case confused her apartment with someone else’s. Ahmaud Arbery: an unarmed black man who was lynched by two white people solely for jogging in their neighborhood. George Floyd: an innocent, handcuffed black man who was choked to death by four police […]

Crooked coverage: the Olympics

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 their unique and diverse cultures. Olympians have the chance to represent their countries on a global stage; national pride and patriotism are […]

Students publish annual literary magazine

By Noa Yadidi Stone-cutters, the annual literary magazine that showcases upper school students’ art and writing, came out May 21. The magazine contained over 20 literary works and works of art produced by sophomores, juniors and seniors. The editors-in-chief of the magazine were Jamie Chang ’13, Jessica Gold ’12 and Wyatt Kroopf ’12 and were […]