High Stakes: The First Reveal

High Stakes: The First Reveal

The All-Around: When Virginia* ’16 was deferred from Princeton, she was really disappointed since it was her dream school. However, she used this deferral as a motivation to regain her focus in school and work harder on her fourteen regular applications and art supplement during winter break. “I took a couple weeks off track and […]

Will listening to Mozart while studying get me a 4.0?

Will listening to Mozart while studying get me a 4.0?

Every day Max Robertson ’17 goes home and turns on some smooth jazz as he pulls out his homework assigned that day. After a stressful day Robertson looks forward to listening to music that calms him down and lets him enjoy working on homework and studying just a little bit more. “When I do homework, […]

A light bulb moment?

By Gabby Ahlzadeh I will begin this senior column by apologizing to every single teacher, adviser, administrator, student, coach and announcer who has had to go through the trials of trying to pronounce my last name. For your comfort, I have no younger siblings so unless you end up teaching me later on, have to […]