By Olivia Kwitny Anna Etra ’10, Michelle Nosratian ’10 and Allegra Tepper ’10 will be awarded the Ryan White Excellence in Journalism Award for their student writing on health stories in last year’s issues of The Chronicle. Tepper won second place in Feature Writing for “Pictures in their Heads” about students with synesthesia; Etra won […]
By Marni Barta Throughout the last two weeks of March, Peer Support leaders have been and will continue to speak to Choices and Challenges classes, covering issues concerning academics and social situations. Counselor and humanities teacher Luba Bek prepared them during a Peer Support class.
By Dana GlaserAll they had to do was sign their names, indicating the school could charge a dollar to their accounts. What they didnât know was that the Prefect Council was testing them to see who would pay for their donut, and who would steal one. When I heard this story I thought back to […]
By Alex Cohen As sophomores begin the college process with their deans, they will have one more piece of information to aid them in their search: the results of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator test, a personality test which is used to make the theory of psychological types described by C.G. Jung understandable and useful in […]
Coordinator of Student Programs Nairy Simonyan resigned on Feb. 15 after her husband received a promotion in San Diego. Upper School Assistant Lisa Zucker will work part-time and take over her duties, though there is no permanent replacement.Simonyan taught a Choices and Challenges class, ran the Peer Tutoring program, helped coordinate several all-school assemblies and […]
The senior class decided by popular vote to donate money from the senior class gift to the Alumni Scholar Endowment Fund.Â The fund is a general scholarship endowment and provides financial aid broadly for all students who need it.Â The senior gift committee narrowed the choices for the gift down to three options. On Feb. […]