Framing the family

His father was gone most of the time on business trips, and his mother was busy working and finishing school, all the more so because she was still learning English. So for three years starting from when he was one and a half, Henry Jiang’s ’14 maternal grandmother lived with and took care of him. […]

Playwrights Festival

All of Me at Once by Jensen McRae ’15 “The basic premise is that it is set in the mind of a 16-year-old girl named Faith; most of the characters are physical manifestations of thought, be it Emotion, Sense of Humor or any other part of the mind. The plot revolves around how these parts […]

Working overtime

When Katie Jung ’14 is stressed, she practices the stress and insomnia relief poses that her yoga teacher Katie Lowry-Chang taught her. Jung has found her junior year to be especially stressful, when compared to other years past, and struggles to find ways to deal with it. “It’s more challenging than I thought it would […]

Sophomore performs in Fringe Festival play

Covi Brannan ’15 took a step toward her dream of professional acting when she performed at the world famous Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland this summer. The play “The Smoking Boy,” written by her mother Jenn Robbins, ran from Aug. 3 to 11. Robbins had been working on the production since 2005 and was approached […]