Leaders, trainees bond on Peer Support retreat

By Maddy Baxter Peer Support trainees and leaders bonded over the ropes course and other activities at the retreat on the weekend of Sept. 10-12. The retreat was at Camp Hess Kramer in Malibu and it was a chance for the students to get to know each other and make new friends. The students left […]

Cholesterol: the quick facts

  By Daniel Rothberg igh cholesterol runs in Beanie Feldstein’s ’11 family. When Feldstein was 5 years old, her pediatrician ordered a blood test and discovered that she had high cholesterol. Since then, in an effort to lower her cholesterol, Feldstein has eliminated sugar and dairy from her diet and exercises frequently. Hypercholesterolemia (elevated cholesterol) […]

Students to sing for cause at the Roxy

By Daniel Rothberg Seven students will participate in a concert June 10 at the Roxy benefiting the Painted Turtle Camp, which works to provide resources for kids with illnesses. The students have been performing under the name of “Theatre Geeks of America,” or TGA. TGA will sing songs from the Broadway shows “Wicked,” “Spring Awakening” […]