8 debaters compete in Chile, Turkey and Czech Republic

By Jack Goldfisher Eight students competed at international debate tournaments in Chile, Turkey, and the Czech Republic during the summer. Amelia Miller ’15, Sara Evall ’15, Timothy Song ’15, Tommy Choi ’14, Luke Holthouse ’13, Miranda Van Iderstine ’13, Elle Wilson ’13 and Michelle Choi ’12 each attended one of the World Schools Debate Championships […]

Opting out of cyberspace

By Julie Barzilay Senior Ditch Day, numerous Prom limousines and Peer Support sleepovers have all been planned and organized via “Groups” and “Event” pages on Facebook.com this year.  Facebook messages have virtually replaced invitations, and clicking “attending,” “maybe attending,” or “not attending” has pretty much supplanted the process of an “RSVPing” among many high school […]

FAC to vote on proposed second break

By Nicki Resnikoff The Prefect Council has proposed a second break period in addition to the one on Mondays, which they hope will be approved and become effective early this year. The idea was conceived at the beginning of last year. The proposal is meant to address the problem of a lack of free time […]

Bel Canto to visit east coast

By Lauren Seo Bel Canto will be traveling to the east coast this spring break on their annual tour. This all-woman choir directed by Roger Guerrero is made up of 27 girls from the sophomore, junior and senior classes. The girls will be leaving for New York City and Boston next Monday and will return […]