Alumnus advises students on high-stakes entrepeneurship

By Eli Haims and Elana Zeltser Scott Becker ’05, who sold a company he co-founded to Google for $70 million last year, spoke to a nearly packed Rugby Auditorium March 14 at break. Later in the day, he met with students in the Emery Room for a lunch reception, Upper School Mathematics Department Chair Paula […]

Deans start college scavenger hunt

  By Alex Leichenger The deans instituted a “College Knowledge” scavenger hunt for this year’s junior class in an effort to make the college research process more informative and enjoyable. The scavenger hunt was assigned Tuesday of the week before Thanksgiving break. Students in teams of two or three were required to answer 40 questions […]

Questioning faith

  By Hana Al-Henaid and Michelle Nosratian For the past year or so, Robby Mack ’10 could not figure out what to put as his religion on Facebook. Many do not give much thought to the label, but for Mack, the inability to answer that particular question represents his difficulty identifying wholly with one religion, […]

Honor Overboard

By Alexia Boyarsky One sunny day in March, my English class was working on a take-home essay in the library tech center. After reading a poem that referenced the term “lily white boy,” a classmate and I decided to Google search it to look up the potential cultural implications. Unfortunately, the very first link happened […]