Biology Three Hang Ten

By Meagan Wang On any given day, students walking into the Science Department will most likely be greeted by a colorful array of Hawaiian shirts. Three teachers, all of whom teach AP Biology, are known to always wear Hawaiian shirts. Despite this similarity, Larry Axelrod, Blaise Eitner and Walt Werner insist that they never coordinate […]

Teacher writes articles on surfing, Johnny Cash

By Eli Haims English teacher Chris Rutherford published two articles in the Encyclopedia of American Counterculture, one on the late singer Johnny Cash and the other on surfing. While in graduate school, Rutherford saw a notice from the encyclopedia asking for articles and submitted his. In lieu of payment for his articles, Rutherford accepted a […]

Oxford: no formal classes

By Hannah Rosenberg and Catherine Wang Walking down the cobblestone streets in Oxford with a suitcase the size of a refrigerator, incoming freshman Cody Cohen ’05 arrived at Merton College for the first day of university. Walking up to check-in, Cohen was advised to use his real name, David, instead of his current nickname, Cody, […]