USC lab opens 3 spots to students

By Julia Aizuss Three students will have the chance to participate in an eight-week internship program researching stem cells at University of Southern California this summer. Current juniors and seniors are eligible to apply for one of three spots in the USC Early Investigator High School Summer Program in Stem Cell Research. The Upper School […]

Seniors win national moot court competition

By Daniel Rothberg Ben Dreier ’11 and Andrew Hartford ’11 won the Duke National Moot Court competition on Sunday, Feb. 27 in Durham, N.C. Dreier and Liza Wohlberg ’13 took second and eighth place for the individual speaker awards.  Though the other team of Wohlberg and Micah Sperling ’12 did not qualify for the quarterfinals, […]

David Eckardt '03 responds to science teacher David Hinden

Athletic competitions thrive on the support of the fan base. The cheering is what fuels the team being supported … this goes without saying. Additionally, distracting noises directed toward the opposing team (such as a constant yell from the crowd during an audible in football or a free throw in basketball) are what make home […]

Mock Trial finishes final competition for season

Sade Tavangarian The Mock Trial West Team made it to semifinals and the Lake Team made it to quarterfinals this year. The two teams finished their final competition before Thanksgiving break. The Lake Team reached the third round before losing to the West Team, which placed in the semifinals on Nov. 24 and was in […]

Seniors triumph in international trial competition

By Michael Kaplan  The two-person team of Melissa Saphier ’08 and Danielle Kolin ’08 won the Duke University International Moot Court Competition, held last weekend in Durham. The team of Josh Oreman ’09 and Julia Hahn ’09 made it to the quarterfinals before they were eliminated. The 50 teams in the two-day competition dealt with a hypothetical case […]