Thanks for the Pranks: A History of Senior Pranks

Thanks for the Pranks: A History of Senior Pranks

When Dylan Wan ’18 emerged from the Head Prefect election assembly March 23, he immediately noticed that his backpack was not in the same location as he had originally left it. Making his way through the crowd of jostling students, he finally came upon a massive heap of backpacks piled in front of the cafeteria […]

Finding a second home among friends

By Mary Rose Fissinger My high school career in 400-600 words. A daunting task, which is mostly the reason I’ve waited until the morning the paper has to be finished to write it. I got here at 7:50, even though I don’t have class until 10:15, so I could force myself to get it done […]

Long-lost memories

by Nickj Resnikoff The end of any school year brings finals and APs, the promise of sleeping in and sunbathing at the beach every day. It is marked also by yearbooks and along with them the time to recall memories to scribble in the inside covers and inserts. Entries usually feature a standard message like, […]

Antioch Review published poem

By Lauren Seo “Charon’s Humor,” a poem written by English Department Chair Laurence Weber was published in the summer issue of the Antioch Review. “You hear it’s accepted, and then there’s a lay off time, and then it happens,” he said. “It’s very exciting.” Weber wrote “Charon’s Humor” three years ago as a narrative of […]