The Skipping-Breakfast Club

Breakfast literally means breaking the fast (the fast being the time when you were sleeping), and is cited by nutritionists, dieticians and doctors as being important in resupplying the body with the necessary nutrients. However, some students say that the pressures of school work coupled with the early-morning rush to get to school makes breakfast […]

Live Game Coverage: Homecoming 2012

The Chronicle provided live play-by-play Twitter coverage for all four varsity games at Homecoming. The Chronicle canceled its live video broadcast of football due to technical difficulties but will continue to provide play-by-play coverage through Twitter starting at kickoff at 7:30 p.m. Read our Homecoming recap of all four varsity games>> Varsity Field Hockey vs. […]

Junior verbally commits to North Carolina

Pitcher and third baseman Jack Flaherty ’14 verbally committed Sept. 26 to play for University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Flaherty will join Wolverine teammate and Georgia Tech commit Arden Pabst ’13 in the Atlantic Coast Conference, better known as the ACC. “I’m really lucky to have the opportunity to be going to a great […]

Football closes non-league play with 4th win

After surrendering two touchdowns in the first quarter, the varsity football team shut out the El Camino Real Conquistadors for the next three and scored 49 unanswered points to win its fourth straight game on Friday, Sept. 21 by a final score of 56-14. Quarterback Chad Kanoff ’13 threw for four touchdowns and rushed for […]

Group researches stem cells

As Kevin Adler ’13 walks into a lab at the University of Southern California’s Eli and Edythe Blythe Broad Center for Stem Cell Research, he grabs his lab coat and prepares a water bath for the media he will work with that day. Adler spent eight weeks working with aditose derived stem cells as a […]

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