Going Viral: Last month, illness related absences reached an all time high in one of the worst flu seasons to date

Going Viral: Last month, illness related absences reached an all time high in one of the worst flu seasons to date

It wasn’t until she couldn’t stand up without getting a headache that Alyse Tran ’18 finally decided she was too sick to come to school. She had endured three days of body aches to avoid missing class, but eventually her flu symptoms became too debilitating to ignore. “I had a lot of tests and labs due […]

Mock trial team holds tryouts, selects members

The mock trial team selected 16 members, 15 with roles and one substitute member. Roles included witnesses, defendants, prosecutors and judges. Leaders held tryouts for all interested upper school students Sept. 21. “[The tryouts] were more successful than expected,” team co-captain Ravi Durairaj ’17 said. “We had a lot of people try out, and we […]

Students turn to ‘The West Wing’ for political inspiration

By Erin Moy Carleigh Coyne ’10 has been getting intimate with the White House. She knows the Cabinet members’ positions on hot-button topics, has overheard many private conversations between the President and his advisors and can navigate the halls of the West Wing adeptly. Moreover, she has learned all of this over the course of […]