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Commitment Issues: Committed athletes discuss the pressures they face in the years leading up to college.

Commitment Issues: Committed athletes discuss the pressures they face in the years leading up to college.

Harry Tarses October 20, 2021

Duke University offered Grace Thrower '23 a spot on their volleyball team,  she said her work had just begun. . Thrower said that although her peers expect her to experience less academic pressure, the...

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High Stakes: The First Reveal

Sharon Chow January 28, 2016

The All-Around: When Virginia* ’16 was deferred from Princeton, she was really disappointed since it was her dream school. However, she used this deferral as a motivation to regain her focus in school...

High Stakes: Choosing early schools

Sydney Foreman September 25, 2013

Melvin*, The Brain The college process has not changed much for Melvin since August but he is now certain he will apply Early Action to the University of Michigan. He is also sure he will apply to the...

Pitcher, swimmer named to Daily News All-Area First Teams

Elijah Akhtarzad June 14, 2013

Softball pitcher Chloe Pendergast ’13 and swimmer Kassie Shannon ’13 were honored as members of the Daily News' All-Area First Teams for their respective sports this week. The Cornell University commit...

P.E. teacher to leave after 19 years

Enya Huang May 29, 2013

Middle school physical education teacher Steve Chen is leaving next year to "give the insurance business [his] full attention," he said. He has worked at Farmers Insurance for the past five months as a...

Senior runner wins event at national track invitational

February 26, 2012

By Julius Pak Two days after playing in a grueling CIF quarterfinal girls’ soccer match, runner Cami Chapus ’12 won her event at the Brooks PR Invitational. Chapus finished first in...

Track star Hansson chooses Duke

November 15, 2010

By Luke Holthouse Three-time All-American sprinter Lauren Hansson ’11 has committed to Duke University. Duke’s Division I Women’s Track and Field team was ranked fourth overall...

Siblings get along even in close proximity

April 25, 2007

By Karen Aquino Like many siblings, Gillian and David Berry ’09 get along well, occasionally bickering yet always eventually resolving their differences. The Berry siblings do have two distinguishing...

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