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Emma Miller 23 peruses the Stone-Cutters Winter Tabloid while walking through the library shelves.

Stone-Cutters releases Winter Tabloid

Jina Jeon March 28, 2022

Stone-Cutters, the school’s literary arts magazine, released their Winter Tabloid on March 24. The Stone-Cutters Club, which meets every cycle and releases two to three issues per year, compiled submissions...

Illustration Credit: Sydney Fener

The Mittle-man on Campus: Under the Mistletoe

Sarah Mittleman, Opinion Editor December 13, 2021

‘The Mittle-man on Campus’ is a satirical column centered around high school clichés and the teenage experience. None of the articles in this column are representative of the opinions of The Chronicle...

Holiday Happenings

Sydney Fener December 11, 2020

“My family and I get a tree every year. We have a holiday tradition where we play remixes of holiday songs on the way there and back, and at home we name the tree something cute. I also have to carry...

Winter Jazz Concert

Sophia Musante December 12, 2019

Jazz band members play their instruments as they perform in a collaborative piece. Members of Jazz Ensemble, Studio Jazz Band and Jazz Band gathered to perform in their winter concert in Rugby Auditorium...

The season for sad films

The season for sad films

Spencer Klink December 11, 2019

It is Saturday evening, and I am rewatching Paul Thomas Anderson’s movie “Magnolia,” fully knowing that I will cry multiple times throughout the film’s three-hour runtime. Watching sad films like...

Junior holds holiday movie screening

Frank Jiang December 14, 2018

In order to help diminish students' stress over the upcoming midterms, Prefect Council screened holiday movies for students and faculty in Rugby Theatre on Friday. “I think the movies were a fun way...

Illustration by Sam Ko 19 and Kyra Hudson 20.

‘Tis the Season: Dating in High School

Zoe Redlich December 12, 2018

As Noah Aire ’20 scrolled through Amazon to find holiday gifts for his father, he quickly became overwhelmed by the flood of advertisements promoting gifts for significant others. After a few more minutes...

Prefects host winter-themed Coffeehouse

Prefects host winter-themed Coffeehouse

Khyra Stiner December 5, 2018

Students performed at the second Coffeehouse of the year in the Feldman-Horn gallery Dec. 3. Prefect Council organized the winter-themed event in conjunction with the art showcase as a way to showcase...

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Around the World in 14 Days: Student Experiences Over Winter Break

Danielle Kaye February 2, 2017

During winter break, many students and their families traveled abroad to perform community service or gain exposure to other cultures. Some opted to celebrate holidays such as Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa...

Students take a picture in a photo booth in the lounge as part of the Winterfest activities. Credit: Jenny Li/Chronicle

Community celebrates break with winter festivities

Jenny Li December 8, 2016

Students dressed up in ski gear, onesies and more this week for the annual Winterfest celebrations in anticipation of Winter Break. Social Committee and Prefect Council chose to continue the tradition...

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