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Initiative on In-Person Issues

Caroline Jacoby March 1, 2021

As students log into their classes each day, many experience chronic Zoom fatigue compounded by an excess of assignments from teachers, some of whom have not made significant changes to accommodate students...

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When home-work doesn’t work

Sarah Mittleman December 11, 2020

When the news first broke that school would continue online for the next two weeks, sounds of joy and excitement echoed across campus. Students lugged their textbooks home, eager for a much-needed break....

Bonding Between the Bandwidths

Julian Andreone October 14, 2020

Although we students are constrained to virtual learning environments, it remains crucial that we engage in them cooperatively and enthusiastically; the connections they promote are extremely important...

Football hosts contest with New York school

Marine Degryse June 3, 2020

The football program competed in a virtual sports competition against Poly Prep Country Day School, located in New York, on April 24 in what is being called “the 400.” The competition consists of...

School to continue using Zoom despite nationwide Zoom bombing episodes

Siobhan Harms April 15, 2020

New York City schools suspended the use of Zoom last week over security concerns, according to an article from the U.S. News & World Report, days after an FBI Public Service Announcement cited a recent...

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