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Here is a photo of my great grandmother Betty with my grandma and sister. On the table is the ring she used to wear that my grandma gifted to me. Although I never got to meet her, I am so fortunate to be named after her.

Learn to love your name: it makes you special

Betti Kobak ’22, Managing Editor October 15, 2021

Looking back at my childhood, having the same name as a mahjong-playing 80-year-old woman did not always please me. I would look around at the Sarah’s and Rebecca’s around me and wonder why no one...

Thrifting is a great shopping method that ensures sustainability and is ethical. There are so many different stores to choose from, and it is also an inexpensive alternative to retail shopping.

How to shop sustainably and ethically

Betti Kobak ’22, Paper Features editor March 11, 2021

Dunkin Donuts’ Valentine’s Day items embrace holiday amid COVID-19

Betti Kobak ’22 and Ella Stoler ’22 February 22, 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBfw4dIBti8

“The Office” left Netflix on Jan. 1, 2021, upsetting viewers of the show. Many shows have previously left Netflix, including classics such as “Friends” and “How I met Your Mother.”

Netflix’s removal of popular shows makes streaming service obsolete

Betti Kobak '22, Paper Features Editor January 22, 2021

Tragic news struck last year when Netflix announced that “The Office” would be leaving Netflix on Jan. 1, 2021. “The Office” fans found this information to be a ticking time bomb, as they did not...

Cancel culture is a very popular way of calling people out on social media. Rather than using a method that addresses one’s errors, cancel culture is being used to tear people down to the extreme. Recently, TikTok stars Charli and Dixie D’Amelio were temporarily canceled for their alleged disrespect in a YouTube video.

Recent controversy proves cancel culture virulent trend

Betti Kobak '22, Paper Features Editor November 25, 2020

If you happened to glance at TikTok for even just a minute this week, chances are you’ve witnessed the turmoil that the D’Amelio sisters got themselves into over their so-called disrespectful behavior...

Students compare this years online school to last years: which is more effective

Samantha Felner '22 and Betti Kobak '22 October 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/samantha-felner/students-compare-this-years-online-school-to-last-years-which-is-more-effective

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