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Embarrassment Hinders Concept of Free Condom Policy

Embarrassment Hinders Concept of Free Condom Policy

Molly Liebergall, Web Managing Editor

June 6, 2016

Embarrassment. It has manifested in the sheepish giggles of fifth graders watching the sex education video. It has graced middle school health rooms, where students noticeably lower their voices when uttering the names of the male and female reproductive organs. It has painted red the cheeks of...

Flawed recycling system disorients students

Abbey Fernandez, Staff Writer

May 30, 2014

Let me paint a scene for you: It’s Friday morning. I’m in Lang and my teacher prints out a New York Times op-ed that she thought the class might enjoy. Right as she begins handing them out, a hand ferociously shoots up, “Will we be tested on this?!” “No,” the teacher sighs. Fast-forward...

Wake Me Up When December Ends

Graphic by Bryan Schiavone '12

December 6, 2009

Carlie Schwaeber '12 Web News Editor I have walked to and from my bus around 4,888 times since kindergarten. I am usually not too self-conscious about admitting to people that I take the bus—­I don’t mind taking it.  However, I draw the line when snow gets involved. When I walk pas...

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