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Sophomores balance control and choice on their research paper

Sophomores balance control and choice on their research paper

Jackie Cope and Jessica Gross

March 16, 2014

Often referred to as “the guinea pig year,” the 2014 sophomores have been no strangers to change. The once solid foundations of junior year have become shakier and shakier as this year goes on. So far, sophomores have been told they will get to choose between AP Language or AP English Literature, a c...

Common App Glitches Frustrates Students

Common App Glitches Frustrates Students

Jessica Gross and Amina Abdul-Kareem

March 16, 2014

Think your Common App is in good shape? Guess again. According to Guidance, a number of students have discovered that pieces of their app are not visible to colleges though the students’ own Common App sites show they are. The problems have existed all year and continue to exist, Guidance Counsel...

Freshman wins the “write” way

Freshman wins the “write” way

Jessica Gross, Web News Editor

February 28, 2014

When talking to James O’Brien ’17, it’s easy to feel a bit green with envy. His sunny disposition and red-hot confidence can make you kinda blue, especially considering his recent accomplishment. “Orange” is O’Brien’s gripping science-fiction short story, and, out of all New England,...

Staples takes no part in body art

Staples takes no part in body art

Jessica Gross, Web News Editor

November 4, 2013

Tattoos are the ultimate form of self-expression.  Whether it’s sentimental, religious, or it just looks cool, men and women have been tattooing for ages.  They’re extremely popular today, in almost every aspect of pop culture and fashion. Likewise, piercings, are a unique way to personalize...

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