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Why Switching to the New Daily Schedule is Not the Solution

Why Switching to the New Daily Schedule is Not the Solution

June 10, 2017

By Charles Colasurdo '18 The announcement of the new schedule for the 2017-18 school year has been met with both praise, criticism and confusion. Proponents tout the proposed efficiency and ease of use of “A, B, C and D” days. Opponents say that it fails to address the stagnation of the current...

You snooze, you win?

Alexa Davis, Staff Writer

October 6, 2014

As soon as the first alarm clock sounds, it seems as if every teenager instinctively slams the snooze button, yearning to get those few extra minutes of sleep before the long day of school begins. The students’ sleepiness drags into the day, affecting the way kids perform in school and after school...

An unhealthy dose of Christmas

December 22, 2010

Last Christmas morning, no explosive holiday spirit emerged from my room. I did not wake up first, or sprint down the stairs in utter excitement, or satisfyingly stare the plethora of presents five hours after they had been arranged. No, on my Christmas morning I woke up at nine a.m. with a humidifier at my side, thre...

North Avenue Subjected to Road Paving

North Avenue Subjected to Road Paving

October 28, 2010

Dana Rappaport '11 Web Managing Editor Typical weekday mornings on North Avenue are known for bumper to bumper up until Staples’ 7:30 a.m. start time. However, since the commencement of North Avenue’s road paving project on Oct. 25 the traffic has increased. Construction begins around 7:00 a....

Walkers Beat Wheels to Get to School on Time

Photo courtesy of SXC

April 6, 2010

Rachel Chernok '10 A&E Editor There is nothing like sitting in the never ending line of traffic on North Avenue at 7:25 a.m., knowing there is absolutely no way of getting to class on time. Yet once in awhile, a walker is spotted. From the distance, it seems impossible for that person to get ...

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