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New York climate change walkout teaches kids how to stand up for what they believe

New York climate change walkout teaches kids how to stand up for what they believe

Izzy Sareen '22, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

In modern day, 11% of the global population is currently vulnerable to climate change; 800 million people suffering each day from something that could have been avoided in the first place, according to Conservation.org.  Climate change is moving around the globe, and it’s not moving slowly. The t...

Changing clothes for P.E. should not always be necessary

Changing clothes for P.E. should not always be necessary

Chelsea Strober '21

January 7, 2019

The bell rings and it is time for me to leave math class and head to P.E. I speed walk to the locker room, dodging anyone in my way. Getting into my change of clothes and making it to class on time is my priority. I arrive, change into a whole new outfit, and make my way to where my class is meeting on...

Finding the “perfect” female President

Finding the “perfect” female President

April 24, 2018

By Abigail Fleming '20 and Mia Daignault '20

The Netflix Dilemma

The Netflix Dilemma

June 14, 2017

By Kevin Ludy '19 As you sit glued to the screen with every technicolor scene drawing you in, time passes by in the blink of an eye. With season one completed, horror strikes as you realize that Netflix is missing the next season of your show. This situation, although slightly dramatized, has...

Feminism board should not be heavily censored

Feminism board should not be heavily censored

April 23, 2017

Melanie Lust ’19 The board placed outside the cafeteria on Monday inflamed an already controversial discussion about feminism in our school. The majority of the post-it notes completing "Feminism is..." said things like "empowering," or "equality for everyone." Others, however, said "unnecessary," "terr...

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