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November 22, 2010 | Shoes for Haitians

November 22, 2010 | Shoes for Haitians

November 22, 2010

11:48 a.m. Brianne Birch '12  drops off a pair of shoes into the “Shoes for Work” box in the front of the Staples. This shoe drive is collecting slightly used shoes for the people of Haiti who are trying to rebuild their lives after the tragic earthquake. For more information visit: www.Haiti...

Not A Typical Salesman: Monde Thrives in the Nike SB Shoe Biz

Will Monde '11 sits comfortably amongst his emense collection of sneakers. | Photo by Madeline Hardy '11

February 24, 2010

Unlike the price of a conventional running sneaker, Nike SB (skateboarding) shoes are priced based on the hype and the quality of materials used on a given pair of shoes. Will Monde ’11, a newcomer to this buyer-seller market, entered this entrepreneurial escapade with little knowledge, but w...

3-Dimensional Television: Expensive, Useless, and a Hassle

Graphic by Jonathan Foster.

February 24, 2010

Jonathan Foster '11 Staff Writer Watching film in 3D has been around since the beginning of the twentieth century, and since then has made great strides, adding depth to many movies, such as the new hit, Avatar. Although this technology has only been used in movie theaters, coming in 2010, people will be able to watch television in 3D, right in the...

Making a Holiday List is Very Difficult

Graphic by Caroline Wu '13

December 6, 2009

It’s almost the winter holidays. That means another year of indecision and disappointment among teenagers. As the time draws closer, everybody is asking themselves the same question. What do I want? That’s a question that is surprisingly difficult to answer. Some people ask for money so they c...

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