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Freshmen participate in first mandatory PSAT9

Freshmen participate in first mandatory PSAT9

Roxy Augeri ’20 and Allie D’Angelo ’20

April 2, 2019


Filed under Broadcast, Features, Features

Dozens of people arrested in alleged college admissions scam

Dozens of people arrested in alleged college admissions scam

March 13, 2019


Filed under News, Top Stories

Emily Stone '20 Over four dozen people, including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, have been charged in a nationwide college admission cheating scandal based off of evidence released by the FBI and US Attorney’s office. According to court records released on March 12, wealthy parents...

Test scores should not define future

Test scores should not define future

Mia Daignault '20

November 27, 2018


Filed under Opinions

2020 is the year I graduate, the year I pack up all my bags, and the year I begin my journey elsewhere. But 2018 is the year I prepare myself to choose where I want to begin that journey. This is the year I visit college counselors, guidance counselors and potential schools. But it’s hard to enjoy th...

Standardized essays prove inaccurate, unnecessary

Standardized essays prove inaccurate, unnecessary

Eddie Kiev '20, Web News Editor

October 4, 2018


Filed under Opinions

By Eddie Kiev ’20   As you prepare to take the SAT or ACT, you will inevitably encounter the optional essay. You knew about the dreaded multiple choice sections, but the essay? You ponder whether or not to take it. Students have encountered frequent problems with essay scores not aligning with mul...

Stop shoving tests down our throats

Stop shoving tests down our throats

September 18, 2018


Filed under Opinions

By Maya Brodows ’20   It’s early Saturday morning. Many people of the town remain blissfully asleep, whilst others enjoy the start to a great weekend. Some are playing with their young children, others are flipping pancakes. Yet, for juniors across the country, Saturdays have beco...

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