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Students active in the work arena outside of school

Students active in the work arena outside of school

Ava Simunovic '20 and Zach Horowitz '19

January 9, 2019

It’s a hug and then off to their dreams

It’s a hug and then off to their dreams

June 7, 2018

By Mia Daignault ’20   It’s all my family talks about. It’s the chit chatter at the dinner table. It’s the next post on social media and it’s the next life of graduates as they leave their childhood homes. The inevitable has arrived: the year that my brother leaves for college. Yet I...

Getting through the first quarter of AP classes

Getting through the first quarter of AP classes

Becca Rawiszer, Opinion Web Editor

October 29, 2015

The first quarter of junior year is a long and windy road. There is the struggle of balancing standardized test preparation with the heavier school workload, the stress of thinking about college and, of course, the lethal AP classes that many students aren’t used to. The thing about AP classes is that teachers will warn you, guidance counselors will w...

Warning against trigger warnings

Warning against trigger warnings

September 22, 2014

Remember when you were a little kid, and you weren’t allowed to stay up late and watch the news? It was probably because your parents wanted to shelter you from hearing about all the bad happenings in the world – like murder, rape and robbery. Something similar is happening in schools, mostly...

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