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Students adapt to a COVID summer

Linnea Jagenberg ’21 and her sister, Bella Jagenberg ’19, launched their own clothing company, Ava & Gray, in efforts to make a line of affordable and unique graphics that reflected their personal styles. The sisters lauched the business during quarantine and have been working on it ever since.

Remy Teltser '21, Managing Editor

September 8, 2020

For most, summer consisted of socially distant trips to Compo beach, masked excursions to local shops and small outdoor get-togethers. Students nationwide were forced to cancel previously established summer plans and acclimatize to the pandemic precautions these past school-free months.  Some found themsel...

Summer at sleepaway camps currently remains in jeopardy

Sleepaway camps are unsure of what their summer will look like.

Brooke Dembin '22 and Charley Guthartz '22, Business Manager and Sports Editor

May 15, 2020

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Keeping camps closed would ensure safety, authenticity

Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, some camps are deciding to remain open but have many restrictions to avoid spreading and receiving the virus.

Carly Kaplowitz '21, Features Editor

April 30, 2020

Summer camp is a place where all your worries subside and there is not a care in the world. There is no stress that you slept through your alarm or forgot to hand your paper in for class, and the biggest anxiety is if you will make it in time to the dining hall before the grilled cheese runs out.  ...

COVID-19 threatens summer plans

Due to the continuous outbreak of COVID-19, many student summer programs are expected to be cancelled or have already been cancelled.

Katie Simons '22 and Ella Alpert '22

April 21, 2020

Olympics could be postponed, students react

The summer Olympics was supposed to start July 23, 2020, but there is uncertainty if it will happen at all.

Jacob Greenberger '22

March 30, 2020

Olympic qualifying across different sports and regions around the world continues to be suspended due to increasing concerns over coronavirus. The men’s soccer qualifiers were the first to be canceled by the Olympic committee in what is now a very long list of postponed or suspended events. The 2020 Olympics i...

How to prepare your wardrobe for the summer

How to prepare your wardrobe for the summer

Abby Fleming '20 and Mia Daignault '20

June 4, 2019

Abby Fleming '20 and Mia Daignault '20

Putting students’ summer plans to the test

Putting students’ summer plans to the test

Lauren Wasserman '19 and Kevin Ludy 19', Staff writers

May 25, 2019

Continuing Educations offers summer courses for credit

The Continuing Education Summer Program provides students with a chance to get ahead or simply obtain new knowledge during the summer months. Last year, 84 students registered for summer High School Credit Courses, which cost $1,300 for six week.

Natalie Bandura '22

February 26, 2019

Swimming at the beach, going to camp, traveling- we think of summer vacation as a blissful time free of homework or exams when students can rest and enjoy themselves before the school year starts again. Yet for some, summer is the perfect time to head back to the classrooms and learn something new, get...

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