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Getting to know the new class presidents

The Student Government Association (SGA) held annual class elections that would crown next year's class presidents Monday, March 9 . The results showed that junior Zaneer Mitha, sophomore Julian Villegas and freshman Mudit Marwaha became the upcoming school year’s class … Keep Reading


RECAP: SGA Open Forum

SGA held its most recent forum Feb. 13, where Upper School Assistant Principal Mrs. Melissa Becerra made a surprise appearance and helped address questions. For a recap of everything asked and answered, see below. … Keep Reading


Experiencing Ellis Island

Almost a century ago, immigrants from Europe spent months preparing to enter America. They often went through physical and medical testing at Ellis Island in order to enter the county. With this year's annual immigration day held Friday, March 13, … Keep Reading


Questions on Corona: Q&A with Mrs. Blum

School president Dr. Douglas Laurie sent out an email to students at 12:30 PM Friday, March 13 announcing the school’s closing next week and shift to digital classes the week of March 30 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. … Keep Reading

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Stopping a rumor in its tracks

As certain media groups contradict each other, they prove that fake news output has grown in the past few years. These fake news articles, meant to sway people politically, sometimes fall into the hands of people who don’t further research … Keep Reading


Cut the Tampon Tax. Period.

Almost every female who passes puberty experiences the menstrual cycle and uses menstrual products. In states that still have the tampon tax, these products, whether they are tampons, pads, or any other type of menstrual products, are taxed the same … Keep Reading


Creating monotone media

At this point, without a new addition to the social media world, online communication no longer holds its appeal. The new decade holds hope for innovations in this static system, with new technology developing every day. … Keep Reading

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Paging Dr. Teacher

While most teachers prefer simply teaching, others enjoy sitting in the classroom themselves to advance their educations in graduate school. … Keep Reading


How to stay fit while quarantined

With sports cancelled and gym closures due to the COVID-19 outbreak, even athletes could struggle with remaining in shape. However, it is not impossible to stay fit and active safely while in quarantine. Here are a few ways to stay … Keep Reading


Caring for other species during corona

Moving through the unchartered waters of COVID-19 can pose a challenge to all. While many of us may be focused on foraging for toilet paper and hand sanitizer, eighth-grader Sydney Herzbrun had a more charitable activity in mind. … Keep Reading

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Spotlight: Ellie Lim

Lim moved to Florida from Chicago when she was six years old. While living in Chicago, she went to see an orchestra perform. From there, she realized she had a passion for violin and began taking private lessons. … Keep Reading

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