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Novices sweep at Vanderbilt

In a weekend full of fall foliage and gavels, student delegates put their best foot forward at the Vanderbilt University Model United Nations conference (VUMUN), which took place Nov. 2-4. … Keep Reading


Cold Weather < Enhancing Journalism Skills

Facing weather in the high thirties to forties, fourteen journalism students, alongside their advisors Ms. Diana Adams and Mrs. Ashley Hendricks travelled to Chicago to attend the co-organized Journalism Education … Keep Reading

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Calculating a switch (back)

Just like a baseball bat does not define a baseball player’s skill, the use of scientific calculators does not mirror the math skills of a student. Due to constant repetition … Keep Reading

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Thai’d up in business

Strolling through the hundreds of street markets in Bangkok, senior Mia Bromberg stumbled across two men selling wallets and passport covers. However, for her, this encounter would come to represent … Keep Reading


The Ghostly Origins of Halloween

While Halloween may seem like a bipolar holiday containing both frightening figures and cheerful children running around collecting candy, the holiday actually involves a more “spirited” background. … Keep Reading

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Play Preview: Tartuffe

In an unconventional rendition of a classic play, our junior and senior students will perform an Old West inspired version of “Tartuffe” written by French playwright Molière. Dr. David Klein, … Keep Reading

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