Seniors count days to graduation

On Friday, Feb. 15, at 9:00 a.m., the development office organized a breakfast for the senior class in the library to celebrate 98 days until the class graduates and therefore becomes alumni. Prior to the breakfast, Form 6 Dean and Spanish teacher Ronald Garcia sent out an email to the entire grade on Friday, Feb. […]

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Reflection

News Day always began promptly at school at 8:00 a.m., but I was in New York City on this particular Sunday, so I woke up at 5:30 a.m. to make it happen.If you had told me I would have to do this three years ago, I would have looked at you in disbelief. I originally […]

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Girls basketball secures key win

On Saturday, Feb. 23, the girls varsity basketball team secured their first win of the season and beat Canterbury School 50-38. Senior Co-captain forward Jane Dunbar said when reflecting on the season that her favorite game was against Canterbury, which was also her senior day. “My favorite part of the season was definitely the last […]

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Teen trivia raises money for BTA

On Friday, Feb. ,1 from 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. students of all ages gathered to compete in the annual CT Brain Tumor Alliance (CTBTA) Teen Trivia Night in Mead Dining Hall. Six years ago, Austin Lemkuil ’16 and Andrew Lemkuil ’16 started this event because their mother was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Now, […]

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Roasting myself: Lian Wolman

No need to fear, Lian Wolman is here to bring back the “Roast Myself” segment of the opinions section. For those who have never read a “Roast Myself” article, it is pretty self explanatory. It is basically when a person takes on the task of roasting themselves in around 600 words. Usually people focus on […]

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We’re all in this together

While the entire school shares a cafeteria the Upper School and Middle School paths do not cross over very often because of the drastically different daily schedules. There are a few programs that do bring the Upper School students and Middle School students together; however, many of the programs only reach a select number of […]

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Pinero hosts bake sale

On Monday, Nov. 3, and Tuesday, Nov. 4, during lunch one and two junior Josie Pinero hosted a bake sale to raise money for the Greater Harvest North Church Capital Campaign Building Fund. On Sunday, Dec. 2, Josie sent out an email to remind the community about her upcoming bake sale outlining the purpose of […]

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