A few weeks ago, all juniors were asked to rank a list of potential senior English electives based on how much they would want to take them next year.Read More
As much as we like to pride ourselves on our liberal social perspectives and “open” school environment, there remains a taboo surrounding the discussion of race and ethnicity.
Whenever an all-school activity is announced, a slow moving groan of discontent manifests itself in the back of Caswell.
A couple of weeks ago, when the chaos in Egypt first erupted, a nugget of a headline stood out among the barrage of information as I was reading the news: “Is the Egyptian Museum Under Threat?”
Beyond the fact that the Egyptian Revolution may just be the defining moment of our generation, the recent events in North Africa have shed light on one of the greatest American fallacies.
Sitting in Le Pain Quotidien with a friend, I pose a question and hesitantly wait for a response. I know the answer before she begins, and I prepare to be reprimanded.
I stumbled across a discussion of midlife crisis on the radio station KFWB the other day.
Yeah, I’m biracial. I can tell you stories on how the first two rows of my synagogue were occupied by the Chinese side of my…
At Marlborough it’s easy for the students’ voices to get lost. Though Marlborough is a private school that embraces diversity, there are still issues within…