Emily ’10, winner of this issue’s photojournalism contest took a picture of Charlie, the youngest climber on the US team and brother of Emily, climbs the semifinals route at the Junior World Championship for Sports Climbing in Sydney, Australia, August 2008.Read More
For someone who hated “The Scarlet Letter” in both high school and college and has an issue with creative writing professors, Julie Halse Anderson, best-selling author of “Speak”and her newly released book “Wintergirls,” continues her writing career with another fiction masterpiece.
Erica normally swims six days a week with the team, in addition to a few club practices after as well. She has already broken a couple of relay records and hopes to break some individual records as well.
Senior-seventh grade bonding is not too bad. Moans of agony echo throughout the living room. Bodies cower on the gargantuan beanbag and cushioned chairs, and as the door swings open, seniors grimace and wince like they’re vampires seeing daylight. “Seven-twelve buddy activities! Come onto the field!” We succumb.
Huh researches the mystery behind the changing data on billboards (UPDATED POST-ISSUE). When I was little, I was always amazed at billboards that constantly changed numbers. I believed that little minions, like oompa loompas, were behind the billboard working diligently to change numbers.
Three weeks’ worth of casting, writing, rehearsing and more will be condensed into 24 hours for Drama Ensemble’s first ever 24 hour play festival.
Varsity track runner Carlyle ’09 competed in the Simplot Games, a national indoor track event in Idaho, in February. Going against the top track athletes…
To me, the test calendar seems like a myth. I am always told, look at the test calendar to find conflicts during crunch week or given the famous phrase from various teachers “you should be prepared; I put it on the test calendar.” But actually finding it and effectively using it is the real challenge.
Katie ’09 presented the results of her Honors Research project at the International Conference on Comparative Cognition on March 21.