Seaside will always be an option for school breaks, but camping in the wilderness of Boundary Waters Minnesota with Ben Ewing won’t be. Isdell Center for Global Leadership (ICGL) trips are back this school year! Trips will be domestic in regards to the ongoing pandemic. Departing March 4, the springContinue Reading

Last December, senior Sloan Baker and I discussed her camp friend’s female-led nonprofit organization. Ariel Beck started Girls Who Start to inspire, build and connect young women surrounding entrepreneurship. The club showcases female entrepreneurial speakers for their club members. Some highlights have been Jeni Bauer, founder of Jeni’s Ice Cream,Continue Reading

Due to the initial COVID-19 lockdown, many were stuck at home with nothing but Netflix and Postmates. Gyms were closed, and everyone was left to 15-minute Chloe Ting workouts that didn’t really produce results. The country had to prioritize coronavirus safety over personal fitness.  Gym sharks Ted Ward and RobertContinue Reading

On Jan. 26, fellow sophomores Gabriel Kadoori and Mollie Meyerowitz, along with myself, hopped on a flight to an experience we have been looking forward to for months. Alexander Muss High School in Israel (AMHSI) is different from any other semester abroad program, forming a community of Jewish teens fromContinue Reading

As 2019 comes to a close, the science department anticipates the arrival of Dr. Tahseen Kazi. Dr. Kazi will teach Mrs. Korb’s previous three physics classes beginning at the start of the second semester.  Having been a teacher for 10 years, Dr. Kazi is inspired by investigating how things workContinue Reading