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Coming soon: a look into new english and science classes next year

Coming soon: a look into new english and science classes next year

Zachary Kurtz and Allison Markman April 15, 2021

SLS: Man’s Search for Meaning Through Literature and Film “Film reminds us that it's not just how fast you read or how well you analyze — it's also about learning to be a better,...

Coming soon: a look into new history courses next year

Coming soon: a look into new history courses next year

Celine Kiriscioglu, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

African American History Next year, the History Department will introduce an African American history class, which will move chronologically from the first arrival of Africans to the New...

Institutional Hooks: Exploring the college process

Institutional Hooks: Exploring the college process

Hanna Hornfeld and Katya Tolunsky March 22, 2021

Institutional hooks — including legacy, donations, and having parents who work as faculty or serve on the board of a collegiate institution — have long played a role in the college process. Speculations...

Valentine's Day Crossword

Valentine’s Day Crossword

Henry Owens, Features Editor February 19, 2021

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Adriana De La Rosa cooks up a storm

Adriana De La Rosa cooks up a storm

Mia Calzolaio and Liliana Greyf February 18, 2021

Head Cashier FLIK Staff Member Adriana De La Rosa watches hundreds of students eat stewed chicken with rice and fried plantains in the Cohen Dining Commons every week. Then, she goes home and cooks the...

From fashion to FLIK: Valarie Daphinis’s path to HM

From fashion to FLIK: Valarie Daphinis’s path to HM

Mia Calzolaio and Liliana Greyf February 18, 2021

“They call me silly lady because I always have something funny to say,” Catering Attendant FLIK staff member Valarie Daphinis said. She prepares and serves lunch in the cafeteria, and she earned...

Relationship Advice: Couples’ secrets to success

February 18, 2021

Lexi Stein & Eddie Mantz There are two essential components when it comes to dating during a pandemic. The first would be to make sure both individuals have mutual respect for...

Teachers grapple with facilitating discussions concerning race

Teachers grapple with facilitating discussions concerning race

Emma Colacino and Claire Goldberg February 5, 2021

Following the death of George Floyd last June, Orchestra teacher Nathan Hetherington instructed his students to take 60 seconds of peace to reflect on the event, he said. After the 60 seconds, Hetherington...

Meet our nurses: Nancy Jensen

Meet our nurses: Nancy Jensen

Emily Sun, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

School nurse Nancy Jensen was halfway through an endoscopy when the patient began to throw up. The doctor, who was pregnant at the time, became sick as well upon seeing the patient. Rather than panic,...

Meet our nurses: DeAnna Cooper

Meet our nurses: DeAnna Cooper

AJ Walker, Staff Writer February 5, 2021

“I will be home with my three kids, so be prepared for some little faces on Zoom,” school nurse DeAnna Cooper wrote in an email leading up to a Zoom interview. During the interview, amidst the noise...

STUDENT EXPERIMENTS: A WEEK WITHOUT… video games…

John Mauro February 1, 2021

Sunday 11:09 p.m. After tirelessly searching for a willing victim for the “no video games for a week” challenge without success, I decide to submit myself to the mercies of The Record and become...

STUDENT EXPERIMENTS: A WEEK WITHOUT… a phone…

Sabrina Freidus February 1, 2021

Monday, January 25th. 11:04 pm Today was my first day with no phone! I think it went pretty well. I was anxious to find my friends during break and during frees. We usually text each other to...

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