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Author Irshad Manji teaches Class of 2023 about the psychology of arguments

Emily Sun, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

In human psychology, there is an ironclad law: if you wish to be heard, you must first be willing to hear,” said Irshad Manji, author of Don’t Label Me: How to Do Diversity Without Inflaming...

Professors Taylor and Pellow discuss environmental racism at latest UD History Speaker Series

Professors Taylor and Pellow discuss environmental racism at latest UD History Speaker Series

Katya Tolunsky, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

Professor Dorceta Taylor called for students to demand the school hire people of color (POC) at Dorr during a larger discussion with Professor David Pellow about environmental justice and racism in the...

Shuchman (10) wins Lang fan American Constitutional Oratorical Competition

Shuchman (10) wins Lang fan American Constitutional Oratorical Competition

Jade Ciriello, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

Ariela Shuchman (10) won the school's annual Langfan American Constitutional Oratorical Competition for a speech proposing a Constitutional amendment that would ban automatic and semi-automatic assault...

Students ages 16 and older receive COVID-19 vaccine

Students ages 16 and older receive COVID-19 vaccine

Emma Colacino and Jiya Chatterjee April 15, 2021

Many Upper Division (UD) students have begun to receive doses of coronavirus vaccines since April 6, when residents of New York ages 16 and older became eligible to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19...

Science Olympiad advances to State Tournament

Science Olympiad advances to State Tournament

Rachel Baez and Clio Rao April 15, 2021

15 members of the school’s Science Olympiad team competed in the Science Olympiad State Tournament against more than 40 other teams on Saturday, April 10. Although scoring has not yet been finalized,...

Raymond Bernard shares his memories of the Algerian Revolution with French Seminar class

Liliana Greyf, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

Raymond Bernard Zoomed into French teacher Caroline Dolan’s French Seminar class to speak about his experience growing up during the Algerian Revolution, a war which ultimately led to the nation’s...

Against female Asian American discrimination: Feminist Student Association invites Justice Toko Serita to speak

Against female Asian American discrimination: Feminist Student Association invites Justice Toko Serita to speak

Hanna Hornfeld and Sean Lee March 22, 2021

At yesterday’s Feminist Student Association (FSA) meeting, Acting New York State Supreme Court Justice Toko Serita discussed reimagining the prosecution of women arrested for sex work “Within my role...

HM Parents Association benefit raises over one million dollars

HM Parents Association benefit raises over one million dollars

Lauren Ho and Jade Ciriello March 22, 2021

The Horace Mann Parents Association (HMPA) benefit, “A Brave New World,” raised over $1 million, breaking records in terms of funds raised, underwriters secured, and event attendees. Approximately...

Model Congress excels at Columbia conference

Claire Goldberg, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

The Model Congress team showcased debate skills and political knowledge at the Columbia Model Congress Conference last weekend, earning honorable mentions for members Owen Heidings (10), Malcolm Furman...

In seventh installment of History Department’s speaker series, Professors Blackwell and Perry discuss intersectionality

In seventh installment of History Department’s speaker series, Professors Blackwell and Perry discuss intersectionality

Claire Goldberg and Connor Dwin March 13, 2021

Guest speakers Professor Maylei Blackwell and Professor Imani Perry discussed the importance of incorporating Black, queer, and Indigenous histories into conversations about race and ethnicity in the seventh...

School holds annual showcase assembly

School holds annual showcase assembly

Rowan Mally, Staff Writer March 13, 2021

On Tuesday, the school hosted a student showcase assembly featuring a diverse array of performances including poetry, comical skits, and dances.  Hosts Adam Frommer (12) and Izzy Abbott (12) began...

Classics Society competes at Annual Princeton Certamen

Purvi Jonnalagadda and Allison Markman March 6, 2021

Last Saturday, three teams of four students from the school’s Classics Society competed virtually at the Princeton Certamen, a Classics competition, and nearly reached the tournament's final rounds.  The...

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