Emilia Kasinec, the kitchen satellite lead, serves breakfast to students on April 5.

A serving of love

Cafeteria Lead does more than just cook food
Rhys Cadwallader, Staff Member April 9, 2021

Clatter streams throughout the cafeteria. Around a hundred voices with gossip, jokes, and stories floating around, and a line of hungry students. Behind the glass at the front of the lunch line, Emilia...

Its got a ring to it

It’s got a ring to it

How one student turned boredom into business
Ryleigh Selby, Staff Member February 3, 2021

Daniella Chantra ‘23 turned a simple hobby into a money-making opportunity this past summer by creating her own jewelry business. “I started making rings because my mom gave me the idea of making...

Amanda Selby listens to the podcast The Two Princes

A podcast you can’t miss

The Two Princes is worth the listen
Layla East, Staff Member January 11, 2021

The Two Princes is a scripted fantasy podcast telling the story of Rupert and Amir’s journey to saving their homelands against their mothers’ wishes. They viewed each other as strictly acquaintances...

Ho-ho-holiday Quiz Time!

Ho-ho-holiday Quiz Time!

Answer these questions to find out what you love most about the holiday season
Ryleigh Selby, Staff Member December 14, 2020

The Holidays are here! Are you full of spirit or a bah humbug? Take this quiz to find out: 1.What is your go-to holiday song? a.) Jingle Bell Rock  b.) Baby It’s Cold Outside c.) All...

Bûche de Noël  (Yule Log Cake)

How to bake the perfect cake for the holidays

A yule log cake makes the season bright
Layla East, Staff Member December 10, 2020

We may not be surrounded by as many treats and goodies as we usually are this time of year. That means we need to make our own! Here's our recipe for a Bûche de Noël, also called a Yule Log Cake....

Kaelan Norgard and Ginevra Rattalino pose after a hike

Almost sisters

Foreign exchange program brings two girls together during a pandemic
Ryleigh Selby and Sam K. Saliba November 30, 2020

The soft glow of a phone illuminates the face of Ginevra Rattalino as she lounges on her white and orange comforter. Moonlight pours in from the French doors to her right, shining softly across her room....

World language teacher Jenifer Farrell sews masks on her sewing machine.

The mask maker

World language teacher Jenifer Farrell sends hand sewn masks to friends and family across the country
Evie Cuffaro, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2020

Hundreds of colorful fabric pieces are stacked up to the ceiling. Scraps of string and elastic cover the table. There’s a pile of quilted fabric in the corner, ready to be sewn together with other quilters...

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Gamer’s guide to Super Mario 3D All-stars

Nintendo’s re-released game has some unfortunate flaws
Ty McNeece, Staff Member November 14, 2020

Super Mario 3D All-Stars is a collection of re-released games that contain three of Mario’s best journeys. Nintendo released it for the 35th anniversary of the Mario franchise. It is a way for players...

Hannah Rowton 22 rehearses for the fall play

The show must go on…8 months later

Even a pandemic can't stop Theater from embracing zombie apocalypse
Ryleigh Selby, Staff Member October 27, 2020

Leaves of vibrant yellows, oranges, and reds crunched on the sidewalk outside of the school courtyard. The air hadn’t yet turned crisp, and the sun peeked its still-warm rays above the building. Football...

A toddler in hand, a baby on the way

A toddler in hand, a baby on the way

One family shares their struggles during Corona
Sam K. Saliba, Team Editor May 30, 2020

While many parents will surely testify to the challenges of raising a family, some are left with no choice but to do it under extremely unusual circumstances. Brad and Ashley Milavski had their first...

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