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Chinese in America

By: Eliza Caisse ‘18 Being away from home is never easy. Whether we are away for school or on a lengthy vacation, most of us will experience feelings of homesickness at some point in our lives. But what if these days away from home were spent in a foreign country; in […]

Evan’s Top Eight Movies of 2017

By: Evan Paszamant ’18 For those who do not know me, I am very critical when it comes to art. In my opinion, some things in art work well and some things simply fail. This assessment of art might sound harsh, but as a film critic who writes for sources […]

Book Reviews Early 2018

By: Sydney Kaplan ’18, Ms. Katie Dickerson, Gia Matika ’18, and Ms. Vicki Schwoebel Sydney’s Book Reviews: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda By Becky Albertalli Genre: YA Fiction/LGBTQIA+ Fiction Written in 2015, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda is a coming-of-age novel written by Becky Albertalli that centers around closeted […]

Thoughts on Caring for Something Semi-Tangible

By: Sydney Kaplan ’18 It is difficult to care for something semi-tangible. By “semi-tangible,” I mean something that there may or may not be physical representations of in our world that can never truly be “touched.” One example of something that is semi-tangible is J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series. There […]