Month: February 2017

No Lunch-Eater Left Behind!

Julian Brenman ’20 No matter how many friends you have, how popular you are, or how much you love your classmates, chances are, there has been an instance in which you have felt uncomfortable in the dining hall, if/when you didn’t see any “friends” to have lunch with. For some […]

Need some Prom help? Nicole has your back!

Nicole Pollack ’17 Prom season is among us! Whether you’re a newcomer or a promenade vet don’t wait to the last second to buy your dress….trust me been there, done that 🙂 Here are a couple looks for less so you can be the shining star that you are without […]

Let’s Hit The (Chrome) Books!

Julian Brenman ’20 The use of computers has seeped into almost every aspect of our lives, including work, leisure, and school. Since 2014, when the 1-to-1 iPad program launched here at Friends’ Central, everybody on campus has been even more immersed in cyber-world. While lots of students use their iPads, […]

Top 10 Songs of 2016

Nir Netz ’19 2016 was a stressful year for a lot of people, but that doesn’t mean this year was all bad. In fact, the music industry was great… excluding pop music (HA!). This list counts down my top 10 favorite songs that came out this year. I hope you […]

5 Ways To Put The WIN In Winter

Julian Brenman ’20 We have chapped hands, people are sick, and this article about winter is long overdue. Though the list of reasons to be in despair about the chilly season could be eternal, keep reading to discover five ways to make the best out of this cold spell. 1) […]

Competition Math Is On The Right Path!

Julian Brenman ’20 Though we all adore our math teachers, some of us would sacrifice a limb to be excused from their classes! However, this isn’t the case for Samuel Weiss ’17, Jiwei Cheng ’17, Harrison Burdge ’17, and Neil Goldader ’17, the members of the mathematical modeling team. Not […]

In Solidarity We Stand

Sydney Kaplan ‘18 What is the Women’s March? The Women’s March took place on January 21, 2017 in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and in some 300 other cities across America, as well as all across the world. Simply put, the march was for women’s rights in America. The description on […]

The Bachelor Timeline

Zoe Ginsberg ’17 Tis’ the season of The Bachelor! Here’s a timeline from Season 1 to Season 32. Season 1: The Couple Alex Michel and Amanda Marsh Post Season The first couple in Bachelor history DID NOT last! They split after nearly a year together! Season 2: The Couple Aaron […]

Student Spotlight: Welcoming Kendrick Key

Julian Brenman ’20 At the beginning of this school year, Friends’ Central was excited to welcome many new students. One of them, Kendrick Key, a freshmen, recently shared his thoughts about his experience at his new school and personal life. To read this edition of “Student Spotlight”, scroll down! Q: […]