School Advertisements

Kira Barrett, Writer

December 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Statistically, we see up to 5,000 ads every day. Therefore the few student-made ads we see around Friends School normally aren’t memorable. But to visitors at Friends, student ads make an impression. Stereotypes about Friends are based upon ...

Have Music Videos Gone Too Far?

Madalynn Williams, Writer

December 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

As a nation, we are no longer excited by a simple song sung by a singer, unlike what our parents witnessed in the 70s? Now music videos tell a twisting story, often featuring dancers in elaborate outfits. It seems, however, ...

Here’s to the Humanities

Here’s to the Humanities

December 17, 2013

Kid Siblings

Katrina Keegan, Community Section Editor

December 17, 2013

Filed under Opinion

No current Friends School Students have had a child, but in an era of divorce and diverse families, some students almost assume the role of parent with their younger siblings. Many of us have brothers and sisters, but when the...

RIP Homecoming

RIP Homecoming

October 31, 2013

Qualms With the SAT

Clarissa Martin

June 10, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Somewhere between sections eight and nine of the SAT, I started to feel a little lightheaded.  Maybe it’s just the stuffy nature of the test room, or maybe it’s the fact that I have been filling in circles since 8 AM. While...

How Does it Feel to Be a Junior?

Clarissa Martin and Hannah Noyes

June 10, 2013

Filed under Community, Opinion

Last weekend, somewhere between panicking about the SATs and overreacting about a chemistry test, I realized that junior year is essentially over. Maybe it was the endless stream of essays or the perpetual college chit-chatter,...

The Quaker Quail

The Quaker Quail

June 10, 2013

Yaz

Will Gantt

February 6, 2013

Filed under Opinion

As a toddler, I went to Brown Memorial Preschool on Charles Street. The memories I have of my time there are mostly fond ones: listening to stories at “Circle Time”; playing the tambourine in music class; riding tricycles...

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