A Soldier That Hasn’t Returned : Amir Hekmati


Mia Merrill, Writer, Assistant Editor
February 14, 2012

Last month, the US was shocked to hear that former Marine Corps officer Amir Mirza Hekmati has been sentenced to death on the grounds of espionage and the defiance of God. Arrested in Iran in August 2011, Hekmati stated on public Iranian television that he was, indeed, a CIA-employed spy. But Hekmati’s... Read more »

Art Major Students Respond to Exhibit With Own Artwork

Mary Collins

Erin Hall, Faculty Adviser
February 2, 2012

Over the last few weeks teachers have been bringing their students to examine the work in the Upper School Gallery more closely. Mr. Antonio-Barnes’ students were asked to respond to art by making art, in their Art Major Journals. These are the pieces they came up with, and discussed with each... Read more »

Home For Christmas: A Brief History of the US Withdrawal of Troops from Iraq

Riley Drake, Editor in Chief
January 26, 2012

     The United State’s occupation of Iraq has always long been a contentious issue. As the war progressed from it’s initial invasion phase in 2003, into a multiyear occupation, public opinion began to turn against the war. The state of the war in Iraq was also an important aspect of... Read more »