RIP Homecoming

RIP Homecoming

October 31, 2013

Qualms With the SAT

Clarissa Martin

June 10, 2013

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

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

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...

Valentines Day

Hannah Meshulam

February 6, 2013

Most people are shocked when they find out I don’t hate Valentine’s Day. I know, me of all people, taking no issue with a manufactured holiday systematically designed to destroy single people. I’m fully aware that the arguments...

I Like This, But Not That

I Like This, But Not That

December 19, 2012

The Superficiality of the American Media

Clarissa Martin

December 18, 2012

I’ve come to the conclusion that most of my run-in’s with the 8:25 Upper School check-in time  transcend from my borderline obsession with the Today Show. Like many Americans, I am fascinated with cable’s generous selection...

Surprisingly Typical: A Glimpse into Gender at Friends

Katrina Keegan

December 11, 2012

This year, in my clubs and classes, I discovered some surprisingly typical gender trends here at Friends. Miss-Representation, a documentary on the role of women in society and in the media, first roused my interest. While bu...

Are we Facebook Official?

Charlie Blake

December 11, 2012

Relationships, at times can be an emotional roller coaster. They can, however, be beneficial to those who want to share their life with that special someone. The first time most people I know actually cared about relationships...

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