Taking the initiative to start an entirely new club from scratch seems like a daunting task. However, this did not deter the founding members of the school’s first ever book club.
Seniors Elizabeth Knapp and Hajra Sohail were among the founders of the new book club, which held its first meeting Oct. 22. They, along with some of their peers formed the idea from a conversation in their Latin class.
Applying to college is one of the most daunting tasks facing high school students and perhaps one of the most stressful, but it does not need to be.
I have already had experience with the college application process, as I applied to colleges through a scholarship organization called Questbridge this September. Questbridge gives full scholarships to high-achieving students from low-income backgrounds to...
The role of a comedian is something easy to slip into for another comedian, even if the character is not actually funny.
In the fall play “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940” senior Luke Joynt plays Eddie McCuen, a comedian characterized by being largely unfunny, despite his attempts at comedy. Joynt’s own personal interest in comedy makes this role one that feels natural for him to assume.
What is the ‘key’ to motivation? For students in KEY Club working to improve the courtyard, it is the drive to help within the community.
Members of KEY Club have met after school on a volunteer basis to clean up the courtyard the last two Mondays. While there, they pull weeds, trim shrubbery and otherwise beautify the area however they can.
“We’re just trying to make the area look nicer,” said junior Jose...