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Series: Diploma Diaries

Series: Diploma Diaries

Chloe Rose Scolnick, Journalist February 16, 2024
Join us as we delve into the rich experiences of students from our three distinct diploma programs. Check out today's post, featuring Global Studies student Rowida Kassim '23 .
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Social media post made by Andre Mills 24 to celebrate his commitment to Texas A&M for basketball. Courtesy of Andre Mills 24.

Andre Mills ’24: The Odyssey of a Basketball Prodigy

Evan Michaeli and Tavio Mares-Van Praag January 31, 2024
His pursuit, woven with the threads of resilience, mentorship, and sheer determination, epitomizes the spirit of a quintessential athlete.
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A power plant discharging greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere, warming the Earth.

Choking Ourselves to Death

Evan Michaeli, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 2, 2023
Executive Editor Evan Michaeli presents a six-piece feature highlighting the dire state of our world and solutions to the climate crisis.
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The earth burning due to global warming

Humanity: It’s Time to Wake Up!

Evan Michaeli, Co-Editor-in-Chief October 18, 2023
Executive Editor Evan Michaeli presents the first of a five-piece feature highlighting the dire state of our world and solutions to the climate crisis
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The Statue of Liberty represents the melting pot of America through immigration. Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Immigration Stories at School

Edward Flint, Managing Editor September 14, 2023
In April, the School hosted an assembly celebrating immigrants.
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IMOCA Boats lined up at the dock in Newport, Rhode Island during the stopover for The Ocean Race. Photo Courtesy of Evan Michaeli.

The Ocean Race: Sailing Toward a Greener Future

Evan Michaeli, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 30, 2023
Determination and a common goal of sustainability enables the power of humanity through sailing.
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People ride in the underground in Boston, commonly refereed to as the T. The metro Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) operates heavy-rail, light-rail and bus transit services in the Boston metropolitan area.

Tackling Public Transit in Massachusetts

Michael Young, Journalist May 25, 2023

As one of Boston’s most indispensable services, the MBTA paradoxically grapples with systemic issues. Over 700,000 people utilize the MBTA’s services each weekday, encompassing the subway, bus,...

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History teacher Ted Barker-Hook engaging with his students. Photo by David Barron.

World History II Explores the Purpose of Education

As part of the 10th grade's yearlong examination of the purpose of education for individuals and societies, honors World History II students were asked to wrestle more deeply with issues around education...

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Fans unfurl a Boston Strong banner during the 2013 Red Sox World Series Parade. Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Ten Years Later, We Remain Boston Strong

Evan Michaeli, Co-Editor-in-Chief April 19, 2023
The 2013 bombings taught us that we are all stronger together.
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A rotating globe shows the carbon monoxide output around the world. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Pollution: Undermining Our Planet’s Health

Evan Michaeli, Mary Wang, Arianna Paredes, and Bhart Lal February 8, 2023
Contamination is a lethal consequence to our actions—it's time for a change.
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Students gather together at the Delegate Dance, a tradition at YMUN.

Op-Ed: What YMUN Taught Me About Speaking Up

Amelia Bowman, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 1, 2023
Yale's Model United Nations conference taught me that the best learning happens when you're asking questions and speaking up.
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Stahley poses with the Gator during a pep rally. Photo courtesy of Grace Papas 23

Hidden Hero of the Game: Trainer Larry Stahley

Nico Jaffer, Outgoing Sports Editor January 18, 2023
Community members regard Larry Stahley as a dedicated and kind member of the community, both on the court and in the classroom.
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