By Jaxson KR (‘25) On the 29th of December 2022, worldwide soccer legend Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pelé, died at 82 years old. Pele left an immortal legacy and an unparalleled impact on the sport for which he was a champion, ambassador, and one of the greatest of all time. Pelé revolutionized the way soccer was played from the early age of … Continue reading The King is Dead
By Devi Chandran (‘24) It is agony waiting for a new selection of mouth watering morsels to be available to the general public. The anticipation of another week’s flavors gives those in line a bonding experience once unique to the establishment. Only the most loyal fans can endure the lengthy wait…. Just another week at Crumbl Cookies! Founded in 2017, the Utah based company has … Continue reading The Way the Cookie Crumbl’d
by Kate King(’26) Cover Image: Publicist After two years of waiting for a new album, Taylor Swift’s new album Midnights has finally arrived. Consisting of 13 songs, it has been one of the biggest albums of all time breaking numerous worldwide records with its release. Midnights is essentially the last part of a series of three albums, following her two albums from 2020, Folklore and … Continue reading Review: Taylor Swift’s new album tackles her struggles in the Music industry in a new, mature way
by Mantra Kaushal(’26) Hawaii is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the entire world. Thousands of people from many different countries come to visit these islands each year. Each island has its own history, culture, and special attractions of its own. While the island of Kauai is an extremely scenic, natural, and calm location, Oahu is much more developed and includes the capital city, … Continue reading A Home Away From Home: The Paradise of the Pacific
by Matina Green(’26) This year, Qatar hosted the 2022 Fifa World Cup The Fifa World Cup (or just World Cup) is a huge, national soccer tournament that occurs every four years, and is also one of the most popular sporting events in the world with billions of viewers from all over the world. But while the World Cup is well-known and a treasure to all … Continue reading Fifa World Cup Qatar Controversies, Explained
by Jaxson Kaplan-Rudolph(’25) and Siya Chhabra(’24) Last updated 9:30 pm Monday, November 14. Stay with us for updates every night the election continues! 10:00 pm Tuesday – Tensions rise on Tuesday, November 8th as Americans make a critical decision on what party will control Congress for the next couple of years. Voters grapple over some of the most critical issues we face as a country, … Continue reading Our America: Election 2022 Live
By Giulia Pincetti (’24) Ever since I was little I have been taught that every story doesn’t have one side, it is multi-dimensional. A simple sound or movement made by the smallest or largest of people can be perceived in millions of different ways, all slightly unique and different. Maybe this is because we all can’t sit in the same spot at the same moment … Continue reading Perspective
By Aadit Jain (‘23) The New York Times reports that the “typical American worker focuses on a given task for just three minutes” (Schwartz). This should actually come as no surprise as the article further reports that the average person touches their phone 2,000 times every day and spends 3 hours on them. The article also features a conversation with Johann Hari, the author of … Continue reading Digital Technologies: Are They Hindering Our Ability to Focus?
By Devi Chandran (‘24) Who would you hire? Kaitlin is a 25-year-old graduate from Brown University and has a major in business with a minor in communications. Friends often describe her as outgoing, likeable, confident, and driven. As a valedictorian of her high school class, Kaitlin was notably able to start college as a sophomore. Due to a strong passion for charity work, she then … Continue reading Positivity Pinpoint: Halo and Horns Effect
By Mira Sripada (‘22) Billie Eilish, at just 19-years-old and with the help of her older brother Finneas O’Connell, constructed a completely unique and inventive genre of music meant only for her exceedingly soft and breathy voice. Through her career, which began at age thirteen with the release of the song “ocean eyes”, Eilish has been a nonstop risk-taker, constantly redefining her sound and pushing … Continue reading Review: Billie Eilish is eclectic, breathy, sarcastic and mature on Happier Than Ever, a body of work that dismantles toxic masculinity and discusses the significance of growing up and evolving.