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Black History Month Race Reels: “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X”

Black History Month Race Reels: “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X”

Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writer

March 17, 2019


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“We are brutalized because we are Black people in America,” Malcolm X once said. On Wednesday, Feb. 13, the MLK room was filled with people attending the Race Reels screening of “The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X,” a documentary on the life of Malcolm X. The documentary began with Malcolm X’s ...

Black History Month Speaker Series: Robert Stull ’85

Black History Month Speaker Series: Robert Stull ’85

Oliver Fox and Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writers

March 15, 2019


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“I always knew I wanted to be an artist,” illustrator Robert Stull ‘85 said to a packed MLK room. The assembly, part of the Speaker Series for Black History Month, took place on Tuesday, Feb. 11 during A, B, C and D-blocks. In addition to founding his own comic book, magazine and print-based media studio, ...

Revisions sparks inspiration through showcasing student talent

Revisions sparks inspiration through showcasing student talent

Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writer

February 9, 2019


Filed under Arts, reviews

Dancing, singing and laughter; these are all the aspects that categorize Revisions, the annual talent show. The show gave students a chance to demonstrate their skills, whether they be in improv, singing, dancing or playing an instrument. I felt inspired and proud of the students in our artistic ...

Jewish Student Union informs and encourages discussion

Jewish Student Union informs and encourages discussion

Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


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Room 303 is chock-full of food, people and conversations as the Jewish Student Union meeting begins. The National Conference of Synagogue Youth (NCSY), a non-profit Jewish youth organization, is connecting teens who are and who are not Jewish around the country with the Jewish Student Unions that exi...

Service trips prove to be mutually beneficial

Service trips prove to be mutually beneficial

Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writer

January 12, 2019


Filed under Opinions

According to the Homeless World Cup Foundation, 50 percent of the Mexican population live below the poverty line. Fifteen thousand to 30,000 Mexicans live on the streets alone. I believe this problem is one that needs to be fixed. Along with this, we need to fix our attitude towards poverty. I believe that...

Long-term substitutes take on challenging but essential roles

Long-term substitutes take on challenging but essential roles

Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019


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Having a substitute teacher for one day can be tough, but imagine having one for a semester or longer. There are certain life experiences that require teachers to need long-term substitutes, but it can take a toll on teachers and their students. Math teacher Marika Alibhai had two substitutes while she was ou...

C-block

Yiming Fu, Alex Fung, Anoushka Mallik, and Emma Kahn

December 12, 2018


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Latino Immigration “His hellos are in another language,” senior Diego Echeverria de Cordova recited. “Illegal!” the crowd roared back. A group of students gave an immersive presentation about illegal immigration on Tuesday, Dec. 11 during C-block. Senior Isabella Moros managed the assem...

David Petty

David Petty

Anoushka Mallik, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018


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He has lived in Hawaii, been a house painter and even started two businesses. Computer science teacher David Petty has truly seen everything. He is passionate about computer science, loves basketball and is ready to take on the high school.            What inspired you to teach computer science and web des...

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