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MFA exhibit blurs gender boundaries in fashion

MFA exhibit blurs gender boundaries in fashion

Nina Rogers, Staff Writer

June 10, 2019


Filed under Arts

Walking down the street or the hallways of the high school, one of the first things that you might notice about the people around you are their clothes. Are they wearing jeans, leggings, a skirt, a dress? Are they wearing bright colors or more subdued tones? Are they wearing what society has deemed as...

Veiled sexism in sports damages confidence

Veiled sexism in sports damages confidence

Avery Kelly, Contributing Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Opinions

During my time on girls varsity crew I‘ve grown tremendously as a person, but the sport also taught me a tough reality: even when women are at the top of their game, they will never be as recognized and appreciated as men are in sports. As an athlete, I experience the consequences of sexism in sport...

Event Coverage: International Women’s Day

Event Coverage: International Women’s Day

March 14, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The International Women's Day assemblies, organized by junior Komal Wasif, took place during every block on Monday and consisted of various presentations and talks by experts and members of the school community. Check out more detailed coverage from each block below.

Designated bathrooms open up to all genders

Designated bathrooms open up to all genders

Alice Jennings, Contributing Writer

November 30, 2016


Filed under Opinions

Whether or not to go pee when you need to should not be an anxiety ridden choice, but for many trans people, including myself, it can be paralyzing. After coming out as a trans woman about six months ago, I have started using the correct bathroom when I feel brave enough. And let me tell you, I have man...

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