2016 Elections
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2016 Elections

By ANEESH DESHPANDE, senior Winter has arrived; the leaves have fallen, the days are getting shorter, and the school-wide desperation for air conditioning is changing into prayers for heating. But what’s important about 2015 is not winter, or even the year at all—what’s important about 2015 is the fact that 2016 comes right after it, … Continue reading

Part of our world
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Part of our world

By ALICIA KANG, freshman On the surface, Disney movies have straightforward morals: listen to your parents; there are rewards for those who work hard; the impossible is possible with a bit of luck. However, contrary to popular belief, these “cliche” morals that we learned as children are still applicable to our lives today. Here are … Continue reading

Winteresting weather
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Winteresting weather

By ZENOBIA TAMBOLY, junior I hear all my frozen brethren who greet this bone-chilling season with a less-than-enthusiastic welcome—and I don’t blame them. How can one possibly be joyful about something that brings too much snow, days with fewer hours of sunshine, and an unmanageable amount of icy hassles? But before you hastily jump onto … Continue reading