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Separating Midterms Increases Performance

Conor Shea ’13, Contributor

December 17, 2012

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Ah, midterms!  As we approach the end of November and round the corner for the home stretch, we suddenly realize there is one final hurdle to hop before breaking the tape and criusing into the New Year.  For many of us, myself... Read more »

Holding onto the Holiday Spirit

Eric Jansen ’13, Contributor

December 17, 2012

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As we continue to progress through the Christmas season, we are bombarded with images from society on what makes the holiday important. Neon displays in storefront windows herald the arrival of new inventory, exhorting the average... Read more »

SWAG Anti-Smoking Campaign is Downright Disturbing

Brian Vizaretta ’13, Contributor

December 17, 2012

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Walking into school on a lovely morning, seeing my classmates faces as vivacious as can be gives me hope to get through the day to produce my best work, as a war torn senior awaiting my journey to college. I walk up the stairs... Read more »

Movie Review: Life of Pi

Movie Review: Life of Pi

December 17, 2012

La Bodega: Repasa de libro – Even Silence Has an End

Alex Agudelo ’13, Contributor

December 17, 2012

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¿Qué te parece un libro con eventos en América de sur? Hoy en día, todas las noticias son de nuestro país y no hay mucho de Latín América. Un libro de eventos de hoy en Colombia es Even Silence Has an End por  Ingrid Betancourt.... Read more »

How I See Christmas

How I See Christmas

December 10, 2012

The Reality of Palestine: An Expose

Claude Khalife, Staff Writer

December 10, 2012

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The history of Israel has been one of repression. In 1948, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were expelled from their ancient villages by Jewish militias and, destitute and impoverished, forced to seek shelter in foreign lands.... Read more »

La Bodega: Un Cuento con Moraleja: ¡No Toméis Cinco Clases de AP!

Conor Shea '13, Contributor

November 9, 2012

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Mientras escribo este artículo a las doce menos cuarto, no puedo dejar de recordar los consejos de mi orientadora vocacional.  A partir del año sophomore, me advirtió en relación a tomar tantos cursos avanzados.  Sin embar... Read more »

Review: Presidential foreign policy debate

Brendan Prendeville ‘15, Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

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In the third presidential debate the main topic was foreign policy. Some foreign policy topics were about Iran getting nuclear weapons and the war in Afghanistan. Other topics that were talked about were Syria, Israel and the... Read more »

Homeroom: worth the time

Alex Agudelo ’13, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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This class gets put into the same category as lunch. Likewise, this class is questionably a class because of its short duration and its questionable purpose. Of course I am speaking about homeroom. I have heard kids and teachers... Read more »

Seeing the forest through the trees

Danny Sullivan ’15, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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As the Presidential election draws to a close, both Romney and Obama must carefully conceive and implement their next few maneuvers, as it is utterly essential that they have a salutary effect on the number of votes they will... Read more »

Sports video games: how do they compare to their real-world counterparts?

Alex Corben ’13, Contributor

November 1, 2012

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I have been playing quite a bit of FIFA ‘12 recently, and it struck me as quite strange that I was playing a game which emulated soccer, and yet I did not feel like I was playing soccer at all. It is not exactly the experience... Read more »

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