Teacher Feature of the Month: Jerry Kim ESL English Teacher

Sarah Cuz, Features Editor

December 7, 2012

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Unknowingly is the best way to put it. I've been teaching all sorts of things since I was 14 years old. I taught Tae Kwon Do for 16 years and I was in corporate training at Caremark/CVS many years ago. I taught ESL to senior ... Read more »

Teacher feature: Jamie Ellinger-Macon

Esther Suh, Copy Editor

October 26, 2012

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Alumnus’ watch tests well with students

Jessica Hoffen, Executive Features Editor

October 26, 2012

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When Jordan Liss’s grandfather passed away, he left Jordan his WWII dog tags, stories of the trials of entrepreneurship and a desire to be like him. The ‘11 alumnus wears the dog tags every day, and Jordan, like his grandfather, founded his ow... Read more »

Hands of Peace bridges borders

Natalie Knez, Staff Writer

September 28, 2012

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Last year, sophomore Yasmeen Abdelhamid decided to apply to participate in the Hands of Peace program. Around the same time, Palestinian Leen Anabtawi began a similar application process in an attempt to be a part of the same experience. Months later, on Ju... Read more »

Students ring up publicity for 2012 campaigns

Isabel Hubeny, Staff Writer

September 28, 2012

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Senior Laura Strickland spends her time talking politics over the phone with strangers. She was given the job to make phone calls when she started volunteering for the Robert Dold campaign just a month ago. The reactions of... Read more »

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