Fifteen minutes to fitness

Kelly Johnson and Liza McMahon, Page Editors

June 1, 2016

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Alumnus stars in TV premiere

Ben Zhao, Features Editor

June 1, 2016

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As he began to prepare an act for the 2013 Variety Show, alumnus Ryan Goldsher (‘15) decided to learn impressions for the first time. “The [2013 Variety Show] act, the first time I ever performed impressions, was a sort of summer project,” said Goldsher. “I dared myself to learn as man... Read more »

New app assists college roommate search

Victoria Tu and Anisha Thotam, Executive Lifestyle Editor and Lifestyle Editor

June 1, 2016

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As alumnus David Pawlan (‘15) prepared to attend Vanderbilt University his senior year of high school, he found himself frustrated with the roommate searching process. “I was discouraged by [the website] Roomsurf because first of all, you have to fill out these... Read more »

Makeup myth proves to be invalid

Keena Du, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016

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Like many teenage girls, sophomore Emma Remish has been wearing makeup lightly since junior high and then more heavily and frequently in high school. Remish who wears makeup almost daily said she realizes the effects of her frequent cosmetic use. “The products th... Read more »

Students find roles on set production team

Ben Zhao, Features Editor

March 4, 2016

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It started as a few bolts of curtain fabric, four boxes of stuffing and rolls of trimmings and tassels. After two weeks of spending hours in front of the sewing machine, freshman Rachel Drobetskiy and sophomores Emma Wilkinson and Fin Rindner had produced m... Read more »

Anisha Thotam, Lifestyle Editor

March 4, 2016

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Screens prevent restful sleep

Victoria Tu, Executive Lifestyle Editor

March 4, 2016

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On an ordinary school night, as soon as senior Kiley Sullivan finishes her homework and gets ready to go to sleep, she opens Netflix on her computer. “A lot of times, I need to watch Netflix before I go to bed,” said Sullivan. “Like, if I’m not that ti... Read more »

Leasing leads to saving

Debbie Noh, Kelly Johnson, Opinions Editor, Page Editor

December 11, 2015

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Junior Abby Hornberger said she used to pay $300 up front and then pay $30 per month for her cell phone. Now, Hornberger pays $43 per month after switching to a plan where she no longer purchases her cell phone. Instead, she leases it. Leasing cell phones differs for each cell phone carri... Read more »

Holiday gift guide

Anisha Thotam, Lifestyle Editor

December 11, 2015

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With the holidays approaching, students may need ideas for presents to give to their siblings, friends or teachers. Below are some gifts available at various prices. ... Read more »

Students pushed back by procrastination

Victoria Tu, Executive Lifestyle Editor

December 11, 2015

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The clock reads 10 p.m. On a typical night, senior Brian Kim sits at his desk, hunched over his homework. While many students are finishing their last assignments, Kim is just getting started. “I’ve always procrastinated,” said Kim. “It’s who I am.” According to John ... Read more »

CHVRCHES improves in new album

Victoria Tu, Executive Lifestyle Editor

November 6, 2015

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Two years following the release of its successful album, “The Bones of What You Believe,” CHVRCHES returned with another outstanding album. Released on Sept. 25, “Every Open Eye” became the band’s second album. In J... Read more »

Student gets SAD during winter

Anisha Thotam and Zara Saiyed, Lifestyle Editor and Opinions Editor

November 6, 2015

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As fall and winter approach, senior Shannon Buttimer often finds herself having trouble concentrating on tasks and getting tired easily. A year ago, she was diagnosed with a specific type of depression: seasonal affective disorder (SAD). According to Kathryn Roecklein, psychology p... Read more »

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