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Parasocial relationships — imagined friendships with a celebrity or fictional character — can be beneficial, but should not completely replace in-person friendships or occupy all of your time.

Friend or Fiction?

Lucy Marek, Staff Writer
May 25, 2023
Fandoms often unite online, but occasionally they also gather in public. Isabel Bartolo (‘25) and many other Swifties recently gathered in Las Vegas on March 25, 2023 for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour.

Fanning the Fandom Flames

Summer Hu, Story Editor
May 24, 2023
Crocs are popular shoes among students on campus. The Lightning McQueen style is a popular option that Malaya Taylor (‘25) and many others like to wear.

Just for Crocs

Summer Hu, Story Editor
April 14, 2023
Outside the Chair of Physical Education and Health Coach Meghan Carr’s room is a live bracket for both the Men’s and Women’s 2023 March Madness Tournament.

March [Madness] or [Magic]

David Lai, Staff Writer
March 23, 2023
In a matter of weeks, Alix Earle gained a following of millions by posting simple beauty and lifestyle videos.

The Ticking Clock of TikTok Fame

Isadora Blatt, Graphics Editor
February 2, 2023
Some students participated in the dragon dance during both middle and upper school lunch. Holding long, wooden poles on various parts of the dragon’s body, the students could make the dragon look like it was dancing by swaying in different directions.

Hopping into the New Year

Sydney Chan, Story Editor
January 27, 2023
Matilda Djerf shows off a stylish fall outfit, featuring a Djerf Avenue blazer, which often shows up in her day-to-day outfits

Bella Bot or Matilda Minion?

Bella Gallus, Copy Editor
January 19, 2023
In 2016, the Collins English Dictionary selected “snowflake generation” to be one of its words of the year, categorizing “the young adults of the 2010s as being less resilient and more prone to taking offence than previous generations.” Now, a little less than a decade later, this phrase is still relevant in our current society.


Sydney Chan, Story Editor
December 21, 2022
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