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The Bishop’s Land’s End skirts “should be no shorter than four inches above the top of the knee,” according to the Uniform Policy. However, most students do not follow this rule and most teachers do not enforce it.

Skirting the Issue

Lily Gover, Staff Writer
April 22, 2022
This is what the Olympics should be all
about: athletes from different countries
coming together to not only compete and
bring pride to their nation but have fun and
enjoy each other’s company. Pictured are
the beach volleyball medalists at the 2016
Rio Summer Games.

From Moscow to Beijing

Sydney Chan, Staff Writer
February 25, 2022
15-year-old skating phenom Kamila Valieva of the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) burst into tears following a disastrous free skate on February 17 at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. And when she stepped of the ice, there was no sympathy, no heart, no love–just overwhelming criticism.

Raducan to Valieva

Sydney Chan, Staff Writer
February 25, 2022
This past year another devastating school shooting occurred at Oxford High School in Michigan. A candlelight vigil was held to honor the four lives lost in the shooting.

Stop the Copy Cat

Bella Gallus, Staff Writer
February 17, 2022
Critics and autistic people say Maddie Zeigler’s portrayal of autism in Sia’s new movie, Music, is inaccurate and offensive.

Music to Nobody’s Ears

Kyle Berlage, Graphics Editor-in-Chief
October 16, 2021
With 37 plaques recognizing Boys’
accomplishments in the pool and 35
for the Girls’, both genders contribute
roughly equally to the School’s success.

Filled Bleachers

Max Stone, Staff Writer
May 23, 2021
These stereotypes dehumanize Asian American women and downplay them to solely sexual objects. This dehumanization, in turn, perpetuates violence toward this community, and even encourages it.

Because We Are Invisible

Crystal Li, Copy Editor
May 23, 2021
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