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The Student News Site of The Bishop's School

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The Student News Site of The Bishop's School

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The pandemic was a time for many people to explore new hobbies. For example, Spencer Ralph (24) and his family did a project with chalk art in their newfound free time.

2 Years Ago, Today

Isadora Blatt, Graphics Editor
March 18, 2022
In classrooms across Bishops, accommodations are now necessary for students on Zoom. In Ms. Rachel Chings Physics class, lectures are now given to a screen so students on Zoom are able to hear.

On Mute

Summer Hu, Story Editor
February 25, 2022
The future of music at Bishops is uncertain because of the pandemic.

Music Amidst Uncertainty

Crystal Li, Editor-in-Chief
February 4, 2022
Teachers such as History and Social Sciences Teacher Mr. Damon Halback are on-campus in KN-95 or N-95 masks, utilizing the school’s new view-only Zoom policy to help students learning from home.

Back From Break– Now What?

Shirley Xu, Copy Editor
January 20, 2022
Politicians in the era of COVID-19 have capitalized on frustration surrounding public health measures, especially in schools, arguing that they unfairly restrict students.

To Mandate or Not to Mandate

Tate Vaccaro, Copy Editor
December 19, 2021
Right Below Your Nose

Right Below Your Nose

Crystal Li, Editor-in-Chief
September 25, 2021
Although college admissions officials often stress the emphasis of holistic admissions, or looking at an applicants entire circumstances or personality, most colleges consider standardized test scores important benchmarks in the admissions process.

Tried and Tested

Clare Malhotra, Editor-in-Chief
August 19, 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, Editor-in-Chief
May 23, 2021
There is often this shared outlook on how racism against Asian Americans goes unspoken and unchallenged because of the stereotypes that portray Asian Americans as individuals who don’t need protection from abuse—or who don’t deserve it.

Why Are We Still Surprised?

Crystal Li, Editor-in-Chief
May 23, 2021
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