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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 Student News Site of The Bishop's School

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While summer school can be stressful because of the heavy load at times,  Bib-lit students Kailin Xuan (‘26) and Abigail Wei (‘26) find that working with friends always makes the work more enjoyable.

A Break Later or Now?

Melanie Yau, Assistant Graphics Editor
August 22, 2023
Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice, Mr. Thompsons map in the DEIJ room is an impressive representation of the commutes of students from Bishop’s and shows where all Bishop’s students live with color-coded pins for grade-levels.

Beyond the Bubble

Melanie Yau, Assistant Graphics Editor
February 28, 2023
Due to an overwhelming amount of assignments, students who have missed school often deal with making up work for days and even weeks after their original absences. In regards to whether she would be caught up by Thanksgiving break, Niamh Malhotra (‘23 ) — who got sick a couple days after Halloween — simply said, “I hope so.”

Homework in Sickness and in Health

Nora Bitar, Content Editor
December 21, 2022
New Student Body President Ryan Arrowsmith promises to be full energy next year.

Meet the 2022-2023 ASBC

Leila Feldman, Editor-in-Chief
May 27, 2022
During Stress Less Week, Peer Support set up a table for ornament decorating. The Christmas tree on the terrace is filled with these student-made ornaments.

Supporting Our Peer Support Leaders

Joyce Wu, Staff Writer
December 19, 2021
The nature of stress at Bishop’s is revealed in the conversations we have about it.

A Different Kind of Cool

Sariah Hossain, Editor-in-Chief
May 23, 2021
(From left to right) Sir Andrew, Sir Toby, Malvolia, Valentine, and Maria—played by Maddie Ishayik (‘23), Karia Kadia (22), Sabrina Webster (‘21), Haha Shi (‘22), and senior Sydney Gerlach respectively—pose for a photo. One of the many plots throughout the play is the harassment and pranks Malvolia is subjected to at the hands of the other four. Photo courtesy of The Bishop’s Performing Arts Instagram (@bishops.performingarts)

Twelfth Night: A Recap

Daniel White, Former Editor-in-Chief
March 5, 2020
Students Make Blankets for Underprivileged Children

Students Make Blankets for Underprivileged Children

Kyle Berlage, Graphics Editor-in-Chief
February 20, 2020
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