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Q & A with the director: Zhang Yang

Moy Zhong March 4, 2019

[vc_text_separator title="Zhang Yang, director of 'Up the Mountain'" color="custom" border_width="3" accent_color="#2bb673"]Shortly after ‘Up the Mountain’ aired on March 2, a Q&A session followed...

Senior Ben Rouder, first-time Reflections Program contestant, warms up on his trumpet prior to a jazz band rehearsal.

PTSA Reflections Program offers creative outlet for students

Nikol Slatinska October 29, 2016

Registration for the annual PTSA Reflections Program is coming to a close, as submissions are due at 4 p.m. Nov. 4 in the principal’s office to secretary Denise McGonigle. The contest, which consists...

Freshman is latest Farid to continue dynasty

Freshman is latest Farid to continue dynasty

Alice Yu April 29, 2016

[dropcap style="flat" size="4"]F[/dropcap]or most children, there’s no recollection of the first word that came out of their mouth; nonetheless, that one word was joined by another and another until...

art by Alice Yu

New Year’s Resolution Race: Bidding farewell

Multiple Authors March 21, 2016

All things must come to an end, and the New Year's Resolution Race is no exception. For the past three months, six students faced the infamous struggle of keeping a new year's resolution, and while they...

art by Alice Yu

New Year’s Resolution Race: Fighting to flourish

Rochita Ghosh March 17, 2016

As the end of March approaches, it signals the coming end of the New Year's Resolution Race, hosted by Bearing News. The participating students, during their second-to-last week of the race, reflect upon...

photo illustration by Alice Yu

Words on words: Wrestling time the tyrant

Alice Yu March 3, 2016

Deacon Winton DeRosia serves as a deacon at Christ the King Parish, located in Concord, New Hampshire. DeRosia wrote the homily, “First Sunday in Advent” as a reminder of the illusion and threat hidden...

art by Alice Yu

New Year’s Resolution Race: Wishful thinking

Rochita Ghosh February 25, 2016

Despite best intentions, those trying to fulfill their New Year's Resolution often encounter obstacles between themselves and their goal, ranging from a lack of motivation to a lack of time. The participants...

art by Alice Yu

New Year’s Resolution Race: Discovering paths to prosperity

Multiple Authors February 18, 2016

For the people who made a resolution earlier in the year but have now let go of it, it is most likely as a result of a lack of motivation. Some people made their resolution too hard and unrealistic, and...

art by Erin Barchet

Instant gratification proves taking things slow speeds up success

Alice Yu February 11, 2016

Patience may be a virtue, but it’s getting lost in today’s society where buying clothes only requires a few clicks on a keyboard. Instant gratification now reaches far past finance and into all aspects...

Talent comes from more than birth

Talent comes from more than birth

Alice Yu February 10, 2016

[dropcap style="flat"]G[/dropcap]rowing up with a mother who never got the chance to learn piano outside of basic lessons in high school, my sisters and I were showered with musical opportunities. In a...

No final, no problem

No final, no problem

Alice Yu February 4, 2016

infographic by Megan Goyette; source: Western Oregon University [dropcap style="flat" size="2"]T[/dropcap]he crushing stress and terror surrounding students during finals week isn’t a novel concept....

New Years Resolution Race: If at first you dont succeed

New Year’s Resolution Race: If at first you don’t succeed

Multiple Authors January 28, 2016

As the first month of 2016 becomes lost to time, so do the New Year's Resolutions of 36 percent of Americans, according to Statistic Brain. Meanwhile, for the contestants in the New Year's Resolution...

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