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What Should I Tell My Doctor?

What Should I Tell My Doctor?

Zoë Miller, Features Editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under FEATURE, SHOWCASE, Uncategorized

Teenagers navigate a sea of choices as they grow up. This includes their healthcare. Some of the different questions teens may face include: Should I see a doctor alone? Should I come out to my doctor? What should I tell my doctor? “I’ll tell my doctor stuff about my sexual activity, but that...

Girls in Gowns

Girls in Gowns

Mariam Keita and Rhys Holman

February 13, 2019


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"You know it’s already hard for us. You know as Black women you’ve got to work a little harder in academic spaces, so you might as well put that foot forward and do what you can right now." ~Jade Merriwhether

Deaf: Not Disabled

Deaf: Not Disabled

Rachel Meehan and Ruth Meehan

February 11, 2019


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The term, “Deaf culture” is something most have never even heard of. Most people don’t realize that it even exists. People have heard of, and are familiar with, terms such as pop culture, Black culture, and jazz culture. Deaf culture, however, is something that isn’t often recognized nor studied, t...

On the Street

On the Street

Emme Perencevich and Alison Kenaston

January 9, 2019


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Born out of surf-skate culture, streetwear has blended high-class fashion labels and more established brands since the late 1970s. In 1994 James Jebbia founded a small startup in downtown Manhattan. Almost twenty-five years later, Supreme is worth over a billion dollars.   The juxtaposition of a...

Winter Horoscopes by the Little Hoax

Winter Horoscopes by the Little Hoax

Reese Hill, Reporter

December 21, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, Horoscopes, Satire, SHOWCASE, The Little Hoax

DISCLAIMER: The Little Hoax and its horoscopes are a satirical blog. (…Or are they?) Follow this advice column at your own discretion. Aries (March 21 - April 19): You may find that your usually energetic attitude is hampered during these next few months, experiencing lethargic tendencies and a general...

Soups for Sharing

Soups for Sharing

Zoë Miller and Lottie Gidal

December 20, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, FOOD, SHOWCASE

LEMONY CARROT AND CAULIFLOWER SOUP INGREDIENTS: 1 tablespoon coriander seeds 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, more for serving 1 large white onion, peeled and diced (2 cups) 2 large garlic cloves, finely chopped 5 medium carrots (1 pound), peeled and cut into 1/2-inch pieces (2 cups) 1 ½ t...

Bringing the Heat

Bringing the Heat

Nina Lavezzo-Stecopoulos and Zoë Miller

December 20, 2018


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In a haze of fumes the Capsaicin Bros dice, blend, and sanitize. Heat fills the room. After all the work is done, their product, Death Wish, is what’s left. Mitchell Wilkes ‘20, Paul Cornell ‘20, Anthony Murphy ‘20 and Noah Weaver ‘20 make up the Capsaicin Brothers. Their product, Death Wish, has ...

In Focus

In Focus

Mira Bohannan Kumar, Web & Copy Editor

December 19, 2018


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Margaret Glenn ‘20 has known for the better part of a decade that her brain works in a different way than most. “As a kid, I always spaced out when other people didn’t. I had trouble staying organized when other people didn’t. I had trouble focusing on things. I had trouble completing tasks,” G...

Secondhand Steals for the Winter Season

Secondhand Steals for the Winter Season

Mariam Keita, Mira Kumar, Everline Bwayo, and Cecile Bendera

December 18, 2018


Filed under Fashion, FEATURE, SHOWCASE

  If we look for the intersectionality between Foucault and Schopenhauer, we can see that not only is life a prison, but that it is a prison from which the only escape is to acknowledge our own purposelessness, and that our psychological imprisonment is eternal and transformative. This display of winte...

Sizing Down

Sizing Down

Nina Lavezzo-Stecopoulos and Jesse Hausknecht-Brown

December 18, 2018


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The first thing Ali Herdliska ‘20 does after school each day is relieve her constant back pain by lying down. After eight hours of sitting in a desk at school with five-minute breaks every 49 minutes, four pounds of breast tissue weighing down on her neck and back, she is finally free. “I feel...

Have Bike, Will Travel

Have Bike, Will Travel

Mira Bohannan Kumar and Owen Sorenson

November 15, 2018


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For many high schoolers, getting a driver’s license--and maybe a car to go with it--is a rite of passage. At City High, conflicts abound over lowerclassmen parking in the lots closest to the school, which juniors and seniors jealously guard. But Walter McDonough ‘19 didn’t buy into this system. ...

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