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Joe Biden speaks in front of an audience at his presidential campaign office in Des Moines, Iowa Jan. 13, 2020. Biden has struggled with a speech disorder since a young age and it has persisted in his political career.

Biden’s stutter carries inspiration

Polina Dashevsky, Opinions Editor: Print
January 12, 2021
Queen’s House opens its seasonal ice rink despite necessary COVID adaptations. Staff Writer Anna Reznick reviews her experience at the rink.

Queen’s Ice Rink creates the quintessential winter experience

Anna Reznick, Staff Writer
December 18, 2020
Starbucks has released its new holiday drink specials. Staff Writers Sophia Bassi and Clara Martinez review the the Toffee Nut Latte, Eggnog Latte, Truffle Deluxe Hot Chocolate and Gingerbread Frappuccino.

Starbucks seasonal drinks review

Sophia Bassi and Clara Martinez
December 18, 2020
Students rehearse the main number in the musical “Fame.” This was one of the few rehearsals in-person, as most took place over Zoom. The final production will be on the ASL website Dec. 18.

‘Fame’ production process begins

Rudi Chamria, Staff Writer
December 16, 2020
Danielle Hajjar (’23) plays her viola in the AMIS Orchestra in 2019. She played a solo jazz piece in Russia during the festival.

Students discuss musical outlets

Tristan Weiss, Media Team
December 14, 2020
With end-of-year assessments right around the corner, Culture Editor: Online Grace Hamilton shares study tips and techniques that enhance learning and aid in retention.

Top 5 homework, study methods

Grace Hamilton, Culture Editor: Online
December 11, 2020
Co-Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Online Sal Cerrell and Lead News Editor Cameron Spurr break down the most important political stories this week.

Politics Update – Dec. 11

Cameron Spurr, Lead News Editor
December 11, 2020
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