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Opinions Editor: Print Emma Lucas, Culture Editor: Print Anahi Pellathy and Sports Editor: Online Tristan Weiss review açaí restaurants across London. Each editor rates each bowl based on various categories: originality, price, taste and presentation.

The Standard reviews açaí bowls

Emma Lucas, Anahi Pellathy, and Tristan Weiss September 23, 2022

  Music courtesy of iMovie

Students gather in a ring around the tug-of-war competition between Grade 11 and Grade 12 June 10, which concluded with the victory of Grade 12.

StuCo hosts Bangers and Bash event at Canons Park

Eden Leavey, Features Editor: Print June 13, 2022

The South Asia Club hosted its annual South Asia Night event May 26. The event celebrated South Asian culture with food, live performances and games.

South Asia Night celebrates culture, facilitates connection

Rudi Chamria and Rahil Punshi June 7, 2022
The South Asia Club hosted its annual South Asia Night event May 26. The event celebrated South Asian culture with food, live performances and games.
Concert Choir, Chamber Orchestra give final performance of the year

Concert Choir, Chamber Orchestra give final performance of the year

Eden Leavey, Features Editor: Print June 6, 2022
The Concert Choir and Chamber Orchestra ensembles rehearse May 27 for their final concert of the school year. In addition to the traditional repertoire, choir students performed self-taught pieces in small groups and orchestra students performed in a string quartet and trio.
Politics Update - May 31

Politics Update – May 31

Daniel de Beer and Mia George May 31, 2022

Music by Cameron Spurr

AP Art Exhibition showcases student work

Eden Leavey, Features Editor: Print May 30, 2022

Varsity soccer player Sara Kim (’24) reflects on her position as a sophomore on the team and shares her individual as well as team goals for the upcoming season.

Athlete Spotlight: Alex Demetris

Spencer Towfighi, Lead Sports Editor May 12, 2022

Pets – whether dogs, cats or goats – can provide a sense of comfort for many in their various shapes and forms. Students and faculty share stories about their pets, from the origin of their names to their favorite hobbies.

Community shares love for pets

Antoine Warnery, Opinions Editor: Online May 11, 2022

Although early humans first sought to domesticate animals as a means of survival, animals have shifted to become companions as well. This love for pets is apparent among many student and faculty members....

Mary Bracht (P’24) attends the Alderney Literary Festival, an annual gathering celebrating historical literature from March 29 to 31, 2019. Bracht’s debut novel, “White Chrysanthemum,” was published in 2018.

Mary Bracht illuminates forgotten injustice of comfort women in ‘White Chrysanthemum’

Eden Leavey, Features Editor: Print May 4, 2022

From 1932 to 1945, the Imperial Japanese Army took approximately 200,000 Asian girls and women to live in brothels where they were sexually assaulted by soldiers several times a day, per the Asian Women’s...

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