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Tearing the season apart

Jonathan Novak, Sports Editor May 3, 2018

Three athletes with torn Anterior Cruciate Ligaments (ACL) discuss their injuries and how it’s affected life inside and outside of sports. Running down the center of the rugby  pitch Russell Cornelius...

Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Reading at TASIS Festival • 26 April 2014

Lacrosse program continues to lack participants

May 3, 2018

Following their last appearance in the 2016 spring season, interest in the lacrosse program continues to dwindle, forcing its suspension for a further year. Enthusiasm for lacrosse among students has...

Life through the ‘coaching paradigm’

Life through the ‘coaching paradigm’

John Towfighi, Features Editor May 3, 2018

Teaching and coaching go hand-in-hand for Randy Richardson, both the Varsity Softball and Varsity Field Hockey Coach. Taking on a variety of roles as an educator, in both academic and athletics fields,...

Commitment beyond the classroom

Commitment beyond the classroom

May 3, 2018

A look into the struggles and rewards of choosing to combine teaching requirements with coaching athletics teams. Waking up to pitch black skies and spending limited time with his family was something...

'Girl's gym' provides comfortable hour to workout

‘Girl’s gym’ provides comfortable hour to workout

Michael Flaherty, Online Editor April 26, 2018

Walking into the fitness center and seeing free benches and weights, Grace Heinrichs (’18) feels motivated to workout. She feels like the “girls gym”, a dedicated hour and 15 minutes when the fitness...

March Madness: An international sporting phenomenon

Lily Whitman March 16, 2018

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, informally known as March Madness has been popular for over 75 years. Also known as the Big Dance, the the...

Coaches outside of ASL: Their lives beyond Waverley Place

Michael Flaherty, Online Editor March 12, 2018

In the winter season there were seven coaches who don't work at the school aside from coaching. With the winter season over, here's a profile of coaches who played a critical role in the Winter Season.  Huw...

NBA and NFL in London: a lasting impact on the community

Lily Whitman, Staff Writer March 5, 2018

On October 28, 2007, the first regular season NFL game was played in London. Since then, the National Football League (NFL) and National Basketball Association (NBA) have seen a growing European following...

Ball out of the Family

Lily Whitman , Staff Writer February 27, 2018

LaVar Ball, the delusional so-called ‘brand ambassador’ and creator of the Big Baller Brand (BBB) has undoubtedly lost his mind. Ball, who rose to fame by being featured in CBS articles, and SLAM magazine...

Alumni athletes: Q&A with rower Sarah Brunsberg ('17)

Alumni athletes: Q&A with rower Sarah Brunsberg (’17)

January 30, 2018

University of Pennsylvania rower and former varsity crew captain, Sarah Brunsberg ('17), discusses her transition into competing at a collegiate level with Sports Editor Jonathan Sheves. Tell me...

Moving forward: Sergio Pimentel’s life around the globe

John Towfighi, Features Editor October 7, 2017

A change in scenery is nothing new to General Catering Assistant Sergio Pimentel. Born and raised in Angola, Pimentel has lived in Zimbabwe, Portugal, the Netherlands and now London – but these shifts...

Introducing the new appointees

Introducing the new appointees

Jonathan Novak and Jonathan Sheves October 7, 2017

Cross country Phil Tiller Cross Country Assistant Coach What do you bring to the program?  What I bring is lots of experience. I ran at [ACS] Cobham as a high school student, so I have a pretty...

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