Uvalde: Another Unspeakable Tragedy: How “We the People” Are So Afraid of Change

by Devi Chandran(’24) and Jaxson Kaplan-Rudolph(’25) WARNING: GRAPHIC AND POSSIBLY TRIGGERING CONTENT Image caption: 24 May 2022, Uvalde, Texas. People mourn outside Ssgt Willie de Leon Civic Center, where students had been transported after the shooting. Image credit to The Globe and Mail. “I’m going to shoot an elementary school.”  Words that are horrific as they seem, have lost their impact. The shock factor has … Continue reading Uvalde: Another Unspeakable Tragedy: How “We the People” Are So Afraid of Change

NaNoWriMo

By Sandra Fernandez (‘24) With fall comes the reemergence of sweater weather, pumpkin spice (go read Devi’s article), and the beautiful colors of the autumn leaves. For writers around the world, fall, specifically November, means drinking coffee, messing up your sleep schedule, and participating in NaNoWriMo. Every year, many writers partake in this challenge to complete the ultimate task: writing a novel in just 30 … Continue reading NaNoWriMo

The Future of Work: An Interview with Steve Cadigan

By Aadi Shiv Malhotra (’21) A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to interview Steve Cadigan, who is a talent strategist and company culture expert who has worked with some of the leading organizations in the world. Steve has worked with individuals as well as large organizations such as BBC, Deloitte, Google, Twitter, and most notably LinkedIn, which he joined in 2009 as its … Continue reading The Future of Work: An Interview with Steve Cadigan

404 Error – Page Not Found

By Marina Campoy-LoVasco (‘23) Human error. Human error causes uncertainty. Did I forget to turn off the stove? Or the sink? Is the sink slowly filling with water? Now it’s dripping onto the floor of the bathroom. It’s making its way beneath the crack of the door into the hallway. It gushes down the stairs. Soon my house is filled with water. My goldfish is … Continue reading 404 Error – Page Not Found

The Wonders of Words and Writing

By Cathy Shan (’23) Featured: Rachel Rochford (’23) Starting with four words that sparked the end of an era of segregation and prejudice, Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech is undoubtedly one of, if not the most, well-known pieces of literature in American history. This speech touched the hearts of tens of thousands of people around the nation, making it a prime … Continue reading The Wonders of Words and Writing