Quarantine provides more time to spend with family

Appreciate the time you have—who knows you’ll get it again?

Tom Brady’s departure to the Buccaneers shakes the foundations of football

Other teams have waxed and waned as quickly as the cycles of the moon. But for my entire lifetime, that philosophy has meant following the New England Patriots led by Tom Brady, sixth round draft pick out of Michigan.

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As I grapple with newfound free time from reclaimed hours of commute and the sudden absence of extracurriculars, I’ve found myself on a desperate, constant search for new things to read and watch. Of course, some of what I’ve found myself looking for has been simple...

Celebrity livestreams to watch while social distancing

While the world practices social distancing, we’ve been invited into the private homes of celebrities; John Legend, Lizzo, Hozier, Ellen DeGeneres and more entertainers have taken to social media to connect with their isolated fans. Take a look at some of our favorite...

Wave of coronavirus closures impacts community life, education

When Kaia S. ’21 heard San Mateo County’s shelter-in-place announcement this Monday, the first thing she did was send a mass text to her friends’ group chat. The second thing was to practice Bach’s “Prelude in C” on the piano. “I just did not really process it,” Kaia...

Ending in a mediocre place

t’s possible that The Good Place is one of the only shows in recent years to address such a difficult task as answering the question “What happens after we die?” with nuance, humor, and just the right...

Meet the cats of Nueva

N ueva has a lot of cute pets—many may remember that adorable bring-your-dog-to-school day where students had the chance to meet Nueva dogs out on the field—but some are more reclusive or less socially inclined (at least in large group settings). These, of course,...

An adaptation that elevates print: Just Mercy is emotionally evocative and raw

N early two dozen eager but slightly skeptical faces greet attorney Bryan Stevenson when he visits client Walter McMillian’s family in his book Just Mercy. Stevenson dedicates his time to answering their questions and listening to their concerns of Walter being on...

Successful steel drums program continues to develop

On Feb. 16, 19 students and five chaperones from the steel drum band boarded a flight to St. Lucia to practice and learn from Andy Narell, a world-renowned steel drum musician. Led by music director of 16 years, Jim M., this is the latest step in the immense expansion...

Upper school assembly emphasizes the importance of civil discourse

Civil Discourse, led by PreK- 12 Equity & Social Justice Director Alegria B. andhistory teacher Arta K., brought students and faculty into the gym to discuss the current state of American politics and brainstorm meaningful ways to have arguments.   The...

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