July 29, 2014


Afternoon activities not for everyone

Published on May 2, 2012 by Sojin Kim in Opinion

There are three groups of athletes here at Loomis Chaffee: the legit athletes (interscholastic kids), the club athletes, and the compassionate athletes (community service participants).

Zimmerman case makes mockery of U.S. legal system

Published on May 2, 2012 by Siobhan Reid in Opinion

Most of the country has heard of the Trayvon Martin tragedy, but for those who haven’t, I’ll summarize the case briefly before I begin my argument.

The Little Things: The art of family balance

Published on May 2, 2012 by Jeesue Lee in Opinion

When I was five years old, I fell off my tricycle. Somehow I managed to take the brunt of the impact on my chin, resulting in a rather large and nasty scrape, and leaving me bruised and wounded.

Why we do and should continue to study the classics

Published on May 2, 2012 by Ekaterina Kryuchkova in Opinion

Recall the last book you have read in your English class. Are you thinking about the title, the author’s name, the characters, or the plot? Or rather the language, the theme, the idea, the conflict?

One Sunday at Grand Central

Published on May 2, 2012 by Lindsay Gabow in Opinion

Grand Central Terminal

In seventh grade American History, you all learned that the United States is a massive melting pot filled with a diverse mixture of human beings.

For the students, by the students? A proposal to fix student government

Published on May 2, 2012 by Izzy Kornblatt in Opinion

Chances are good that if you’re a Loomis Chaffee student, you don’t really care about the Student Council as a political entity. This is the sorry truth.