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  • Masters community will “MISH” Atlee and Goulian

    Masters community will “MISH” Atlee and Goulian

    Emma Luis and Alexandra Bentzien

    June 15, 2017

    Beside the bustling city of Philadelphia sits a small suburb surrounded by revamped steel mills and farms named of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Phoenixville is the soon to be new home of two very familiar Masters faces, Amy Atlee and Chris Goulian, who will be departing Masters after a total of 32 and...

    Courtesy of Joe Vericker of PhotoBureau Inc.

  • Piccola

    Piccola

    Sarah Faber, Blogger

    May 23, 2017

    After spending a thorough amount of time looking at pictures of food on Piccola’s website, I was excited to try it out. When I arrived I immediately felt the local, old-school Italian restaurant vibe. The candles, curtains, wood tables, and freshly baked bread all made me feel like I was at a classic...

    Sarah Faber/TOWER

  • Cyberpunk

    Cyberpunk

    Tommy McKenna, Blogger

    May 23, 2017

    For one of my last blog posts before the end of the year, I want to talk about a genre of science fiction that has truly captured my interest but nonetheless remains relatively unknown to anyone who doesn’t binge-consume science fiction like I do. Cyberpunk is a genre that describes a subset of futu...

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  • 2017 Drama Showcase

    2017 Drama Showcase

    May 14, 2017

    The Masters Drama Showcase took place Friday, May 12, in the Experimental Theater. The showcase gave students taking drama classes a chance to shine on stage. Photos: Gene Perry/TOWER

    Gene Perry/TOWER

  • Trump’s missile attack: justified but poorly executed

    Trump’s missile attack: justified but poorly executed

    Tommy McKenna, Blogger

    May 8, 2017

    When President Trump unilaterally decided to fire at 59 Tomahawk missiles at the Syrian airfield responsible for the alleged chemical gas attack in Kahn Shiekhoun, Syria, the strike cost about $60 million, and was more of a political statement than anything else (considering that Syrian jets took off...

    The guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) conducts strike operations while in the Mediterranean Sea. Porter, forward-deployed to Rota, Spain, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national security interests in Europe.

    Ford Williams

Spring Gala looks to impact community and sustainability

Spring Gala looks to impact community and sustainability

Drew Schott, Columnist

After a three year hiatus, The Masters School’s Spring Gala occurred on Apr. 27 at the Maureen Fonseca Center. The gala’s main objective was to engage the school community by inviting all parents, faculty, staff, alumni...

April 30, 2017No Comments

Jonathan Demme, director and father of Masters students, dies at 73

Jonathan Demme, director and father of Masters students, dies at 73

David Oks, Copy Editor

Jonathan Demme, director of such noted films as Silence of the Lambs and Philadelphia and the father of Masters alumni Brooklyn and Jos Demme, died on Wednesday at his home in New York City. He was 73. Demme earned strong ...

April 26, 2017No Comments

Thai Scholar excels in prestigious national math competition

Thai Scholar excels in prestigious national math competition

Henry Williams, Opinion Editor

This year, senior Suchakree Chueleucha, a Thai Scholar, qualified for the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad (USAMO), one of fewer than 250 students nationally. Participating in the USAMO is invitation onl...

April 25, 2017No Comments

Critics see flaws in Cuomo’s free college program

Critics see flaws in Cuomo’s free college program

David Oks, Copy Editor

The cost of college tuition has recently come to the center of the national education debate. In January, Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York proposed a program to make New York public colleges tuition-free for middle- and lo...

April 25, 2017No Comments

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Masters community will “MISH” Atlee and Goulian

Masters community will “MISH” Atlee and Goulian

Emma Luis and Alexandra Bentzien

Beside the bustling city of Philadelphia sits a small suburb surrounded by revamped steel mills and farms named of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Phoenixville is the soon to be ...

June 15, 2017No Comments

ASMR, a strange solution to sleeplessness

ASMR, a strange solution to sleeplessness

April 27, 2017

Students take center stage in the spring shorts

Students take center stage in the spring shorts

April 27, 2017

Tedx students prepare for talks

Tedx students prepare for talks

April 25, 2017

Great Gig In The Sky 4/21/17

Great Gig In The Sky 4/21/17

April 25, 2017

The 35th Annual Junior Games

The 35th Annual Junior Games

March 5, 2017

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Underclassmen step up for varsity baseball

Underclassmen step up for varsity baseball

Owen Lieber, Sports Editor

With the spring sports in full swing, the boys varsity baseball team has hit the diamond. At this point in the season, the team has a record of 2-2. Many games got rained ...

April 25, 2017No Comments

Masters sports culture needs to change

Masters sports culture needs to change

April 25, 2017

Varsity Boys Volleyball 4/25/17

Varsity Boys Volleyball 4/25/17

April 25, 2017

Perry’s legacy passed on to freshman sensation

Perry’s legacy passed on to freshman sensation

March 26, 2017

Senior to continue soccer career at Boston College

Senior to continue soccer career at Boston College

February 2, 2017

Boys Varsity Soccer prevails in the FAA championship

Boys Varsity Soccer prevails in the FAA championship

November 15, 2016

Boys Varsity Soccer makes a hard fought comeback in the FAA Semifinals

Boys Varsity Soccer makes a hard fought comeback in the FAA Semifinals

November 11, 2016

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