Tower

May 23, 2018


Filed under Intro to Journalism Recipes, Showcase

Jessica Bogart Departs Masters, Leaving Students With Newfound Confidence

Jessica Bogart Departs Masters, Leaving Students With Newfound Confidence

Annie Rubinson, Blogger

May 22, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Features

As an educator in the theatre world, Jessica Bogart frames her teaching style as ‘leap and the net will appear,’ a philosophy she hopes encourages her students to take risks and make new discoveries about themselves. “I feel the most proud when I watch a student make a daring choice, accomplis...

Intro Recipes: Creamy Mac and Cheese

Intro Recipes: Creamy Mac and Cheese

Jacob Kriss, Intro Student

May 16, 2018


Filed under Intro to Journalism Recipes, Showcase

Apple’s Homepod sounds great, but has room to grow

Apple’s Homepod sounds great, but has room to grow

Maxwell Goldrich, Blogger

May 14, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase, What the Tech?!

Apple finally began shipping its Homepod after months of delays on Feb. 9. For $349, the Homepod is the newest smart speaker in town and Apple’s groundbreaking response to the Amazon Echo ($99) and the Google Home ($129). The Apple HomePod is a highly advanced speaker that uses artificial intell...

Forever Mr. Young

Forever Mr. Young

Nora Fellas, Blogger

May 14, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase, Turning the Harkness Table

One Winter, about 30 years ago, a young couple went to Iowa for an international job fair to be assigned to teach. They were offered a position to teach in either Costa Rica or The Philippines. “You basically have 24 hours at these things to decide where you are going to teach and where you are goin...

Latinos Unidos unites Latin American cultures at Masters

Latinos Unidos unites Latin American cultures at Masters

Annie Rubinson, Blogger

May 7, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Close-up on CAM, Showcase

Masters prides itself on its vast diversity of culture, nationality, and history embedded within the community. But with Latin American students still serving as a minority within the Masters community, it becomes difficult to provide a sense of home and familiarity. While this culture differs across cou...

Coaches Corner: Kenyetta Iyevbele

Coaches Corner: Kenyetta Iyevbele

Logan Schiciano, Blogger

May 4, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase, Sports, The Panther's Tracks

The Track and Field/Cross Country program has seen a resurgence this year; now that the foundation for the team has been set, the team is rapidly on the rise. A lot of this success has to be credited to the outstanding coaches that the athletic department has assembled this year, many of whom are cur...

Señor Mercedes lights the way

Señor Mercedes lights the way

Nora Fellas, Blogger

May 1, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Features, Showcase, Turning the Harkness Table

“I have been like a Robin Hood all my life,” said Roberto Mercedes, Spanish teacher, when I asked him what he was like in high school. He had always cared about activism and almost became a lawyer or journalist, but asked himself, “Who am I? Where can I do the most good in the world?” He ultima...

GALs bake sale falls short

GALs bake sale falls short

Michelle Wei, Blogger

April 28, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Diversity Corner, Opinion, Showcase

Two weeks ago, when GALS announced their bake sale for the Equal Payday, a day to bring attention to unequal pay between men and women, I was initially impressed and happy at the idea of it. Making men pay $1 and women $0.77 for a baked good to underline the difference in earnings between genders is ...

Letter to the Editor/Editorial Response

Letter to the Editor/Editorial Response

Nora Fellas, Contributing Writer

April 26, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, Showcase

EDITORS NOTE: On Tuesday, April 24th, an article by Michelle Wei, author of the Diversity Corner blog, was posted on the web. The article detailed Wei’s feelings on the bake sale hosted by GALS in which girls paid 77 cents per baked good and boys paid one dollar, to bring attention to the fact ...

Isle of Dogs, a two-part post – Part 2: Excerpts from a panel with the creative team

Isle of Dogs, a two-part post – Part 2: Excerpts from a panel with the creative team

Alexandra Bentzien, Features Editor

April 24, 2018


Filed under Alex at the Movies, Arts & Entertainment, Blogs, Showcase

It’s always exciting to watch a movie the day it first screens in theaters.  But it is absolutely awesome when you get to listen to a Q&A panel of the films’ creative talent, especially when it features director Wes Anderson!  The visionary director spoke about his process in filming Isle of ...

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