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Tower

The student-run news site of The Masters School

Tower

The student-run news site of The Masters School

Tower

2020 United States presidential election results map by county

Progressives Never Had a Mandate

Carlos Heredia, Web Editor December 16, 2021
And they should stop acting like they do...
Carol Queiroz argues that the test optional application policy should remain in place for juniors who have been just as affected by the pandemic as past students.

Keep the test optional policy for Juniors

Carol Queiroz, TBN Executive Producer December 16, 2021

During the last year and a half, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought an array of new challenges for high school students visiting and applying to colleges. No college campus visits, less access to standardized...

MISH fundraising in the dining hall for the Movember foundation.

An Open Letter to MISH Leadership

Matthias Jaylen Sandoval, Social Media Manager/ Distribution Manager December 16, 2021

Dear Mish Leadership, Your philanthropic work is truly admirable. Your work as a group and individually really reflects our school’s mission statement because all of you involved are most definitely...

Teenager being consumed by the details of Waze before starting the car.

Waze: a map to impair our memory

Lexi Wachen, Lead Features Editor December 16, 2021

As I stepped into my car, I opened a text from my dad: “We’re all going to meet at that Italian restaurant north of Ardsley Rd., please meet us there by 6:30.”  Before buckling my seatbelt, starting...

By Phoebe Radke

Technology Use Must Be Moderated For Young Children

Maya Phillips, Opinion Editor December 16, 2021

When I go out to eat and sit near families, I often see young children focused on their tablets. They are completely disconnected from what else is going on at the table. Technology has become indispensable...

Shohei Ohtani pitching 6 innings against the Seattle Mariners on May 6, 2018.

Opinion: The MLB Lockout shows that baseball doesn’t care about its players.

Matthias Jaylen Sandoval, Social Media Manager/ Distribution Manager December 16, 2021

The inevitable yet avoidable has happened. The MLB (Major League Baseball) is now in its first lockout in 26 years. On Dec. 2 at 12:01 a.m., the MLB and MLBPA (Major League Baseball Players Association)...

Parental care is crucial in shaping a childs future.

Parental influence on juvenile delinquency

Marianna Gu, News Editor December 16, 2021

One of the main factors behind the increasing juvenile delinquency cases is bad parenting, as illustrated in a recent case that took place on Nov. 30 at Oxford High School in suburban Detroit, Michigan,...

Gisele Cestaro

Athletic Option: Students trying to find a balance between school and sports

Gisele Cestaro, News Editor December 16, 2021

Masters should be more lenient when it comes to offering athletic option and exempting students who show true dedication to their sport from the Athletic Credit Requirements (ACR). Every student needs...

The legacy high school athletes leave

The legacy high school athletes leave

Lily Zuckerman, Ad Manager & Assistant Social Media Manager December 16, 2021

Mitchell watches the Survivor season finale with his dad. This season, the first Canadian contestant won and received the title of Sole Survivor.

Survivor: “Outwit, Outplay, Outlast,” now Rethink, Replay, Recast

Andrew Mitchell, Lead News Editor December 16, 2021

When Survivor aired for the first time in 2000 on CBS, the cast consisted of 14 white players and two players of color as it debuted as “the greatest social experiment” on TV. Now, 21 years later,...

A better option: two one-week spring breaks

Sabrina Wolfson, Lead Opinion Editor December 16, 2021

It’s February. You are sitting in a classroom, head drooping and shoulders slumped. You will your eyes to stay open but they do not obey, daring you to fall asleep on the Harkness table. Staring out...

Music industry icon reclaims whats rightfully hers

Music industry icon reclaims what’s rightfully hers

Aurora Rose Horn, Staff Writer December 8, 2021

Love her or hate her, Taylor Swift has been one of the most prominent figures in the music industry since 2006. Be it country, pop, or indie folk, Swift has released award-winning albums that never fail...

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