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We will be…. The Ireland Project.

We will be…. The Ireland Project.

Angaelica LaPasta, Blogger

May 4, 2014

Today, I spent five hours in the library conference room. And while that may not sound like most people’s ideal Sunday, it was actually a really good time. I did not just do this for fun or to see how long I could last in there without going insane, no, I did it for the Ireland Project. Although it...

Rumours about Great Gig

Rumours about Great Gig

Juliette Greene, Blogger

May 2, 2014

"How has the experience of 'Rumours' been for you?" Julius Rodriguez: "It's been tiring, but it's going to be so worth it at the end." Jonah Ury: "Still not as good as 'Dark Side'!" Maya Bater: (to Jonah) "Shut up." Tech week for Friday and Saturday's Great Gig in the Sky has begun! It'...

New copier tracks how much ink and paper each student uses

New copier tracks how much ink and paper each student uses

Rachel Saunders, News Editor

May 1, 2014

Before spring break, students would bring their papers up to the copier, place it on the upper left hand corner, press a few buttons and then have five copies. The evening before classes resumed, an email was sent to the Upper School regarding the copier. The machine now requires the user to scan their...

7 Stages of an AP Exam

7 Stages of an AP Exam

Gio Kim, Blogger

April 30, 2014

1. If I study hard, it won't be hard. I'll be prepared. 2. Wow this class is harder than I thought. I'll just buy some study aids and study 30 minutes every day at night 3. Everyone is so hard working In this class... 4. Oh the tests we took during class weren't that hard so I guess I'll ac...

B Chainz: Declassified

B Chainz: Declassified

Eric Shear, Blogger

April 30, 2014

Mr. Cheney, or B Chainz as he is known to many, is a new addition to the Master’s community.  This laid back blonde fellow teaches our youth about religion and history.  But who truly is this laid back gent, who is the man behind the calm and relaxed demeanor? It is slightly ironic that Cheney...

The Queen of Procrastination

The Queen of Procrastination

Aslı Noyan, Blogger

April 25, 2014

As a high school student I have assignments to complete, deadlines to meet and papers to turn in. However, since I am the biggest procrastinator there ever was, I tend to find “things” to do that prevent me from starting my work. If there is something I should be doing chances are I won’t be doing...

“The Queen” Declassified

Eric Shear, Blogger

April 22, 2014

Small but mighty, Ms. Dennis has been a fixture at Masters for the past 16 years.  Although she took a two year break, “The Queen,” as she is affectionately known, has been enlightening youth on all things math for longer than most of you all were alive. What is really fascinating about Ms. Dennis,...

Delight in Discovery

Delight in Discovery

Paul West, Blogger

April 21, 2014

A parental thank you to the sponsors of the Masters Easter egg hunt: Mr. Pugatch, Paige, Treasure, and Danny.  We made the drive from Stamford to Masters, and we arrived after many of the eggs had already been found, but my son Kai was thrilled anyway.  He felt a rush every time he found an egg, switching...

Panache

Panache

Angaelica LaPasta, Blogger

April 20, 2014

Up until this Thursday, the few dedicated members of Panache have been busy at work formatting in InDesign, rescanning pieces of art, and, in my case, feverously cutting pictures out of magazines to devise collages. Collage is the theme for this year’s edition of Panache (I know, not water, but we...

Masters gets a taste for international culture

Masters gets a taste for international culture

Gabby Davies, Advertising Manager/Web Content Manager

April 20, 2014

International students worked up a sweat on Sunday, April 6 by preparing a dish to represent their home country. These dishes were served to the boarding community for dinner later that night. International students were able to show the school their country’s culture and traditions through the past...

My high school bucket list

My high school bucket list

Aslı Noyan, Blogger

April 18, 2014

As April rolled around, I realized how fast time flies (cliché, I know). It feels as if it has been a week since school started, but in reality it has been a whole 7 months. How fast the year goes by made me think about how short our time is in Masters and how precious it is. As a result of all these...

On Wednesdays We Wear Brown

On Wednesdays We Wear Brown

Juliette Greene, Blogger

April 17, 2014

 “What is your favorite part about your friendship?” “The puns.” “Yeah, the puns.” -Maya Bater ’16 and Bo Miebach ’16 These two seem like they don’t disagree on too many things, except maybe preferred shades of brown. I’ve noticed that there’s a distinctive, wide array ...

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