The student-run news site of The Masters School


The student-run news site of The Masters School


The student-run news site of The Masters School


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Ellie Yang, Editor-in-Chief

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History of Masters

History of Masters

Ellie Yang, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus
May 31, 2023
Students learned the process of turning yarn into hats in the Knots of Love: crocheting for good WinterMission course. All hats were donated to the Knots of Love foundation.

Knots of Love crochets for good

Ellie Yang, Editor-in-Chief
March 7, 2023

[Photo] Community members react to Mandarin resignations

Lily Zuckerman, Ad Manager & Assistant Social Media Manager
May 27, 2022
The decision on whether or not masks should come off have been long disputed in the community

[Photo] Masks Shouldn’t Be Worn In School

Matthias Jaylen Sandoval, Social Media Manager/ Distribution Manager
March 11, 2022

Beyond Threads hosts fashion week

Ellie Yang, Chief Design Editor
February 11, 2022
Members of the Masters community strive for a better new year through their hopes and resolutions for 2022.

2022: A year of hope

Ellie Yang, Chief Design Editor
January 17, 2022
Student IDs not working after school helps to keep our campus clean and safe.

CON: Keep our campus safe

Ellie Yang, Chief Design Editor
November 22, 2021
Student identification cards should be able to grant access to all academic buildings at a later time for those who still need to be inside facilities during or after co-curricular activities.

[Photo] PRO: Student access is key

Carol Queiroz, TBN Executive Producer
November 19, 2021
Students rehearse Dracula on stage in the Claudia Boettcher Theatre.

Fall Play returns with Dracula

Ellie Yang, Chief Design Editor
October 28, 2021
Asian students have felt a wave of hate resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

[Photo] Covid blaming frustrates student

Marianna Gu, Contributing Writer
March 19, 2021
WandaVision has burst onto the entertainment scene as a brilliant, mind twisting television series that has defied the expectations of typical superhero media.

[Photo] Review: WandaVision is a must-watch

Carol Queiroz, Advertising Manager and Copy Editor
March 12, 2021
ALTHOUGH SOCCER IS A sport built on collaboration between teammates, individual incentives tend to take priority in a team setting. Schlossman believes players tend to become distracted by outside motives rather than play the game for enjoyment. At Masters, Schlossman finds that unlike her club team, her fellow teammates play for the fun in the game.

[Photo] Playing for the gain not the love of the game

Kwynne Schlossman, Web Editor and Social Media Manager
March 10, 2021
Students and teachers alike are wondering what final exams are going to look like in Spring, due to the unique logistical challenges that COVID-19 presents.

[Photo] Remote Athletes stuck on the sidelines

Tim Mathas, Opinion Lead Editor
February 5, 2021
After closing and switching to online learning, Masters’ administration decided to make changes to the daily schedule in order to better accommodate the needs of the community. Some of these changes include later start times, shorter class periods and a longer lunch break.

[Photo] Remote learning model prompts schedule shift

Kira Ratan, Web Editor & Social Media Manager
June 5, 2020

[Photo] Posting with thy might

Nora Fellas, Opinion Lead Editor
February 20, 2020
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