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A map of the world shows the variances in time zones across the areas where Masters students are residing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Distance learning alters international students’ schedules

Owen Strier and Gabe Keller, Features Editor and Sports Editor May 5, 2020

With the recent events surrounding COVID-19, the closure of Masters and the dorms, many of the international students are facing challenges with the online schooling that has been put into place. Most...

Jiayun Tang

Zoom vs. Google Meet

Lance Leys, Contributing Writer May 5, 2020

As The Masters School adjusts to life in quarantine, students and teachers alike have been learning about Google Meet as a teaching tool. Many other high schools and colleges, however, have turned to Zoom...

Goggles from Morris Hall, as well as latex gloves and disposable wipes, are prepared to be sent off to New York Presbyterian Hospital–Columbia Medical Center. The donation included 198 pairs of goggles, 48 boxes of gloves and five containers of cleaning wipes.

Danforth, Chiodo coordinate PPE donations to support frontline workers

Mitch Fink, Sports Lead Editor May 1, 2020

The Masters School has taken a proactive role in supporting front line healthcare workers to fight against the COVID-19 outbreak. The school sent 198 goggles, 48 boxes of gloves, five containers of cleaning...

Jazz at Lincoln Center hosts Julius Rodriguez & Friends

Jazz at Lincoln Center hosts Julius Rodriguez & Friends

Naomi Nivar , Staff Writer October 5, 2014

The main stage for some of the most talented jazz performers in the country is a venue called Jazz at Lincoln Center. So, it is fitting that Julius Rodriguez, a 16-year-old junior, performed on Oct. 4...

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