August 25, 2016
  • Dillon Hourican '18

    Should summer reading be required?

    By Dillon Hourican ’18, Executive Business and Managing Editor A study conducted by the Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy yielded that thirty two million adults in the United States cannot read, [...]
  • Photo by Jonathan Rolande under Flickr's Creative Commons

    Boxing helps knockout fitness needs

    By Dillon Hourican ’18, Executive Business and Managing Editor Every day people hear about CrossFit, yoga, Zumba, P90X, Train Boston, SoulCycle, and many other workout programs people use to get in better shape. Recently, boxing [...]
  • Photo by Zachi Evenor under Flickr's Creative Commons

    Israel finds its own place in Wellesley

    By Will Parker ’17, Opinions Editor One of the harshest ongoing territorial disputes in world history is the conflict between Israel and Palestine. The conflict receives plenty of media coverage, yet many Wellesley High School [...]



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