Riley Wilson ’14
This is the fourth podcast in a new literary series inspired by WBUR Radio Boston’s ZIP-Code Stories. This story was written and performed by Riley Wilson ’14.
Caroline Kelly ‘13
When people think of Red Ink, they usually think of brave students showing the world art and writing that they have lovingly crafted. But last Thursday afternoon, Red Ink took on a slightly different role as they joined forces with the Beehive Collective, an artist collective from Machias, Maine,…
Chris Picher ’13
On March 16, the Junior Class held its second consecutive dodge ball tournament. Due to its success the previous year, the tradition continued.
The new gym was a great location, it’s so spacious that we could have two games going on at once,” said Emily Stabnick ’13. Dodge…
Tommy Harding ’14
Walk into the Diplomacy club, and you will see an intense match of minds facing off against one another, trying to trick each other into making a false move that leads to their army’s destruction. You may ask, what brought these students and teachers together? A common goal to…
With a glut of pizza joints in Wellesley, it can be hard to stand out. Old School is one of the newer additions to the scene, a replacement to College Square Pizza, an establishment beloved by high school students.
The eclectic décor is definitely the first thing you will notice upon…
The Art Department explores its new digs
Anna Forte ’13
Following last week’s move, the Art Department has begun to settle in its new space.
Although students and teachers were recently introduced to the new art facilities, they have been reacting well to them. “[The photo room] is a beautiful space…
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