October 23, 2017

Challenge Success, from an insider

November 15, 2016

A version of this article appeared on print in our November 2016 issue. I wish I had counted the number of times people asked me “What did you

The fresh faces of the Class of 2020

October 17, 2016

Each September, the freshman class congregates in the auditorium to elect four officers that represent, unify, and plan activities for the class. This year, after nearly an hour

Israel finds its own place in Wellesley

June 23, 2016

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

Seven Favorite Lemonade Recipes for Summer

June 13, 2016

By Olivia Gieger ’17, Editor-in-Chief   In honor of our June issue that celebrates the spirit of summer, we’ve compiled some of our favorite lemonade recipes. Helpful Hint:

Morrison helps students dissect chemistry

June 8, 2016

By Sydney Hughes ‘19, Staff Writer                                                              The whoopie pie loving Louisa Morrison is soon to be delivering a baby, but that does not stop her from passionately

Q+A: Getting to know your graduation speaker, Craig Brown

June 2, 2016

Curated by Olivia Gieger ’17, Editor-in-Chief                                                              With 15 years of teaching AP Calculus and an assistant principal certification, Craig Brown has an unquenchable curiosity and an adamant drive

2016 Presidential Election at Wellesley Public Schools

May 28, 2016

By Jameson O’Neil ’18, Staff Writer                                                              With the 2016 presidential election cycle well underway, the Wellesley High School community has localized the election in a number of

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