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Diagnosis: Senioritis

June 28, 2018 2:17pm | Maddy Warrell '18, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Patient Name: Warrell, Madelyn R. Date: June 02, 2018 Diagnosis: Recovering Stages of Senioritis   The patient was seen last year recovering from Junioritis. She believed that having completed Junior Year, she would be on a straight upward trajectory. Evidently, she was wrong. The fall […]

We Lied and We’re Sorry

June 28, 2018 2:16pm | Ryan Grajewski '18, Editorials Co-Editor

It’s the final fling: the last couple days of school where truths are told, crushes revealed, graduation roses given, and a whole lot of emotion exchanged. Before I can leave this truly Holy Hill, though, I must speak my own truth. We—Olivia Tucker and I, […]

A Day To Remember

June 28, 2018 2:07pm | Lebby Clement '18, Contributing Writer

Memorial Day is a holiday that takes on many faces. For a majority of Americans, this is the long weekend of May focused on friends, family, and no work or school. For many, it is a time to acknowledge the men and women who have […]

Routine Reminiscing

June 19, 2018 4:05pm | Albert Jin '18, Contributing Writer

My eyes drifted to the bottom left corner of the screen for one last time; 3:55, it said. Only 5 minutes and 4 more days left and it’s all over. I grabbed my security swipe and the perfunctorily-written notes, hurrying out of my cubicle to […]

What is your favorite part of Camp Episcopal?

April 19, 2018 1:14pm | EHS Students

“Playing volleyball before chapel” — Alex Brown “Wearing skirts” — Tallie Steiner “Playing music on strip” — Kate Gray “Seeing everyone so genuinely happy” — Missy Brandt “Grill n Chill club” — Kensett Lukes “Recess by Swell” — Grace Baldwin “Looking out of Isabelle and […]

Boogie Fever Dancin’ Feet

April 18, 2018 7:42pm | Joy Ashford '18, Contributing Writer

The smoke and light of 24 million people drifts up to my empty balcony. I lose myself in the electric haze of the city skyline. Tonight, it’s not enough just to stop and stare. My inhibitions and sense of time fade into the chorus of voices […]

TTalking It Up

April 18, 2018 7:34pm | Mark Berry '19 and Cecilia Moore '20, Contributing Writers

Cecilia Moore ’20: TableTalk is a mission and a movement that has been on the Holy Hill since mid-winter of my first year here at Episcopal. Ask any student you see in the dining hall, on the way to the center, or hanging out on […]

Welcome to Camp Episcopal

April 18, 2018 7:31pm | Maddy Warrell '18, C-Editor-in-Chief

The pallid pupil feels the warmth of sunlight once again. She inhales the humid air and her exhale forms the well-known statement: today is a skirt day. In order to adjust her vitamin d levels, she is willing to embrace another level. Study hall at […]

An Open Letter to Junior Year

April 18, 2018 7:29pm | Olivia Tucker '19, Editorials Co-Editor, and the Class of 2019

Dear Junior Year, We’ve been pondering for a while now how to pen this goodbye to you. Though it took a grade-wide Google Survey to consolidate our thoughts, it’s been on our collective mind just how brutally it might break your heart when we finally […]

#ENOUGHisENOUGH

April 18, 2018 7:23pm | Kate Castle '19, Contributing Writer & Olivia Morton '19, Staff Writer

Two student organizers of the EHS contingent to the March for Our Lives collaborated for this editorial. OLIVIA: When I was in seventh grade, my neighbors had a party. Jane Doe had recently purchased her husband a gun for Christmas, and they decided that it […]