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More Than a Single Story

January 19, 2018 8:21pm | Maddy Warrell, Co-Editor-in-Chief

On January 15, 2018, the entire community came together to celebrate the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I spoke with the masterminds–Mr. Sohn and Mrs. Pugh–about the day last Friday. Mrs. Pugh started off with, “So many people hear Martin Luther […]

And You Get to be President! And You Get to be President!

January 19, 2018 8:14pm | Mady Hand, Co-Editor-in-Chief

I can safely promise you that I do not plan to support Oprah in a presidential election anytime soon. Do not get me wrong: I think she is an amazing TV host, reality star, and philanthropic example.  She is not, however, presidential material. The office […]

An Obituary for the GOP

October 21, 2016 7:24pm | Liza-Banks Campagna

We gather here in this satirical setting to mourn the loss of the GOP. The death of the Republican Party has been a long time coming. Like most of the people who now make up the Republican Party, the GOP peaked in the 80s. In […]

The Beginning of School: A New Era

October 21, 2016 7:22pm | Leo Zhang

A New Era “Is this the White House?” asked my cousin during summer, flipping through my iPhone’s photos and seeing a picture of Hoxton House up the front drive. I smiled and realized that a ride up and around that front circle must have inspired […]

Rise of the Readers

May 17, 2016 7:36pm | Annabelle Woodward '16

We are teenagers. Overscheduled, under-rested; but on this campus especially, a lot of us still take pride in staying informed, finding time to scroll through our favorite news sources. Whether you’re flipping through this Chronicle or actually clicking on the link your Dad sent you […]

“Finstas” Freeing the Followers

May 17, 2016 7:35pm | Priscilla Barton-Metcalfe '16

It’s nearly impossible to have a conversation in which some aspect of social media is not discussed. Our dependence upon technology to complete daily tasks and allow us to feel connected to those around us has grown concurrently with our growth from infants to young […]

John Wickham Writes Home

May 17, 2016 7:32pm | John Wickham '16

Dear Mom, Please do not take offense when you are reading this article. Better yet, just don’t read this article, period. “Senior Slide” is a natural phenomenon that has swept high schools across the country over the past decade. Administration is claiming that this is […]

Sixty Seconds

May 17, 2016 7:32pm | Kathryn Williams '17

Imagine this: you have a revolutionary idea for a new and innovative product, and as you are stepping into an elevator for a job interview, you realize that the CEO of the Fortune 500 company you are interviewing for is standing right in front of […]

Social Snarkasm

May 3, 2016 6:55pm | Carson Goodwyn '16

When you see your nemesis on Instagram wearing a dress you own and you’re like… “She stole my look!” Is social media fostering a global community of mean girls?  Why do we find it so much easier to make a snarky comment on social media than […]

Happy Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2016 10:04pm | Halle Hughes '17

Happy Valentine’s Day from The Chronicle! Video created by Halle Hughes ’17