A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Why I am a Republican

April 19, 2018 2:30pm | Hunt Wasden '18, Staff Writer

I am a Republican because I believe in the freedoms, both economic and social, that were given to us by the founding documents of this great nation. The Constitution begins with “We the People,” and later the First and Fourth Amendments solidify the sovereignty of […]

Why I am a Democrat

April 19, 2018 2:29pm | Lilly Wilcox '18, Contributing Writer

I will be eligible to vote for the first time this November in the midterm elections. You could say I’m excited, but that might be an understatement. Because of my upcoming eighteenth birthday, I have had to consider how policy aligns with my personal values. […]

Relationship Status: It’s Complicated

February 16, 2018 4:00am | Sil Sohn, EHS Staff

When South Korea hosted the Olympics for the first time, in 1988, North Korea boycotted the games after having orchestrated the 1987 bombing of Korean Air Flight 858 that killed everyone, 104 passengers and 11 crew members, on board.   Thirty years later, the 2018 […]

The Korean façade

February 16, 2018 3:59am | Jinsoo Kim '18, Staff Writer

Whenever I introduce myself, I now say I’m from South Korea. I am tired of having to tell the few people who ask whether I’m from the North or South that I dug an underground tunnel across the border from the North with only a […]

The Dark Underbelly of Episcopal’s Newest Trend

January 19, 2018 10:16pm | Henry Barrett, Perspectives Co-Editor

The first time I heard about this new wintertime fad at Episcopal was when my roommate, Jinsoo Kim, walked into our room with a sizeable box, emblazoned with the words Canada Goose along the side. He pulled out a fur-lined, down-packed object of beauty—the infamous […]

Canada Goose: Don’t Hate

January 19, 2018 10:14pm | Kate Jones, Staff Writer

How can you possibly own a coat with a fox that was boiled alive and puppy stuffing? If this is what you are asking owners of Canada Goose jackets, please brush up on your facts. That being said, the purpose of this article is not […]

A Tiger’s Tale

November 11, 2016 8:00pm | John Woodward

Hundreds of Woodberry students form two lines, each equipped with torches and disguised as clowns, inmates, and everything else that is disturbingly imaginable as they march through an open field in the middle of nowhere. They make their way towards a daunting bonfire the size […]

One Game. One Outcome. One Dead Tiger.

November 11, 2016 7:57pm | Chronicle Staff

  “E-E-EHS!” Your mouth is dry, throat hoarse, but the temporary discomfort is nullified by the pleasure you feel behind the words chanted for your team. The stands, full of hypothermic bodies aching for warmth, are electric. The sight of varied maroon and black dresses […]

Kim’s Kash: You Should Kare

October 21, 2016 10:41am | Salina Tsegai & John Woodward

The news has been overrun by the most trivial of topics today, such as Donald Trump’s depressing excuse for hair and Hillary’s slightly concerning obsession with pant suits. As if we millennials care about bipartisan politics and who’s going to be running our country for […]

She’s A Human (Leave Kim Alone)

October 21, 2016 10:39am | Mady Hand & Salina Tsegai

The Kim Kardashian Robbery has garnered publicity in a way that no one would have expected. Instead of headlines that sympathized with the frightened star, whose life seemed to flash before her very eyes as masked gunmen tied her up and held her at gunpoint, […]