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Spectrum Town Hall Meeting Recap

April 30, 2015 4:11pm | Leo Weng, '15

With the dining hall-sponsored snacks rolling in the door of Baker Science Center at 6:35 p.m. on Thursday, Sprectrum began their very first town hall meeting on the topic of microaggressions. Kicking off the meeting, Maya Glenn and I started with a discussion of microaggression […]

TBT: Internet Phenomenons of Our Pasts

April 29, 2015 4:18pm | Lucy Catlett, '15

In celebration of Throwback Thursday, here at Online Chronicle we’ve created list of some of the greatest internet sensations of our generation! You may recall renditions of these 15 cyber celebs in your middle school hallways, at gym or in line at the grocery store. […]

Recap: 2011-2015 Scholars-in-Residence

April 23, 2015 4:15pm | Lucy Catlett, '15

I’ve never considered myself to be musical, though it’s been said that there’s an instrument out there for everyone. I imagine that the refined quiet types who,  if they could live in any decade, would choose 1890, play the violin; somber, morally grounded types play the […]

Day of Silence

April 12, 2015 4:23pm | Nathaniel Lambert '16

On Thursday, April 16th, the entire Episcopal community observed a Lunch of Silence in recognition of the National Day of Silence. Additionally, several members of the student body went a step further, participating in the entire Day of Silence. This event was established in 1996 […]

Madison’s Top Five Artists

April 6, 2015 9:21pm | Madison Hughes '15

Senior Madison Hughes tells the Chronicle which artists you should be listening to right now.  I’ve been exploring a lot of hip-hop and R&B music lately. A lot of the artists below have recently released a new album and most of the songs are really sincere and emotionally deep. […]

What We’re Talking About

March 25, 2015 4:02pm | Lucy Catlett '15, Elizabeth Collett '15, Annabelle Woodward '16

Elizabeth: 1) Let’s Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson 2) Monica Lewinsky advocates for herself in an award winning op-ed piece for Vanity Fair about her affair with President Bill Clinton and the media aftermath that she faced. 3) Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson […]

Donna Brazil Teaches Juniors About Leadership

March 24, 2015 4:56pm | Isabelle Zabriskie '16

Taking measured steps around the wrestling cage, Donna Brazil silenced a room of mid-afternoon moody juniors. Standing at a mere 5’1″, Brazil effortlessly commanded everyone’s attention. Mr. Park introduced her as a Colonel with a Ph.D. She graduated from West Point in 1983, got a […]

Gold Nuggets: Experiencing the Spring Senior “Leadership and Ethics” Program

March 24, 2015 4:39pm | Louie Rogers '15

What do Ms. Martha Farrell, Dr. Christopher Howard, Ms. Danielle O’Banion, and Brigadier General Peter Zwack all have in common? One clear answer is that each one of these men and women excel as leaders in their respective fields; they are pioneers of wisdom and […]

Winter Athletics Season Recap

March 23, 2015 4:40pm | Leo Weng '15

Watch the highlight video of winter athletics at EHS!

Spring Break in O’Canada

March 18, 2015 4:23pm | Judy Liu, '18

View photos from our trip! In order to experience the francophone experience in Quebec, Canada, eight students (freshmen to seniors) went on a five-day school trip during spring break with Mr. Amos to two cities in Quebec: Montreal and Mont Tremblant. In those five days, […]