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  • September 12, 2017
    Apartheid and Johannesburg, Past and
    By Kate Johnston During the Age of Exploration, European countries looked toward colonization as a solution to their social, political and...
  • September 12, 2017
    Run For The SPAM: JV Cross
    By Jordan Leibowitz While some people might see running for long periods of time as difficult and tiring, running is the...
  • September 11, 2017
    Technology Emerging in the Middle
    By Stephen Laming Many Upper School students know Daniel Bartels, Collegiate’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Coordinator, as the...
  • September 11, 2017
    Camp
    By Jake Darling Located on the banks of the Neuse River in Arapahoe, North Carolina, the YMCA’s Camp Seagull is considered...
  • September 11, 2017
    Hurricane Harvey in Houston: Rescue
    After Recent Weather Events in Houston, Citizens Turn to Unconventional Rescue Methods By Matt Kollmansperger “When is the last time you...
  • September 11, 2017
    The North Korean
    By Caroline Curtis “[Kim Jong-Un] is radical, he is unpredictable, he is extreme, and he is getting more and more dangerous...
  • September 11, 2017
    Pizza is Good, Pizza is
    By Ethan Ruh While juicy cheeseburgers, barbeque, or apple pie might be considered national foods of the US, no food holds...
  • September 11, 2017
    Kyrie and the Celtics: What You Need To
    By Ellis Henderson II There has been a ground-shaking trade in the eastern conference of the NBA. On August 30th, the...
  • September 11, 2017
    Memories of Sand and Sun in Ocean City,
    By Claire Deal I am pulling in, I hear the ocean crashing faintly in the distance, and I can hear the...
  • September 11, 2017
    The Cheapest
    By Zach Bostic I hurried down River Road in my 2001 Land Cruiser. In the front seat sat a meal which...

Apartheid and Johannesburg, Past and Present

By Kate Johnston During the Age of Exploration, European countries looked toward colonization as a solution to their social, political and economic…

Run For The SPAM: JV Cross Country

By Jordan Leibowitz While some people might see running for long periods of time as difficult and tiring, running is the cornerstone…

Technology Emerging in the Middle School

By Stephen Laming Many Upper School students know Daniel Bartels, Collegiate’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Coordinator, as the leader of…

Camp Seagull

By Jake Darling Located on the banks of the Neuse River in Arapahoe, North Carolina, the YMCA’s Camp Seagull is considered more…

Hurricane Harvey in Houston: Rescue Operations

After Recent Weather Events in Houston, Citizens Turn to Unconventional Rescue Methods By Matt Kollmansperger “When is the last time you watched…

The North Korean Threat

By Caroline Curtis “[Kim Jong-Un] is radical, he is unpredictable, he is extreme, and he is getting more and more dangerous weapons,”…

Pizza is Good, Pizza is Great

By Ethan Ruh While juicy cheeseburgers, barbeque, or apple pie might be considered national foods of the US, no food holds a…

Kyrie and the Celtics: What You Need To Know About The Trade Of The Year

By Ellis Henderson II There has been a ground-shaking trade in the eastern conference of the NBA. On August 30th, the Cleveland…

Memories of Sand and Sun in Ocean City, Maryland

By Claire Deal I am pulling in, I hear the ocean crashing faintly in the distance, and I can hear the laughter…

The Cheapest Gourmet

By Zach Bostic I hurried down River Road in my 2001 Land Cruiser. In the front seat sat a meal which I…