Category Archives: Middle School

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…

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…

The Jazz Band Concert

Have you ever wanted to experience music that was unhindered by constraints and open to deeply intricate improvisational styles? Have you ever…

A Family Affair

On September 6, 2002, I sadly lost my status as an only child, and with it, the undivided attention of my parents….

A Day in the Life of Shep Lewis

“I’m approaching 40, but I’m not old. Even if I’m 50, I’m still not old. I’m not scared.” On June 8, 1977,…

Capstones: A New Era at Collegiate

The class of 2017 will be the last class to have Senior Projects in their current form. These projects are meant to give…

Girls Can’t What?

Some girls are breaking the barrier of gender separation in sports by playing male-dominating sports. Between 2006 and 2016, the number of…

Want To Sell Your Products? Come to Cougar Enterprises!

By Olivia Laskin and Amy Kaplan On Wednesday, April 5, the Collegiate Middle Schoolers embarked on an entrepreneurial journey. From 12:10-1:00 p.m., Cougar…

Donovan Williams: Ahead Of The Game

Donovan W. (‘21) is not your average eighth grader. According to Excellence Perry (‘17), he is “the next big thing” and  “has…