Appreciating the Minimalist Lunch

Arnold von Engelbrechten '19, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Op/Ed

University’s schools longstanding tradition of the “minimalist” lunch is an established custom that has become part of the culture at least in my time at US. Despite the lunch’s good intentions, unfortunately the whole...

Restoring Order: The Extension Epidemic

Tim Sullivan '19, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Filed under Op/Ed

A few weeks ago, I walked into the library after the afternoon extension to try to get some work done. It was a mess. The couch was out of place, tables and chairs were scattered about, and two freshmen had decided to get into...

Covering the Fall Play

John-Shaw Moazami, Staff Writer

November 19, 2017

Filed under Op/Ed

University School’s fall production Enter Laughing hit the stage on Thursday October 26th and Saturday October 28th. The play focused on a young machine delivery boy by the name of David Kolowitz, played by Auryon Azar ’19, w...

The Assembly Epidemic

Ben Chao, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017

Filed under Op/Ed

You know the drill: tuck in your shirt, fasten your tie, button your blazer and file down into the auditorium to your seat in assembly. While some in the community may not realize it, this tradition is truly a relic of the past....

The Growing Importance of Neutrality

Enea Cominelli, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017

Filed under Op/Ed

As 2017 quickly comes to a close, it is clear that this past year has hosted one of the most politically heated climates in recent memory. With a plethora of controversies, ranging from the unclear policies of Donald Trump to...

Snakes in the Snack Cart

Snakes in the Snack Cart

October 8, 2017

Advice to Underclassmen

Advice to Underclassmen

October 8, 2017

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