Category: Opinions

The Enrollment Process

Veronica Ruiz ‘23 Staff Writer The computer labs and libraries were crowded with people. There was tension in the rooms. The word “Enroll” was all up on everyone’s desktop screen, just waiting to be clicked on at exactly 7:00 a.m. The enrollment process can be one of the […]

Struggle for the Struggling

By Ryen Cinski ‘22Opinions Editor Just this past October of 2019, a New Jersey public school district, Cherry Hill, announced that they would be banning kids who owe lunch money from purchasing prom tickets, going on field trips and participating in other extracurricular activities. The district was met […]

No Shame

By Ryen Cinski ‘22Opinions Editor This past weekend I was doing some online shopping. As I scrolled through Brandy Melville, a popular women’s clothing brand known for its bold one-size-fits-all system, I saw a pair of pants that I liked. I clicked on the photo of them and […]

The Internship Dilemma

By Maggie Connolly ‘21Staff Writer A fifth summer of lifeguarding at a neighborhood pool. No business casual involved, getting paid, and getting a tan? Sure, sign me up! Getting paid just over Indiana’s measly minimum wage? Adding another year of hometown lifeguarding instead of a viable internship to […]

Do We Actually Know Worcester?

By Julia Maher ’23Staff Writer Whether it is called “the Woo,” “the Heart of the Commonwealth,” or simply “Worcester,” the second most populous city in New England is certainly a fascinating place. Worcester is rich in history and diversity and has many attractions to offer, including restaurants, colleges, […]