The SPECTRUM

Volume 30

The SPECTRUM

The SPECTRUM

Blue Light Glasses: Do They Work?

Blue Light Glasses: Do They Work?

Dillon Ring | January 13, 2021

I’m sure you’ve all heard of, seen, or maybe even owned something called blue light glasses. A major trend during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can find them anywhere and everywhere, online and...

Sarahs Suggestions

Sarah’s Suggestions

Juliet Suess | May 24, 2017

All my friends have fun traveling plans over summer, and I don’t have anything to do. What would you recommend doing? Sincerely, Bored Dear Bored, Summer is the best opportunity to do things that you...

Students reflect on the importance of happiness on campus

Students reflect on the importance of happiness on campus

Juliet Suess | March 10, 2017

By Lauren Nehorai '20 Happiness is defined as a state of good fortune, contentment and bliss. It can be considered a key to success or a spell that possesses the power to transform someone’s state of...

Sarah’s Suggestions Issue 4

Juliet Suess | March 10, 2017

  By Sarah Healy '20 I feel like I need to improve in every aspect of my life right now. What are some things I can do? Sincerely, Overwhelmed Dear Overwhelmed, The first piece of advice I can give...

Second Semester 2016-2017 School Year

Juliet Suess | March 10, 2017

By India Altschul '20 The second semester started on Jan. 23. Seventh, eighth and ninth grade students as well as the deans have shared their thoughts about the second half of the year and everything...

Skaggs shuffles a deck of cards in order to perform one of his tricks. Credit: Leila DallOlmo 20/SPECTRUM

Spectacular Students: Clay Skaggs ’20 Magician

Juliet Suess | February 24, 2017

By Leila Dall'Olmo '20   Since he was young, Clay Skaggs ‘20 has been fascinated by the idea of magic and mystery, and he has continued his passion for it over the past years. “I became interested...

AssessMEANT to be?

AssessMEANT to be?

Juliet Suess | February 22, 2017

By Lauren Nehorai '20 and Alexandra Mork '20 When people think of winter, the first things that come to mind are often cold weather, hot chocolate, holidays, family and gifts. But with the second semester...

All Photos by Leila DallOlmo 20/ SPECTRUM

Spectacular Students

Juliet Suess | February 22, 2017

By Leila Dall'Olmo '20 and Georgia Gerber '20 Daniel Novikov '21: Breakdancer Leila Dall’Olmo ‘20 Daniel Novikov ‘21 believes breakdancing is a great way to express yourself, and he tries to incorporate...

Sarahs Suggestions

Sarah’s Suggestions

Juliet Suess | February 16, 2017

By Sarah Healy'20 How do I keep a club running and avoid it from not fading away?   Sincerely, Concerned Dear Concerned,   A club will keep running if you make it fun and have enough students....

Trumps triumph: How the election results have affected the campus

Trump’s triumph: How the election results have affected the campus

Juliet Suess | January 9, 2017

By Jeanine Kim '20 On Nov 8, election night in the United States, the nation became both united and divided within the course of 12 hours. After months of campaigning on both sides, the presidential election...

Sarahs Suggestions

Sarah’s Suggestions

Juliet Suess | January 9, 2017

I do Mock Trial, fencing and other outside of school extra-curriculars, which usually require two hours of practice each day. I’m struggling to manage all of those activities and homework because I...

Is the school unified under uniforms?

Juliet Suess | January 9, 2017

By Zoe Redlich '20 Although uniforms are no longer required, they were once a tradition of the school. Both Westlake School for Girls and Harvard School for Boys had them. However, they were put out of...

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