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Twice-Told Tale

Twice-Told Tale

My Unfinished Face, Merium Qureshi, Grade 10, Embroidery.
Showcase
By Any Other Name Showcases Another Season of Art
Amanda Wiboon, Co-editor and Director of Media • May 11, 2022
(Above) Prior to their performance, Zeal Patel and Santiago Calderon practice their presentation about Kendrick Lamar. Santiago explains, “Highlighting modern artists is important to see into the future, and that is exactly what we plan to do.” From initiating discussions regarding the life that African Americans face in Compton to providing evidence of black excellence in society today, they memorize their speeches before presenting in the Harriett Coleman Center For the Arts.
Poetry Pops Up Throughout Campus
Santiago Calderon and Zeal Patel, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Editor • May 6, 2022
Look Up
Arely Rubio, Staff • April 7, 2022
Organic Foods Sustain Past the Premium
Santiago Calderon, Editor-in-Chief • March 21, 2022
Don't Look Up Gives Us Reason To
Santiago Calderon, Editor-in-Chief • January 31, 2022
Domestic Violence Debate Takes Center Court
Sarah Finfrock, Director of Advertising • January 3, 2022
A Galaxy of Writers Shine through Aster Lit
Amanda Wiboon, Co-editor and Director of Media • March 22, 2022
Chinese New Year Begins a Year of Celebration
Serena Young, Freelance Writer • March 14, 2022
(Above) Prior to their performance, Zeal Patel and Santiago Calderon practice their presentation about Kendrick Lamar. Santiago explains, “Highlighting modern artists is important to see into the future, and that is exactly what we plan to do.” From initiating discussions regarding the life that African Americans face in Compton to providing evidence of black excellence in society today, they memorize their speeches before presenting in the Harriett Coleman Center For the Arts.
Poetry Pops Up Throughout Campus
Santiago Calderon and Zeal Patel, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Editor • May 6, 2022

You’re sitting in English class, reading a poem. Some of you are somewhat engaged, but many of you may be off snoozing. But, to Dr. Brenda...

Rom-Com Rambling
Rom-Com Rambling
Arely Rubio, Staff • April 6, 2022

Being given the parameter of well... no parameter... is harder than one would think. I’m sure that if I had a clear vision of what this article...

(Above) If you could only order one thing from the menu at Sugar Dough Bakehouse, I would recommend the Strawberry Croissant. It was essentially a croissant filled with a cream filling and fresh strawberries. The light and sweet texture of the filling was unlike any other. Although expensive, the fresh and fluffy dough of the croissant was well worth it.
Bakehouse Introduces Global Flavors
Arya Sant, Staff • March 30, 2022

On Corrine Drive, visitors can find Sugar Dough Bakehouse, a bakery which specializes in pastries. The Asian-inspired flavors,...

My Unfinished Face, Merium Qureshi, Grade 10, Embroidery.
Entertainment
By Any Other Name Showcases Another Season of Art
Amanda Wiboon, Co-editor and Director of Media • May 11, 2022

By Any Other Name, award-winning Upper School literary magazine, released its spring publication after the success of Arts in April. Ranked First...

(Above) With the resources available on campus, The Podcast Club utilizes Lake Highland’s Toby Wosskow Film Studio in order to produce the highest quality podcasts possible. By brainstorming, revising, recording and editing, The Podcast Club’s acquired technical expertise has been critical to foster media development on campus.
Media Clubs Create New Buzz
Zeal Patel, Co-Editor • March 7, 2022
(Above) Phil Dalhausser and his former volleyball partner, Todd Rogers, won gold medals in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. This would make his name as a Gold Medal Olympian, making history in the beaches around the world.
Olympian Carries the Torch for Florida
Arely Rubio, Staff • April 5, 2022

Phil Dalhausser, A.K.A. “The Thin Beast” has been all around the volleyball from his first Olympics in Beijing to the most recent in Tokyo,...

(Above) A participant from the Special Olympics of Florida is throwing shot put, a track and field event that involves tossing a heavy spherical ball as far as possible. Women “put” an eight-pound ball, while men “put” a 15-pound ball. Volunteers assist in recording distances, congratulating participants, and providing medals.
Special Olympics Sparks Opportunities For All
Zeal Patel, Co-editor • April 4, 2022

Most children follow a set path starting with childhood sports, whether it’s basketball, baseball, or even football. From continuing...

(Above) For Coach Scott Schenker, he is honored to help everyone grow as an athlete as they continue to achieve their goals. He explained, “They are family, and there is nothing more rewarding than that.”
Varsity Softball Hits Off a New Season
Alexandra Caballero, Copy Editor • March 31, 2022

As the spring season quickly approaches, the Varsity Softball team is already one step ahead. Starting as early as January 2022 with...