Archive for March, 2016

Kage’s New Frontier: Explorations at NASA

Kage’s New Frontier: Explorations at NASA

March 31, 2016 at 11:45 am 1 comment

Computer programming: the seemingly incomprehensible series of letters and symbols that lies at the heart of our technology-dependent society. Most take it for granted, but not Patrick Kage ’16. No, Kage has taken his interest and skill in computer science to a whole new level: he is an intern atRead More

Choate Chats: Student Political Leaders

Choate Chats: Student Political Leaders

March 31, 2016 at 11:43 am 0 comments

Meet the illustrious student political leaders of Choate: Dylan Stafford ’16, the president of the Young Democrats; Grace Tully ’16, the president of the Young Republicans; and Aiden Reiter ’16 and Ryan Dant ’16, the founders of the Young Centrists. What inspired you to  become involved with politics? DS: I’veRead More

Bernie or Bust? Prepare for a Bust

March 31, 2016 at 11:40 am 2 comments

As Hillary Clinton’s delegate count creeps up, it is looking increasingly likely that she will beat out fellow candidate Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination. Clinton’s probable victory has angered Sanders’s passionate fans, many of whom have declared Sanders as a write in candidate. This movement—unofficially named “Bernie or Bust”—Read More

GOP Ineptitude Shown in Scotus Blockade

GOP Ineptitude Shown in Scotus Blockade

March 31, 2016 at 11:38 am 0 comments

In the wake of President Barack Obama’s nomination of Chief U.S. Court of Appeals Justice Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy left by the late Justice Antonin Scalia, the Republican-controlled Senate has once again proven itself averse to action and efficiency of any sort with its refusal to vote untilRead More

Black Elitism: A Lingering Affliction

March 31, 2016 at 11:35 am 0 comments

Minority communities have strong bonds that are the manifestations of the common experiences of their members. We commonly cite the Black, Hispanic/Latinx, and the LGBTQIA+ communities as prime examples of this phenomenon. However, there exists a beautiful diversity within these communities, along other lines of cultural identification. With that said,Read More

Iwazaru: Ingenious Improv

Iwazaru: Ingenious Improv

March 27, 2016 at 12:35 am 0 comments

For many people, getting up on a stage without truly knowing what to say is something straight out of a nightmare. For the 11 students who performed in Iwazaru, Choate’s improvisation show, however, it was a situation long sought. During the week of Halloween, Choate students squeezed into the loungeRead More

Anne Frank Tugs at Hearts

Anne Frank Tugs at Hearts

March 27, 2016 at 12:32 am 0 comments

Imagine: it’s 1944 Amsterdam. If you are lucky enough to be able to look through a window, you will see members of the Gestapo strolling through the deserted streets with weapons on their belts and swastikas on the sleeves of their uniforms. It’s a frightening sight, not so fun toRead More

A Snapshot of Bernstein ’16

A Snapshot of Bernstein ’16

March 27, 2016 at 12:31 am 0 comments

Even if you don’t know Rebecca Bernstein ’16, you’ve probably seen her walking around campus, perhaps with a camera in her hand, or maybe you’ve seen her eye-catching work displayed in the PMAC gallery. After all, Bernstein, a four-year senior from Edwards, Colorado, is an Arts Concentration photographer and anRead More

The Boys of Autumn: 3rds Soccer

March 27, 2016 at 12:25 am 0 comments

    Boys’ Thirds soccer, led by coaches Mr. Johnson and Mr. Robles and captains Imad Rizvi ’18 and Andrew Garver ’17, is renowned around campus as one of the most ferocious squads to step foot on the grass.  The sheer mental and physical demands of being a Thirds soccerRead More