Articles by: Siri Palreddy '20

Choate students interact with students from schools in Vietnam, Japan, and the Philippines.

Choate Students Travel to Osaka, Japan for Global Symposium

December 15, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

In the second to last week of fall term, when most Choate students were studying for tests and making up homework, Abbie Chang ’19 and Owen Orthwein ’19 went on a week-long trip to Osaka, Japan as Choate’s student representatives at the Think For The Future Global Symposium. The ThinkRead More

Saying Farewell to Ms. Nijole Janik: Choate’s Finance Familiar Face

October 6, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Last week, students, faculty, and staff said goodbye to a beloved, if less well known, member of the Choate community. On September 29, after 29 years with the school, Accountant Ms. Nijole Janik retired. Ms. Janik joined Choate’s financial office in the fall of 1988. Ms. Janik has a bachelor’sRead More

Crowds gather as Sebastian Jimenez '21, Alan Luo '18, and alum Sabrina Xie '17 teach children to make popsicle stick catapults. In the back: Giorgiana McCombe '19 and Even Karas '19 make mylar balloons.

Interactions With Innovation At Maker Faire

September 29, 2017 at 6:01 am 0 comments

Where in the world can you find a light-up prom dress, a bicycle-powered music stage, and a solar-energy chariot drawn by a robot Arnold Schwarzenegger? 20 Choate students found all three this weekend in the same place during the  2017 World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science.Read More

Macron Claims Victory, Now Must Effect Change

Macron Claims Victory, Now Must Effect Change

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

In the widely observed and anticipated French election held on May 7,  Emmanuel Macron of the centrist-progressive En Marche party beat his opponent Marine Le Pen of the conservative nationalist National Front party. Since winning the election, Macron and his party have received international recognition and acclaim. While Macron didRead More

Too Many Allegations: Why Fox Had to Fire O’Reilly

Too Many Allegations: Why Fox Had to Fire O’Reilly

May 12, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Although workplace harassment is a phenomenon that should have been left in the Madmen era, it is unfortunately still present  in this day and age. As announced on April 19, Mr. Bill O’Reilly was fired from his position of host of The O’Reilly Factor, a top-rated cable show on theRead More

After a summer overhaul, the Reading Room now has modern, less anitquated books on display.

In Increasingly Digital World, Library Ponders how to Modernize

October 21, 2016 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Ms. Jennifer Tuleja, Director of the Andrew Mellon Library, hopes to modernize the way the library offers educational resources, in order for the library to come closer to becoming an academic and social hub at Choate. Recently, some librarians have begun to teach a few World History classes, as theRead More

The Torah procession began at the Sally Hart Lodge and ended at the Seymour St. John Chapel.

New Torah: a Significant Symbol

September 30, 2016 at 6:00 am 1 comment

Traditional fiddle tunes pierced the air last Sunday evening as people danced and laughed in a warm welcome to Choate’s new Torah. The procession of faculty and students started at the Sally Hart Lodge before parading around campus with the Torah and settling down in the Seymour St. John ChapelRead More