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Dining Hall Overflow: Lack of Luxurious Lunches

September 22, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

With the new schedule in place, Choate students must now adapt to several drastic changes, one of which is the new lunch blocks. To fix the issue of students not having time to eat lunch on a daily basis, this year’s schedule includes a two-hour block with designated times forRead More

Nature-Inspired Photo Shoots Around Campus

May 22, 2017 at 12:44 pm 0 comments

If you’re eager for new visual art to admire, look no further than the walls of most campus buildings. Posted on the entryway to the dining hall and the cork boards within Hill House and Humanities are evidence of two photo shoots that have taken place around campus: Eleanor KimRead More

To be a Vegan

May 22, 2017 at 12:42 pm 0 comments

Imagine no burgers on burger day, no ice cream from the soft serve machine, and no pizza whatsoever. Being vegan means avoiding the consumption of any animal products whatsoever, including meat, cheese, and milk. Three Choate vegans described their journey into veganism, its benefits, and its challenges. Leila Cohen ’19Read More

Misstique: Choate’s Feminist Magazine

May 22, 2017 at 12:39 pm 0 comments

Sit at any table in the dining hall, and you’ll noticed the newest publication on campus: a feminist magazine called Misstique. Misstique’s main goal is to raise awareness about the accomplishments of girls on campus in any field, from academics to the sports and the arts. The magazine supports theRead More

No Reward on Prize Day

No Reward on Prize Day

May 19, 2017 at 6:01 am 0 comments

First, to all those students who will win a prize this year: Congratulations! We applaud your hard work and accomplishments this school year, whether they be academic, athletic, or artistic. Your excellence is undoubtedly commendable, and your contributions to the community should not go unrecognized. That being said, we, theRead More

Beyond the Violin: Choate’s Unsung Musicians

Beyond the Violin: Choate’s Unsung Musicians

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

Here at Choate, there are many students who go unrecognized for their skills; this ranges in every aspect of school life. It is easy to forget the individuals who have honed their art on percussive instruments, keeping time and the measure of every beat. It is easy to forget theRead More

Taking a Stand against Sexism in the Music Industry

Taking a Stand against Sexism in the Music Industry

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

  Music is one of most powerful tools in the world. It can influence people’s minds, resonate with them, and inspire hope, peacefulness, energy, and happiness. Unfortunately, in today’s society, that power has been abused. We have become desensitized to the objectifying nature that today’s top hits entail.  In today’sRead More

Mr. Warren has been a friendly face in the library since 1976.

Mr. Warren to Leave Role in the Mellon Library

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

After 41 years at Choate, librarian Mr. Craig Warren will retire at the end of this year. Mr. Warren’s first librarian job was in the Connecticut State Prison in Somers where he worked for three and half years in the 1970s. In February of 1976, he became Choate’s Librarian. “He’sRead More

The Indonesian Election Reveals a Lack of Moderation

The Indonesian Election Reveals a Lack of Moderation

May 19, 2017 at 6:00 am 0 comments

As in the United States or France, the recent election in Indonesia says a lot about the country’s current political direction. At one point, Indonesia may have been the model for how faith can co-exist with democracy — shining light of religious tolerance and ethnic inclusion of the Muslim worldRead More