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Upper School’s New Maker Space

Junior Evan Scott crafting a bracelet during a free period in the MakerSpace. (Paul Hansen’19/Media) The former computer lab in our Upper School Library is now a maker space. Sewing machines, a rainbow loom, and drones have replaced the many monitors that have been in this room for years.   Upper school librarian, Ms. Nzimiro, said


Academy Fourth Annual Computer Science Fair

(Julia Gurevitz’20/Media) On Wednesday, May 24, Academy’s upper and middle school students came together in the Dining Hall to celebrate 82 students, who participated in the fourth annual Computer Science Fair.  Enjoying Whit’s frozen custard, students walked around to look at their classmates’ projects, ranging from created websites to internet games. Evident were both the


Cavaliers Rev Up

After overcoming a 3-1 deficit in the 2016 NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers are ready for another hopeful post-season run for the championship title.  The Cavs finished their season in the second seed: the first time they have been not been the first in the East since November 8, 2015. It is also the first


Spring Break Window Shopping and a Slice

Shopping outlets generally sell apparel, cookware, and the like at cheaper prices than at retail stores, so if you are looking for a bargain or a new place to browse and order pizza or grab a coffee, and just take it easy, the Tanger Outlets in Delaware, directly off 71 North, may be appealing. Express,