Posts Tagged: Mr. Leporini

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Bedside Table & Beyond: Understanding Yourself Through Your Nightstand

Chargers. Picture frames. Potentially a book or two. All items people tend to find necessary to keep on their nightstands. But what do our bedside tab...
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Roman Empire State Of Mind

“How often do you think about the Roman Empire?” is the question sweeping TikTok right now. Around the world, people are discovering that men thin...
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The Classroom Compass: Navigating Teachers’ Preferences 

I’ve always felt it’s a good day when I walk into a classroom and the desks are arranged in an unexpected way, a circle per sé. It means my teach...
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“You Don’t Understand Us!” Has High School Become More Difficult?

(illustration by Violet Fodor) We all have that family member. The one who is always griping about how “teenagers these days” have it so easy beca...
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Spot The Difference: Learning More About The Men Of The 400s

One time when I was walking out of my English class in Room 407 with Mr. Dave Anderson ‘07, I thought he changed his clothes for his next set.  It ...
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Playing The Losing Game: Trying Rejection Therapy

The worst they could say is “no”.  Whenever I question whether or not I should take an action I am hesitant about, that statement finds i...
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What CB Teacher Are You?

Have you seen yourself in literature teacher Mrs. Annie Vanenburg? Or do you tell stories as lively as Mr. Tomas Capogreco does? Maybe you’re a skil...
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Class Can Be Brutal, Might As Well Doodle

After a particularly enlightening literature class, the bell rang and I began to pack my backpack. My composition notebook was left on my desk, chock-...
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Schedule Struggles: What Set Do I Have Next?

When I signed up for the task of being a senior leader at Freshman Lock-in this year, I didn’t know I was signing up to explain the chaos that i...
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What Happened When I Brought My Hamster To School

January 4th, 2022 marked the start of the second semester of my senior year. More importantly, it marked my final term as Talon staff writer, and I’...