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The Yellow Slip Investigation

Frowns everywhere the eye wandered. Disapproving deans. Frustrated students. Teachers tired of complaints. The first day of school presented an image...
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Persuasive Pedaling: Why You Should Cycle to School

If you go to CB, you have passed the bike rack. Maybe you’ve never noticed it, but it’s been there, albeit a little empty. It has probably slipped...
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Classmates Turned Competition: The CB Election Circuit

Let’s set the scene: Posters cover the hallways. Familiar faces walk around passing out lollipops and chocolate. “Vote for me!” they say. And wh...
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Scholars By The Sea: An Inside Look At The Class Of 2024 Trip to Monterey

Salty beach winds, big-eyed sea otters spinning in the water, and memorable time spent with close friends. Beautiful Monterey, California, the destina...
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Real Life Smashy Road: Danger In The CB Parking Lot

We all have those moments: driving over a curb, accidentally cutting someone off, almost hitting a pedestrian. And sure, it’s embarrassing. But what...
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It’s Hammer Time

I don’t have Mr. Joshua Hammer ‘12 for religion this year, but I hear his name every day. And while the context differs, the tone is always en...
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Give Me Pizza Or Face My Racket: The Uncovered Inequities Of Women’s Tennis

Despite being a sport in which love is in the rules, women’s tennis doesn’t get much. A day in the life of a women’s tennis player highlights ma...
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Freddie The Falcon’s Funk

Freddie the Falcon. Who even knows that much about him?  “I don’t know. He’s pretty cool though,” Taylor Pagano (‘24) observed after wi...