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Just Manifest It: Positive Thinking For Positive Outcomes

One thing I thought I would never try before is manifesting. CB English teacher Mrs. Maureen Wanket introduced the practice to our Mastering the Essay...
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Summer Plans In An (Almost) Post-COVID World

With vaccines swiftly rolling out across the country, many of us are overwhelmingly excited about the summer to come. Being in quarantine throughout m...
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Decisions, Decisions: The Ups And Downs Of The College Admissions Process

The months of spring are usually a time of tranquility with animals awakening from hibernation, the blossoming of flowers, and new life beginning. But...
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AP Exams 2021: Online Or On Campus?

Students internationally are doing their best to prepare for the current 2021 AP Exams. Unlike last year, College Board has offered test-takers a choi...
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Trickle Down Reelconomics

All of us have taken classes where we wondered whether this class would be useful in the real world. However taking Economics at CB is certainly not o...
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Dress Code Disregarded

The CB dress code. A policy that is almost universally disliked by CB students. Everyone wants to wear sweats or jeans to school, but no one wants to ...
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Mending the Generational Divide: We Are Not All As Different As It Seems

(illustration by Kenny Ortiguesa ’22) Christian Brothers’ campus is brightly painted with various generations which is a part of the reaso...
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How Politics Permeate Personal Relationships

As politics have become more prominent parts of our lives over the years, political differences in interpersonal relationships have become far more pr...
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Working To Make A Difference

About a year ago, my friend Liz Cotillo (‘21) had recommended me to work at a residential home called Eskaton in Gold River. She had been working th...
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Dialogue & Deliberation In Model United Nations

Throw 20 high schoolers in a room and give them eight hours to form coalitions and solve the Israeli-Palestinian crisis — that’s Model UN in a...