Molly Mitchell -
I realized that I actually am going to miss car rides with my parents, as well as many other mundane things that I constantly take for granted. It was also then when I decided to put all of these songs together, among many others, and make a playlist called "nostalgia."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
I was already eyebrow-less, socially awkward, and a fail at makeup blending, but to top it off my "extra" personality was flourishing.
Laurel Blaske -
The one and only girl in the Upper School who doesn't wear a skirt to school every single day not only owns a skirt, but actually wears enough skirts to have a favorite? Wow!
Meme Greene -
"We have everything from Ed Sheeran to Bob Dylan to Eric Clapton to The Eagles to standard Broadway to Steven Foster to the African freedom songs," said Doc. "It is the depth and diversity of repertoire that is so unusual this year."
Laurel Blaske -
For senior Tep Seth's final art project for the Holocaust and the History of Genocide class, she found her voice in the form of a tree.
Georgia Norton -
The snare begins, a tight, steady rhythm; then the piano joins, and then a clarinet. A saxophone's sustained notes drip from the stage, sweet and smooth, as blues and bossas fill the room.
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
As the soccer realm approaches May, competitions around the world are coming to a close. However, some are also just starting.
Arnav Rajdev -
"We played together as a team, competed hard, stayed united and believed in ourselves as a team."
John Srouji and Caroline York -
With a collective 20-10 winning streak, Lovett's lacrosse teams are steaming through their first month of the season.
Jack Nowland -
"We have a lot of young, skilled, and hungry players along with a big group of upperclassmen with lots of tournament experience, many with state title rings."
Jack Nowland -
"I think we're leaving the wrestling team in really good shape with the talent that will step up and lead the team next year," said Chris.
Nicholas Thurkow-Schlund -
For weeks now, they have been practicing in the gym, twisting, tumbling, turning, flipping, spinning, and falling. Well, maybe more falling than any of the others at times.
Meme Greene -
Shelby Jordan explained that AmStud wasn't as bad as she thought it would be. "There was a lot of writing, but I had great teachers which made it more manageable," she said.
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"It was really neat to see, one, the competitive nature, but also how fun it was across divisions... it's brought people together that normally don't see one another."
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
It's easy to tell ourselves when we're doing something wrong. However, it's another thing to actively try and stop.
Meme Greene -
"God gives us wonderful things," Carter said in his speech. "Life and freedom. Freedom to make our own choices. He also gives us talent and ability. Enough talent and ability to be successful in life."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"The reason why I was inspired to organize this walkout is because I have a renewed sense of optimism as a result of the youth activism that has resulted from the Parkland shootings," says Dylan Shapiro, who organized the protest.
Evie Monroe -
"I've gotten a little bit more poise now, hopefully, then when I started out," he admits. He has been able to maintain this due to his "great confidence in our community."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"The reason why I was inspired to organize this walkout is because I have a renewed sense of optimism as a result of the youth activism that has resulted from the Parkland shootings," says Dylan Shapiro, who organized the protest.
Evie Monroe -
"I've gotten a little bit more poise now, hopefully, then when I started out," he admits. He has been able to maintain this due to his "great confidence in our community."
Evie Monroe -
"We have an important job," she says. "Our important job is to keep remembering and to keep imagining what else could happen."
Meme Greene -
Shelby Jordan explained that AmStud wasn't as bad as she thought it would be. "There was a lot of writing, but I had great teachers which made it more manageable," she said.
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"It was really neat to see, one, the competitive nature, but also how fun it was across divisions... it's brought people together that normally don't see one another."
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
It's easy to tell ourselves when we're doing something wrong. However, it's another thing to actively try and stop.
Meme Greene -
"God gives us wonderful things," Carter said in his speech. "Life and freedom. Freedom to make our own choices. He also gives us talent and ability. Enough talent and ability to be successful in life."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"The reason why I was inspired to organize this walkout is because I have a renewed sense of optimism as a result of the youth activism that has resulted from the Parkland shootings," says Dylan Shapiro, who organized the protest.
Evie Monroe -
"I've gotten a little bit more poise now, hopefully, then when I started out," he admits. He has been able to maintain this due to his "great confidence in our community."
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