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For God and Humankind

For God and Humankind

Ali Ferri, Editor

November 16, 2017No Comments

Will Blatz’s headshot in a Webster dorm window encompasses the cruciality of honoring religious beliefs of others. Given that Holderness School is an Episcopal school, the apprec...

Closed Off Buildings, Closed Off Trust

Closed Off Buildings, Closed Off Trust

Thalia Anastos, Editor

November 16, 2017No Comments

Upon returning to campus this fall, many students were eager to begin spending their weekends with their friends enjoying the same activities that they were previously able to. Howeve...

Posting Late Assignments Poses Problems

Posting Late Assignments Poses Problems

Emily Peltier, Editor

November 16, 2017No Comments

Imagine this: it is 9:00 pm and the first half of study hall has just ended. You are ready to finish up your work in the next ten minutes and finally relax. However, this dream is c...

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Outside the Bubble

Una Cataluña Independiente (Sí o No)

Una Cataluña Independiente (Sí o No)

Lolo Zabaleta, Foreign Correspondent

November 16, 2017No Comments

On October 1st, Catalonia held a referendum asking its’ citizens whether or not they desired independence. My previous article was about this event and its controversy, and, as I mentioned, the situation has indeed progressed.   While an overwhelmi...

In Defense of the Electoral College

In Defense of the Electoral College

Kitt Urdang, Editor

November 16, 2017No Comments

Five times in the history of the United States, the winner of the popular vote didn’t become President. The most recent of these times were in 2000 when George W. Bush won the pre...

Quebec Uncovers: Veils, Conspicuous Religious Symbols Banned

Quebec Uncovers: Veils, Conspicuous Religious Symbols Banned

Rebecca Feist, Editor

October 31, 2017No Comments

Last Wednesday, a controversial bill passed by the Quebec National Assembly caused conflicting opinions to arise among many residents of the Canadian province of Quebec. Bill 62 is ...

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Personalities

Stats, Facts, Opinions: Holderness School Begins a New Year

Stats, Facts, Opinions: Holderness School Begins a New Year

Emily Peltier and Bridgit Potter | September 22, 2017

As we kick off the school year with about a hundred new faces on campus, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. We wanted to paint the scene of the Holderness community and those who help contribute to that sense of community. We were curious about what makes Holderness the community it is, so we sent out an all-school survey and interviewed a handful of new students and a new faculty member. The following resu...

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Holderness Announces Fish & Dairy Thursdays

Holderness Announces Fish & Dairy Thursdays

November 16, 2017

With the recent success of meatless meals, Holderness School is proud to announce Fish & Dairy Thursdays.  This change comes on the heels of a comprehensive nutrition audit that identified serious gaps in student nutrition.  "The combination of seafood rich in omega-3s and calcium-packed dairy is a no-brainer for student-athletes in need of both balanced nutrition and a thorough purging of...