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Marker in hand, senior Lauren Ross writes the different topics for the meeting down on the whiteboard. The club discussed politics as well as international policy. 

UNstoppable

Kate Bernstein, Staffer
December 10, 2019
Holding up one of her creations, junior Morgan Austrich smiles while displaying a wooden ornament painted with the Cornell mascot, Touchdown. Austrich is selling the ornaments for fifteen dollars each, with all the proceeds going to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Cancer-fighting Crafts

Kate Bernstein, Staffer
November 20, 2019
Sitting by where he keeps his bees, senior Sherman Lacost poses with a group of bees that he cares for. Lacost has kept bees after being encouraged by his father and looks forward to continuing to in the future. Photo courtesy of Sherman Lacost

To bee or not to bee

Izzy Antilla, Staffer
November 4, 2019
Beginning class with a review sessions Ap art history teacher William Renniger asks engaging questions to his third period class Thursday Sept. 17. When opening up about his mental health Renninger stated “I think it’s important to demystify it so it's not something that’s shameful, so people recognize this is pretty common,”.

Teacher openly speaks about mental illness

Ava Nelson, Features Editor
September 23, 2019
Exiting the practice lanes, junior Ella Bathurst goes to join her teammates Sept. 10 at Berkeley Prep. Bathurst placed first in the girls 200-meter medley relay and the 100-meter breaststroke.

Swimmer qualifies for Olympic Trials

Kate Carnante, Sports Editor
September 19, 2019
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