Nukes in the North: Where, Why, and How the North Korean Crisis Began

By, Haley K. '20 A country in which only male government officials can drive, women cannot wear pants, smiling is illegal on June 8th, and there exists a death penalty for those who fall asleep in important meetings and make international calls may seem to have been pulled from a dystopian novel, but North Korea …

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After the Storm: Awaiting the End of Daniels’ Upcoming Trial

By, Crystal Y. '20 On January 12, 2018, The Wall Street Journal published the first details of what seemed to be yet another addition to the already long list of White House scandals. According to the publication, eleven days before the 2016 presidential election, Michael Cohen, one of Trump’s lawyers, paid adult film star Stormy …

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Taking a Look at a Significant Winsor Tradition: Ring Day

By, Leslie M. '19 As a Lower Schooler, I loved the springtime. I especially loved watching the Upper Schoolers hold all their wonderful traditions outside in the courtyard under the cherry blossom and willow trees, walking on the vivid green grass. They were celebrating their accomplishments through the many traditions at Winsor. Upper School traditions …

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Distracted Play Sparks a Conservation About ADD/ADHD

By, Talia W. Distracted by Lisa Loomer, Winsor’s spring play, depicts one mother’s experiences with her son, Jesse’s, behavioral challenges and explores the ways in which she learns how to parent him. The play presents the questions, “Who wouldn’t have attention deficit problems?” and “When do those problems qualify as a medical condition?” Although these …

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