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Strike With Us On September 20th: Some Things Are Worth Breaking the Rules For.

By, Calla W. '22 and Imogen C. '22 This summer, Boston experienced its hottest July on record. In fact, across the globe, both June and July were the hottest months ever recorded. Although these extremes are new records, they come with little surprise to those who are aware of changes to the global climate; nine …

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Trading Places: Editors Partake in Annual Panel Tradition

By Nicholas D. ’19, Teresa L. ’19, Ellisya L. ’19, Thomas M. ’19, Matthew S. ’19, and Katie T. ’19 Winsor at Belmont Hill   Class Schedule Schedule is a significant aspect of any school and greatly contributes to the students’ experiences; it determines how much homework we have each night, how we choose our …

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Most Likely to Succeed? Ms. Stern

By, Sam G. '19 “Most Likely to Succeed?” is a new column being introduced to the 2018-2019 Panel Backpage. In this column, the Backpage editors interview a highly-respected Winsor faculty member about an embarrassing or difficult time in their life, specifically during their middle school, high school, and early college years. The purpose of “Most …

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Student Athletes: Transitioning from High School to College

By, Sam M. '21 and Caroline C. '21 The transition from high school sports to college sports is definitely a difficult one. From the time commitment to fitness to balancing academics on top of sports, there are so many aspects of college which differ from the typical high school sports experience. Arielle M. ’15 walked …

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