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Senior Independent Learning Experience Process Revised

By, Qirrat A. '19 As we head into March, the seniors have just about a month and a half left of school. No, graduation is not in April; however, seniors will be embarking on their much-anticipated Independent Learning Experiences (ILE) during the final four weeks of their senior year. The ILE gives Winsor seniors an …

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Spelling Bee Promises Music and Laughter

By, Jamila O. '19 Welcome to The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee! The Upper School students in this year’s spring musical will be spelling their way through the championship of a lifetime in this clever comedy. The show follows an eclectic group of students competing in a pivotal spelling championship; as they navigate the …

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Artist of the Issue: US Orchestra’s Lydia B. ’19

By, Elly P. '21 A member of Upper School Chamber Orchestra since it began in 2015, Lydia B. ’19 has been playing piano for most of her life. Winsor students will remember hearing her in winter and spring concerts, Upper School Meeting performances, and last year’s graduation ceremonies. Outside of music, Lydia can be found …

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Politics of Identity Class Reflects on Implicit Bias

By, Sindhu K. '19 and Julie W. '19 What is the definition of class? What kinds of gender dynamics affect the workplace? Can the US government’s weak response to Hurricane Katrina be attributed to racial tensions? During Mr. Braxton’s Politics of Identity class first semester, seniors sought answers to questions such as these in their …

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