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The Future of College Admissions during a Global Pandemic

By Rani B. ’21 Just one month ago, the Class of 2021 was faced with typical junior problems: needing to find a prom outfit, studying for the ACT, and preparing for their dreaded junior spring. However, these seemed much less important after the rise and spread of COVID-19, and especially after colleges sent their entire …

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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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Disease Week: Examining the Successes and Shortcomings of Global Forum 2019

Caption: Seniors during the student-led SDLC diversity activities. By, Teresa L. '19, Katie T. '19, and Ellisya L. '19 For months, Winsor students awaited—some eager and some less so—January 23 through 29, a week that promised no homework and instead hours of discussing and attempting to address global health problems. During the five days of …

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