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A closer look at Winsor’s High Commitment Clubs

By Haley K. Crystal Y. and Caitlin S. The ideal day: grasping for answers in front of an intimidating panel of established venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and investment bankers as they grill you on your valuation of a pillow company. Alternatively: launching into your fourth tangent in your 8-minute extemporaneous speech on a topic you frankly …

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The Lubin O’Donnell Center: An Environmental Oasis Or An Unutilized Opportunity?

By Caitlin S. '21 When the Lubin O’Donnell Center was first revealed to the Winsor community in April 2015, students rushed into the building with awe and excitement. After years of anticipation during the construction process, the community could now finally use the modern addition to Winsor’s red brick campus. Ms. Geromini, the Director of …

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The Downfall of America’s Dad’: Bill Cosby and #MeToo

By, Crystal Y. '20 “Here was America’s Dad on top of me,” testified Janice Dickinson on April 26, 2018, one of the many women claiming to have been sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby. However, Dickinson’s encounter, which happened approximately 36 years ago, is not the one that this newest case against Cosby involves. That title …

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