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Bilingual Students Learning a Third Language at Winsor

By Suzanne Pogorelec Aquí en Winsor, hay muchos estudiantes que hablan otro idioma en casa para comunicarse mejor con sus parientes o solo para conectar mejor con su cultura. Poder hablar dos idiomas es impresionante por sí mismo, pero es todavía más impresionante cuando añades la idea de que niños bilingües también aprendan otro lenguaje …

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Where Is She Now: Rani Balakrishna’s Journey at Winsor

By Jaya Kolluri Starting her early Winsor journey as a fifth grader in Class I, Rani Balakrishna ’21 has been a long standing member of the Winsor community. From starting out as a middle schooler, graduating as a senior was a bittersweet moment for Rani; “It was definitely sad to leave Pilgrim Road, but I …

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Celebrating Black Joy in the Month of February

By Katya Agrawal How can a community like Winsor honor Black history? The month of February, Black History Month, is devoted to this pursuit. February brings the remembrance of immense struggle; one often associates Blackness with egregious acts of brutality, such as slavery, Jim Crow, or modern manifestations of racism. And, while discussing these issues …

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World AIDS Day with Señor: A 40 Year Look on AIDS

By Katina Handrinos World AIDS Day is an international day dedicated to raising awareness for the AIDS epidemic. AIDS is a debilitating disease, and during the 1980s and 90s, both social and political responses to the epidemic brought the LGBTQ+ community together in activism. Lower School Spanish teacher, James Jer-Don, affectionately known by his students …

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