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Celebrating Immigrants’ Roles on the Frontlines of the Pandemic

By Katherine T. '22 With a growing shortage of healthcare workers and the number of refugees admitted to the US each year at a historic low, the US is struggling to mitigate the devastating effects of the coronavirus outbreak on immigrants. The historically low refugee cap demonstrates how the Trump Administration has utilized the pandemic …

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A Recap of January’s Student-Teacher Conferences

By Ellie W. '21 Last month, the words “student-led conferences” would have elicited a variety of reactions, from groans to exclamations of “I’m so nervous” or “I’m actually really excited!”. By now, however, some opinions may have changed. In September, I wrote an article expressing my feelings about the changes to the Winsor conference system …

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