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Why Winsor Should Change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day

By Zoe V-K. '24 On October 12, 1492, an Italian explorer named Christopher Columbus landed on what is now called San Salvador, an island in the Bahamas. Columbus’ voyages would become a symbol for bold discovery and a point of pride for many Italian-Americans. This “discovery” would also be a point of pride among Americans …

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Students Reflect on Winsor’s Hybrid Schedule

By Natalie P. '23 and Lauren H. '23 The Winsor School is no stranger to virtual learning, and yet, most students can still vividly remember hugging their classmates, attending school-wide assemblies, and frolicking around mask-free on 103 Pilgrim Road just last March. Winsor’s COVID-19 school reopening team, tasked with creating a plan that prioritized the …

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