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How Should We Celebrate Presidents’ Day?

By Sofie Robinson and Gia Bharadwaj Every year, schools across the country close on the third Monday of February in recognition of Presidents’ Day, but few students or faculty truly acknowledge or celebrate the holiday. As time passes, the occasion has become more of an opportunity to purchase items on sale than an homage to …

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A Student’s Perspective on Winsor’s COVID Policies

By Audrey Wang The COVID-19 pandemic has been ongoing for nearly two years now, and Winsor is still actively updating its restrictions. This January, there was a massive spike in the number of cases due to the Omicron variant, resulting in the decision to have online school for the first week back from break. In …

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Should Computer Science Be a Requirement at Winsor?

By Sophia Lichterfeld Winsor writes in their mission statement that they “prepare young women to pursue their aspirations and contribute to the world.” In an increasingly digitized global culture where “computer science courses are essential if students want to grow into well-rounded adults who are prepared for the future,” as Emily Lutzker ’25 noted, can …

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