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The Pandemic Exposes a Decline in Fast Fashion Sales

By Ellie W. '21 From when Winsor canceled school back in March to today, three months later, students have been feeling bored, and others have been stressed and sad in quarantine. What better way to handle stress or sadness than therapy? Retail therapy, I mean. Buying clothes has always been a sort of instant gratification, …

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A Look at Boston’s Protests for Racial Justice: Winsor Students’ Reactions to and Support of the Movement

By Lillian G. '21 and Caroline C. '21 The horrifying sight of white police officer Derek Chauvin’s knee pressed into unarmed Black man George Floyd’s neck, ultimately causing his death, has sparked outrage throughout America. Naomi Mekonnen ’21, a head of Sisters, Winsor’s black affinity group, remarked, “my heart broke on Tuesday as I watched …

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Change Through Education: A Guide to Anti-Racist Materials for Winsor Students

The following is a list of resources the Winsor community can use to become more active anti-racists. In the interest of making it as accessible as possible, many of the materials are available in Winsor’s e-book collection, Sora, which can be accessed by downloading the Sora app and logging in as a Winsor student, as …

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Appreciating Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Crisis

By Christina M. '23 and Katya A. '23 How well do you think you’ve been coping with this unfamiliar and frankly terrifying outbreak of COVID-19? Have you been feeling scared out of your mind as to what might happen next, either to you, or your friends and loved ones? Despite all these fears we may …

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