Mariano Rivera Joins the National Baseball Hall of Fame

By, Sam G. '19 Often considered the greatest closer in the sport, Mariano Rivera, the MLB career saves record holder and five-time World Series Champion, recently became the first ever player to be unanimously voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Along with designated hitter Edgar Martinez, fellow pitchers Roy Halladay, and Mike Mussina, …

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Winsor’s Next Steps in Understanding and Discussing Ability

By, Sophie de C. '19 On January 8, Winsor welcomed Kelsey Tainsh to speak to the student body and faculty on her experience with an identifier not often discussed in our school community: ability. At only five years old, Tainsh had a brain tumor and almost died as a result. 10 years after what she …

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Disease Week: Examining the Successes and Shortcomings of Global Forum 2019

Caption: Seniors during the student-led SDLC diversity activities. By, Teresa L. '19, Katie T. '19, and Ellisya L. '19 For months, Winsor students awaited—some eager and some less so—January 23 through 29, a week that promised no homework and instead hours of discussing and attempting to address global health problems. During the five days of …

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“Black Mirror”: Bandersnatch Brings New Form of Media

By, Julie W. '19 Sugar Puffs or Frosties? Accept a job offer or refuse it? Kill your father or let him go? Netflix’s first interactive film, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, compels the viewer to make decisions that become increasingly difficult and painful as the story arc progresses. The film was released on December 28, 2018 as …

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