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Global problems on a Winsor scale

Grace Eysenbach, Guest Writer The EU published a report recently on what they believe to be the world’s 10 biggest problems. While students at Winsor are indeed extremely privileged in some respects, even we are not immune to some of the major issues facing our current society. World Hunger: When you arrive at snack 5 […]

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A new way to fulfill the fitness requirement

Kayla Camacho, Staff Writer This year, Winsor has opened up a new way to fulfill the fitness requirement for those of us who are not inclined toward copious amounts of daily physical exertion: Step Club. What is it?  Basically, step club is the answer for every Winsor student who has tweeted about how having to […]

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Teacher Profile: Mr. Young

Kayla Camacho, Staff Writer This year, Winsor has gained a lot of new faculty.  In the interest of getting to know one of the new members of the Winsor community, we interviewed Mr.  Young, the new Director of Technology. What was your favorite childhood Halloween memory? I was 12.  I remember that one because that […]

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A day in the life of a MUN delegate

By Maya Jay 7:30 am: Alarm goes off. Hit snooze 7:40 am: Alarm goes off again, you roll out of bed and head to the bathroom, only to find that your roommate has occupied it. 7:42 am: Get back into bed. 7:51 am: Get back up again, turn on CNN to stay up-to-date with world […]

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A fantastic “Proof”

By Ananya M-D, Staff Writer Last week, the Winsor community was treated to the Winsor production of David Auburn’s “Proof”. The play was originally written in 2000, and went on to win a Pulitzer Prize, a Tony Award, and be made into a blockbuster film in 2005. The Winsor version was condensed down into 40 […]

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Op-Ed: affirmative action

The following article is a response to one published in the Panel in its last issue, and was sent directly to us by the author. RE: AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: BENIGN INTENTION, UNJUST EXECUTION By Summer Payton, Guest Writer Before I craft my response to last issue’s article “Affirmative Action: Benign Intention, Unjust Execution,” I should define […]

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Penny race results!

Here are the results from last month’s penny race. The winner’s of the race were classes IV/VIII, although classes I/V and II/VI raised over 78% of the total proceeds of the event. Congrats to all the classes on a job well done! Classes I/V: + 3,237 points, – 40,445 points = -37,208 points Classes II/VI: […]

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Teachers reading “Wrecking ball”

To get you all through this difficult week, The Red Hot Read presents Winsor teachers reading Miley Cyrus’s famous “Wrecking Ball” lyrics. This is our own little parody of Morgan Freeman reading “What Does the Fox Say?” (click here to see that). We hope you enjoy! NOTE: For privacy issues, this is an unlisted and private […]

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Winsor art gallery

Recently, a beautiful photo and art gallery has been put up around the hallways of Winsor. In honor of the work of Class I and everyone else, here’s a gallery of photos of the artwork. Enjoy! Photos by Tori Lyons, Staff Writer

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Trick-or-treating teachers!

Halloween is just around the corner, so we decided to ask some of your (and our) favorite teachers what they would be for this special holiday! Question: If you were to go trick or treating this Halloween (as an adult), what would you be? Ms. Labieniec: Retro ghost Ms. Grassi: pumpkin (pronounced ‘pooooompkin’) Ms. Chase: […]

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