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Beyond Grad at Grad

Beyond Grad at Grad

Sydney Leardi, Online Editor May 24, 2023

At the end of April, I was asked to give the All-School Easter Mass Reflection. This occasion would mark the final leadership opportunity I take on at Prep. As I went through the writing and revising...

You Will Be Fine, I Promise

You Will Be Fine, I Promise

Annie Roske, Editor-In-Chief May 24, 2023

The past few months of my life, my mind has been cluttered with the transition I will inevitably make this fall into college. I worry about meeting new people, saying goodbye to my friends from high school,...

A Series of Painfully Imperfect Events

A Series of Painfully Imperfect Events

Anna Roberts, Visuals Editor May 24, 2023

One quote that has stuck with me is from one of my favorite movies, Little Women. “I want to be great or nothing,” I heard in 2019, and, as a freshman with big expectations and crushing perfectionism,...

These Are Not the Best Years of Our Lives

These Are Not the Best Years of Our Lives

Margot Gwynn, Online Editor May 24, 2023

Coming in to Prep as a freshman, I was bombarded with warnings that my four years here would fly by in the blink of an eye and with promises that these would be the best years of my life. As my days left...

Just. Say. Yes.

Just. Say. Yes.

Jeffrey Go, Editor-In-Chief May 24, 2023

These past four years have been a ride—one that was infinitely long yet ended abruptly. Throughout my high school life, I went through my highest highs and lowest lows, mentally, academically, and socially,...

Pick a Song, Any Song

Pick a Song, Any Song

Alden Arnold, Visuals Editor May 24, 2023

On May 25th, I will walk through McDonnell’s double doors, down the hallway, and step into the McHugh Gym for the last time as a Prep student. I know- with absolute certainty- as I walk into the Senior...

What do teachers think about Chat GPT/AI?

Opinion: Harnessing Chat GPT in Education

Ben Oswald and Sophia Magnano May 11, 2023

Is the infamous ChatGPT good or bad? Well, it’s a bit more complex than good or bad. All new technology presents pros and cons. There is no avoiding new technology as it is constantly becoming more advanced,...

There’s No Excuse To Be An Activist, Right?

Alden Arnold, Visuals Editor May 5, 2023

In an age where current global events, politics, and opinions are as accessible as one’s camera roll, it takes an effort to stay uninformed. More than ever, people are exposed to issues relating to inequality,...

Censorship: The Suppression of Media in a Media Driven Society

Annie Roske, Editor-In-Chief May 5, 2023

Read by almost every American student, the novel “Fahrenheit 451” poses an important question of the rights to read, speak, produce, or consume media. The issues of citizen’s freedoms of speech and...

This Crazy Thing Called Empathy

Annie Roske, Editor-In-Chief March 5, 2023

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou Psychologically, empathy is the ability to...

Opinion: Prep Music Needs More Love

Jeffrey Go, Editor-in-Chief December 15, 2022

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone says the word “mass?” Is it the scripture readings? The specific dress code for the day? The sense of community? For me, the first thing that...

Opinion: Let’s Examine Our Dress Code With Fresh Eyes

Claire Rulyak, Managing Editor November 18, 2022

There are so many opinions circling the Prep community about this dress code that I think it is hard to find a place to start a conversation about it. Yet still I hope that those in authority, as well...

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