"From immigration to race, New Stages 35’s stunning and glorious effect was profoundly political, while remaining amusing and enjoyable." Spotlight Editor Emily Boardman reviews the theatre department's annual student led and written New Stages performance. ... See MoreSee Less
"Race relations in America have never been, ironically, black and white." Opinion Editor Emily Montenegro reviews Washington Post reporter and former Shakerite Editor in Chief Wesley Lowery's new book, "They Can't Kill Us All," in Issue 3: The Speech Issue.
"Though Shaker has earned the label as a liberal “bubble,” the national divide is present here as well." Campus and City Editor Julia Barragate studies student speech and political discussion in story from Issue 3: The Speech Issue. ... See MoreSee Less
Editor-in-Chief Nora Spadoni and Print Managing Editor Grace Lougheed provide an update on social studies teacher Timothy Mitchell's paid administrative leave, following their police records request. ... See MoreSee Less
A records request reveals no specific information about why social studies teacher and IB Diploma Programme Coordinator Timothy Mitchell was placed on paid administrative leave Feb. 21 pending the out...
"Anorexia Nervosa. For most, those words evoke images of skeletal girls in baggy clothes, shyly refusing a plate of food. For those suffering from an eating disorder, the name brings something else — shame, frustration, guilt, inadequacy, jealousy." Former Spotlight Editor Anabel McGuan writes on recognizing the terrible affect this disease possesses in a Guest 'Rite column. ... See MoreSee Less