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Singing like doves on a rooftop, drumming for peace and dancing away

Singing like doves on a rooftop, drumming for peace and dancing away

By: Marius Fawzy, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2015


Filed under News

During the second half of Thornton-Donovan School’s Peace Day celebration, students and faculty experienced peace through music. While on the tennis court, everyone got the chance to enjoy Spirit Drum Sky from Freeport, NY. It started out with our headmaster, Mr. Fleming, getting students to play t...

At my wit’s end at Wits’ End Farm (not really, I had fun)

At my wit’s end at Wits’ End Farm (not really, I had fun)

By: Luke Hughes, Staff Reporter

September 2, 2015


Filed under From Our Own Summer Correspondents

EAST NEW MARKET, Maryland -- I was here with my family for almost a month. My grandparents have a house called Wits’ End Farm. My cousins, aunts, uncles and grandparents were with me. They are from Virginia, Connecticut, Georgia and New York. There were exactly 19 people here in one h...

Visiting a place of rain, tea, great accents, and, in the author’s opinion, very dumb kings

Visiting a place of rain, tea, great accents, and, in the author’s opinion, very dumb kings

By: Errol Lipton, Staff Reporter

September 1, 2015


Filed under From Our Own Summer Correspondents

LONDON — "British Airways" is the first thing I see when we enter the airport. Of course, we were flying on this airline. We had to wait three hours, since we usually get to the airport early. When the gate finally opens, I walk into the plane and head to my seat in the 42nd row. First class seats...

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