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St. Pauls School in Haiti: an Important Partnership at a Critical Point

St. Paul’s School in Haiti: an Important Partnership at a Critical Point

Jeremy Young, Blaise Lamson May 14, 2024

Did you know that SSSAS has a sister school? Up until Saints Mission Day in early March, many students at SSSAS may have been unaware that we share a partnership with St. Paul’s School, an Episcopalian...

Balancing Controversy and Creativity – Should We Tune In?

Emerson Dufault, Jordon Anteneh November 14, 2023

Many musical artists have been found responsible for crimes or questionable moral decisions, but these artists also make genuinely good and insanely popular music. While it is not fair to idolize these...

SSSAS Community’s Response to Tragedy in the Middle East

SSSAS Community’s Response to Tragedy in the Middle East

Maxime Lyubinsky and Abby Musser November 14, 2023

On October 7, 2023, Hamas terrorists (designated as such by the U.S. State Department) carried out a surprise attack on Israel. There has been much violence between Israel and Hamas, a militia group that...

WGA Strike

WGA Strike

Angus Argetsinger and Blaise Lamson October 17, 2023

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) recently ended a 148 day strike. It took a lot of negotiating and hundreds of picket lines but they finally came to an agreement on September 25th of this year. Although...

2024 Presidential Outlook Op-Ed

2024 Presidential Outlook Op-Ed

Jeremy Young, Senior Editor October 13, 2023

As election season kicks off, the possibilities for who will challenge incumbent Joe Biden and Democrats in the 2024 presidential election are somewhat uncertain. For a long time it seemed almost guaranteed...

Chemical Fire in Ohio

Chemical Fire in Ohio

Jeremy Young, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

Late at night on February 3rd, a Norfolk Southern train derailed near East Palestine. The derailment was supposedly caused by an overheated wheel bearing that caused the train to derail with 38 cars. At...

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The Fall of FTX

Jeremy Young, Staff Writer January 11, 2023

One year ago, FTX was at the head of a boom in crypto currency; from high budget Super Bowl commercials featuring Hollywood Stars and professional athletes, to being a powerful sponsor of teams like the...

Raphael Warnock Wins Reelection in Georgias Special Election

Raphael Warnock Wins Reelection in Georgia’s Special Election

Jeremy Young, Staff Writer December 9, 2022

The midterm elections finally came to a close on Tuesday, December 6th, as Raphael Warnock held on to his seat in a contentious runoff election against Hershel Walker. On election night in November, neither...

Brittney Griner: Released from Russian Detention

Anne Belevetz, Editor December 8, 2022

After almost a year in Russian detention, Brittney Griner has been released to come back to the US. Joe Biden came forward today, December 8th, and stated that Brittney Griner is on a plane on the way...

Opinion: Will Lawmakers Ever Hear Our Fear of Gun Violence?

Opinion: Will Lawmakers Ever Hear Our Fear of Gun Violence?

Grace Hendy, World News Editor December 6, 2022

As someone who follows The Washington Post and other news outlets, I am constantly getting notifications and seeing post updates. A few days ago, I saw a post by The Washington Post. It stated that in...

Twitter’s Demise: Elon Musk’s Effect on the Company

Twitter’s Demise: Elon Musk’s Effect on the Company

Grace Hendy, World News Editor December 6, 2022

Elon Musk, as we all know, is the new owner of Twitter. The owner of Tesla, SpaceX, and now Twitter is expanding his empire, but is this positive or negative? He bought the previously public company in...

Will the Supreme Court Take Affirmative Action on Affirmative Action

Will the Supreme Court Take Affirmative Action on Affirmative Action

Grace Hendy, World News Editor November 22, 2022

Many people may have heard of the “college admissions Supreme Court hearings” or maybe even the term “Affirmative Action,” but how many people really know the details? Affirmative Action has a...

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