Will someone just let me in? This is ridiculous. Continue reading Danny Does: The Wootton parking lot
Hockey player Danny Rothenberg recounts his first-person experience in the big Churchill game. Continue reading Danny Does: Hockey
We gathered around the candles, one for each night, along with one extra candle used for lighting the other ones. I love to light the hannukiah so I quickly snag the lighter and light the shamash (the main candle). One by one I light the three candles since it is the third night. Then we break out the Hebrew and say the prayer for Hanukkah. Continue reading Danny Does: Hanukkah
It’s Tuesday, Nov. 6: election day. Since I am 18, I am finally able to vote after 18 years of being powerless. Continue reading Danny Does: Voting
Money is more important than getting an A on an Algebra 2 test that you will never use again in your life. Continue reading Should having a job be a higher priority than homework?
Yes, It’s Homecoming season again and everyone knows what that means: cheesy proposals, a pep rally, pictures parents love, and of course Homecoming court. For students who enjoy the court, it is a fun way to vote for friends to embarrass them, and for others it’s to vote for who deserves it the most and represents a class well. For those who don’t like the … Continue reading Is homecoming court tradition worth keeping?
The first pep rally led with more worry than excitement. “Will it rain or not? Does this mean the pep rally is going to be inside? Can we move the day if it rains so it is outside?” senior Anne Clampitt said early in the day. Pep rallies are a time to show school spirit at the stadium while sitting divided up by color and … Continue reading Patriots participate in year’s first pep rally