Articles by Max Monical

Want to help, not because it’s required

Want to help, not because it’s required

February 6, 2018 | in Opinions

I tack on one more thing to my mental checklist as I read an email from the administration about community service. The stress continues to build as I try to map out a way... Read More

Men’s and Women’s soccer kick off their seasons

Men’s and Women’s soccer kick off their seasons

January 16, 2018 | in Soccer

The fluorescent lights blare over Witter field. The crowd is silent. Tension throughout the stands right before the free kick. It’s a pass to sophomore co-captain Rafael Stankiewicz. Without another stride, he hammers the... Read More

Women’s cross country and tennis dominate NCS

Women’s cross country and tennis dominate NCS

December 11, 2017 | in Sports

Feet pounding. Arms pumping. Flashes of purple uniforms as women’s cross country runners speed by their opponents. Sneakers screeching. Rackets swinging. The ball flying through the air as the women’s tennis team fiercely competes... Read More

Just Like Honey trio sings sweet first performance

Just Like Honey trio sings sweet first performance

November 13, 2017 | in Arts

Three sophomores stood in the amphitheater stage, hearts racing, feet tapping, eying the seemingly endless crowd of peers that extended out before them in disbelief. Kids munched on food and chatted while patiently waiting... Read More

Freshman Sam Eisenbach excels among seniors

Freshman Sam Eisenbach excels among seniors

October 17, 2017 | in News

Find dy/dx if y=7x+9sin(3-x^2) The teacher lifted her hand off the board and stepped away. The upperclassmen in fifth period AP Calculus AB stared at it, desperately trying to figure out how to solve... Read More