Articles by Maddie Wolfe

When do we cut the ties: health

When do we cut the ties: health

October 11, 2016 | in A Closer Look

The light blue door swings open, leading to the familiar office with the striped chairs. As she smiles and shakes your hand, the nervousness you felt preceding the appointment instantly vanishes with the comfort... Read More

The line between college talk and small talk

The line between college talk and small talk

September 20, 2016 | in Opinions

While college applications can be an all consuming process, the habitual conversations centered around the college process can be extremely frustrating. The blurred line between small talk and college talk needs to become one... Read More

Captains lead their teams on and off the field

Captains lead their teams on and off the field

June 8, 2016 | in Sports

Varsity girls lacrosse captain junior Sally Abel cranks up the volume of Taylor Swift’s newest hit and the hands of the girls on the varsity lacrosse team join together while their feet swiftly move... Read More

Flash Forward

Flash Forward

May 18, 2016 | in A Closer Look

You refresh the application on your iPhone to see a new face. You swipe right and instantly, you’re on your way to securing yourself a date. The percentage of 18- to 24-year-olds that use... Read More

Allie Frankel forges connections through language skills

Allie Frankel forges connections through language skills

May 18, 2016 | in Campus

With a mug of boiling hot tea in hand, the sun just peeking out, lighting the tiles of the kitchen floor, she opens her laptop cramming in a lesson of Dutch before school, focusing... Read More

Men’s JV and varsity golf swing into spring season

Men’s JV and varsity golf swing into spring season

April 25, 2016 | in Golf

Staring out into the abyss of green, varsity golf team captain senior Cardell Mike lifts his golf club in preparation of his swing that will hopefully bolster their 7-4 record. Mike said that everyone... Read More

PSA film festival promotes service learning

PSA film festival promotes service learning

March 28, 2016 | in Web

Lights dim and a screen flashes to an image of crumbled pieces of paper reading self deprecating insults. A girl begins unraveling these papers and reads the hurtful comments. As she begins to break... Read More

We only win when it isn’t a competition

We only win when it isn’t a competition

March 28, 2016 | in Opinions

The 95 percent on your most recent math test gleams up at you in red, bold ink. The smile you try to hide is peaking through, reminding you that all that studying did pay... Read More

ASB seeks approval from the administration

ASB seeks approval from the administration

March 2, 2016 | in News

With the contrasting perspectives between student body and the administration, ASB often gets caught in the middle. Running events that are pleasing to both the administration and ASB can be difficult, and run the... Read More

Students engage in Service Learning Club

Students engage in Service Learning Club

February 29, 2016 | in Campus

Whether you’re building solar ovens or working at a soup kitchen, you are doing some kind of service on a spring morning. With a saw in one hand and a paint brush in the... Read More