Articles by Roni Schacker

Youth Educators gain new faculty leaders

Youth Educators gain new faculty leaders

February 6, 2018 | in News

Lead. Explore. Ask. Respond. Navigate. This is an acronym this year’s YEDs came up with together to lay the foundation for an amazing program. Acting teacher Kim Taylor and Social Psychology teacher Anne Aldridge-Peacock... Read More

Speeding ahead, but also falling behind

Speeding ahead, but also falling behind

January 16, 2018 | in Opinions

I look down at problem 45, head shaking in disappointment. My eyes follow up and down the ladder of answers in panic. There are only four. A, B, C, and D. When was the... Read More

Martial artists kicking it up to a new level

Martial artists kicking it up to a new level

December 11, 2017 | in Sports

He lays there on the ground, eyes shooting back and forth in distress, head thumping and spinning. His mind suddenly flashes back to his lessons, and his practice, and despite his fear, he feels... Read More

Bullshot Crummond is too good to stay seated

Bullshot Crummond is too good to stay seated

December 4, 2017 | in Web

The lights dim, audience members turn their heads with excitement towards the stage, and the adventure begins. November play “Bullshot Crummond”, which opened on Nov. 2, began and ended with loud noises, from a... Read More

Students learn to strum songs at Ukulele Club

November 16, 2017 | in Campus

Smiles flash around the room as fingers brush against the strings of ukuleles in attempt to tickle the chords projected on the screen in front of them. Ukulele Club meets every Tuesday during lunch... Read More

“1776” musical implements gender-blind casting

“1776” musical implements gender-blind casting

October 17, 2017 | in Arts

Holden Caulfield, female. Juliet, male. Gatsby, female. Lady Macbeth, male. This year’s school musical, “1776,” will be following these footsteps. The musical “1776” is implementing gender neutral casting. Actors participating in the musical have... Read More