Edie Patterson, Copy • January 29, 2021

When most people think of Martin Luther King Jr., they think of his famous “I have a dream” speech from the March on Washington, but, as the Diversity Club’s MLK Day presentation addressed, Dr. King’s legacy is much more...

Bringing Back Gladiators
Andrew Lang, Copy • January 29, 2021

Since ancient times, gladiatorial combat has been an icon of civilized entertainment and an excellent way of settling disputes. Sadly, the custom has fallen out of favor, what with the modernist values of western culture. Because...

New Year New Mentality
Sage McHenry, Copy • January 29, 2021

New Year’s Resolutions are often associated with purchasing gym memberships or working on healthy eating, but for some members of the Seabury community, mental health is just as important as physical health, especially during...

There’s a New Barbour in Town
Catharine Richards, Copy • January 25, 2021

“I think that this is my ideal teaching situation,” says Seabury’s newest faculty member Neal Barbour. “I have small classes; I have autonomy to craft my own lesson plans and I have the time to really put into grading...

Spotlight - Hannah Billen
Spotlight - Hannah Billen
Matthew Petillo, Copy

Coming to a new school is always hard, especially during a pandemic, but Hannah Billen has met it head-on, equipped with her bubbly personality.  Billen's favorite part about...

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Spotlight - Mr. Pulsinelli
Jonah Kim

From creating dioramas of Dante’s Inferno to surrounding the whole school in a dimly lit morning meeting reciting Old English, English teacher Michael Pulsinelli’s classes...

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Spotlight: Max Akers
Spotlight: Max Akers
Evan McHenry, Copy

Toting an iconic roller-bag and sporting vibrant socks, Max Akers is a familiar double-masked face in the Seabury halls. But do most students really know the man?  Akers has...

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Spotlight: Aidan Page
Andrew Lang, Copy

Although many students dread the transfer to high school from middle school, the change has not been the same for freshman Aidan Page. Starting at Seabury this year, Page was worried...

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Horoscopes Issue 5 (3/1/21)
Journalism Staff March 1, 2021

Aries: A cop pulled me over and said, “papers,” so me said, “SCISSORS haha, me win,” and he provided 6 warrants for my arrest   Taurus: A busy week lies...

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