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How Teachers Would Spend Their Ideal Spring Breaks

Ava Olson '21, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition As spring break approaches, the Baldwin community anticipates some much needed rest and relaxation. Among the many people of the Baldwin community that enjoy this time off from school are the hard-working teachers who strive to educate their students every day. Since break ...

Baldwin’s Asian Students Association Plans for an Exciting Cultural Show

Guest Writer, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition The Asian Students Association will hold its annual Asian Cultural Show on April 6 in the dining hall. In addition to celebrating the Asian holidays of Lunar New Year and Indian Holi, the festivities will include a “night market” with booths for ethnic activities and authentic fo...

Leading the Way

Grace Steelman '18, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition In the past year, the Baldwin Lamplighter Program has taken a step back to re-evaluate and make adjustments. Through the keen awareness of the faculty advisors and student heads, lamplighters will not look the same moving forward. The Lamplighter Program allows students to d...

Preparing for STEM Competitions at Baldwin

Sharzad Shojaian '18, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition The Baldwin School’s presence at the Technology Student Association Region 5 Conference on Saturday, February 10 at Strayer Middle School in Quakertown, Pennsylvania raised the question of whether Baldwin students are adequately prepared for extracurricular STEM-based competitions...

A Rise in TeRUFFic Dog-Friendly Activities on Campus

Hailey Barnett '18, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition The inaugural Dogs for Stress Relief event at Baldwin in May of 2017 received wide attention from both Middle and Upper schoolers. However, Animal Shelter Amazing Projects Club had no idea that the policy change would initiate a wave of dog-friendly activities on campus. Facu...

Good Morning, Baldwin: Hairspray is on its Way

Alice Bu '18, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition As spring is approaching, over 50 Baldwin Upper School students, along with male actors from nearby schools, are working hard on the spring musical, Hairspray. The performances will be on Friday, April 20 at 7PM, Saturday, April 21 at 2PM and 7PM, and Sunday, April 22 at 2PM in t...

Enough is Enough: The Logan Paul Controversy

Jules Kho '18, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition YouTube has yet again implemented policies to clean up their algorithm’s heavy mistakes, which allowed a video featuring a hanging man to gain millions of views. YouTube added these claims on February 9, 2018: 1) We may remove a channel from Google Preferred and also susp...

Keeping it Traditional

Olivia Landes '18, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition As springtime approaches at Baldwin, the School prepares itself for many exciting events that bring the community together. Along with the warm breeze and blossoming cherry trees come ring day, prom, marching in, and graduation. These are all thrilling events that are filled wi...

Snapchat Suffers as Users Slam New Update

Annie Calabro '18, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition Around the week of February 11, Snapchat users began to notice that their beloved app had changed its easy-to-use interface. Across social media, users began to express their distaste for the app’s update, calling into question Snapchat’s decision as one of the most popul...

To be or Not to be… In the Bathroom

Alexis McCall '18, Guest Writer

April 5, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the March 2018 Edition Core value signs have gone up, pictures of Baldwin past have been taken down, and the “Old Baldwin” our students knew and loved is slowly disappearing. A recent remodel of the women’s restroom in the Residence is just another piece of Baldwin’s rich history stripped away. T...

Navigating Net Neutrality

Bella Aldrete '20, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

The internet. The perpetually expanding network that allows us to access everything from memes to breaking news in the matter of seconds. Its accessibility and ubiquity has propelled a new era of unprecedented social change. As an international platform, it acts as a haven for many. With a fingertip, individuals can find like-minded...

Sticking to Safe Spaces

Audrey Senior '18, Editor in Chief

February 20, 2018

Filed under 2017-2018 Issue, News

Originally featured in the January/February 2018 Edition Recently, “Safe Space” stickers designed by Sarah Bunn 19’ have popped up on classroom doors across the Baldwin campus. Upper School Spanish teacher and member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee Miryam Harvey explained that the affinity groups were offere...

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