Archive for November 16th, 2023


Who was Noah Kahan before “Stick Season”? 

In October 2022, Noah Kahan, a Vermont native folk-pop singer-songwriter, released his third studio album, Stick Season. His newest album has brought in listeners from all around the world, and even here at Dana Hall. While many people have Stick Season on repeat (for good reason), I would also recommend […]

The Nation and the World

The Israel-Hamas war continues to impact the Harvard campus

Controversy struck the Harvard campus after a collection of student groups released an anti-Israel letter. On October 7, after the attack on Israel by Hamas militants that killed over a thousand people, the Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee and 30 other student groups signed a statement beginning, “We, the undersigned […]


“Warm, inviting, wise”: Mickey Spaulding adds life to Student Affairs

Michelle (Mickey) Spaulding–Upper School Assistant Dean of Students and 12th Grade Class Dean–joined Dana Hall in the 2022-2023 school year. She currently lives on campus in Grey Lodge. “The best part of my job is being the 12th Grade Class Dean, and that’s really fun. I get to support Seniors […]

The Nation and the World

Healthcare worker burnout leads to shortage of nurses throughout the US

The US is currently experiencing a healthcare worker shortage. This current shortage is mainly due to the demand for physicians that is growing faster than the supply for them. Healthcare workers are also being burnt out because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the demanding hours they’re forced to work. According […]


Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building” started great but is declining

Only Murders in the Building is a comedy, mystery, and thrilling tv series about three strangers who come together to solve murders in their apartment building while documenting their journey through their podcast called “Only Murders in the Building.” There are currently three seasons available to watch on Hulu. I […]