Articles written by: Anna Hamilton


Dana Hall says farewell to Schoology, welcomes Canvas

For over six years, Schoology has been the app most teachers and students at Dana Hall have used to view and submit assignments, but soon we will bid it a farewell. We are switching to Canvas, which is another course management platform that is used around the country. According to […]


The Farmer’s Daughter is delicious and nutritious

Sustainability is trending, and restaurants have certainly caught on to this. The idea of food being “farm to table” has been a part of the rise of nutritious eating, and The Farmer’s Daughter in Sudbury, MA, supports this practice. The delicious restaurant uses fresh and locally grown ingredients. As a […]


Taylor Swift saved 2020 not once but twice with two new albums

Taylor Swift. She’s a household name, an award-winning singer, and an idol to many people. The 31 year old singer songwriter has been a prominent female role model since 2006, and it appears she is not stopping now. I’m a huge fan of Taylor Swift, and I have been since […]

Opinion / The Nation and the World

Stacey Abram’s impact

With the Georgia Senate runoffs today, the U.S senate has the very real potential to flip towards a Democratic majority. This would allow President-Elect Biden and Vice President-Elect Harris to pass progressive laws far more easily. What was once considered a deeply Republican red state is now bursting with eager […]

The Nation and the World

The danger in voting third-party

The year is 2020. As Americans, we’ve been through a lot, and as this year comes to an end, Election Day arrives. This election is unlike any other election in contemporary history. We’re in the middle of a global pandemic, so human lives are on the line. How our country’s […]