Articles written by: Emma Gershberg

The Nation and the World

“Save the Manatees” is more than just a slogan

After hearing the distressing news that the Paddleboard with Manatees! excursion that my mom and I had signed up to take over Spring Break in Bonita Springs, FL, had gotten rained out, I looked up pictures of manatees to make myself feel better. This is how I found my new […]

Community / Lifestyle

There’s help for SAD

content warning: mention of suicide As a student who has struggled with mental health for most of my life, I can definitely feel the effects of depression even more as it gets colder. I often experience the symptoms to a higher degree, and I wanted to learn more about why […]


Ms. Nagler brings a new perspective on diversity and inclusion

Rachel Nagler, the new Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, intends to bring a “positive, inclusive tone” to how Dana Hall thinks about equity. Ms. Nagler hopes to develop and nurture a community that learns together and does not shy away from conflict so that when problems are brought to […]


Clara Nartey’s art comes to Dana Hall, permanently

“I hope that students perceive my work as windows and mirrors,” artist Clara Nartey stated about her current gallery show, “Windows and Mirrors,” on display in the Dana Hall Art Gallery through November 19. Her goal for this show is that “students of color who haven’t felt represented in certain […]