Articles written by: Gloria Revanche


Scream Queens falls flat 

Scream Queens is one of the newest additions to Fox’s roster. The show boasts an eclectic cast: everyone from Niecy Nash to Emma Roberts to Jamie Lee Curtis. Scream Queens is marketed to a teenage audience, but the the incessant pop culture mentions and the flashy guest stars, including Nick Jonas and […]


New Schoology policy hides cumulative grades

It’s the middle of the trimester, and you know what you got on the latest test, but you do not know where your overall grade stands. That was the case for many students last trimester, and could very well be for the rest of the academic year. For the past […]

Academics / Community

Ed Techies launch technology “Conference Desk” in Library

Is Schoology not working? Is your wifi slow? Did the Explain Everything app forget to save your project again? The Ed Techies, headed by Katharine Elliot ’17 and Autumn Ceppi ’17, are here to help. The club introduced an Ed Techie Conference Desk in the Library on November 8. This […]


The St. Paul’s rape case has lessons for us all

Owen Labrie of St. Paul’s School, an elite boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, was found not guilty on August 28 of raping a fifteen-year-old freshman in conjunction with the school’s unofficial “senior salute” tradition. He was convicted of three counts of misdemeanor sexual assault and using computer services, such […]

Arts / Community

Author Lance Rubin comes to Dana Hall

On April 28, 2015, Dana Hall held a wake to commemorate the death of our dearly departed friend Denton Little. Dana Hall does not often hold funerals in the Library but did to welcome author Lance Rubin and his first novel, Denton Little’s Deathdate. The novel takes place in a fictional […]


Dodge for a cause: Dana and Belmont Hill battle it out on court

Dodgeballs were flying in Shipley Gym on Friday night, May 8, as Dana Hall and Belmont Hill engaged in a lively tournament to support the Make-a-Wish Foundation. In the name of charity, the two schools played five fierce rounds of dodgeball as well as participated in a team costume challenge. Dana Hall’s Raya […]

Community / Opinion

An Editorial on Freddie Gray and How Dana Has Handled It

As many of you know, Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Baltimore black man, recently died from spinal injuries while in police custody. Peaceful protests have ensued against police brutality, but major news outlets and social media have chosen to focus on the property damage and looting that unfortunately accompanied the mostly […]


Picture this: Dana Hall members say, “I am …”

“Shy but strong.” “Smooth like a jar of skippy peanut butter.” “Enough.” These are a few of the words written by the Dana Hall community in commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2015. Before leaving for Spring Break, the GirlUp Club organized the making of “I am” cards […]


Get into Empire!

The new FOX television show musical, Empire, which premiered Wednesday, January 7th at 9 PM, is a show full of beautiful people doing very bad things. The show features Terrence Howard playing a hip-hop mogul turned producer named Lucious and Teraji P. Henson as Cookie, his fresh-out-of-jail ex-wife. Lucious has a […]

Community / Opinion

Do #BlackLivesMatter at Dana Hall?

As a student at Dana Hall have you ever heard: “You’re Asian, so you must be smart” “Can you teach me how to twerk?” “Speak English, please, so I can understand the conversation that I am not a part of!” These are just a few example of micro-aggressions people of […]