Articles written by: Natalie Drago


Ms. Hernandez Cruz is a joyful addition to Student Affairs

Monday morning, running late, and now on my way to check in, I dread the incoming point on my record, but as soon as I walk into student affairs, my worries subside when I see Mariela Hernandez Cruz smiling from her desk. The Student Affairs Administrative Assistant was welcomed by […]

Opinion / The Nation and the World

American citizens must take action in the war in Ukraine

While walking through Massachusetts suburbs in the winter and spring of 2022, you would have frequently caught a glimpse of blue and yellow colored flags billowing alongside many homes. Now, with a year having passed since the Russian government’s invasion of Ukraine, American citizens have failed to remain attentive towards […]


Netflix’s innovative series Kaleidoscope is worth a watch

The series Kaleidoscope, which premiered on Netflix on Jan 1, 2023, follows the journey of an elite team of criminals planning and completing the seven billion dollar heist of a lifetime. This is an action-packed show with a unique set of eight episodes that can be watched in any order […]


Dana’s winter sports teams are in full swing 

This winter trimester, the Dana Hall athletics program is offering six Varsity sports: basketball, swimming, diving, squash, ice hockey, and fencing. Director of Athletics, Health, and Wellness Mike White spoke about the 2023 season, saying, “We are very excited to have our winter athletes competing on the courts, the fencing […]


Students have been creative in finding new ways to get around campus

 Student Bridget O’Donnell ‘25 starts her Thursday like most Dana Hall students with an all school meeting in the Shipley gym. She then has just ten minutes to take the far journey past the Library, Student Center, and Classroom Building construction, to Bardwell Auditorium. After her first class she voyages […]