Articles written by: Rachel Lawrence


To relax after exams, watch The Last Man on Earth

What would you do if you were the last human on Earth? This is the predicament Phil Miller faces in the comedy The Last Man on Earth. What sounds like a grim addition to post-apocalyptic literature is actually hilarious. The Last Man On Earth is a television show that takes place […]


EnRICHing the Dana Hall community

After 19 years of shaping the Dana Hall experience and community, Nancy Rich is saying goodbye. As Academic Dean, Ms. Rich oversees the curriculum, faculty professional development, and faculty hiring. She has begun exchange programs with the Sansuena School and the Tokyo Jogakkan School, ran the Senior Projects program for three years, […]


Seventeen and ready to vote

Despite all of the controversy surrounding the presidential elections occurring this year, I am excited to vote for the first time. However, as I do not turn eighteen until October, I was not able to vote in the primary on March 1. I am upset I did not get to have […]


Fencing to victory

The fencing team won the State Championships after fighting all day at Concord Carlisle High School on February 7. The team ended up victorious, winning the State Champions for the third year in a row. Ally Wolf ’17 placed first in Sabre, retaining her State Championship for the second year […]


H Mart: A Place For Everyone

Are you on the hunt for octopus, seaweed, or dumplings? Look no further: H Mart is the answer. H Mart is a large Asian market, with a few locations in Massachusetts. Since Dana Hall often offers weekend shuttles to H Mart, I decided to visit the market myself. When I […]


Sweet success: J. P. Licks offers best hot chocolate in Wellesley

As the temperature becomes colder, and snow begins to fall, one of the first things I think of is hot chocolate. This prompted me to go on an adventure: I decided to go on a hot chocolate hunt in Wellesley center, with my sweet tooth inspiring me find the best […]

Academics / Arts

The Congdon sabbatical program lets teachers grow, learn, explore

If you had one year with no commitments, what would you do? Dana Hall allows teachers to answer that question through a sabbatical program. This program allows two classroom teachers a year to take either half of a year or a full year off from Dana Hall and spend the […]


Wellesley’s frozen yogurt competition heats up with Yogurtology

Looking for a delicious snack located close to school? Look no further. Yogurtology, a new frozen yogurt store in Wellesley center, is the place you are looking for. It is a five-minute walk from school, located at 552 Washington St, where White Mountain used to be. Yogurtology has creative frozen […]


New Student Center brings light, space, amenities

As the new school year begins, there is clearly one major change on campus: the new Student Center, which has more space, more furniture, and more light than before. Along with noticeable new architecture, the Student Center has new stairs, conference rooms, bathrooms, windows, furniture, landscape, and a snack bar. […]