Articles written by: Sophia Lindstrom


Dana Hall addresses AAPI Month with guest speakers, presenters

Dana Hall has been honoring Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, which began on May 1, by providing daily biographies of famous AAPI people and by bringing in guest speakers to discuss AAPI history. Additionally, two presenters spoke at morning meetings to teach the student body about AAPI […]

Community / Opinion

Seeking a better solution to Forum’s teacher preparation

Following the growing popularity of the Black Lives Matter movement due to the murder of George Floyd on Memorial Day in 2020, Forum educators have taken on a new social justice initiative. However, the Forum teachers need to handle discussions surrounding racial identity and gender expression differently. Because the curriculum […]


Darius The Great Is Actually Much Better Than “Okay”

There was a point last Monday when I was asked to blow my nose for a coronavirus test and thought to myself, this is a level-six awkward experience, and subsequently realized that my new favorite book was slowly taking over my life.  Darius The Great Is Not Okay by Adib […]


Creating change through performance … over Zoom

COVID-19 has presented a wide range of obstacles for the performing arts, from Broadway to New York Fashion Week to small-scale shows. Dana Hall has come up with a solution to have a fall play despite the novel coronavirus.  This year’s play focuses on the progression of social justice through […]

Community / Opinion / The Nation and the World

A smaller carbon footprint during and after COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has prevented millions of people from going to work. Social distancing measures are keeping people inside their houses and apartments. After months of social distancing from friends and family, it may be difficult to find a silver lining, but the mobs of wild monkeys in Thailand disagree.  […]


Dr. Who: Season 12 is a winner

Doctor Who Season 12 had a serious loss of viewers. About 4.9 million Doctor Who fans suddenly tuned out of watching the longest-running science fiction show on television, which is particularly worrisome to me. I have been a Whovian since ninth grade and have seen almost every season. I am […]


“Designing for Healing”: stickers to help Shriners patients

Ella Schweizer ’22 has turned her personal history into an opportunity to help others. Her own experiences at Shriners Hospital for Children have led her to try to improve the experience for current patients. She organized a sticker-making workshop for the Day of Community Learning on December 13 to benefit […]


A Useful Website

       This article is dedicated to Dara Detwonga ‘19, who passed this article to me as she went on her senior project. Good luck, seniors!        Is Wellesley really as safe as we think it is? It’s a question that is often in the back of our minds, but rarely […]

Athletics / Community

Dana Hall Starts Spring Strong In Athletics

On Wednesday, April 24th, Varsity Lacrosse won their away game against Concord Academy 24-12. These high-scoring games aren’t out of the ordinary for this spring season; this trimester, athletes have surpassed expectations on and off the field. Varsity teams, in particular, have had the chance to surpass previously set school […]


Ms. Siemon’s Travels Through History

Ms. Siemon is many things- a social studies teacher, a history enthusiast, and a world traveler. Kayla Terzioglu, a student who went on the trip to Greece with Mrs. Siemon, commented on some of the places they visited.” The trip was very fun and exhausting. We went to four different […]