Articles written by: Stacy Lee

Academics / Community

Ms. Paone is a bright addition to the Social Studies Department

Ms. Marianna Paone is the newest member of the Upper School Social Studies department this year. Originally from the small village of Rockville Centre on Long Island, NY, Ms. Paone holds a bachelor’s degree in European History from Bates College, and she recently graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of […]


Dana Hall celebrates AAPI Heritage Month

This May, Dana Hall Upper School’s Asian Affinity Group and International Students’ Association came together to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with events and activities. The month-long celebration aimed to raise awareness and appreciation for the rich diversity and contributions of the AAPI community.  The founder […]

The Nation and the World / The World

Maura Healey’s gender and sexual orientation should not be her defining factor

Maura Healey, the 73rd governor of Massachusetts, made history by becoming the first female governor of the state and one of the first openly lesbian governors in the United States, alongside Tina Kotek of Oregon. Healy was elected in November 2022 and was inaugurated on January 5th, 2023. Although it […]

Community / Lifestyle

Singh’s Cafe is an excellent choice for those who want to enjoy Indian cuisine in Wellesley

Singh’s Cafe is an Indian restaurant located at 312 Washington St, Wellesley, across from Holy Spirit Catholic church. It is predominantly known for serving Punjabi cuisine, but it also offers a diverse range of other dishes such as momos (Nepali) and kebabs (Middle Eastern).  Upon arriving, it is easy to […]

The Nation and the World

Argentina and France Advance to World Cup Final 2022

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is taking place in Qatar from 20 November 2022 to 18 December 2022. Thirty-two teams participated in the tournament, and it is the last World Cup before the increase to 48 countries participating at the next World Cup in 2026. The matches are live streamed […]


Students discuss controversial current events over lunch

The Dana Hall Current Events team is hosting lunch discussions for students to talk about current events, addressing topics such as school shootings, the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and demonstrations in Iran. The Current Events team was the idea of Ms. Rachel Nagler, the Director of Community, Equity, and […]