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April 2014

Josephine Chu’s College Essay

Josephine Chu ’14

The following is an essay written by THS senior, Josephine Chu, for her college applications:

Classical literature would not have been my first choice in reading material. Many people have recommended classic novels to me in the past, but I never took the time to read them. I always believed them to be uninteresting and difficult to comprehend. All of that changed, however, when I was placed in Mr. Atkins’ “19th Century British Novels” class. Continue reading “Josephine Chu’s College Essay”

Blue Mountain Ski Trip

Ben Crain ’16

On Sunday, February 23rd, what seemed like the warmest day of the season, we set out for the second annual winter sports club trip.  The night before, Chris Miller, Chris Schorn, Ben Spiro, Kyler Kreshock and Jacob Pedano came over to sleep to make sure we could get an early start to the Poconos.  After a huge carb-filled breakfast of pancakes, muffins and fruit, we were ready to hit the slopes. Continue reading “Blue Mountain Ski Trip”

Spring Play Review: You Can’t Take It With You

Whitney Polich ’15

If you did not go to see Tower Hill’s spring show, You Can’t Take it With You, you missed a true treat. With an eccentric and jovial cast, this show left the audience with warm hearts. Continue reading “Spring Play Review: You Can’t Take It With You”

How to Deal With Stress: How to Get Through School

Kelly Kollias ’15

“It’s not stress that kills us; it is our reaction to it.”

– Hans Selye Continue reading “How to Deal With Stress: How to Get Through School”

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