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Short Story: Remember This

Short Story: Remember This

Sara Seaman February 19, 2014 0

   I never feel less alone when I drive through the city, by myself, in the middle of the night. And I never feel more isolated when I’m standing in a room full of

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Book Review: The Tiny Wife

Book Review: The Tiny Wife

Sara Seaman January 24, 2014 0

Canadian author Andrew Kaufman’s novella “The Tiny Wife” is an accessible yet incredibly imaginative fable. In less than 88 pages, it explores moral ideas of gratitude and love in a metaphorical format

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Review: Winter Concert

Review: Winter Concert

Sara Seaman December 10, 2013 1

On Dec. 12-13, Archer hosted its annual Winter Concert. This event brings musical talent from both the Upper School and Middle School Choirs and Orchestras

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Survey: Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Survey: Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Sara Seaman December 4, 2013 0

Are we raised in a society obsessed with retail and fame, so much so that it has become part of an important coming-of-age ritual? Or is a Sweet 16 party just as culturally important

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Survey: Bring on the Turkey

Survey: Bring on the Turkey

Sara Seaman November 14, 2013 0

As Thanksgiving break nears, dreamy excitement grows in the eyes of Archer girls. 

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Humor: Beware the Tolerable Cold

Humor: Beware the Tolerable Cold

Sara Seaman November 11, 2013 0

As Summer rolls out and the sweet smell of artificial pumpkin rolls in with the fall, Los Angeles has begun its usual freak out from the approximately 10-15 degree weather drop. 

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Tommy: Behind the Curtains

Tommy: Behind the Curtains

Sara Seaman November 6, 2013 4

With the Upper School’s production of the Who’s rock opera “Tommy” approaching, the crew is in for something big. The Oracle talked to the stage manager, Tracey Thompson ’16, to get the full scoop

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AP Art: “Truly Awesome”

AP Art: “Truly Awesome”

Sara Seaman October 8, 2013 2

With a wide-ranging passion for the arts recognized in Archer girls, a new course has been added this year in the visual department: AP Studio Art. It is a higher-level class for students who

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