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Founding Wordnik—An Interview with Erin McKean

Founding Wordnik—An Interview with Erin McKean

Sarah Wagner March 6, 2014 0

Starting a successful online business is not easy for anyone, and women may face extra challenges due to social norms.  But that does not mean that women cannot succeed in the business world. In fact,

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Op-Ed: Don’t Fall Prey to Tumblr’s Trap

Op-Ed: Don’t Fall Prey to Tumblr’s Trap

Sarah Wagner February 5, 2014 1

Millions of people visit the popular website, Tumblr, each day.  Don’t get me wrong, there are many beautiful images on this site that inspire people everyday. However, people can also be negatively inspired as

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En Garde! A look into Ava Rose’s Fencing Journey

En Garde! A look into Ava Rose’s Fencing Journey

Sarah Wagner January 28, 2014 1

A day for Archer sophomore Ava-Rose Beech ’16 is different than that of many others. We all get relief from stress in some way or another, whether it be playing a game of soccer

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Op-Ed: The Messages in Songs Matter

Op-Ed: The Messages in Songs Matter

Sarah Wagner December 11, 2013 2

When did our society decide that a catchy beat is an excuse for a horrible message? “It’s just a song, stop overanalyzing everything.”  “The artist didn’t mean it in that way.” I am tired of

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Archer Tradition: Grandparents and Special Friends’ Day

Archer Tradition: Grandparents and Special Friends’ Day

Sarah Wagner December 11, 2013 0

At the end of November, middle schoolers fill the halls wearing purple polos, khaki skirts, and white cardigans. They are not alone in these hallways—friendly, unfamiliar faces are everywhere.  What does this mean? It’s

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The Homework Debate: Manageable or Too Much?

The Homework Debate: Manageable or Too Much?

Sarah Wagner December 4, 2013 0

It happens to most of us at some point: One assignment. Two assignments. Three.  Suddenly, it’s late—very late—and there is still more to do.  At Archer, is this the norm, or the exception

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Op-Ed: Malala Yousafzai Should Have Won the Nobel Peace Prize

Op-Ed: Malala Yousafzai Should Have Won the Nobel Peace Prize

Sarah Wagner November 1, 2013 1

Despite being shot in the head by the Taliban on Oct. 9, 2012, for standing up for girls’ education, Malala Yousafzai did not win the Nobel Peace Prize—but she should have.  

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Fall Drinks—A Delicious Start to the Season

Fall Drinks—A Delicious Start to the Season

Sarah Wagner October 24, 2013 0

Most people associate fall with leaves changing colors and warm cozy sweaters.  Although Los Angeles doesn’t have much of a season change, many people agree that the delicious tastes of limited edition seasonal beverages are

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Archer’s Relationship with Fresh Lunches

Archer’s Relationship with Fresh Lunches

Sarah Wagner October 8, 2013 0

Since September 2009, Archer has been turning towards the company Fresh Lunches to provide us with our daily meal options. But what is it about Fresh Lunches that has caused us to stick with them

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