The Scroll

Lazarus reflects on her presidency

Allison Lazarus

January 27, 2010

By Margaret Lazarus, ’13, Contributor Last year, I was elected freshman class president. I felt that I differentiated myself from the other worthy candidates because I expressly didn’t promise anything in my speech.  I felt...

VIDEO: What's your favorite school snack?

Megan Bonini

January 26, 2010

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POLL: What's your favorite school lunch?

Will Portman

January 15, 2010

Pizza, tacos, turkey dogs... which of SAGE Dining Service's culinary offerings is your favorite? Image courtesy of SAGE Dining Services. [polldaddy poll=2528136]

Life of a lifer: Claire Heinichen, on Grant Hesser

Kathryn Black

January 14, 2010

By Claire Heinichen, `11, Contributor, with assistance from Grant Hesser, `11 The accepted definition of a lifer is someone who has attended CCDS from first grade up through graduation. However, a small core of true lifers believe...

Grading Obama, one year in

Allison Lazarus

January 12, 2010

By Cody Pomeranz, '11, Sports Section Editor; Brian Cofer, '10, Contributor; and Sebastian Koochaki, '10, Contributor OVERALL: CODY: Coming into office with two wars, the worst economic downturn since the late 1920s, a broken healt...

Counterpoint: Pomeranz advocates staying the course

Allison Lazarus

December 11, 2009

by Cody Pomeranz '11, Sports Section Editor On September 11, 2001, America was attacked, 3,000 innocent civilians were brutally murdered, and a nation was left with a sense of insecurity and a myriad of questions without answers. ...

Point: Black insists on withdrawal from Afghanistan

Allison Lazarus

December 11, 2009

By Merle Black, History Department Chair “Should We Stay Or Should We Go?” While my understanding of our dilemma in Afghanistan does not come close to matching the expertise of those advising the President, my responsibility...

Life of a lifer: Kathryn Black

Kathryn Black

December 10, 2009

By Kathryn Black, ’11, The Lens Editor The best thing about being a lifer at CCDS isn’t the recognition at graduation. Sure, that’s great; but I value my 15 years at CCDS most because of my experiences with classmates and...

Life of a lifer: Greg Dick

Kathryn Black

December 10, 2009

By Greg Dick, ’11, Contributor I have been at CCDS for 14 years now, which means I have earned the title of lifer. But what does that really mean? When I was asked to write this article, I started to think about what it truly...

Life of a lifer: Lilly Fleischmann

Kathryn Black

December 10, 2009

By Lilly Fleischmann, ’11, Contributor When my grandmother was my age, she went to Miss Porter’s in Farmington, Connecticut. She was on the board of trustees of the school for many years, and when she hosted a luncheon with...

PERSPECTIVE: Duane Michals hilarious, yet inappropriate

Allison Lazarus

December 9, 2009

By Hannah Stewart, ’12, Contributor On Friday, Dec. 4, Upper School students shuffled into the Keeler Theater during last bell to hear photographer Duane Michals discuss his work. A self-taught artist who briefly dabbled in...

Switzerland wrong to ban minaret construction

Allison Lazarus

December 8, 2009

By Haleigh Miller, ’12, News Editor Up until this point, I’ve been a big fan of Switzerland. They’ve got great chocolate and sophisticated banks, and the cuckoo clock is really something special. But now that the Swiss...