The Cord Controversy

The Cord Controversy

December 11, 2015

Cut the Quarter System

Cut the Quarter System

November 12, 2015

Honoring the Honor Code

Honoring the Honor Code

September 25, 2015

Summer for Seniors

Claire Mendelson, Editor-in-Chief

June 5, 2015

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As summer vacation quickly approaches, students in all high school grade levels look forward to getting past final exams and spending the next three months relaxing and recharging after a stressful school year. More than anyone,...

Reflections on Four Years at Maggie Walker

Sharvani Mehta, Editor-in-Chief

April 17, 2015

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As this school year, and my high school career, draws to a close, I think it is important to recognize the impact MLWGS has on its students - not just through the reputation it holds, but also because of the faculty, staff, and...

An Impractical Extended Schedule

Sharvani Mehta, Editor-in-Chief

March 10, 2015

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As we ease back into the regular routine of a school week after several missed days due to the weather, it is necessary to consider not just the logistical impact but also the academic impact the days off have had on students,...

Preparing for College as Freshmen

Sharvani Mehta, Editor-in-Chief

November 14, 2014

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MLWGS does an excellent job of providing our prospective students with the information they need to apply to the school as eighth graders. I have heard many parents and students alike praise the information sessions and open houses...

A School of Activists

Sharvani Mehta, Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2014

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There have been times (usually between the hours of midnight and 3am) when I’ve regretted my decision to choose Maggie Walker, a sentiment I’m sure many of my classmates can relate to. But there have been countless more times...

Models of Leadership

Sharvani Mehta, Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2014

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Like many students at this school, I am involved in both Model UN and Model Congress, and enjoy both. I love the charismatic students I have met and inspiring teachers I have gotten to know through both, and genuinely feel like...

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