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Net Zero, The New Hero (Opinion)
Neelam Rattan  '21

The statistics are in: in order to avoid catastrophic global events, the emission rates will need to decrease dramatically by 2030 in order to achieve Net Zero Emissions by 2050.

Spring Has Sprung: Sports Attendance is Up
Michael Carroll '22

As the weather gets warmer and vaccine distribution continues to increase, hope and happiness are on the rise, too. Attendance at sporting events is another step in the right direction. 

Quote of the Week

"It's the first day of autumn! A time of hot chocolatey mornings, and toasty marshmallow evenings, and, best of all, leaping into leaves!"             - Winnie the Pooh


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Bobbing for Apples
Isabella Timberlake '23

Elizabeth Holland (‘23) created and ran a raffle game for the Lawrenceville Autumn Arts Festival, which was sponsored by Notre Dame.

Ceramics Class
Madi Tina '22

Morgan Crane '23 and Ean Chambers '22 create pots for Mrs. Tomassi's Ceramics 1 class.

Summer-like Getaway
Savannah Alizio 21'

Amidst the raging pandemic senior Savannah Alizio was able to slip away to Florida and get an early taste of summer.

Cutting Cable?
Trip Pisano '22

The first cable television set was created in 1948. Through the decades the "TV" has only continued to become more modern. But with streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ on the scene what does the future hold for cable companies?

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Battle of the Consoles
Alexander Visalli '22

On the week of November 10th and 12th both Sony and Microsoft released their next-generation consoles to the public giving the gaming community some sort of hope for these upcoming weeks. However, the biggest question that gamers have is what console is the overall best for its price, specifications and exclusives.

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Electric Efficiency
JohnPaul DeJesus '21

Over the past couple of years, the idea of the electric car has started to become revolutionized. The idea of driving cars that run off battery operation instead of gas-guzzling cars has been in discussion for years now. But truly how important are these cars?

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