The iconic and impractical of New York Fashion Week

By Yasmina Burris-Khan, Jenna Kriensky, Katy Krintzman & Athena Vu Marc Jacobs’ 1993 collection for Perry Ellis altered the course of fashion history forever. The Perry Ellis show during New York Fashion Week (NYFW) had a star-studded lineup including Kate Moss, Tyra Banks, Naomi Campbell and Shalom Harlow, but what stood out to the fashion […]


Media & me: the personal impact of words

By Anya Kopinja & Grace Yang Graphic by Denise Chan Magic 106.7 & Grace Rather than Drops of Jupiter, a blend of humidity and car air-conditioning seeped into my hair and skin. The family car, a third-generation Toyota Sienna, carried me through the world. Newton and Boston were encapsulated in a single frame of the […]


The character of your costume

By Leah Greiner & Ava Tartikoff Whether you’ve been planning since Nov. 1 of last year or you prefer to throw your costume together at 2 a.m. the night before, your choice of Halloween costume says a lot about you. To help you navigate this year’s slew of spooky styles, we’ve compiled a list of […]


Addressing our stigma of the South

By Eden Levitt-Horne & Ava Ransbotham Graphic by Aleeza Amitan As we move deeper and deeper into election season, the heat is rising in the South — and not just because of the record-high temperatures and our failing climate initiatives.  Living in a homogeneously liberal Massachusetts city, it’s easy to throw our hands in the […]


Freshmen take center stage in Frosh play

Cast and crew members share their experience in the program

Training the new generation of musicians

South jazz and orchestra musicians mentor middle schoolers without access to music lessons elsewhere


Q&A — Mana Hayashida: South’s iconic golf-her

South’s very own Annika Sörenstam.

Recapping the U.S. Open: a historic love-fest

^Not ENTIRELY about Coco Gauff

Fall Sports Scoreboard

Q&A with top performing team captains Sasha Vorobyov and Kai van Beever; Fall sports scoreboard