Mr. Palmer has officially retired as of the end of the 2018-19 school year. We are running this profile of him from two years ago in honor of his career. Continue reading Cobblers Up Close: Nick Palmer
Comics are often associated with light-heartedness and fun, but a comic strip like Calvin and Hobbes demonstrates the medium is capable of depth and complication. Continue reading ‘Calvin and Hobbes’ Exposes the Depth of Possibilities in the Comic Medium
In natural states, disorder rules. But order rules where humans tread. Continue reading In Pursuit of Order
While exploring the future, Black Mirror refuses to succumb to cliched cultural narratives about the risks of technological innovation. Continue reading Black Mirror Resists Cliched Narratives
J. Cole’s work is different from many other rappers, but it’s quality is so high he’s influencing a new generation of artists. Continue reading J. Cole Continues to Influence His Industry
Whether she’s running marathons or blood drives, Heather Linde always seems to be smiling. It’s a trait her students appreciate. Continue reading Cobblers Up Close: Heather Linde
Heads on desks, eyelids drooping–these are common sights in any classroom. But why are students so sleepy? And is there anything a student can do about it? Continue reading Everyone Knows Teens Lack Sleep, but Why?