Meg and Max: Currency changes

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - Change is inevitable in every aspect of life and government, and the U.S. national currency is no exception. Major modifications to the $5, $10, and $20 bill have officially been ann...

Meg and Max: Senior Spring Break

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - As the last week-long break rolls around for the class of 2016, many make plans to travel around the country, and some, the continent. There’s nothing wrong with wanting to see a new...

Meg and Max: Martin Luther King Day

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - Martin Luther King Jr., one of the most influential civil rights activists of all time definitely deserves a day dedicated to his great accomplishments. His methods of peacefully gai...

Meg and Max: The meaning of music

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - Music means nothing if it doesn’t connect to your emotion in some way. Different types of music trigger different ideas and emotion in the brain, just like different people in our su...

Meg and Max: How important is homework?

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - The increasing amount of homework assigned by teachers from elementary school to senior year might be rather annoying, but remains entirely necessary. Regardless of the constant comp...

Meg and Max: Too early for Christmas?

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - As the public kicks skeletons and jack-o-lanterns to the curb and Christmas tree lots empty, the population splits in half as to whether all the preparation commences too early. Over...

Meg and Max: Views on political correctness

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - Political correctness in society has officially spiraled out of control into a whirlwind of race-against-race and different genders pinned against each other. I’m beginning to notice tha...

Meg and Max: Taking a sick day

Megan Vandeberghe ‘16 - The sniffles attack your sinuses and that achy sensation hits; a scratchy feeling in your throat claws its way up and a stifling cough bursts out uncontrollably. It’s official: the commo...