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Recent NEWS Stories

Breaking: The Arrow reopens in the new location

Breaking: The Arrow reopens in the new location

January 16, 2018

The Arrow, Archer's student run store, has re-opened after relocating to t...

Exclusive: Harvard a cappella group ‘The Krokodiloes’ performs, shares stories

Exclusive: Harvard a cappella group ‘The Krokodiloes’ performs, shares stories

January 15, 2018

The music of the Great American Songbook rang through the halls of Archer on Friday, Ja...

‘Moving Archer Forward’: Community celebrates groundbreaking for Campus Master Plan

‘Moving Archer Forward’: Community celebrates groundbreaking for Campus Master Plan

January 15, 2018

On the first day back from Winter Break, the hallways weren't filled with the...

Gretchen Warner appointed as new Upper School Director

Gretchen Warner appointed as new Upper School Director

January 13, 2018

After spending 13 years at Archer and serving one semester as interim Upper...

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Recent FEATURES Stories

Archer Abroad Cambodia Trip: Students experience culture thousands of miles from home

Archer Abroad Cambodia Trip: Students experience culture thousands of miles from home

December 15, 2017

As 13 Archer students and faculty, Stefanie Daehler and Steven Jacobson, arrived in Cambodia, they were...

Archer’s garden isn’t going anywhere: Students design new green space

Archer’s garden isn’t going anywhere: Students design new green space

November 30, 2017

With the next phase of Archer Forward construction commencing this month, the back field and garden area will so...

Class of 2018 creates Eastern Star Infirmary themed haunted house

Class of 2018 creates Eastern Star Infirmary themed haunted house

November 16, 2017

The Class of 2018 gave the Archer community a glimpse into an alternate past of the Eastern Start Home ...

Nico-teen: Juul, vaping devices violate school drug policy, pose health risks

Nico-teen: Juul, vaping devices violate school drug policy, pose health risks

November 7, 2017

Lexie*, an Archer senior, pulls out a small black device that looks like a USB from her backpack. It...

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Recent SPORTS Stories

Varsity soccer wins first league game of the season

Varsity soccer wins first league game of the season

January 14, 2018

Despite wildfires, the varsity soccer team has persevered. The team won their...

Varsity basketball places third in West Coast Jamboree Tournament, travels to Bay Area

Varsity basketball places third in West Coast Jamboree Tournament, travels to Bay Area

January 13, 2018

Over winter break, the varsity basketball team learned just how big California...

XXIII Olympic Winter Games by the Numbers

XXIII Olympic Winter Games by the Numbers

January 11, 2018

Once every four years the world gathers to celebrate winter sports. This year,...

Q&A with 2017-2018 varsity soccer captains: Ruby Colby, Jenna Marks and Caitlin Mosch

Q&A with 2017-2018 varsity soccer captains: Ruby Colby, Jenna Marks and Caitlin Mosch

December 15, 2017

Earlier this year, Kim Smith — coach of the varsity soccer team — climbed...

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Recent CULTURE Stories

Nine Christmas movies to celebrate the holidays

Nine Christmas movies to celebrate the holidays

December 15, 2017

If you’re anything like me, Christmas begins the day after Thanksgiving, and the tree goes up on Dec. 1....

Blackbox’s final show, ‘The Mysterious Journey of Edward Tulane,’ closes

Blackbox’s final show, ‘The Mysterious Journey of Edward Tulane,’ closes

December 12, 2017

A brick train station with a solitary bench and old-fashioned suitcases transformed the purple lit Blackbox....

Review: “Wonder” dazzles children, adults with message of empathy and acceptance

Review: “Wonder” dazzles children, adults with message of empathy and acceptance

December 8, 2017

It is refreshing to find a film that simply asks its audience to “choose kind.” I became familiar ...

Review: Smorgasburg LA highlights diverse cultures, worth the Sunday trip Downtown

Review: Smorgasburg LA highlights diverse cultures, worth the Sunday trip Downtown

December 1, 2017

When I think of trendy, outdoor food markets, a few things come to mind: terrible, expensive parking,...

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Letter from the Editor: Farewell to a big 2017
  • Op-Ed: Money Burns Too December 11, 2017
  • Editorial: Archer moves forward, so do we December 1, 2017
  • Editorial: A Year after Trump November 1, 2017
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Column: Women dominated 2017
  • Column: Pomegranate and Winter – The Perfect Pear December 8, 2017
  • Column: Decolonizing our Minds – a Reflection on American Thanksgiving December 3, 2017
  • Column: Starbucks has taken over winter, and I’m okay with it December 2, 2017
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Nine Christmas movies to celebrate the holidays
  • Video: What are Archer girls grateful for? December 12, 2017
  • Five fun things to do in LA over winter break December 10, 2017
  • LA Neighborhood Guide: Beverly Hills Edition December 3, 2017
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