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600,000 Angelenos March in Downtown’s Women’s March

600,000 Angelenos March in Downtown’s Women’s March

By Nelly Rouzroch, Multimedia Editor

February 7, 2018


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Signs reading: "Boys will be boys, then girls will become presidents" and "My p****y grabs back" filled the streets of Downtown Los Angeles during the Women's March protest on Jan. 20. According to the New York Times, this year there were around 600,000 Angelenos, who gathered in Perishing Square to participate in the ann...

Diversity Conference for ‘Equity & Inclusion’ celebrates differences, fosters community

Diversity Conference for ‘Equity & Inclusion’ celebrates differences, fosters community

By Alexandra Chang and Gracie Marx

January 31, 2018


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Immigration, storytelling and the French language were just a few of the wide range of topics discussed at this year's Diversity Conference for Equity and Inclusion. The theme of this year's annual symposium was "Windows and Mirrors," which was inspired by an article written by Emily Style for the Na...

8th grade students go viral, fight for equality at Women’s March

8th grade students go viral, fight for equality at Women’s March

By Emma London, News/Features Correspondent

January 29, 2018


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When eighth grade students Naiobi Benjamin, Glory Chase, Quincy Gordon, Daisy Kaplan, Jacqueline Marks, Ava Rothenberg and Gwyneth Williams arrived at the Women’s March on Sunday, Jan. 21, they had no idea they would go viral. The students went to the march dressed up as Disney princesses, but with...

Walking in a Winter Wonderland: Archer celebrates holiday spirit in January

Walking in a Winter Wonderland: Archer celebrates holiday spirit in January

By Allie Worchell, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018


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Ugly holiday sweaters, gingerbread houses, hot chocolate, latkes and boba were just a few of the attractions in this year's Winter Wonderland. The event was initially scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 6, but was postponed due to the Skirball Fire. Although the winter holidays have now passed, students gathered in the courtyard on Friday, Jan. 19, to celebrate neverthe...

Sonali Bridges appointed interim Co-Director of College Guidance

Sonali Bridges appointed interim Co-Director of College Guidance

By Nelly Rouzroch, Multimedia Editor

January 21, 2018


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In the fall of 2017, Co-Director of College Guidance Sonia Arora left for maternity leave. Instead of returning to Archer in February as planned, Arora will be moving to Colorado with her family. On Jan. 18, the College Guidance Department announced via email that Sonali Bridges, Arora's maternity...

‘The Krokodiloes’ teach singing workshop to Archer a cappella groups

‘The Krokodiloes’ teach singing workshop to Archer a cappella groups

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor

January 20, 2018


Filed under MULTIMEDIA, NEWS

It's not every day that twelve men in tuxedos visit Archer's campus to serenade a librarian and do backflips. After the Harvard Krokodiloes' performance on Friday, Jan. 12, where they sang to Head Librarian Stephanie Daehler on stage, the college students led a vocal workshop and gave a special ...

Breaking: The Arrow reopens in the new location

Breaking: The Arrow reopens in the new location

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By Nelly Rouzroch, Multimedia Editor

January 16, 2018


Filed under FOOD, MULTIMEDIA, NEWS

The Arrow, Archer's student run store, has re-opened after relocating to the former Eastern Star Gallery. Students can now walk into the store and browse through a variety of healthier options. For example, The Arrow has switched out Kraft's Mac & Cheese for Annie's Mac & Cheese, which is...

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

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

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By Nelly Rouzroch, Cat Oriel, Cybele Zhang, and Maya Wernick

January 15, 2018


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The music of the Great American Songbook rang through the halls of Archer on Friday, Jan. 12. Harvard University's oldest a cappella group, The Krokodiloes, was performing at lunch for Archer students. The Krokodiloes were founded in 1946 and currently features 12 undergraduate students. The group...

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

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

By Cat Oriel, News & Features Editor

January 15, 2018


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On the first day back from Winter Break, the hallways weren't filled with the usual sea of uniform white polos and black skirts. Instead, students modeled hard hats and light blue and purple shirts with the message: "I am breaking new ground." On Monday, Jan. 8, students, faculty and alumni gathered to ...

Gretchen Warner appointed as new Upper School Director

Gretchen Warner appointed as new Upper School Director

By Maya Wernick, Voices Editor

January 13, 2018


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After spending 13 years at Archer and serving one semester as interim Upper School Director, Gretchen Warner has been officially appointed to the position. Warner has held many positions at Archer since she started in 2005, including science and human development teacher, Dean of Students, STEM Coordinator...

‘The Simpsons’ showrunner Al Jean shares passions for math, comedy

‘The Simpsons’ showrunner Al Jean shares passions for math, comedy

By Alexandra Chang, Managing Editor/Culture Editor

January 13, 2018


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While studying complex prime numbers and creating cartoon characters may seem disparate at first, "The Simpsons" showrunner, writer and producer Al Jean has combined these interests into a career. On Jan. 10, Jean, who is also an Archer parent (Violet Jean '23), spoke to the middle and upper school about h...

Students tour classroom village

Students tour classroom village

By Ella Frey, Sport Editor

December 10, 2017


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As Archer girls finish their last finals and leave for three weeks of winter break, the school will undergo construction to expand facilities.  The Archer Forward Campus Master Plan will provide athletics, arts and classroom facilities. The video above is a tour of the campus village where students will have dance, English, fitn...

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