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The Oracle

The student news site of The Archer School for Girls

The Oracle

The student news site of The Archer School for Girls

The Oracle

This is an art piece created by senior Gabby Wolf, which exemplifies the consequence of failure, an eternal moment of beauty. This piece depicts Maya Angelou, writer and activist, and reads, Nothing will work unless you do.

Column: The mindfulness of failure

By Marissa Gendy, Columnist
September 25, 2021
I took this photo while walking on one of the many bridges in Zurich, Switzerland at the beginning of August. I feel that this photo represents the state of peace we feel when embracing the process of reflection.

Column: A summer of thinking

By Marissa Gendy, Columnist
September 20, 2021
The Archer garden is used by sustainably classes to learn about soil health. One solution to food deserts is local gardens. Community gardens can help build relationships between neighbors, provide healthy foods and improve physical and mental health.

Column: Food for thought

By Norah Adler, Columnist
May 20, 2021
The words not enough are a symbolic message embedded in every womans mind as a constant reminder that their body is not beautiful. Women, especially teens, struggle with the idea of not being good enough for others, yet the person we should strive to be good enough for is ourselves.

Column: Through my own reflection

By Marissa Gendy, Columnist
January 23, 2021
Flowers left at a shrine to show solidarity with Heather Heyer, a victim of the violence in Charlottesville. Heyer was killed after a car crashed into demonstrators protesting a white supremacy rally. Image source: 
Wisconsin State Legislature.

Column: Learning from Charlottesville

By Lola Lamberg, Editor-in-Chief
September 18, 2017
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