What do Tiger King, dating after prison, Korean pop music, and defunding the police all have in common? Ethics Bowl!
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Growing up, every woman I saw in my life was simultaneously assiduous, independent, and compassionate. It was only when I got older that I realized that not every child has the liberty of seeing female role models operate outside of the domestic sphere. As gender roles have progressively shifted throughout the years, several young girls have been put in positions where they are torn between following in the domestic footsteps of their predecessors and pursuing greater independence at the possible risk of their ability to sustain a family and uphold their reputation. No young woman should have to choose between her family and her dreams.
On the evening of March 16th, a mass shooting occurred in Atlanta, Georgia, that left six Asian American women dead. As an Asian American woman myself, this shooting hit very close to home and left me feeling angry and afraid– not only for myself but also for other Asian Americans across the country. Unfortunately, this attack is not the only violence that has occurred towards Asian Americans recently.
Even with the advances made in the last century to support women and their roles in society, there are many occupations, such as jobs in the STEM field, where women are still underrepresented. As a teenage girl potentially interested in STEM in college, I am fortunate to know other women who have taken similar paths, but I recognize that many other girls my age don’t have as many women to look up to or as many opportunities to take advantage of pursuing a STEM career, and I think it is important to recognize the gender gap in order to move towards change and give equal opportunity to all women.
Now that exams are approaching, it’s time to start studying-- looking through old notes, staying after school for tutorials, googling questions about something you should know but seem to have forgotten somehow. Here is a specific tip for each zodiac on how to use your strengths to your advantage while studying.
Women’s history month was not always celebrated for an entire month each year. Beginning in 1911, International Women’s Day occurred annually on March 8th. This inspired the annual occurrence of Women’s History Week during March in the school district of Sonoma County, California, in 1978.
Some may wonder what it’s like to juggle two sports in the same season at Spartanburg Day School. In this reflection, Cate Schwendimann explains her experiences while participating in two sports at once.
Should students be required to participate in a sport during a global pandemic? In her editorial, Lilly Garritson compares the positive and negative aspects of athletics during this time.
We’ve made it to second semester, and everyone is patiently waiting for news about the 2021 Special Studies week! Here's what we know.