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Why Doesn’t Loomis Play Football Games On Friday Night?

Samuel Ross '23, Contributor November 12, 2021

Friday night games have long been a tradition for high school football teams across the United States. Many high schools target Fridays as a way to generate student support and provide a fun weekend activity...

Varsity Volleyball Starts Undefeated

Nicole Levine '24, Contributor November 12, 2021

The Loomis Chaffee Varsity Volleyball team has had a victorious start. After two years of no competitions, the team has won all five of their games so far. The Island is buzzing with content for their...

Lexi Barry ’25 in cross country training

LC Fall Sport Athletes

Cindy Lin '25, Contributor November 12, 2021

Lexi Barry ’25 As Loomis Chaffee eases into the school year, sports on the Island are gradually intensifying. Throughout practices, games, and meets, our Pelicans are demonstrating true perseverance...

The Lasting Impact of Sports

Nick Dalessio '23, Contributor November 12, 2021

For most people, sports are a way to enjoy yourself and have fun. However, Girls Varsity Track & Field Coach, Mrs. Lilian Hutchinson, has athletic experiences that extend further. Mrs. Hutchinson was fortunate...

The AP Standard Does Not Hold

Maeve Dowd '23, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

Nosy relatives and friends constantly ask Loomis Chaffee upperclassmen the same prying question at home: “How many AP classes are you taking this year?” Even though Loomis has switched from Advanced...

The Pelican Games: Restricting Student Autonomy?

Anna Lee Geoghan '24, Contributor November 12, 2021

Loomis Chaffee needs to understand that not every student wants to be a Pelican Games hero, swooping in to clinch first place for their team. When the inaugural games arrived on campus, they arrived with...

What Makes Pelican Day Successful?

Bryan Chung '25 and Katelyn Kim '25, Contributors November 12, 2021

Occurring five times a year, Pelican Day is an event designed to encourage student interaction amongst their respective classes through various collaborative activities. Taking a day off regular classes,...

Test for CL English Placement Remains Useful

Sandro Mocciolo '23, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

College level (CL) courses enhance and define the Loomis Chaffee learning experience by diversifying the curricula, style, structure of the class while increasing the depth of learning. CL courses provide...

The Broad Potential of All-School Meetings

CJ Bukowski '23, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

By now, we’ve all settled into our school year—having gone through our first cycle of tests (for both COVID-19 and classes), performances, advisor meetings, and class meetings. Yet, a new addition...

Loomis Seeks Positivity in Profanity

Justin Wu '22, Opinions Editor November 12, 2021

Swearing is not the perceived notion of barbarous, uneducated rhetoric, but rather, a tool in fostering the same culture of positivity and collaboration that the Loomis Chaffee School strives to achieve....

Loomis Revises TAG Meetings

Jamie Zou '23, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

For the 2021-2022 school year, Loomis Chaffee’s administrative faculty has made the decision to shift away from last year’s temporary Thursday Advisory Group (TAG) meeting schedule. Considering the...

The Fall Play Review

Arthur Beaugeard '23, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

One of the many advantages of being allowed to not wear a mask outside of Loomis buildings is the host of live outdoor performance opportunities. The Fall Play of 2021 is The Love of Three Oranges, a Commedia...

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