The Loomis Chaffee Log

10 interviews we’d like to see, inspired by john cena and el chapo

10 interviews we'd like to see, inspired by john cena and el chapo

January 29, 2016

Michael Cera and Ben Carson (who’s asleep)   Joe Biden and an ice cream cone   Stephen Avery and Carly Rae Jepsen   Anthony Weiner and Sam Cox   John Cena and Condoleezza Rice   Hunter S. Thompson and Joseph Stalin   D...

How to Make a Murderer

January 29, 2016

  Steven Avery was sentenced to 18 years in prison in 1985. He was released in March 2003 when DNA testing matched with the actual rapist, Gregory Allen.   One sunny day in Wisconsin, a woman named Penny Beerntsen went for a run on the beach when a few hours later she was reportedly raped, be...

Baby Mania

January 29, 2016

Babies seem to be everywhere on campus this year. Luckily, they all belong to the teachers. First to have a child this year was language department head, Mrs. Nisselson and math teacher, Mr. Rubai. On September 28th, 2015, Anika Hila Rubai was born, giving Raphael a young sister to play with, and all of...

Math Team Question: The Puzzle

Math Team Question: The Puzzle

January 23, 2016

The Puzzle: A tricky game (proposed by Joseph Lee ’16) This game involves two players that take turns. We draw a box as shown below. Player One starts on the top right corner, and Player Two starts on the bottom left. On each player’s turn, the player may only move to another box that shares a co...

Movie Review: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2

Graphic by Mary Anne Porto '16

December 16, 2015

Returning to author Suzanne Collins’ dystopian world of The Hunger Games one last time, Katniss and her team must finally put an end to President Snow’s heinous crimes. In an effort to kill Snow, our “hero” Katniss lies and throws her closest allies into danger’s way simply because of her obsession...

In Search of Sweetness: A Reflection

AP Photo/ Todd Williamson

October 30, 2015

“Come on, Pat, Ben is already outside!” my brother yelled to me, as he headed out the front door. I quickly donned my mad scientist wig, lab coat, and aviator goggles and ran to catch up to my brother and neighbor. I couldn’t blame them for leaving without me, as Halloween only comes once a year,...

Reading Between the Lyons: A Book Review of Go Set a Watchman

October 30, 2015

Harper Lee is, undeniably, one of the most prominent authors of our time. This past summer, controversy surrounded the release of her new book, Go Set a Watchman. Due to the author’s old age, the question was raised of whether she truly approved of the book’s publication or was coerced into allowing...

Everyone’s Eats: Snack Time

Ruthie Kornblatt-Stier '16

October 2, 2015

Hello, my name is Ruthie Kornblatt-Stier, class of 2016, and I’m here to talk about everything food. From recipes to restaurant reviews, I’m your girl. I don’t have any official training and I have no qualifications to write this column except for my taste buds and voracious appetite. My mother...

Mission Accomplished

Olivia McCaughey '16

October 2, 2015

Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation gets right into the action with the first scene involving Tom Cruise hanging on to the side of a plane (a stunt that, of course, Tom Cruise performed himself). Although it may seem hard to top that, the movie keeps you at the edge of your seat, with a femme fatale double a...

(here’s one poem)

BenBen Singhasaneh '18

October 2, 2015

My father pours oil hastily onto the door hinges: I don’t want the noise to wake you. I dream a girl takes a long drag from a short cigarette. A light haze covers the room — it’s either smoke or ambivalence. Late at night, I wake up anyways. There’s a moth on...

Rejected One Act Ideas

May 24, 2015

Dining Hall: The Musical Dining Hall Clean Up The Musical (???) Starring: Green Plastic Trays The life story of Bob DeConinck - through song and dance Where’s the Turkey? A study of the curious case of disappearing poultry from the sandwich bar Forgotten: The Unabridged Story of the...

Better Names for Mason Dorm

May 24, 2015

Since we’ve learned about the troubling past of John Mason (#LCworldhistory) we’ve figured a new name was in order for our lovely dorm on campus. Here are the top pics: That Smell is Coming from Batch Dormitory Where’s Our Laundry Room? Dormitory We Only Eat Salad Dormitory We Have...

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