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  • Triple Trouble: A Look into the Life of a Triplet

    Triple Trouble: A Look into the Life of a Triplet

    Journey Wise, Online Editor

    May 5, 2017

    The last time I checked, the average singleton does not eat an entire cake on their birthday alone. Cakes are usually made for at least fifteen people. At least. So when passers-by first ask us about “sharing” a cake on our birthday, well, we shrug and explain that everyone technically shares a...

  • The Evolution of Archie Andrews

    The Evolution of Archie Andrews

    Laina Segel, Copy Editor

    May 5, 2017

    A thousand year-old wooden bridge arches across two forests in southern China, stretched between two villages whose people regularly find new timber to replace the bridge’s broken parts.  After so many centuries, every inch of the bridge has been replaced.  Is today’s bridge still the original...

    There is a marked difference between the CW show Riverdale versus class Archie comics, which does not necessarily define whether it is a good show or not.

  • Local Drumming God: Greg Hersey

    Local Drumming God: Greg Hersey

    May 5, 2017

    What is practice for a music major? Local drummer Greg Hersey, graduate of UNF School of Music with a Masters in Percussion Performance, explains, “While I was in school, obviously I was practicing much more, especially in grad school. That’s the time to really work on your craft.” Hersey remembers...

    Follow Greg Hersey on Instagram @greghersey and marvel at his drumming godhood status.

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  • Lightsabers and Prozac: A Fangirl’s Ode to Carrie Fisher

    Lightsabers and Prozac: A Fangirl’s Ode to Carrie Fisher

    Kiera Geraghty, Editor in Chief

    May 5, 2017

    Currently laying on my bed right now is a multi-colored pillow with an adorable image of a French bulldog sewn into the fabric. While the pillow, for the moment, bears no additional decorations, in the near future the image of a tongue permanently hanging out of the side of the dog’s mouth will be pa...

    Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, an Mark Hamill on the set of Hoth.

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  • The Wonders of Chinese Week

    The Wonders of Chinese Week

    Dominicque Pacella, Writing Coach

    February 6, 2017

    Each year the Chinese Club hosts a number of events and festivities ranging from egg roll sales to ping pong tournaments to spark the Chinese New Year into action. This year, Cheng Mei Rothschild and the Chinese Club welcomed Dr. Michael Kowalski, a Florida licensed acupuncture physician and fou...

Enduring Irma: A Humorous Approach

Enduring Irma: A Humorous Approach

Gabriel Bassin, Chris Hanna, Chance Thomson, Contributing Writer

Mitchell Henshaw ‘20 learned about the hurricane ten days in advance of its arrival, but didn’t consider it as a threat until a few days before. Brandon Boyle ‘18 didn’t worry about the oncoming hurricane. In preparation, he “put...

September 25, 2017

My Five (Six) Lasting Thoughts Since Seeing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

My Five (Six) Lasting Thoughts Since Seeing Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Kiera Geraghty, Editor-in-Chief

Why would people want to eat their buttered popcorn out of Baby Groot’s head? I’m all for having a closet full of fandom merchandise, but something feels wrong and disturbing that moviegoers at Tinseltown have the option to throw down ex...

May 9, 2017

Rebellion Denied: Revisiting Tiananmen Square

Rebellion Denied: Revisiting Tiananmen Square

May 5, 2017

As young as seven years old, Chengmei Rothschild possessed a little rebellious streak. As her father left for work, Chengmei and her sister tiptoed over to his wallet, snatched a few...

When the Lights Go Down, the Work Begins

When the Lights Go Down, the Work Begins

May 5, 2017

“To me. Bernie is an old-school, left wing Social Democrat, who believes that the government needs to play a vigorous role in promoting more equality among the American people; safeguarding...

The Death of a Medium

The Death of a Medium

January 27, 2017

Today is a sad day for fans of the VHS medium, however none of them exist, so a generally good day for everyone. The Bolles School has officially purged itself of the ineffective mediu...

Hometown Democracy

Hometown Democracy

January 9, 2017

As the presidential inauguration draws near, many active citizens are wondering how they can participate in politics in their own backyards. While some are traveling to Washington D.C. ...

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Student Life

Hurricane Irma Rips Through Jacksonville

October 2, 2017

The American Development

The American Development

May 5, 2017

“One of my favorite stories is of the first big opportunity Dad received to bid on a state project,” said Nancy Hanna, Edward Green’s daughter. “He...

The Real Life Brady Bunch

The Real Life Brady Bunch

May 5, 2017

Rosa is the eldest of the eight siblings, and with that she is like a second mother to them. “I had to watch over them and care for them as if they were...

Saving the World! From Boredom

Saving the World! From Boredom

May 5, 2017

The first thing that comes to mind when you hear “comic book” is stereotypically associated with either little kids or the geeks you would find on...

A Street of Magic and Creativity

A Street of Magic and Creativity

May 5, 2017

If you’ve ever been to London, you’ve probably visited the famous Big Ben or the historic Westminster Abbey; but as you drive on those big red buses...

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America First, an Outside Look In

America First, an Outside Look In

May 5, 2017

I find myself conflicted over the state of politics in America. Now that the election has ended, I was curious to hear the perspective of teenagers living in other countries on our...

Inauguration in the Nation and on Campus: Are Celebrities Justified in Protesting the Inauguration?

Inauguration in the Nation and on Campus: Are Celebrities Justified in Protesting the Inauguration?

January 24, 2017

On January 20th, most Bolles students were devoting their focus towards doing well on their science exams. However, millions of people had their eyes on Washington as Donald Trump, ...

A Short Rant About the Election

November 8, 2016

I am so tired of seeing Hillary for Prison bumper stickers. I am so tired of being forced to stomach a candidate who threatens the very democratic nature of American politics. One thing...

To Kneel or Not To Kneel

To Kneel or Not To Kneel

November 8, 2016

Student athletes who kneel during the national anthem may be breaking school rules, but student athletes in Florida who kneel may be breaking Florida law.   If you’re a privat...

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The Practice of Practice

The Practice of Practice

Quincy Green, Contributing Writer

4:57 AM On a Thursday morning *beep beep beep* My phone alarm beeps nonstop, as I struggle in the dark to reach for my phone and find the snooze button. After finding the phone, I click the home button, and the light...

May 5, 2017

Record-Breaking Relays

Quincy Green, Contributing Writer

On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017, The Bolles School hosted the annual Bolles Relay Track Meet. It was a record breaking day for the Lady Bulldogs. The Bolles girls 4x1600 relay team ran the fastest time in FHSAA history, while th...

March 31, 2017

Off to the Races!

Ann Maris Walton, PR Editor

Track season has begun, and it’s a fast one...literally. Already this season juniors Caitlin Collier, Nia Guine, and Monet Bishop have broken school records. This Friday, March 3rd starting at 2 p.m. the Bolles Trac...

March 2, 2017

LAX is Back

Ann Maris Walton, PR Editor

The Bolles Varsity Girl’s Lacrosse Team has kicked off their season with a 3-1 record. Tonight, February 22nd, the Bulldogs will take on the Episcopal Eagles at The Episcopal School of Jacksonville. This year, the team is work...

February 27, 2017

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