Students adjust to having parents as teachers
Some parents are lawyers, some doctors and some are accountants. However, you don’t find their kids in the same building as them, hard at work each day. Yet for many students with parents who work at their school, this is ordinary. Having a parent who works at the school you attend is a unique experience, […]
Shapiro hosts meeting to promote foreign exchange program
Coordinator of experiential learning Steve Shapiro hosted a meeting for families interested in foreign exchange programs on Thursday, Oct. 15 via Zoom. The meeting was introductory, featuring Bexley alumna Caroline Shapiro, senior Gavin Levine and other students across Columbus who have participated in exchange programs. Over 80 people showed up with questions about foreign exchange, […]
Despite its suspense and scares, “Smile” fails to captivate audience
Parker Finn’s “Smile” is not for the weak-stomached. From the intense opening shots, this film has you wanting to look away every scene. With suspense and jump scares around every corner, it seems that “Smile” would be a hit. Still, it doesn’t do enough to keep the audience invested throughout, causing it to be another […]
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