Head to Head: Do Personal Lives of Politicians Matter?

Graham Brown and Alison Gill

February 20, 2018

Personal Lives Don't Matter by Graham Brown In a world in which the main vote-getting tactics of politicians are to connect with the people as everyday citizens, it is ironic—perhaps even comical—that we hold them to superf...

Giving Thanks at Burroughs

Nandini Jain, Opinions Editor

December 10, 2017

When the leaves start changing color to our favorite shades of red and orange, and apple cider and pumpkin pies find their way to the front page of grocery store brochures, you know Thanksgiving is around the corner. Thanksgiving,...

School Club or Hobby?

Lucy Bloomstran, Features Editor

December 10, 2017

One of my first memories at Burroughs was about halfway through my 6th grade visit day. Ms. LaVigne stopped to point out yet another feature of the school that I would soon call home: the clubs and activities board. I adjusted...

An Open Letter to the Community

Alison Gill and Gabe Fleisher

November 28, 2017

To the John Burroughs School Community: This summer, our community watched as MICDS--a school to which we are connected like no other, by rivalry and friendship--grappled with the impact of racial slurs in a controversy that...

Traditions and Disabilities

Traditions and Disabilities

November 16, 2017

Juniors pause from dancing to smile for a picture.

A Successful “Lock In”

November 14, 2017

Learning from the Past

Learning from the Past

September 5, 2017