Sean and Sarah’s Social Q’s

By Sean Fischer and Sarah Dolgin Volume 68, Issue II Sarah and Sean’s Social Qs has been established upon the basis of exemplary advice giving. As wisdom gurus, Sean and Sarah will be accepting anonymous questions and will apply said wisdom to help solve any and all problems, whether they concern school troubles, or life troubles. Questions can be submitted to the Bulletin email, or … Continue reading Sean and Sarah’s Social Q’s

Advice to Get You Through Junior Year

By Lucy Kaminsky Volume 67, Issue I Remember that it’s not actually as bad as you think it is. Junior year seems like a breeze when you’re trying to write sixteen supplements and figure out Naviance, I promise. Take time to do stuff you actually like. Who cares if you’re acing AP Chem and U.S. if you feel drained and exhausted? It’s not worth it. … Continue reading Advice to Get You Through Junior Year

Tips to Be Your Best High School Self

By Farhaanah Mohideen Volume 67, Issue I With the school year well on its way, it’s important to get organized early (because you may have been avoiding this) before the toll of homework and extra- curriculars take over. Here are a few tips to allow you to become the well-prepared and motivated student you want to be while keep- ing organized for the year ahead: … Continue reading Tips to Be Your Best High School Self

May I Ask, Who is this Shirley?

By Maddy Albert

Do you have a burning question that is just too difficult to ask in person? Well never fear, Shirley is here. Ask Shirley is a classic school newspaper advice column, first created for this exact reason: to assist those inquiring minds that may shy away from asking their burning questions to someone they know. Ask Shirley first began a few years ago with an Ask Shirley question box kept in the Maresca to be answered in the monthly Bulletin issues. This year, Ask Shirley was brought online to, in the words of Bulletin editor Molly Charney, “keep it flowing and hopefully more popular.” This hope was brought to fruition as the Shirley column was revitalized as an account. Shirley still remains anonymous as do the inquirers and questions are answered both publicly and in confidence, as well as in a witty and entertaining fashion. Continue reading “May I Ask, Who is this Shirley?”