May 28, 2017

Posts from "Portfolio"

  • Portfolio | Nov.17, 2016

    An Open Letter to Gymnastics

    by Sam Pellman ’20 Portfolio Staff I’m not one to talk up gymnastics, or to tell you I love it with all my heart. In fact, I’ll tell you I hate it. I’ll complain about its difficulty, the stress, and the…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.10, 2016

    The Silenced Judge

    by Chennah Sharpe ’17 Portfolio Staff Once a month, there’s a board meeting in the school library where Principal Primrose, the leaders of the teacher’s union, and Easter-hat wearing mothers sit in rows and pretend the uniform seating somehow means…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.10, 2016

    Appreciation

    by David Martineau ’18 Portfolio Staff “And if you turn to page 157 in your books, you’ll see how even when Odysseus has everything anyone could possibly want, he still experiences suffering.  Despite everything Calypso has to offer—all the wonderful…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.10, 2016

    A Fairy Story

    by Jonathan Coppe, ’18 Portfolio Staff Once, in a distant land, there was a stout-hearted and courageous king. Although he was of a lean and delicate frame, which he received from his mother, from his youth he was known for…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.03, 2016

    Grandpa Millenial

    by Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff Logan rolled his eyes, “Do we have to go, Mom? It’s not how I want to spend my day off.” Mark stood behind his brother in solidarity. “Yes Logan, you know your grandfather is…

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  • Features | Nov.03, 2016

    The Adventures of Phil Fellows (Cont’d)

    by David Martineau ’18 Portfolio Staff Phil stared blankly at the disk, his mind strangely empty.  After about thirty seconds, Clementine broke the prolonged silence with a raised eyebrow and a drawl.  “Uhh, helllooo…?” Shaking himself out of his stupor, Phil…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.03, 2016

    Masks

    by Matt Farrell ’17 Portfolio Staff (Stage: Wall separates stage into two sides. One side lit up, a room filled with desks and chairs. The other side is shrouded in darkness. ELLEN is sitting slouched at a desk, phone on…

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  • Features | Oct.27, 2016

    The Adventures of Phil Fellows (cont’d)

    Abby Johnston ’17 The last of a molten-gold sunset shimmered behind the trunk of a pine tree, turning the opposite side, and everything else facing Phil, black. They had been following dried and cracked hoof prints for miles up the…

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  • Portfolio | Oct.27, 2016

    Rota Fortuna

    David Martineau ’18 Stage I: Innocence Your eyes open, seeing nothing and everything. All is the same. Nothing is good, and nothing bad. The world is but an amalgamation of sights and sounds, smells and sensations, their meaning indiscernible. The…

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  • Portfolio | Oct.27, 2016

    My Regulars

    Sam Pellman ’20 Ugh. Another eight hour shift. I was dreading it. As I slid on my black sneakers, I wondered what kind of nasty customers I would be dealing with today. Would it be the hurried man that gets…

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