It’s A Small World After All

Hallie Williams, Managing Editor in Chief

October 16, 2018

Filed under Features

What does ‘It’s a Small World’ really mean?  According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, "It’s a Small World" involves showing surprise when one meets someone one knows at an unexpected place.   This summer...

Meet the Class of 2022

Ali Zolman, Reporter

October 16, 2018

Filed under Features

In the Burroughs statement of philosophy, it is written, “through a personal, active approach to learning, each student pursues his or her potential in all school endeavors— academics, art, athletics and activities.”  Every person ...

How Politically Active is the Burroughs Community?

Adina Cazacu, Head Layout Editor, Online Editor

October 15, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

Today’s youth must be politically minded go-getters who seek to make change in the world around them, right? Surely, the student body of John Burroughs School, an institution that prides itself on creating such go-getters, mu...

An Interview with Kate Jennison ’06, Last Female SBP

Alison Gill, Editor in Chief

June 5, 2018

Filed under Features

Kate Jennison ‘06 was the first, last, and (likely) only Burroughs student body president to ride into Field Day festivities on a white horse. She is also the last female student body president at Burroughs—in the years since...

Spring Break Service Trip

Nandini Jain, Opinions Editor

May 9, 2018

Filed under Features

At the beginnig of spring break, 26 students and 5 teachers led by Mrs. Barnes hopped onto the Amtrak going to Chicago for the Montgomery Plan Service Trip. For 4 nights and 3 days, we resided at Hostel International Chicago located...

Facts, Fun, and Ferocity with Trivia

Adina Cazacu-De Luca, Reporter

March 15, 2018

Filed under Features

During the week of Valentine’s Day 2018, love was spreading throughout the Burroughs Community. Love for trivia facts, that is. The newly founded Trivia and Quiz Bowl Club was advertising for its schoolwide trivia night fun...