Ann Zhang

Ann Zhang

May 22, 2018

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Ethan Kalishman

May 22, 2018

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Tina Chen

May 22, 2018

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Keerthana Madireddi

May 22, 2018

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Lauren Keeley

May 22, 2018

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Adina Cazacu-DeLuca

May 22, 2018

Students Make Change

Carrie Zhang, Reporter

May 16, 2018

Filed under News

February 14, 2018 was Valentine’s Day, a day that was supposed to be about spreading love and kindness. Instead, it became a day of tragedies. Nikolas Cruz went to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and...

A Look Towards the Future

Ben Remis, Reporter

May 16, 2018

Filed under Sports

It’s long been a tradition for the last issue of The World to contain some sort of “senior rants.” As much as I would love to write about my time at JBS, I’m instead going to use this space to imagine (maybe predict?)...

Student Opinion on Additional JBS AP Courses

Carrie Zhang, Reporter

May 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Each class at Burroughs is composed of a hundred or so students, and each class receives students from a variety of schools. There are classic feeders like Forsyth, Community, New City, and Wilson, just to name a few. Fewer students...

Student Government Requirements

by Penny Zheng, Reporter

May 16, 2018

Filed under Opinion

According to the widely read student-parent handbook that JBS issues to each student at the beginning of the year, “Activities are an important part of the Burroughs experience.” Of course, student government falls under this...

Escalating Tensions and a New Cold War?

Jon Sky, Reporter

May 16, 2018

Filed under News

The world may have assumed they saw the last of the hostilities and proxy conflicts of the Cold War with the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Observers and statesmen from both the East and the West believed this would mark the...