Few thoughts on the AOD System

Wallss Wang 1

AOD, the administrator of day, is a character that we are reminded to be very important since we stepped into Tilton School. Whether under an emergency situation, check out to go downtown or visit another dorm, we are required to get permission from AOD before we take action. Nevertheless, I […]

No Discourse Exists Outside the Context

Elisa Sun 1

Last Tuesday University of Washington Jewish Studies department held an event on American Jews in the Trump Era. During the question session, guest speaker Dov Waxman was asked about the situation of Jews in Britain. In his answer, Waxman mentioned one point that in countries where Jews wield less political […]

Few notes on the new visitation policy

Wallss Wang

New changes in visitation policy: Are updates in visitation policy necessary?  A few weeks ago, the school published the revised dorm visiting policy, which includes a certain time period for dorm visiting, rules you need to follow during visitation and check-in procedure. We know the school and the student government […]

Why does Tilton School have so few clubs?

Howard Yin 1

A ping-pong club, a dance club, a robotics club or a gaming club. These are clubs that once existed in the history of Tilton. Over my past two years at Tilton, I’ve seen many people attempt to start a club, many of which I had an interest in participating, but […]

Why do few students choose to run?

Anonymous

The landscape for this year’s all school election is very different, candidates for two out of three positions were running unopposed, which inevitably opens up the question: why do few students choose to run? As someone not able to run but has done a series of projects on the student […]

School Schedule Change

Eva Pei

Although many may argue that the schedule is a big issue and needed to be changed, as the problem is even addressed in the Professional Development with a group of student participants involved, the advantage of the current school schedule cannot be ignored, and planning for a new one might […]

Who lost America?

Users who liked this: In the early 1950s, there was a dispute in the United States about “who lost China” to a Communist regime. Almost 70 years later, the question is who lost America? When Governor Winthrop gave his speech to his fellow Puritans on the Mayflower, he said: ”We […]

Books Review on Doubt, Ruined, and The Flick

Elisa Sun

Over the past a few weeks, the AP Lit class read three plays: Doubt, Ruined, and The Flick. Although these three plays are written about three totally different topics, I think it’s meaningful to juxtapose them to showcase some of my understandings in literature. I’d like to divide three plays […]