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The Student News Site of Archmere Academy

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The Student News Site of Archmere Academy

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MORP and Homecoming Return to Archmere
MORP and Homecoming Return to Archmere
Natalie Gildea ‘23, Editor In Chief • November 16, 2022

The return of students to the Archmere campus every fall always signals the resurgence of a fan-favor- ite school tradition: MORP. The rules are simple for this “backwards”...

SAGE Dining Revamps for 2022-23 School Year
SAGE Dining Revamps for 2022-23 School Year
Elizabeth Maher '24, Asst. News and Managing Editor • November 16, 2022

When students return to Archmere each fall, there is always chatter about new happenings on campus. This year, students were quick to notice changes made in the SLC regarding...

Archmere Enforces Stricter ID Policy: Students reluctantly comply, but adjust to new policy
Archmere Enforces Stricter ID Policy: Students reluctantly comply, but adjust to new policy
Jessica Lattanzi ‘23, Editor In Chief • November 16, 2022

Before the ring of the first bell on Monday August 29th, Archmere students already had a taste of stricter guidelines for the upcoming school year. On July 26, Archmere parents...

Summer Reading Author Joyful Wamariya Visits and Inspires Archmere Community
Summer Reading Author Joyful Wamariya Visits and Inspires Archmere Community
Natalie Gildea ‘23, Editor In Chief • November 16, 2022

As Archmere’s students and faculty gathered for an in-school assembly on September 14, they saw a stage set with flowers, art, and a projector-screen image of Joyful Clemantine...

Disney’s Yeti Problem
Disney’s Yeti Problem
Alexander Bogey , Staff Reporter • July 8, 2022

For many creations throughout human history, the beauty lies in the details. Michelangelo’s sculptures held accurate veins in each limb. Stanley Kubrick created suits that...


Mr. Quinn’s sophomore Honors American Literature class is engaging in its first unmasked harkness discussion about the Great Gatsby! Photo credits to Grace Koch
Say Goodbye to the Mask Mandate
Grace Koch '24, News Editor • April 13, 2022

After a long two years, the SLC is filled with unmasked laughter once again. Adapting to the updated CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19, governor Carney declared that the mask...

Biden shakes the hand of his new supreme court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. Photo credits to Kevin Lamarque/Reuters
Biden's New Supreme Court Nominee
Elizabeth Maher '24, Staff Reporter • April 13, 2022

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was nominated to the Supreme Court of the United States by President Joe Biden on February 25, 2022. Her nomination fulfills Biden’s campaign...

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BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 09: Kanye West attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/VF20/Getty Images for Vanity Fair)
Opinion: The Problem with Kanye West
Maggie Turner , Features Editor • November 16, 2022

It’s a known fact that Kanye West is no stranger to controversy. From calling out President George W. Bush, interrupting Taylor Swift at the 2009 VMAs, and even running...

Kicking off the Year With “Fresh” Sage Dining Additions
Kicking off the Year With “Fresh” Sage Dining Additions
Amanda Treston ‘22, Opinion's Editor • November 21, 2021

Sage Dining- Amanda Treston  Every year, Archmere students gather excitedly on the first day of school to get a peek at  the new editions to the Archmere cafeteria, run...

Courtesy: DeepMind
Artificial Intelligence’s Existential Threat And What We Can Do About It
Alexander Chen, Staff Reporter • March 6, 2021

In the spring of 2016, DeepMind Technologies, a British artificial intelligence company under Google, shocked the world when its AlphaGo robot beat 18-time world champion...

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The World Series Comes to Philadelphia
The World Series Comes to Philadelphia
Ruby Merenda '24, Reviews Editor • November 16, 2022

Major League Baseball just concluded its regular season and now the playoffs begin. As always, one team from each division willenter the division series, meaning that those...

Archmere Welcomes New Assistant Volleyball Coach
Archmere Welcomes New Assistant Volleyball Coach
Ceci Connolly , Staff Writer • November 16, 2022

This year, Archmere Volleyball has been blessed with the new addition of Nicole Wiechecki to the coaching staff. With a long history in volleyball, Wiechecki brings immense...

Controversy Surrounding the 2026 World Cup
Controversy Surrounding the 2026 World Cup
Isabella Lehr , Sports Editor • November 16, 2022

The biggest event in soccer is coming our way. Soccer fans around the area celebrate the recent news that Philadelphia has been selected as a host city for the 2026 FIFA World...

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The Joy of Charcoal Pit
The Joy of Charcoal Pit
Lucy Weinig and Kaitie Hickey November 16, 2022

Although Charcoal Pit is a Delaware classic, some people from out of state have never even heard of it. It is a casual diner with jukeboxes at tables featuring a classic diner...

Archmere seniors celebrate their Senior Night. All photos are courtesy of Archmere Academy
Senior Football Profiles
Henry Weinig '23, Staff Reporter • April 13, 2022

Scott Lucarelli: Linebacker #82 Scott started his football career over...

Archmere Seniors get ready to dance the night away. Photo credits to Ciara Mcgrellis 22
MORP Returns Maskless and It Was Magnificent
Jessica Lattanzi ‘23, Editor-In-Chief • April 13, 2022

Through the busyness of the beginning of the school year, complete with...

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The Joy of Charcoal Pit
The Joy of Charcoal Pit
Lucy Weinig and Kaitie Hickey November 16, 2022

Although Charcoal Pit is a Delaware classic, some people from out of state have never even heard of it. It is a casual diner with jukeboxes at...

The Resurrection of Kristen Stewart
Maggie Turner , Features Editor • September 27, 2022

Kristen Stewart isn't the timid and awkward Bella Swan we first saw in Twilight in 2008. In this 14 year span, the world has seen her evolve...

Emily in Paris cover art. Photo taken by Carole Bethuel.
Excusez moi, is ‘Emily in Paris’ a faux pas?
Charlotte Kelly '23, Staff Reporter • March 2, 2022

Twenty-something year old Emily Cooper leaves snowy Chigaco on a whim after landing her dream job in Paris. As she navigates the city of love...

Art
Jeff Schaller visits and talks to the Junior 2D art class. Photo credits: Chuck Anerino P23
Jeff Schaller and Junior Portfolio 2D
Abigail Garcia '23, Staff Reporter • March 2, 2022

On November 23rd, Jeff Schaller, a Pennsylvanian artist visited Mrs. Silverman’s Junior Portfolio 2D class for a 3 hour discussion and demonstration. ...

Hidden Complexities in Everyday Life
Hidden Complexities in Everyday Life
Kusha Malik September 24, 2020

This drawing is a still life of my faucet, it was a small study that I did last year for Ms. Palmer’s class. Before doing the study I never...

Sunny Side Up
Sunny Side Up
Bella Dayrit, Art & Photography Editor • September 16, 2020

In this painting, you may feel a little confused by it no? Actually what you’re seeing is an egg painted on top of an egg! This is actually...

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