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The Student News Site of Archmere Academy

The Green Arch

The Student News Site of Archmere Academy

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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...

Photo credits to EyePress News/REX/Shutterstock
The War in Ukraine: A Global Connection
Natalie Gildea ‘23, Editor-In-Chief • April 13, 2022

Since the Russian army’s invasion of the Ukraine on February 24th, many Ukrainian regions have faced total destruction in what many reporters are viewing as the most dangerous...

Photo credits to Phelan M Ebenhack
“Don’t Say Gay” Bill in Florida
Grace Koch , News Editor • April 13, 2022

The Florida’s Parental Rights in Education act, nicknamed “Don’t Say Gay” by critics, was recently passed by the Florida Senate and is headed to Governor Ron DeSantis’...

Photo Credits to Alexandr Kryazhev
Russia and Ukraine crisis
Davis Cui '24, Staff Reporter • April 10, 2022

Since February 24, the tension between Russia and Ukraine has been one of the most common conversations worldwide. Since the continuity of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine until...

Barbados swears in the countries first president. Photo credits to CreditCredit Randy Brooks/Agence France-Presse of Getty Images
Barbados Cuts Ties with England to Become the Newest Caribbean Republic
Alexander Chen , Managing Editor • March 2, 2022

On November 30th, 2021, Barbados officially became a republic. The Caribbean island democracy, known for its beautiful beaches and love of cricket, has finally departed from...


The Floral Design Winterim course poses with one of their bouquets.
The Midterm Strikes Back
Grace Koch , News Editor • January 18, 2022

Much to Archmere students’ dismay, midterms are back on this year. However, midterms may prove to provide several benefits to the Archmere community. This is a unique year...

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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...

Why Archmere Should Start Class at 9 am
Why Archmere Should Start Class at 9 am
Simi Edeki ‘22, Web Editor • February 3, 2021

Obesity. Anxiety. Depression. Suicide. Millions of high school students face these serious threats every day because of early school start times and sleep deprivation. A National...

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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 ten years ago and has had much success throughout. He played football during his middle school years...

Photo credits to Getty Images
A March Madness to Remember
Brendan McGuire , Sports Editor • April 13, 2022

With March Madness officially over and the Kansas Jayhawks being crowned champions, the millions of college basketball fans around the country are forced to wait until November...

Photo credits to Chris Szagola
Sixers Get Harden
Isabella Lehr '24, Staff Reporter • April 13, 2022

“Sixers on a 6-0 run, Edwards guarding Harden… James Harden driving and finishing! And so it begins: The Harden Era with the Sixers!” Kate Scott’s excitement could...

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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 ten years ago and has had much success throughout. He played football during his middle school years...

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...

Photo credits to the National Education Association
Research Paper Mania!
Grace Lawlor '23, Staff Reporter • April 13, 2022

Spring at Archmere marks the start of quintessential events like prom,...

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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...

Squid Game show cover art. Photo credits: Netflix
Green Light for “Squid Game”
Niamh Cranny ‘23, Staff Reporter • November 23, 2021

*Spoiler Alert* “Squid Game” is the newest crowd favorite series on Netflix, becoming the first ever South Korean show to reach...

Dunes Movie cover art. Photo credits: Warner Brother Studios
Dune: Villeneuve and Co. ‘Let the Spice Flow'
Maggie Turner , Features Editor • November 23, 2021

With movie theaters finally opening for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic, I and many others finally returned for the...

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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