The Green Arch

Welcome Letter to the Freshmen
Welcome Letter to the Freshmen
Katerina Medori September 23, 2020

The Class of 2024, Hello, my name is Katerina Medori and I am the managing editor for The Green Arch. The Green Arch is Archmere Academy’s newspaper publication. I have...

A display of AP Biology, AP European History, and an AMSCO AP World History Textbook
The Future of AP Exams
Lauren Raziano, Web Editor • May 15, 2020
The online AP Tests are here. The AP exams are having a twist this year as they will be given at home, as online 45 minute exams. 
The Choice to Delay the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by Simi Edeki 
Graphic By: Lauren Raziano
The Choice to Delay the Tokyo 2020 Olympics
Simi Edeki April 16, 2020

COVID-19 has shaken up the world of sports. Sporting leagues and events...

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The Legacy Bryant Leaves
Simi Edeki February 4, 2020

US basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, along with seven others, died en-route to a basketball game Sunday when their helicopter crashed into...

A Glimpse into the Health Crises in Sports
Caroline Antunes, Co-Editor In-Chief • February 4, 2020

An ongoing debate centering around student athletes generally seeks to argue whether or not sports present more harm or benefits to mental health. Certainly, sports can offer...

Winning a Championship, Though Being Placed on IR
Jake Nowaczyk December 10, 2019

November 16, 2019: a date which will stick with me until I die--and then more. This date that I am referring to is the day that the 2019 Archmere Boy’s Soccer Team won its...

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Spending time outdoors has been an outlet for many students during COVID-19
How Has Social Distancing Affected Our Auks?
Alexis Rendel, Lifestyle Editor • May 11, 2020

Social distancing is one of the most important steps we can take to fight against this outbreak of COVID-19. Scientists and doctors have pleaded for us to stay at home and...

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How to Get Ready in the Morning: A Skincare Regimen
Julie Orth May 1, 2020
Now that we’re in quarantine, I have extra time to do the one thing that I love: skincare.
Megxit: Meghan and Harry’s Departure from Royalty
Alexis Rendel April 20, 2020

Prince Harry officially announced his and wife Meghan Markle’s departure...

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A Time to Re-Examine the Girl's Winter Uniform
Fiona Teaney, Staff writer • April 20, 2020
We, as students, love the idea of a uniform, but we’re not completely happy with our current choices. We know that uniforms are here to stay at Archmere, but we would like to address a few issues. Our requests specifically involve shoes and the girls’ winter uniform.
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Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness
Lauren Raziano April 14, 2020
The thrill of holding a baby tiger, capturing the purr-fect picture for Instagram, would lure anyone to an exotic tiger zoo. But the hidden reality of the underground big cats owners in America, is unfolded in Netflix’s documentary: Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness. 
Martinez Takes Us to School in ‘K-12’
Samantha Curry December 11, 2019

Her first release in four years, Melanie Martinez’s “K-12”--her second studio album-- debuted on September 6th this past year. It charted at number three on the Billboard...

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The Battle of the Queso
Niko Omiridis, Staff Writer • October 17, 2019
Mexican Food Enthusiast debaates El Diablo versus California Tortilla. Who wins the battle for the Auks' stomachs?
Not your average "cup of joe" at two favorite coffee shop
Amelia Klinger October 17, 2019
In an area surrounded by many coffee shops with a variety of drinks and menu options, it can be hard to choose the best fit for a coffee craving. Two popular coffee shops in Delaware are Brew Haha and Starbucks.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A “Spell-binding” Spectacular
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A “Spell-binding” Spectacular
Alexis Rendel October 16, 2019

Imagine the spells, potions, and wizardry of the world of Harry Potter performed live before your eyes. Well, that’s exactly what happens during...

Humans of Archmere: Mr. J.R. Creekmore
December 18, 2019

As a student at Archmere Academy, Mr. J.R. Creekmore was a vital member of the swim, cross country, and track teams. Now he brings those skills with him to his teaching and...

Mrs. Wright, the Right Choice for Archmere
Luke Currie December 8, 2019

An English teacher and director of communications at St. Mark’s, Mrs. Valerie Wright is now settling into her second year teaching in the English department here at Archmere.  Wright...

New York City Teacher Gets Comfortable in the Suburbs
New York City Teacher Gets Comfortable in the Suburbs
Jill Farrell December 8, 2019
As a teacher at an all-boys school in uptown Manhattan, Mr. Quinn was a well-rounded individual fit for teaching and encouraging students in the classroom. Now, he brings his skills to Archmere Academy, where he was recently hired as a teacher in the English Department.
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The Student News Site of Archmere Academy
The Student News Site of Archmere Academy