The Green Arch

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.

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 charts within the first week. Songs on the album,...

The Daily Northwestern facing double-sided backlash

Phoebe Brinker

December 11, 2019

Instead of being welcomed warmly, the notorious, controversial conservative politician was greeted by enraged student activists who organized heated protests, drawing police to the scene.

Vaccines: Protection… or Poison?

Kaylee Paranczak

December 10, 2019

What could have caused the greatest outbreak our country has seen since 1992? The answer: refusing to vaccinate.

Should Teenagers Trick or Treat?

Alexis Rendel

October 29, 2019

During the Halloween season, many high schoolers ask the question “Does anyone want to go trick or treating?” This, of course, is a very valid question. Everyone wants to show off their costumes and although many teens choose ...

Is Netflix Dead?

Is Netflix Dead?

October 17, 2019

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cats” Gets a Reboot: Will its familiar faces prove critics wrong?

Joe Marino

October 17, 2019

The iconic broadway musical “Cats,” composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, will premiere in theaters all across America on December 20. Director Tom Hopper allows viewers to experience “Cats” in computer-generated imagery (...

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