By Katie Rumin, Class of 2021 Sylvie was cooking dinner, wondering where her sons were; they were long ago supposed to have come back from a Halloween party. From time to time she stared out the window at the old, dilapidated graveyard just behind her house. As she […]
BWHS seniors visited Mark Eurich’s 8th Grade at the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School on Friday, October 13th. They discussed the change from middle to high school, what makes BWHS so unique, and why they chose to attend it.
Dimitri Koufis, Class of 2018 “Our unity cannot be shattered by evil,” President Trump stated in the aftermath of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas. “In moments of tragedy and horror, America comes together as one.” These consoling words came from the mouth of a man who has […]
Dan Papscun, Class of 2018 Pictures and Video by Ezra Gudeon, Class of 2018 Waves roar and crash against the seaweed-covered rocks, scattering small groups of students from their perches near tidepools along the water’s edge. As the water recedes, they return to their vacated positions to once […]
A political cartoon by Solomon Bennett, Class of 2018, entitled “Priorities.”
Laura Coe, Class of 2018 A sample poem from the poetry workshop on Hermit Island, as part of the senior trip there. the pull of sand from out beneath my feet and something that was there just moments past the rhythm of the words inside my heart […]
Luke Lamond, Class of 2019 The Feast of Saint Michael, more commonly known as Michaelmas, is a rarely-observed Christian tradition stemming from the Legend of St. Michael—in the War between Heaven and Hell, he was the one to deal the deathblow to Satan. Michaelmas is on the 29th […]