Category Archive: Health

How to Avoid Stress Eating

by Anya Razmi We’ve all been there: it’s the night before a test, you’re stressed beyond belief, and you reach for last night’s pizza or brownies from the fridge instead of your textbook.… Continue reading

Interview on Concussions

By Kate Slesh and Claire Mckenna Concussions can happen at anytime, playing sports, accidents, and many other cases. Interviewing people who have had concussions in the past and finding out their symptoms during… Continue reading

5 Tips to Prepare you for a Long Night of Homework

by Tara Capers We’ve all had those nights during the week when we’ve got so much homework that it seems unreal. To make matters worse with all the activities we are involved in,… Continue reading

Fresh Fall Recipe

By Carolyn Holan Pink Michigan sunset skies pour in through several wide windows. My friend Sofie and I are making a mess of the cramped kitchen in our endeavor to make the perfect… Continue reading

Meet Mrs. Biggar

By: Eleanor Clements Mrs. Biggar is the new Upper School Counselor and Director for the Center of Leadership and Well-Being. She recently relocated from Colorado and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from… Continue reading

Fun Workouts to Do Around the Hath

By Arianna Anderson and Yardena Carmi Warm up a. One quick write b. Ten jumping jacks Stair runs in the atrium a. 5 sets of i. One foot on each ii. 2 feet… Continue reading

Staying Healthy Over the Summer

By: Catherine Engles Sometimes, once we leave the school for the summer, we can lose a sense of routine. Without the constant early risings, classes, and athletic practices, we are prone to become… Continue reading

Cancer Awareness: May-August

By: Michelle Dong Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the world, after heart disease. In the US, one in every two men and one in every three women will develop… Continue reading

How to Stay Positive and Calm in a Busy World

By Cate Engles This time of year can be hectic. It’s post holiday season, and it can be hard to find things to look forward to in the months of February and March.… Continue reading

Hot Yoga

by Maggie Amjad The start of a new semester brings countless amounts of stress and anxiety. Everyone deals with their stress in different ways, but this season I suggest visiting your local yoga… Continue reading