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Ami’s Declassified Upper School Survival Guide

Ami’s Declassified Upper School Survival Guide

Ami Sanghvi (Content Editor) and Aroon Prabhu (Junior Writer)

October 11, 2017

High school can be hard, especially with tough classes, a sports season, and other commitments! So, to help you all be as successful as you can be, I asked a few students...

Ubiquitous Excellence: Luke Bernard’s Path to Eminence

Ubiquitous Excellence: Luke Bernard’s Path to Eminence

Christian Kasmikha, Managing Editor

October 4, 2017

It was about 2 PM during an exhilarating 5v5 pickup basketball game in the Cooper Gymnasium where I first encountered the specimen that is Luke Bernard. I watched as he...

Late Night Bites

Late Night Bites

Ryan Murakawa, Editor-in-Chief

September 23, 2017

Late nights and Country Day go hand-in-hand. Whether you’re staying up to study, unwind, or party, you’ll need extra fuel to compensate for your consistent lack of sleep...

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Entertainment

Stay local while eating local

Christian Kasmikha, Entertainment Section Editor

April 20, 2017

These days, eating out is unlike what it was in the past. Previously, there was an emphasis on quantity over quality of ingredients in the restaurant industry. As we have...

Love is in the Air…and on the Screen

Gurliv Chahal and Sabriya Imami

February 14, 2017

Because Valentine’s Day has just passed, I think that it is time for us all to remember some of the most loved and memorable relationships in all of fictional history. Some...

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News

Bleak Skies in Beijing

Bleak Skies in Beijing

Collin Wang, News Section Editor

February 14, 2017

Throughout the world, countries are working actively to prevent environmental disasters through the reduction of carbon emissions and stricter industrial regulations. However,...

Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela

Collin Wang, News Section Editor

December 28, 2016

Currently, a humanitarian crisis occurring in Venezuela due to rapid inflation and economic recession has rendered deficient supplies of the most basic necessities such as ...

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Sports

The Beginning of the Run: DCD Soccer Captains Tell All

The Beginning of the Run: DCD Soccer Captains Tell All

Ariana Tagavi, Section Editor

October 4, 2017No Comments

The Detroit Country Day community has always been proud of our Varsity Men’s Soccer team. This year is one to be especially commended. The team has been through various...

The Rookie: Wendell Green Jr.

The Rookie: Wendell Green Jr.

Nik Gruskin, Sports Staff Writer

February 14, 20175 Comments

Freshman phenomenon Wendell Green Jr. is the starting point guard for the Men’s Varsity Basketball Team. Green has the confidence and skill-set to elevate himself over the...

Weight Room Superstars

Weight Room Superstars

Ryan Murakawa and Nick Shaman, Fear the Sting Editor-in-Chief and Online Editor

February 14, 2017No Comments

Josh Winowich “Lifting is no longer an extracurricular activity; it has become a necessity, much like breathing.” Sophomore Joshua Winowich is an embodiment of pure...

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Features

Senior Spotlight: Bridget Corwin

Senior Spotlight: Bridget Corwin

Maya Nassif, Shreya ChalasaniI and Bianca Desai, Features Section Editor and Features Staff Writers

February 14, 2017

While attending a school like DCDS, students may often find it difficult to manage their time for academic classes, rigorous athletics, and other extracurricular activities....

Senior Spotlight: Rohit Misra

Senior Spotlight: Rohit Misra

Ria Dubey and Bianca Desai, Features Staff Writers

December 28, 2016

At DCDS, every student must learn to balance their time between sports, classes, and extracurriculars. Senior Rohit Misra does an exceptional job in doing just that. Misra p...

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