Mr. Hornet

2021 Mr. Hornet Interview With Jackson Bailey

W: What adjectives would you use to describe running for Mr. Hornet? J: Honestly it was stressful. I’d say really for me, it was the stress of running plus the stress of everything going on.

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2021 Miss. Hornet Interview With Hea Pushpraj

Sara: Hi I am here with your new Ms. Hornet Hea! Tell me about yourself. Hea: Hello! I am a senior (obviously!

Mr. and Mrs. McAfee posing for a photo.

Interview: Eleanor's Bookshop

I have known Mr. and Mrs. McAfee for a while because they both taught at Edison Preparatory when I was a student there.

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BTW Abroad: How Has Social Isolation Impacted You? Interview with Hannah Vuono (‘09) in Sweden

This is the seventh article in a series of articles I am writing this summer on the living conditions in isolation in the world of Covid-19.

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BTW Abroad: How Has Social Isolation Impacted You? Interview with Zoë Kaye Pittman (‘13) in the United Kingdom

This is the sixth article in a series I am writing this summer on the living conditions in isolation in the world of Covid-19.

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BTW Abroad: How Has Social Isolation Impacted You? Interview with Thaddeus Strassberger (‘94) in the United Kingdom

This is the fifth article in a series I am writing this summer on the living conditions in isolation in the world of Covid-19.

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BTW Abroad: How Has Social Isolation Impacted You? Interview with April Bullard (‘13) in France

This is the fourth article in a series I am writing this summer on the living conditions in isolation in the world of Covid-19.

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BTW Abroad: How Has Social Isolation Impacted You? Interview with Lindy Musial-Bright (‘01) in Germany

This is the third article in a series I am writing this summer on the living conditions in isolation in the world of Covid-19.

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BTW Abroad: How Has Social Isolation Impacted You?Interview with Laurène Smith (‘17) in Canada

This is the second article in a series I am writing this summer on the living conditions in isolation in the world of Covid-19.