Month: December 2015

The Empathy Gap

By Grace Stevens   Earlier this year, on January 7th, French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was attacked by two armed men claiming to work under al-Qaeda. 12 people were killed. The attack inspired the hashtag #jesuischarlie, advocating freedom of speech and freedom of the press. That week, world leaders gathered in Paris to mourn the […]

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New HS Principal?

By Daniel Jachim As the philosopher Heraclitus wisely observed, the only constant we are guaranteed in a continually changing universe is just that: the inevitability of change. That nothing is immune to change has undoubtedly been emphasized here at ISM by recent developments in its upper administration. Current Principal William Brown is slated to move […]

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Concert Evenings at ISM

Article by: Zaineen K. Last week, ISM showcased three concerts for strings, band, and choir, presented by the amazing music department. Choir teacher, Ms. Grev, explains why there were three separate concerts this semester: “It is important to give each element of the music department an opportunity to showcase student learning. One of the ways […]

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ICARE 2015

Article by: Jess C. With the start of holiday cheer and the end of the semester near, ISM students and faculty find themselves looking forward to more than just a well-deserved break from the first half of the school year. December 7 marks the beginning of the much-anticipated ICARE (International Community Actively Responding to the Environment) […]

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