Tag Archives: seniors
Posted on 30. May, 2013 by Grace Moody.
by graceMOODY, ‘14
As the days of May dwindle, the pool opens and graduation signs seem to be everywhere I look, I know that summer has finally arrived. Although meaning stressful finals and end-of-the-year chaos for underclassmen, summer signifies just one thing for seniors: graduation.
The graduation of the class of 2013 will not be easy for [...]
Posted on 30. May, 2013 by admin.
It’s the finale— the class of 2013 has reached its curtain call and it seems everybody is ready to take a bow. As seniors peruse this last installment of Arlingtonian, no question graduation is on their minds. And today, when the bell rings at 3:05, and the papers fly into the air and the [...]
Posted on 18. Oct, 2012 by admin.
Fall sports come to an end as post season begins
Boys golf senior captain Josh Wick
Q: What was the lowest round during this season and who scored it?
Wick: The lowest round was done by Will Mason with a 68.
Q: How do you personally think the team has played as a whole?
Wick: As a team, we [...]
Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by admin.
With college deadlines fast approaching, students find themselves spending most of their free time on applications
By Elise Murray ‘12
Throughout their last year in high school, there is one thing looming over most seniors’ heads: college applications. Like previous seniors, students are distressed about the upcoming due dates and the importance of their applications.
Although most college [...]