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Nick Baer, who will soon begin serving as Interim Upper School Director, is a beloved improv teacher.
Nick Baer Named Interim Upper School Director
Mia Kotler, Features Editor • January 26, 2023

Current 11th and 12th grade Dean Nick Baer will replace Upper School Director Kristine Von Ogden following her impending mid-year departure....

Junior Ava Horwitz holding her debut book, Growing Pains, a poetry collection.
Latin's Newest Must-Read: 'Growing Pains'
Eliza Lampert, Editor-in-Chief • January 17, 2023

In December, junior Ava Horwitz released her debut book, “Growing Pains,” a poetry collection about having to accept losing adolescence and...

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Separating Art From the Artist: Where Should We Draw the Line?
Natasha Benjamin, Staff Writer • January 17, 2023

Harry Potter, the globally beloved children's book series that eventually developed into its own magical world, was written by J.K. Rowling,...

Glass Onion Review
'Glass Onion' Review
Eva Lapiere, Staff Writer • January 17, 2023

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, was the perfect cinematic way to finish off the 2022...

A self portrait by Upper School photography teacher Jesse Chehak.
Turning the Camera on Chehak
Winston Spreitzer, Staff Writer • December 16, 2022
Latin students avidly take notes in one of the classes that the school offers.
The Argument for Honors Classes in the Humanities
Daniel Braun, Guest Writer • January 17, 2023

Honors classes were created for students who want to challenge themselves in particular subject areas. Students in an honors class are those...

Planned Parenthood Chicago Representative Edwin Irvin teaches a workshop.
Consent Workshops in Place for Juniors
Annie Hallinan, News Editor • January 17, 2023

Latin’s juniors participated in a 50-minute consent workshop on December 2, during which they learned how to establish boundaries, create healthy...

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