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A forum for Archer student voices, from editorials and op-eds to humor and creative work.



Girl on the Street: Moving Up Day

Girl on the Street: Moving Up Day

Ella Tollman June 1, 2016 Comments Off on Girl on the Street: Moving Up Day

As the end of the year approaches,  many students are awaiting Moving Up Day — when the buses pull out and summer begins

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Humans of Archer Episode 2: Cydney Davis ’18.

Humans of Archer Episode 2: Cydney Davis ’18.

Nelly Rouzroch May 27, 2016 20

Welcome to Humans of Archer! This new segment of the Archer Oracle highlights students with a special talent or a unique story that they want to share with the Archer community

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Column: Senior Farewell Ceremony embodies spirit of Archer

Column: Senior Farewell Ceremony embodies spirit of Archer

Isabel Adler May 27, 2016 1

What marks the end of the year at Archer? Is it senior graduation, or is it finals week? Or when the yearbook comes out? Or is it the subtler things— disorganized backpacks, lack of pencils,

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Column: The Nuns of Washington

Column: The Nuns of Washington

Ciel Torres May 22, 2016 Comments Off on Column: The Nuns of Washington

As the Presidential primaries begin to discern who is most likely to win the nomination in November, the time has come to denounce the N.U.N.S of Washington: those whose Nominality Undercuts {their} Nomination

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Column: The Newest Face of Feminism

Column: The Newest Face of Feminism

Stella Gage May 18, 2016 Comments Off on Column: The Newest Face of Feminism

It seems that the world has found the newest face of the feminist movement, and I couldn’t be happier to say that she is a lot like us Archer Girls — ambitious, outspoken and

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Humans of Archer Episode 1: Emily Delossa ’20

Humans of Archer Episode 1: Emily Delossa ’20

Nelly Rouzroch May 17, 2016 Comments Off on Humans of Archer Episode 1: Emily Delossa ’20

Welcome to Humans of Archer! This is a new segment for The Oracle similar to Humans of New York . Humans of Archer highlights students with special talents or a unique story. The very first episode

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Op-ed: Snapchat – back at it again with the offensive lens choices

Op-ed: Snapchat – back at it again with the offensive lens choices

Shelby Mumford May 17, 2016 Comments Off on Op-ed: Snapchat – back at it again with the offensive lens choices

Dear Snapchat, It hasn’t been long since I’ve last written you, and I am beyond disappointed that I have to do this yet again. Along with a flower crown and a tomato, one Snapchat’s more recent filters was Bob Marley.

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You better BELIZE I loved the Archer Abroad Trip

You better BELIZE I loved the Archer Abroad Trip

Nelly Rouzroch May 3, 2016 Comments Off on You better BELIZE I loved the Archer Abroad Trip

Hiking through the rainforest to different waterfalls, staying on a research island and going snorkeling everyday are just some of the activities that I participated in on the Archer Abroad trip to Belize. The trip took

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Op-Ed: Someone save the teen comedy film — before it’s too late

Op-Ed: Someone save the teen comedy film — before it’s too late

Eloise Rollins-Fife April 16, 2016 Comments Off on Op-Ed: Someone save the teen comedy film — before it’s too late

We are living in an era filled with suffering, discontent and injustice, but amidst all of these human hardships, there’s one tragedy we’ve neglected to acknowledge: the death of the teenage comedy

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Op-Ed: In defense of Lands’ End

Op-Ed: In defense of Lands’ End

Ciel Torres March 6, 2016 3

The intention of this article is not a representation of my personal beliefs on the issue, but rather a suggestion for our community to consider both sides of a controversial issue. Let’s at least

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