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Jesse Lowes on Raising a Daughter

Jesse Lowes on Raising a Daughter

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

Paul Monheimer’s Thoughts on Gender

Paul Monheimer’s Thoughts on Gender

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

“Cherry Bomb,” Reviewed

“Cherry Bomb,” Reviewed

Odd Future, the mosh pit of young artists from Compton, CA, has long been defined by the variance of styles between its members. Its most acclaimed member, Frank Ocean, sings high-pitched vocals on R&B tunes. Perhaps its most eloquent rapper, Earl Sweatshirt, puts dark, twisted lyrics over dark, twisted beats. Syd tha Kid and Matt […]

Saving Public Education in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Saving Public Education in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Over Winterim and Spring Break, a group of 14 Catlin Gabel Upper School including myself and other students and faculty, travelled to Cambodia. The trip, a part of the Global Education program, was the first trip to Cambodia in school history. While on the trip, we visited a series of schools all supported by the […]

A Complete Mission Makeover

A Complete Mission Makeover

In San Francisco, an area known as the Mission District has fallen on contentious times. While characterized as a residence for many immigrants for most of its recent history, over the last 25 years, the district has dealt with issues of gentrification. From 1940 to 1960, many Mexican immigrants move to the District area. Again, […]

Why Students Should Evaluate Their Political Perspectives

Why Students Should Evaluate Their Political Perspectives

Imagine it’s 7:45 a.m. on a Monday: the stress and fatigue of an abrupt wake up call coupled with the anxiety of school on the horizon shake and tremble in the brain of a half-asleep teenager. After throwing their school supplies in the trunk, the teenager slips into the passenger seat of their parent’s car […]

U.S. History of Reactive Gun Control Legislation

U.S. History of Reactive Gun Control Legislation

In the U.S., the issue of gun control regulation and legislation has been beaten and gnawed to the point of stagnation. United States politicians can’t seem to decide whether the right to own firearms is the solution, the method of quelling gun-violence, or if it’s the cause of the violence in the first place. Gun […]