Growing Pains

Making the most out of the crucial four years of your childhood Opinion of Joyce Lin As my fellow classmates and I embark upon the final stages of senior year, I have begun to think about what high school has meant to me. Many adults have said that they barely remember these four years or that they do not really matter in the long run. Maybe in 10 or 20 years I will not be able to recall the AP classes that I had breakdowns about nor will I remember the petty drama that would sporadically erupt. Maybe the best … Continue reading Growing Pains

Putting down the lacrosse stick, but not the lessons

A letter to graduating athletes Opinion of Hannah Gellar I remember my first lacrosse practice ever. I was one of the smallest girl on the team, wearing hot pink goggles that came with my new neon green and pink stick. My stick was almost my height, and we would play duck duck goose to practice the technique of cradling. Fast forward 10 years to today after walking out on my senior night last Thursday for lacrosse for our last regular season home game. Lacrosse has always been a staple in my life, from youth league as a Tick, to traveling … Continue reading Putting down the lacrosse stick, but not the lessons