Student journalist Sarah Teague ’20 joined KDNK station manager Gavin Dahl on Booked to talk about student publication The Olive Branch, her summer academy at The New York Times, and her…

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I was living in Harare, Zimbabwe, when I first found CRMS. I was 13 years old, had lived in Africa most of my life, and didn’t know the first thing…

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CRMS alumni Claire Noone speaks with students about community, human rights work and keeping CRMS ideals alive after graduation The ability to stare down a genocidal Bosnian general at an…

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Alumnus Peter Olenick ’02 is a freestyle skiing pioneer and an 11-time X-Games competitor who won four medals in three different events. This winter, he’ll be at the 2018 Winter Olympics, representing…

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Joe Wagner, class of 2000, grew up in Napa Valley amidst the vineyards of his family’s estate. He first heard about CRMS from a friend of his brother’s, and those…

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How often do you consider the possibility that your firmly held beliefs could, in fact, be wrong? Language Department Chair Dan Pittz was initially opposed to a school screening of…

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CRMS Senior Whitton Feer is more interested in the backcountry than the spotlight; however, recent awards have driven him out from the behind the lens of his camera. After winning…

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If you see a student pedaling a yellow cruiser bike around campus and then see another student pedaling a yellow cruiser bike around campus, don’t worry. You’re not seeing double.…

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