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Dr. Stone: I didn’t plan on working in schools, but I’m damn glad I did

Dr. Stone: I didn’t plan on working in schools, but I’m damn glad I did

Matthew Gutschenritter
September 18, 2011
Filed under Articles, Spotlight

The Greek writing on the chalkboard in Dr. Jim Stone’s office has been there for over seven years. It’s all that remains of an ancient Greek seminar he led for seven students nearly eight years ago. Stone offered the course as a way to share his passion for Greek language, culture and liter...

Pascual-Leone brothers: We don’t really need to talk, we just kinda feel it

Pascual-Leone brothers: We don’t really need to talk, we just kinda feel it

ebarber (Editor Account)
September 11, 2011
Filed under Spotlight, WSPN

On a small cement field in Valencia, Spain, thirteen boys stand in a huddle waiting as two captains choose their teams for the upcoming pick-up soccer game. Among the group stand Nico and Andres Pascual-Leone, hoping they are picked for the same team. However, if they aren't, it's all right, it's still a...

Mizoguchi: A sense of dynamism in the air

Mizoguchi: A sense of dynamism in the air

Kruti Vora
September 5, 2011
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As construction crews put the finishing touches on the new buildings, and the town cleans up the mess Hurricane Irene left behind, Allyson Mizoguchi looks forward to getting back into the routine of being the Assistant Principal at Wayland High School after a two year leave. “I am, first and foremost, ex...

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