• Poetry: Trayvon Martin

    Poetry: Trayvon Martin

    Sydnei Sterling

    May 22, 2017

    Bang! ...Red, Red, Red, Red. You are almost dead. Your blood pools to the floor just a little more With a hood on your head, mind fills with dread. The monster leaves while you lay on the floor. You start to fade, pain makes you want to scream You see his face fill with no emotion. Your fad...

  • Sports’ Unsung Heroes: The Managers

    Sports’ Unsung Heroes: The Managers

    The Panther Banter Staff

    May 9, 2017

    What does it mean to you to be a sports manager?   “It’s important to me to be able to cheer on my school and help them out in any way possible.  I also love being with my friends outside of school and watching them grow as athletes.” -Lilly Michaels '19, Lacrosse Manager   “I l...

    Lilly Michaels, left, and Sadie McVicar, Lacrosse Managers.

  • Questions for Emma Corazza ’17, Softball Manager

    Questions for Emma Corazza ’17, Softball Manager

    The Panther Banter Staff

    May 9, 2017

    How did you become a manager? I wanted something to join to keep me occupied. Also my friends were playing and it is my last year, so I wanted spent time with them that I wouldn’t be able to spend otherwise.   Have you managed any other sports before? Nope. This is my first one! ...

    From left, Katherine Kilgore '17 with Softball Managers Ariel Baham '17 and Emma Corazza '17.

  • Poetry: The Winter People

    Poetry: The Winter People

    Chrissy Dibrigida

    May 8, 2017

    I think winter people have it best Compared to the ones who can live less-dressed. For, every year the cooler days come, And the winter people trade the sun For fresh white blankets that cover all the summer fun.   But with the new scenery set, Winter people get freshly dre...

  • Poetry: A Shattered Mirror

    Poetry: A Shattered Mirror

    Viviana Kaszubski

    April 25, 2017

    Imagine all the people in the world are shattered shards of a mirror. In a room, some of the shards of the mirror reflect the ground; others, the ceiling; still others, the walls. But each shard sees and reflects some part of the room. No matter who we are or where we come from, we reflect some part ...

When in Mexico

Elizabeth Kilgore, Outreach Editor

When in Rome, do as the Romans do.  When in Mexico, do as the Mexicans do.  Sometimes that means speaking Spanish; sometimes it means using pesos instead of dollars; sometimes it means putting stuff on crepes. In an effor...

April 25, 2017No Comments

29 Very-Very-Last-Minute Lenten Resolutions

29 Very-Very-Last-Minute Lenten Resolutions

Elizabeth Kilgore, Outreach Editor

Lent is a time of self-examination and reflection in order to grow in our faith and relationships with God.  It is also the ideal time to eliminate some of our vices in order to fully embrace our best selves.  Below are...

March 1, 2017No Comments

Food Invention

Food Invention

Elizabeth Kilgore

If you combine three positives you get a positive.  It’s math.   If you combine three delicious foods, you get a delicious food.  It’s science. Avocado goes with bacon.  Bacon goes with peanut butter.  By the transitive prope...

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Sports’ Unsung Heroes: The Managers

Sports’ Unsung Heroes: The Managers

The Panther Banter Staff

What does it mean to you to be a sports manager?   “It’s important to me to be able to cheer on my school and help them out in any way possible.  I also love being with my friends outside of school and watchin...

May 9, 2017No Comments

  • Questions for Emma Corazza ’17, Softball Manager May 9, 2017
  • Do or Don’t? Listening to Music While Exercising April 4, 2017
  • Oh, What a Night! February 27, 2017
  • Ski Club February 17, 2017

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29 Very-Very-Last-Minute Lenten Resolutions

29 Very-Very-Last-Minute Lenten Resolutions

Elizabeth Kilgore, Outreach Editor

Lent is a time of self-examination and reflection in order to grow in our faith and relationships with God.  It is also the ideal time to eliminate some of our vices in order to fully embrace our best...

March 1, 2017No Comments

Op-Ed: How Can an All-Women’s School be so Masculine?

Op-Ed: How Can an All-Women’s School be so Masculine?

February 14, 2017

Food Invention

Food Invention

February 6, 2017

Peanut Butter: A Tribute

Peanut Butter: A Tribute

January 24, 2017

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