French interns share their take on Carson

Leeya Wang, Writer

May 1, 2018

America is big, the food is unhealthier, and the teachers are less strict, say Emeline Ayglon and Melissa Provenchere, two teachers from France who visited Rachel Carson Middle School in March. The two women were given a chance...

A delicious Chinese New Year

Edward Li and Jaden Wang, Rachel Carson Middle School students

February 7, 2018

A Chinese New Year consists of hong bao (红包), which translates to lucky red bag, the horde of your whole extended family, but most importantly, food. Chinese food is one of the most iconic type of cuisine. It varies from ...

Why do people fail their New Year’s resolutions?

Alice Ji and Sindhuja Gudur

February 7, 2018

Celebrating the last moments of the year, streamers and confetti float all around creating a colorful illusion. Everyone’s spirit is big and bright as they embrace the new year with eager arms. As clocks strike midnight, the ...

A winter splash of new experiences

Annika Yu and Mai Lim

February 7, 2018

The winter holidays of 2017 for eighth-grade Rachel Carson Middle School students were a flurry of excitement, vacations, new experiences, and a little bit of snow. As tiny dusts of snow floated through the brisk, cold air of New...

Christmas at Carson

Emmy Truong, Writer

February 7, 2018

Rachel Carson Middle School students celebrated Christmas on Dec. 25 but not everyone celebrates the cheerful holiday the same way. There are many different customs that define the holiday. Carson prepared for the beginning of winter ...

Magical teacher vacations

Magical teacher vacations

February 7, 2018

The secret to Secret Santas

Laura C.

February 7, 2018

Secret Santas are a tradition featured at many holiday parties, where a group of people each are assigned a person beforehand and have to find them a personalized gift. Other than its name, nothing about it is religious. Secret...

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