Its proximity to the bus stop, delicious treats, and suitable studying space makes Java & Joe a favorite amongst Thacher students. The contents of the area are different and interesting. One wall is lined with […]
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“One time coming back from Thanksgiving break my freshman year, I just started running up Horn Canyon and had no idea where I was gonna go.” That day, Ford Schaper ’19 snaked through dust-covered mountain […]
By Malena Solin ’20 At Thacher, we often take our dining hall and dining hall staff for granted, never really building relationships with the staff the way we do with other adults on campus and complaining […]
By Jamie Song ’19 Over the years, “breakfast check-in” has become more of an inconvenience and a burden in the perspective of many students rather than a helpful regulation to remind one to eat breakfast. […]
By Daisy Lawrence ’20 Thacher students are not only intelligent and diverse but are also notorious for their wardrobes. When students enter our school, their idea of clothing expands to fit all aspects of the […]
Several conservative students expressed frustration with the fact that President Donald Trump has become emblematic of all conservatives, contributing to the false perception of conservatives. Preston Brailer, a conservative sophomore, remarked in an interview with […]
Faculty and staff members at Thacher had a few theories when asked about what causes conservatives to be cast in the role of the “antagonistic other.” Assistant Director of Admissions Christopher Thomas stated that, “The […]