The Monarch

A DEI Interview with Sherese Eaglin (Class of 2021)
A DEI Interview with Sherese Eaglin (Class of 2021)
Hannah Chang, Nathan Chou, and Claire Kim November 13, 2020
In early November, we met with Sherese Eaglin to discuss her experiences as a Black student on campus, her involvement with the DEI initiative, and her views on Mitty’s student culture.
Mitty’s Freshmen: Starting High School without Going to High School
Mitty’s Freshmen: Starting High School without Going to High School
November 9, 2020
Freshmen share their reflections on their first months of virtual Mitty.
Mitty Maintenance Staff: A Campus without Students
Mitty Maintenance Staff: A Campus without Students
November 9, 2020
The Maintenance Crew reflects on the challenges and changes of COVID-19 on Mitty’s campus.
A Personal "Visit Mitty" Experience
A Personal "Visit Mitty" Experience
November 9, 2020
How Mitty’s admissions department seeks to create one-of-a-kind Visit Mitty experiences despite not being on campus.
What Election Day Was Like for this Mitty Student Poll Worker
What Election Day Was Like for this Mitty Student Poll Worker
Aastha Prakash November 11, 2020
Aastha Prakash (Mitty '22) worked at a poll on November 3. Read about her fun and action-packed day inside!
For Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2020, Amplifier, Nia Tero and IllumiNative launched a new large-scale public art campaign to elevate Indigenous land stewardship.
Then and Now: The Marginalization of Indigenous Peoples
November 11, 2020
For centuries, indigenous people have been wrongfully displaced and decimated by European encroachment, disease, and forced assimilation. The atrocities of colonization and genocide have uprooted indigenous civilizations, leaving lasting impressions on today’s native peoples. 
An Election of Firsts
An Election of Firsts
November 11, 2020
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s projected victory over incumbent President Donald Trump brought with it a wave of historic firsts.
Inequities in the SATs
Inequities in the SATs
November 11, 2020
The current situation with the global pandemic raises many concerns regarding how inequity, privilege, and other factors affect standardized testing and college admission in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Defining "Adulthood"
Defining "Adulthood"
Kayla Le, Staff Writer • November 15, 2020
Legal ages may not be the only recognizable attribute to being an adult.
The Dark Reality of Dairy
The Dark Reality of Dairy
November 15, 2020
While dairy products are a staple to many of us, their production and consumption have several harmful consequences.
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Meanings Perpetually Paused
November 11, 2020
Youtube’s removal of community captions will alienate many from video content.
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Dwindling Democracy
November 11, 2020
Amy C. Barrett’s rapid nomination to the Supreme Court reflects America’s fading sense of democracy.
The Tower of Nero by Rick Riordan: A Bittersweet Finish
The Tower of Nero by Rick Riordan: A Bittersweet Finish
Christina Mau, Staff Writer • November 15, 2020
Fifteen years ago, the world was introduced to Percy Jackson and Camp Half-Blood. After two five-installment book series, Rick Riordan closes the Camp Half-Blood Chronicles with The Tower of Nero, the fifth and final installment to his series Trials of Apollo. 
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Cutting Collegiate Sports: What our Future Holds
Jack Smith November 10, 2020
Collegiate athletic programs across the country are being forced to eliminate some sports due to financial constraints caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, over 200 collegiate teams have been dissolved since the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak including many that hit close to home--both literally and figuratively.
Featured Artist: Arielle Rizal

Arielle Rizal
November 11, 2020

Vermillion

November 9, 2020

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