Issue 3, Theme

Intentional Ignorance

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Brooks School

Dissecting Intentional Ignorance

Written by Tramie Tran, Brooks School Panel Member

Concord Academy

Our Forgotten Privilege Protectors

Written by Joey Sarno, Concord Academy

Deerfield Academy

The Ignorance of Trump Supporters Everywhere

Written by Brian Weber, Deerfield Academy Panel Member

Groton School

Define- “Worth It”

Written by Ella Capen, Groton School Editor

Milton Academy

A Procrastination Cascade,

Written by Katie Friis, Milton Academy

Northfield Mount Hermon School

Sleep or Standards?

Written by Elyse Kassa, NMH School Panel Member

Phillips Academy Andover

Generations

Written by Sydney Olney, Phillips Academy Andover Panel Member

St. Mark's School

Truth vs. Loyalty

Written by Justin Zhang and Rick Sarkar, St. Mark's School Panel Members

Tabor Academy

Is Ignorance Really Bliss?

Written by April Mihalovich, Tabor Academy Associate Editor

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Created by The Tavern's Cartoonists,

Malik Gaye (Groton School)

Lilly Le (Milton Academy)

Alice Lu (Phillips Academy Andover)

Simon Zylstra (St. Mark's School)

Survey Question

We went around our schools and asked students:

   "What is one thing you don't admit

     to yourself?"

Here is what some students had to say...

 

“That I have potential.”

- NMH School

 

“Antartica is a desert.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“My secret passion for Twilight: New Moon”

- Milton Academy

 

“That small progress is good progress.”

- Concord Academy

 

“I’m always looking for attention.”

- NMH School

 

“One day I'm going to have to tell my family about my girlfriend and I am not excited for that day.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“That I'm not always right. Sometimes I continue an argument, even when it becomes detrimental to a relationship, because I refuse to acknowledge the other side.”

- St. Mark’s School

 

“I don’t work hard enough.”

- Milton Academy

 

“That I have a mixture of qualities, not just a few that make me good or bad.”

- Milton Academy

 

“The fact that I am, in reality, 5’9”, but I tell everyone that I’m 6’8”.”

- Groton School

 

“I don’t admit that I’m not a hard enough worker.”

- Brooks School

 

“That I’m racist.”

- NMH School

 

“That statistics show I am likely to be sexually assaulted in college because I am a woman.”

- Milton Academy

 

“That I'm sick and have to miss school.”

- Milton Academy

 

“Nothing.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“Wouldn't I be admitting it to myself by writing it in this box??? Nice try.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“I might be part of the reason I'm unhappy.”

- Milton Academy

 

“Life doesn't always work out as planned. Even after the election, I continue to believe that being a good person and having strong morals can get you far in life.”

- St. Mark’s School

 

“That I may have watched the bachelorette for a few seasons one summer.”

- Groton School

“I really need to turn off YouTube after 8pm.”

- NMH School

 

“That I might not be able to go to my top college because of price.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“I'm a pretty little princess.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“That maybe my friends are not my friends.”

- Milton Academy

 

“I don't admit that I'm crushing on a guy when I am.”

- Milton Academy

 

“That I am not as smart as my sisters. I've lived my whole life working to emerge from their shadows, and I refuse the possibility that they might be more successful than I am.”

- St. Mark’s School

 

“You're smarter than you think you are.”

- NMH School

 

“Mike Pence.”

- Milton Academy

 

“I come up with excuses for my failures instead of learning from them.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“I hope I'm going in the right direction.”

- Phillips Academy Andover

 

“That I’m a hopeless romantic.”

- Groton School

“That it’s going to be okay.”

- Milton Academy

Created by The Tavern's Cartoonists,

Malik Gaye (Groton School)

Lilly Le (Milton Academy)

Alice Lu (Phillips Academy Andover)

Simon Zylstra (St. Mark's School)

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