The Spectrum

If Walls Could Talk

A student studies in front of the main fireplace of Northrop, circa 1951

Sarina Dev, Editor Emeriti

February 3, 2019

Studying at the Carlson Commons, going to the English wing for class, meeting up with friends in the "Junior Lounge". The current spaces of the Northrop campus are so integral to students' and faculties' daily routines and experience that itís difficult to remember that the building is over 100 ye...

Coffee linked to extensive history

Zoe Wellik, Arts & Culture Editor

May 24, 2016

The Twin Cities is a hot pot of coffee. Literally. The metro has a strong Scandinavian heritage and identity as well as a large East African immigrant population; coincidentally, these two regions are connected by the one thing our city or, rather, nation, relies on most: coffee. But besides the drink...

Making history

Emma Wexler ‘16 was honored at the state level and published in a national magazine for her paper on Margaret Sanger

Katya Tobak, Copy Editor

September 29, 2015

     “We believe that the pursuit of academic excellence in secondary schools should be given the same attention as the pursuit of excellence in sports and other extracurricular activities, and we have found that many students do exemplary work in history.”            So reads the explanatory stateme...

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