Meet the new boss

I have big shoes to fill as I take the place of our previous Editor-in-Chief Brooke Williamson. She has led our newspaper for two great years, and I hope to do the same. We defended our title and continued to be ranked No. 1 nationally among schools our size by the American Scholastic Press Association. Additionally, this year, our photo team won special recognition by the ASPA by being ranked No. 1 in the nation among schools of all sizes. I plan to continue our winning streak by publishing a newspaper that informs the people of St. Martin’s Episcopal School of pressing issues. Under my leadership, The Halo will be a newspaper that informs the community of any changes or events that not everyone is aware of. The Halo team plans on relaunching the website to make it easier for the community to access information without having to wait for a published issue. I plan on creating a strong editorial page that brings to light issues within the school. The Halo writes and publishes editorials to raise awareness of problems and to hopefully encourage change. The staff of The Halo supports all opinions and is open to creating a dialogue with the students and faculty. I am extremely excited to lead the newspaper for the next two years, and I promise I will not let St. Martin’s down.

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Senior Nick DellaCroce is so lost without his cell phone that when it broke, he brought his iPad to school so that he wouldn’t be cut off from his virtual world. “My baby was in the hospital,” DellaCr

Letter to the Editor: Cell Phone Policy Rebuttal

Dear Editor, Instead of simply writing a rebuttal to the student’s letter to the editor, I would like to add my own thoughts on St. Martin’s cell phone policy. Students and faculty members were part o

Letter to the Editor: Cell Phone Policy

Dear Editor, I am writing to you expressing my concerns about recent phone confiscations and the deviation from the phone policy posted in the handbook. A few years ago, the students and faculty came

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