by Thomas Hochman
The Dig’s mission has always been to report on school-related issues that it feels are most pertinent to the student body, often opting to leave politics to markedly less prestigious publications like the New York Times or the Washington Post.
By Jonah Song
As the time until the Aardvark Science Exposition decreases, students are beginning to focus in on experimentation and meeting deadlines for their science research. Consequently, the annual time for protesting and stressing about science research is upon us.
By Annie Watson
Nic from 9th grade writes:
Should I wear deodorants?
By Andrew Carpenter and Jack Morissette
As one of McDonald’s top chefs in the country, I feel fairly confident in my ability to assess the quality of any culinary spectacle I can get my hands on; and today that was eggnog.
By Noah Wali
Here is a short playlist that’ll help you get through the stressful days ahead.
by Mason Lee
The weather today was almost as cold as Quavo’s new chain (wow, neat Pop Culture reference Mason!)!
by Asa Brown
Finals are imminent, so most of us will probably be pretty busy this weekend. But, if you need a break and want to deluge in sporting events, I have you covered. Here, just in case you need to procrastinate, is every (remotely) notable sporting event this weekend
By Nicholas Chang
As a junior, I have 2 years of experience of studying for finals under my belt. Maybe you have your own studying routine, but here is what The Dig recommends. For the record, The Dig does recommend studying for finals, especially to all the freshmen out there.
By Jack Morissette
David Lewis provides an inside scoop on his experience with the Rainier Scholarship Program.