Comedy in a Foxhole: World War III Memes Conquer the Internet

Evan Gmahle, Staff Writer

January 17, 2020

When President Donald Trump ordered the assassination of Qasem Soleimani, a high-ranking Iranian military official, American-Iranian tensions drastically spiked. The world looked on and wondered: “what is to become of this?” The...

How Well Does Cambridge Know Christmas Songs?

Rachel Lichtenwalner and Aley El-Olemy

December 19, 2019

Bear Witness reporters Rachel Lichtenwalner and Aley El-Olemy interviewed students and faculty on how well they know Christmas songs. Watch our video to see the results!  https://youtu.be/LwAvzwz9QVQ

The Final Stretch To Second Semester: How Different Grades Choose Which Finals To Exempt

Brooke McDermott, Managing Editor

December 9, 2019

With the stress of finals creeping down every student’s back, the tedious last couple of weeks seem almost torturous to the student body. In the midst of preparing for the end of semester, freshmen, sophomores, juniors and...

“People Come Here and They Work”: How Students Use the Student Center

Libby Jones, Managing Editor

November 11, 2019

Walking into the student center in the morning, students can be seen sitting and chatting with friends, lining up to print out assignments, cramming for a test first period or maybe even checking out a book. From freshmen to...

Guardian of the Internet: How Effective is the School’s Firewall?

Evan Gmahle, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

In 1975, Apple donated units of the Apple I to classrooms across the United States. From this humble beginning, computers in the classroom have grown to near-ubiquity. In those days, when the usage of devices in the classroom...

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