The Parker Weekly

“Unplug”

Julia Marks, News Editor

February 13, 2020

While some college students spend their time cramming in hours of studying or practicing for a recruited sport, Zuri Mabrey-Wakefield, ‘19, is writing a monthly column for “Unplug Magazine.” Founded by Barnard Sophomore Am...

Paschen’s Passion For Poetry

Alex Ori, Editor In Chief

January 31, 2020

Elise Paschen ‘77 wrote her first poem in second grade. The poem, which was about a horse, was to be published in the school’s literary magazine and cemented her love of the craft. Over fifty years later, and Pasc...

“Lodestar” and “Lake Aster”

Celia Rattner, Features Editor

January 30, 2020

According to Sam Mock’s early 2010s Twitter, “laundry was invented to keep mankind from getting too far ahead of itself” and his “spirit animal is that one remote control that only works the volume.” Mock’s profile...

A Jack of All Trades

Zach Joseph, Online Editor

October 31, 2019

Tucked next to a fireplace decorated with pictures of senior classes past lies the office of the Parker Registrar: Matt McCaw. For four weeks each year, around three hundred Upper School students bombard his office, anxiously w...

Never a Lone Wolf

Nick Skok and Jacob Boxerman

October 31, 2019

Hillary Wolf ‘95 was just 13-years-old when she appeared in Chris Columbus’s “Home Alone” as one of Kevin’s sisters, Megan McCallister. Starring in “Big Girls Don’t Cry…They Get Even” as Laura Chartoff just ...

Catching Up With Pedro Gonzalez

Max Antoniou, Brief Writer

October 30, 2019

Some remember Pedro Gonzalez as a thoughtful, intelligent, and likable character. Others may have already dismissed the former Parker teacher from memory. Parker employs nearly 250 faculty and staff, with many new faces each year. ...

The new Upper School Dean of Student Life, Joe Bruno.

And You Get a New Dean!

October 10, 2019

Mr. Heidtke talks with two of his players, Daniel Mansueto and Bodie Florsheim.

PE with a Passion

October 10, 2019

A New Page

Alex Ori, Editor-In-Chief

September 5, 2019

It’s a Wednesday in mid August and it looks like someone’s running a garage sale. An impressive array of books, trinkets and posters of dead authors line the fourth floor hallway. A stuffed teddy bear sits defeated, upsid...

Abri Berg (left) in Spain as part of the SYA program. Photo courtesy of Abri Berg.

Never Leaving the Classroom

September 5, 2019

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