The Parker Weekly

Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee. Photo by Wilson Cedillo

Civil Rights Trip

May 20, 2019

Dating at Parker

Grace Chang, Managing Editor

May 13, 2019

“I joined Tinder around my eighteenth birthday just to see what it was like,” one anonymous senior girl said. “In under an hour on the app I ran into, like, four kids from my grade. I deleted it in under a week because...

Sewers, Eczema and Georgia

Alex Ori, Opinions Editor

May 13, 2019

We sit in a study room. Her outfit is one you would typically see on a given JK girl roaming down Parker’s halls. She wears a purple long sleeved sweater tucked into a bright pink skirt. Pink tights stretch over her tiny legs,...

Physics Unleashed

Jacob Boxerman, Staff Writer

May 13, 2019

This year’s science curriculum came with a new class – Advanced Topics in Physics… and it comes with a twist at the end of the year. This is the first year that the Advanced Topics (AT) in Physics class is being offered....

In Response to “Hear Us”

David Fuder

May 10, 2019

To the Parker community: A Broken Body That Needs Healing. Every September we gather in the auditorium for the very first Morning Ex of the school year. The excitement is palpable, as the very youngest join together with...

Letter From the Editors, Issue 10 — Volume CVIII

The Parker Weekly

May 10, 2019

Hi Parker! Happy May to all of you! It’s starting to get warm, and we are almost at Class Day. We hope you are all taking advantage of the warm weather, and gearing up for the end of the year! As always, we have some great...

Editorial, Issue 10 — Volume CVIII

The Parker Weekly

May 10, 2019

For the first time in recent memory, Principal Dan Frank ‘74 reviewed “The Parker Weekly” in its totality before publication, forcing the Editors-in-Chief to strike content before publication. Editor-in-Chief of “The Weekl...

Intention, Attention, Attitude

Molly Taylor, Online Editor

May 10, 2019

On the flight back from Copenhagen, where Dr. Shauna Shapiro had spent the last two weeks teaching, she experienced a wave of anxiety. It was the longest time she’d been away from her nine-year-old son, Jackson, and she felt guil...

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