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Visiting author Tommy Orange speaks about his novel to students in the Williams Library. After the assembly during H block, juniors got the chance to have a one-on-one Q&A with him.

Visiting author Tommy Orange discusses novel

Students gather in assembly, listen to author speak on There There
Annabel Roubinowitz, Reporter November 10, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE | Yesterday, all students gathered in an assembly to listen to author Tommy Orange reflect on his new novel, There There.   “It was really interesting to hear all the questions that...

Pilar Ballestreros-Cordero takes the witness stand as Pocahontas, supporting the side of the Europeans, while Judge Rachael Denny and Bailiff Michael Stafford look on. The European side lost the trial today, but were able to cut damages almost in half, and were only required to pay $9 trillion of the $18 trillion requested of them.

Sophomores conduct mock trial at Superior Court of California

Students posed as Native Americans and Europeans as they defended and prosecuted their own side of the case.
Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter September 16, 2015

The sophomore Responses to Oppression ‘Hislish’ class traveled to the Civil Division of the Superior Court of California yesterday and today to hold mock trials, in which the Native Americans sued...

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