The Broadview

Sophomores, seniors learn roles of perspective, penitence in the judicial system

Audrey Brooke reads from her letter of apology, as members of her senior class and English teacher Mark Botti look on. The apology writing brought audience members into the case, and tried to give them a sense of the guilt felt by judges, juries, and everyone involved in legal cases when an innocent person is convicted.

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter

November 19, 2015

Sophomores and seniors took time out of their Hislish and colLab periods to learn about the role that penitence plays in criminal justice, and how perspective is everything in the American judicial system. “It definitely gave us a new perspective and helped to show us that what we are learning h...

Senior coursework gets a makeover

Senior Madison Stetter examines Conservation Biology teacher Ray Cinti's experimental demonstration. The experiments themselves are conducted by the student independently with the assistance of Cinti.

Lisabelle Panossian, Web Editor

October 1, 2015

Senior Class teachers have made shifts in English, theology and Conservation Biology courses, giving students more independence in selecting their course of study and hopefully battling inevitable “senioritis.” “We are looking to keep seniors interested throughout the entire year,” English department chair Rachael Denny said. “One way we are hoping to encourage that is by c...

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