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Salomé Beyer

Salomé Beyer, Editor-In-Chief

Salomé Beyer is a member of the class of 2021. This is her first year in Journalism and she is an Editor-In-Chief. Her first published article was “Enrollment Aid: How the Columbus School Turned to Institutionalized Empathy.” Other than Journalism, Salomé is a Teen Advisor for Girl Up, and she plans to study History and Politics in the UK or US. She’s passionate about reporting on social justice, gender equality and educational policy topics, and her favorite quarantine finding is Amazon Prime.

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The Royal Racism

The Royal Racism

May 4, 2021

“All they had to do was stand by (Meghan) publicly and they would’ve changed the world,” claimed Mofiyin Onanuga, Girl Up London Co-President, and gender equality activist. While a new call for racial...

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The Morality of Coming Out Transgender

The Morality of Coming Out Transgender

March 11, 2021

“I’m sorry for lying,” claimed Nikkie de Jager in her Youtube series that followed her life as a transgender woman in the beauty industry. Her original coming out video was followed by an immediate...

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Protesting Versus Rioting: What's the Big Deal Anyway?

Protesting Versus Rioting: What’s the Big Deal Anyway?

February 13, 2021

As of February 10th, 2021, 25 ongoing protests are happening worldwide, some having started as early as October 2019.  Thus, it’s no surprise that throughout 2020, the terms “protesting” and “rioting”...

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The ‘Craby Hotdog’ ordered on November 6th comes with breaded crab meat, caramelized onions, lettuce, guacamole, sweet and sour sauce, Sriracha mayo, and fries on the side. Its packaging is also decorated with thoughtful notes.

Fast (Sea)Food

November 19, 2020

Over the past few years, the concept of “gourmet fast food” has surged in popularity because of its simplicity, richness of flavor, and inexpensive nature. Thus, the Rollup Sushiburrito owners have...

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The COSMUN 2019 Closing Ceremony takes place, and the Columbus School Female Basketball Team plays a match in Binationals 2019. COSMUN and Binationals are the first activities that Middle and High School students at The Columbus School are prevented from participating in when they’re unable to pay tuition.

Enrollment Aid: How The Columbus School Turned to Institutionalized Empathy

September 28, 2020

Using empathy as a guiding principle, The Columbus School reevaluated its financial aid policies, helping families and staff stay in school after the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. Although...

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