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The Masters School 2019 - 2020

49 Clinton Avenue Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522

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Table of Contents Middle School The History of Liberty Middle schoolers visit Philadelphia, on page 19.

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Portraits From Rock Stage to the Classroom Music teacher John-Alec Raubeson reflects on his nearly 30 years at Masters, on page 113.

Seniors "Think you're overwhelmed now? HA" Seniors reflect and give advice on page 134.

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Twelfth Night Delights The school's first romantic Shakespeare play in recent memory, on page 68


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Student Life COVID Closures Transition to remote learning as COVID-19 spreads nationwide, on page 34

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Girls Fencing Takes Gold Three gold medalists this year at the ISFL, on page 98

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Community Friends and family commemorate student accomplishments and milestones, on page 205.

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Delta Dominates AT

Founders Day

This is the day of ultimate school spirit. Everyone, faculty and students, were either a delta or phi. This year, Delta dominated the tug of war, gaining the right to hold a 6-1 victory over Phi for yet, another year.

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1. Kishan Mangru '21, Mitch Fink '21, Jason McGuire '21, Ryan Ferguson '21. 2. Seniors lead a cheer at Founders Day. 3. Melissa Koffler '21, Dani Saril '21, Sasha Novellino '21. 4. Zachary Barnet '20, Madison Burton '20. 5. Jason McGuire '21 rides on Joseph Schatz's '21 shoulders. 6. Lily Wike '21, Rachel Solomon '21, Rachel Schwartz '21. 7. Maya Asante '20, Jaelyn Felton '20, Lina Philizaire '20. 8. The Deltas cheer on with their might. 9. Talia Cohen '22, Jadah Ramdyal '22, Alana Gould '22, Avery Sheindlin '22. 10. A group of Phi's are excited to begin the tug of war. 11. Max Levy '20, Franny Mann '21. 12. The entire upper school gathers at the senior steps for Founders Day. 13. Kristie Sears '21, Nayoung Ko '21. 14. Sophia Herzberg '20, Michael Garcia '20. 15. Sofia Benson '20, Matthew Pordy '20. 16. A group of Phi's who are excited for Founders Day. 17. Maddy Ciampa '21, Brooke Tatarian '21. 18. Molly Higgins '22, Kywnne Schlossman '22. 19. Chloe Scotson '21 and Kishan Mangru '21.

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Class OF 2027 Sara Dehgan

Elsa Leibowitz

Ryan Mah

Loewy Nalle

Hugo Reader

Phineas Savage

Aarav Singh

Emily Tarter

Duncan Vogt

Henry Vogt

Neena Atkins

Jonas Balcetis

Emma Barnes

Madeleine Barnes

Amelia Battleman

Sofia Camacho

Julian Carnavali

Azariah Charles

Erez Erkal

James Fabian

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Cameron Abrahams Anastacia Alexander

Nathan Beckmann

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Olivia Brown

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Class OF 2026

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Lucas Freedman

Lorelei Gary

Claudia Glenne Gelblum

Caleb Grasheim

Christian Jinete

Rosa Jorge

Isabella Kim

Louisa Knauss

Harry Kreeger

Alexander Kritzer

Rohan Lavery

Willow Lovett

Rose Manzano

Marcus McGregor

James Milward

Jovelysa Molina

Dexton Osherow

Margo Pilic-Steinhauer

Alex Pinnock

Sarelle Ruby

Lucas Ruiz

Jackson Schuchard

Leo Schwarcz

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John Thorn

Annabelle Trahan

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Jacob Resnick

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Daniel Albani

Samuel Benson

Kai Biddulph-West

Curtis Bloomberg

Lucas Camacho

Antoinette Carnevale Ronan Cheng-Slater

Samuel Chernomorsky

Zachary Cotliar

Satya Crowley

Peter Drew

Timothy Edwards

Oliver Eisenberg

Alice Fuller

Jameson Furniss

Isabella Galantic

Dylan Glaser

Charlie Haas

Matthew Hantgan

Eleanor Hise

Charles Hutchings

Misha Ioukhnovets

Immanuelle Kennerly

Isabella Kim

Jordan Lee

Josephine Leff

Max Lovitt

Ellie Maiorino

Taylor Marlowe

Nikita Montgomery

Anna Moscato

Nicholas Moutsatsos

Jake Neiterman

Adji Arame Ngom

Thomas O'Grady

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Madden Osherow

Justine Pascutti

Owyn Rabley

Anna Ruiz

Sarah Schlapp

Landen Sedrish

Zachary Semczuk

Sheik Shakoor

Serena Sharma

Reese Sibery

Isaac Simonds

MeiLi Socol

Sydney Starkey

Allison Tarter

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Rebecca Troy

Matthew Vanwright

Isabella Wacksman

Richard Wagner

Alexander Williams

Maywin Young

Luke Youngblood

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1. Madden Osherow '25, Samuel "Sam" Benson '25, Isaac "Ike" Simonds '25 and Zachary Cotliar '25. 2. Charlie Haas '25, Peter

Drew '25, Madden Osherow '25, Isaac "Ike" Simonds '25 , Samuel "Sam" Benson '25 , Zachary Cotliar '25 , and Alexander "Alex" Williams '25

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Charley Agranoff

Chloe Basch

Adam Bello

Bianca Beriguete

Madeleine Brose

Keira Burgos

Adea Celaj

Aviv Emery

Tobias Freeman

Alexi Galantic

Reggie Grodin

Lucas Gschwind

Kendall Halprin

Anthony Han

Aurora Horn

Leo Horton

Alexander Klein

Theodore Knauss

Julianne Korb

Oliver Kreeger

Nathaniel Lothian

Mary Grace Lynch

Grace Maher

Jake Mason

Theo Meyer

Charles Milward

William Montgomery

Christina Moore

Clara Nalle

Alejandra Pagano

Jack Parsons

Shawn Pichardo

Zoe Pollack

Marina Psaros

Gharvin Ramnarase

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Arjun Ratan

Xavier Rolston

Silas Rosenfeld

Carmine Russo

Sibora Sadrijaj

Matthias Sandoval

Elijah Savage

Ethan Savage

Eleanor Schalkwyk

Lucas Seguinot

Joseph Shatzoff

Jack Sibery

Viviana Simon

Jake Sinel

Austen Smith

Augusta Sykes

Connor ToporoffRichman

Jacob Torkin

Aron Tucker

Ava Viscarello

Violet Weber

Alexandra Weinstein

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Margo Pilic-Steinhauer '26.

Benjamin Wike

Bix Youngren

Ethan Zion

Lily Zuckerman

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James Fabian '26, Madeleine Barnes '26, Henry Vogt '27, and Sarelle Ruby '26. 2. Ava Viscarello '24. 3. Emma Barnes '26 and Peter Drew '25. 4. Cameron Abrahams '26 and Anastacia Alexander '26. 5. Julian Carnavali '26. 6. Lucas Ruiz '26, Amelia Battleman '26, and Caleb Grasheim '26. 7. Laura Danforth sporting both teams, gives her Founders Day speech to the entire Masters community.

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1. Keira Burgos '24, Aviv Emery '24, Tobias Freeman '24, and Xavier Rolston ' 24. 2. Justine Pascutti '25 and Sarah Schlapp '25 dress as angels and ballerinas on this spooky day. 3. Mrs. Bollen

(dressed as princess Leia) prepares to give a fright with Mr. Robbins (dressed as a vampire). 4. Ms. Elsbach gives out awards at the podium. 5. Ms. Elsbach and her daughter, Astrid. 6. Mr. Saavedra, ready to teach art with a bit of a Halloween twist.

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Lights! Camera! ACTION!!!

Preludes, the Middle School musical theater performance group performed a variety of numbers on November 15th in the Experimental Theater.

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"The History of Liberty is a history of Resistance" -Woodrow Wilson On October 29th, 2019, The Masters School eighth grade took a trip to Philadelphia, PA, America’s first capital. While the trip was focused on the founding of the United States of America, students were able to explore the different sights of Philadelphia. Arjun Ratan ‘24 said, “I was thinking about how the founders were granted nothing and built a strong and stable country.” Oliver Kreeger ‘24 noted that, “As a person interested in politics, government, and history, it was a very cool experience to walk around the old buildings where our country was created… Going to museums and tours also made me feel more patriotic and proud of some of the bold ideas our Framers created.” Each eighth grader was assigned a delegate from the convention to learn about.

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Masters’ eight graders visited Independence Hall, the same building in which both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed. The students passed by the symbolic Liberty Bell (recognizable by its iconic crack), also getting the chance to see the homes of Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross.

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Jovelysa 'Jovey' Molina '26, and Anastacia 'Ana' Alexander '26. 2. MeiLi Socol '25, Sarah Schlapp '25, Allison Tarter'25, Josephine Leff '25, Adji Ngom '25. 3. Claudia Gelblum '26, Antoinette Carnevale '25, Azariah Charles '26, Madeleine Barnes '26. 4. MeiLi Socol '25, Sarah Schlapp '25, Allison Tarter'25, Josephine Leff, '25 Adji Ngom '25, Antoinette Carnevale, Ike Simonds, Serena Sharma. 5. Xavier Rolston '24, Aviv Emery '24, Keira Burgos '24, Arjun Ratan '24, Adam Bellow '24, Viviana Simon '24. 6. Azariah Charles '26, Isaac Simonds '25, Madeleine Barnes '26, Annabelle Trahan '26

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Remembering Martin Luther King Jr. On January 21st, Masters middle school students and faculty observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day, colloquially “MLK Day”. Students gathered in Doc Wilson Hall to honor and commemorate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior and those inspired by his leadership, resilience, and activism. Through performances and speeches, students highlighted the work of leaders during the Civil Rights Movement, and the history thereof.

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Immanuelle Kennerly '25. 3. Isabella Galantic '25 . 4. Chris Mizell .

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On February 7th, Masters 6th graders visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York City, more commonly known as "the Met", the largest art museum in the United States, and third most visited art museum in the world. 6th grade students explored the American wing of the museum, along with the Greek and Roman galleries.The trip was a collaboration between the Latin and Art classroom curriculums, utilizing recently learned epigraphy (the study of inscriptions, or epigraphs, as writing) skills and exploring the art of landscape paintings.

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1. Lucas Freedman '26, Jonas Balcetis '26, Lucas Ruiz '26 and Emma Barnes '26 .2. Jovelysa Molina '26, Rose "Rosie"Manzano '26 and Erez Erkal '26 3. James Milward '26 and Caleb "Cal" Grasheim '264. Rose Manzano '26 and Jovelysa Molina '26. 5. Willow Lovett '26, Margo Pilic-Steinhauer '26, Annabelle Trahan '26, Caleb "Cal" Grasheim '26, Lorelei Gary '26, Neena Atkins '26

No Strings Attached Masters 5th graders spent time crafting puppets. The crafts were scheduled to be formally debuted in May, 2020 in the form of a puppet opera, however due to coronavirus complications, they will instead be debuted through videos. 1. Phineas Savage '27. 2. Emily Tarter '27. 3. Duncan Vogt '27 4. Sara Dehgan '27. 5. Emily Tarter '27 and Sara" Dehgan '27

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On December 20th, 2019, the Masters middle school students engaged in the Winter Concert, a performance involving all Middle School students including grade-level choirs, MS Jazz Band, MS Orchestra, and MastersSingers, as well as 8th grade soloists. The concert took place in Masters Hall’s Claudia Boettcher Theater (CBT). Masters students took approximately three months to prepare for the concert. When asked about the experience of the Winter Concert, Keira Burgos '24 stated, “There's something about the rush of adrenaline before I walk on the stage, and getting closer to people that I was cast with, that makes the experience that much better. From voice cracks from singing high notes, going through rough patches in the rehearsals as a family, and mastering a complex dance number are all some highs for me in practices… The experience lasts so much longer than the performance, so having fun and remembering the good things are always something I cherish.”

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1. Middle School Jazz Band. 2. Middle School Orchestra. 3. 5th Grade Choir: Sara Dehgan '27, Elsa Leibowitz '27, Ryan Mah '27,

Loewy Nalle '27, Hugo Reader '27, Phineas "Phin" Savage '27, Aarav Singh '27, Emily Tarter '27, Duncan Vogt '27, Henry Vogt '27. 4. Margo Pilic-Steinhauer '26. 5. Julianne "Juli" Korb '24, and Ms. Meadows. 6. MastersSingers. 7. Seventh Grade Choir

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On February 21st, Masters 7th and 8th graders spent the evening dancing and partying in Doc Wilson Hall. Seventh grader Adji Ngom ‘25 stated that she went to the dance with her friends for the experience, she did leave the dance having enjoyed it. Furthermore, she plans on going to the 7th and 8th Grade Dance next year as well. When asked if she’d change anything about the dance, Adji replied that she, “ … wouldn't change anything about the dance” and “I think it was fine the way it is. Overall I had a lot of fun at the dance.” 1. Adji Ngom '25, Justine Pascutti '25, Sarah Schlapp '25, Reese Sibery '25, Ellie Maiorino '24, Anna Moscato '25. 2. Charlie Haas '25,

Jameson "Jem" Furniss '25, Kai Biddulph-West '25, Alexander "Alex" Williams '25, Matthias Sandoval, Grace Maher '24, Carmine Russo '24, Ethan Savage '24, Julianne Korb '24. 3. Connor Toporoff-Richman '24, Gharvin Ramnarase '24, Charlie Milward '24, Matthias Sandoval '24, Grace Maher '24, Marina Psaros '24, Teddy Meyer '24, Ethan Savage '24, Aron Tucker '24, William Montgomery '24, Oliver Kreeger '24. 4. Theo "Teddy" Meyer '24, Bianca Beriguete '24, Ethan Savage '24. 5. Jake Mason '24. 6. Theo "Teddy" Meyer '24, Bianca Beriguete '24, Ethan Savage '24, Zoe Pollack '24, Tobias "Toby" Freeman '24, Jake Mason '24, Connor Toporoff-Richman '24, Curtis Bloomberg '25, Charles "Charlie" Milward '24. 7. Thomas O'Grady '25, Jake Neiterman '25, Theo "Teddy" Meyer '24, Bianca Beriguete '24, Ethan Savage '24, Zoe Pollack '24, Tobias "Toby" Freeman '24, Jake Mason '24.

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Back row (left to right): Coach Sanel Klincevic, Grace Maher,

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Back row(left to right): Chloe Basch, Taylor Marlowe, Sibora Sadrijaj, Alexandra Weinstein, Julianne Korb. Front row: Josephine Leff,

Antoinette Carnevale, Charley Agranoff, Allison Tarter, Zoe Pollak. Not pictured: Coach Diane Scott.

Back row (left to right): Kai Biddulph-West, Coach Lou DeMello,

Sheik (Matthew) Shakoor, Nathaniel Lothian, Matthias Sandoval, Arjun Ratan, Shawn Pichardo, Azzan Thomas, Samuel Benson, Curtis Bloomberg, Owyn Rabley, Luke Youngblood. Front row: Gharvin Ramnarase, Peter Drew, Jack Parsons, Avi Zalkin, Maywin Young, Isaac Simonds, Max Lovitt. Not Pictured: Thomas O'Grady, Landen Sedrish, Lucas Seguinot, Alexander Williams.

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Back row (left to right): Violet Weber, Augusta Sykes, Adea Celaj, Sarah Schlapp, MeiLi Socol, Isabella Kim, Clara Nalle. Front row:

Isabella Galantic, Adji Arame Ngom , Misha Ioukhnovets, Ellie Maiorino, Alejandra Pagano, Aviv Emery. Sitting: Reese Sibery. Not pictured: Justine Pascutti.

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Kendall Halprin, Lily Zuckerman, Sydney Starkey, Marina Psaros, Jordan Lee, Coach Maria Nardulli. Front row: Anna Moscato, Satya Crowley, Anna Ruiz, Immanuelle Kennerly, Rebecca Troy, Eleanor Hise, Alice Fuller. Not Pictured: Isabella Wacksman, Serena Sharma.

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Charlie Hutchings, Jacob Torkin, Tobias Freeman, Bianca Beriguete, Christina Moore, Eleanor Schalkwyk, Lucas Gschwind, Theodore Knauss, Leo Horton, Keira Burgos, Ava Viscarello. Front row: Coach Megan Mansey, Jaime Milward, Nicholas Moutsatsos, Matthew Hantgan, Charlie Haas, Zachary Semczuk, Dylan Glaser, Jack Sibery, Madeleine Brose. Not pictured: Richard Wagner, Oliver Kreeger, Xavier Rolston, Viviana Simon.

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boys' soccer white Team Roster: Daniel Albani, Adam Bello, Lucas Camacho,

Timothy Edwards, Oliver Eisenberg, Jake Mason, Theo Meyer, Nikita Montgomery, William Montgomery, Carmine Russo, Elijah Savage, Austen Smith, Matthew Vanwright, Ethan Zion.

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We had a very small team this year and our times greatly improved. We didn’t win very many races but I am proud of how we did."

-Theo Meyer '2024, Co-Ed Swimming

Girls' basketball

Back row (left to right): Coach Maria Nardulli, Augusta Sykes,

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William Montgomery, Leo Horton, Lucas Seguinot, Ethan Savage, Shawn Pichardo. Front row: Ethan Zion, Nathaniel Lothian, Adam Bello, Arjun Ratan, Theodore Knauss, Coach Edmond Addison. Not Pictured: Jake Sinel.

Co-ed swimming

Back row(left to right): Kai Biddulph-West, Silas Rosenfeld,

Alexander Klein, Jake Mason, Connor Toporoff-Richman, Austen Smith, Jacob Torkin, Isabella Wacksman, Isabella Galantic, Zoe Pollack, Taylor Marlowe, Immanuelle Kennerly, Rebecca Troy. Front row: Alexi Galantic, Bix Youngren, Nicholas Moutsatsos, Nikita Montgomery, Charles Milward, Jack Sibery, Justine Pascutti. Not pictured: Satya Crowley, Coach Vicente Saavedra. Coach Ahmed Elmehelmi.

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Back row (left to right): Coach Mike Kinight, Matthias Sandoval,

Back row(left to right): Coach Kristen Norrgard, Joseph Shatzoff, Dylan Glaser, Theo Meyer, Coach Craig McClintock. Front row: Anna Moscato, Zachary Cotliar. Not pictured: Richard Wagner.

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Taken in 1935, the picture above is of some students participating in a friendly game of field hockey. You can still find this similar view of girls field hockey on campus in the fall on the turf. The current field hockey team in the middle school is pictured below. The middle school enjoyed playing field hockey in the fall but are no longer able to this spring due to COVID-19 related closures. Now students have gone remote and haven been required to do P.E. For more COVID-19 coverage, see page 34.

Workout from home Due to COVID-19, The Masters School campus has been closed. The middle schoolers, however, have been given a P.E workout that needs to be done three times a week for twenty to thirty minutes. Some options that were given include yoga, basketball, go for a run, take a walk, as long as it is physical activity. Mr. Condon, the Director of Athletics and Physical Education made it clear that "this will truly be a choose your own adventure program." The students will be asked to use an online tracker to make sure physical activities are completed throughout each week. For more COVID-19 coverage, see page 34.

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going Students Respond How COVID changed our lives... "Life has basically been put on hold because of corona. Everyone stays home and the streets are empty. Many people are not going to work and students are missing out on many activities. However because of corona I've spent a lot more time with my family, so to everything there is a silver lining. The only precaution I have taken is just watching my hands constantly."

"My mom is working as kind of a helper to the helpers. Her work was previously staged in a nursing home and when we found the virus is more dangerous for older people she wasn't able to work there anymore. The nurses who are tending to people there that still have to work and so she is working child care and helping facilitate online school for the children of the nurses. We wear gloves and wash our hands frequently if we go to the store. We have not seen anyone outside our family. We try to get outside every day, though I don't always feel up to it. It affected my college process a lot because I am not able to visit any of my schools and have been on quite a few Zoom and phone admitted students events."

- Audrey Corrigan '20

- Giselle Meskin '23

"I would say it was a big shift from going outside every day to staying inside. It made me realize how grateful I am to go to a school like Masters and how much I love the Masters community. Since I haven't really dealt with something like this before it is scary to see how one day you can be hanging out with your friends and then the next day school gets canceled for months. Although this also made me close with my family. We limit ourself from going outside, and if we do, we always have to wear a mask or gloves. We also had to stock up on food and make sure we have everything we need."

"As an international boarding student it has been a hard time for me. I had to make a crucial decision: if I should stay in the U.S. or fly back to Turkey, knowing that I wouldn't be able to return until the end of the year. I chose to fly back home to Turkey as things became more uncertain. I haven't left my house for around three weeks now and me and my family became more connected as we were on lockdown for so long. My family and I are planning to stay at home until things get better around Turkey."

- Sinan Aksu '20 "Well I have not left my house in 26 days and prior to coming back to [online] school, I was starting to feel very lonely and bored. Now that I can sit in some of my classes again, and see the faces of my classmates, I'm feeling a lot more productive and happy. In terms of precautions that my family and I have taken, every package that gets delivered to my house has to be disinfected, we have stocked up on foods that can last for a long time, and not a single member of my family has left the house since the Friday before school was canceled."

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- Vianny Lara '21

"You don't really think that in your lifespan you would be living through a global pandemic and experiencing it changes not just your life but everyone around you. My younger sister was supposed to have her Bat Mitzvah in May, and now due to the virus she isn't able to, which had been a very big change for my family as we had tons of relatives who we haven't seen in a very long time coming. My family and I have taken almost every precaution suggested by news outlets, the CDC, the government , etc. We wear masks and gloves when we are out, and we haven't seem any of our friends besides going on walks but staying six feet apart."


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The Masters School COVID-19 task force decided that in order to keep students and faculty safe, they had to close down school. This was the case for most schools in the United States, eventually leading to self-quarantine and causing businesses to also close their doors. In early March, remote learning was discussed and faculty prepared for teaching through video conference in case it was necessary to do online school. Unfortunately due to rising cases in the U.S., especially in the Westchester area, Masters closed its' doors to students staying over spring break and canceling a week of school before break begun. Mixed feelings surrounded students, some excited for an early break, others overwhelmed with family and figuring out flights. On March 31st students connected on the internet with their teachers and resumed classes. Teachers send out a link to their students and then all join on a mass call. Everyone is able to see each other, but students remain on mute until they have a question or begin a discussion. Another set of mixed feelings have set in. Most students miss seeing their friends, seniors feel they are missing out on senior spring, juniors stress about APs and SATs, others enjoy being able to stay at home with their family.

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According to the CDC, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), has caused a pandemic and is a huge risk to the public. Different parts of the United States each vary in activity level, but all 50 states have reported cases. Sadly, death tolls increase every day and so do the number of infected people. As of early April 2020 there is no cure or market-ready vaccine, though many hospitals all over the world and universities join in the search to stop the spread. Health care professionals are asking everyone to stay home so they can get everything under control. Majority of schools have decided to close for the rest of the school year, SATs were canceled, APs shortened to 45 minutes, and restaurants only open for take-out. The CDC recommends social distancing, since the virus spreads from person to person. Older people and those with compromised immune systems need to take an extra precaution because they have a higher risk of complications from the illness. Health care professionals continue to stress the importance of not touching your face, covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze, wash hands, and keep areas clean.

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Highlights The Math Department, or the Pirates of the Caribbean, made a music video starring teachers Michael Comerford and Matthew Kammrath. All of the math teachers were working on this music video, while Ms. Cabral was busy building a cardboard boat and trying to keep it afloat in the Masters swimming pool.

It is a Masters tradition for the senior class to get out of their seats at the end of the Halloween morning meeting and dance on the stage to the song "Ghostbusters."

The junior class video, about High School musical with a murderous twist, was a highlight of the morning. At the end, they received a standing ovation from the theater. Cast: Katharine Duval '21, Lili Elkind '21, Tim Mathas '21, Brody Leo '21, Allie Koziarz '21, Nico Masseroli '21, Miles Baker '21. Directors: John Vogel '21, Emerson Del Monte '21.

The History Department, with the theme of Hercules, illustrated the story of Hercules trying to apply to Masters. After the video, there was a Delta vs Phi tug of war between the history teachers. Even though Hercules was a Phi, Delta still remained supreme, reflecting Delta's 6-1 victory over Phi at Founders Day this year.

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The Language Department paid homage to the Mexican holiday, Day of the Dead, by coordinating a dance to one of songs from the Disney movie musical: Coco. There was also an altar set up for the holiday with sweet breads, incense, and colorful fabrics to give the school insight into a holiday that occurs around the same time as Halloween.


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Speak Up Speak Out Students were able to attend breakout sessions, where they discussed a variety of topics including enviornmental racism, sexual orientation, and police brutality. Students were encouraged to sign up for groups they were passionate for.. The idea of the breakout sessions were to give students more time to speak about topics that were not covered during our all school assembly.

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'20, Sachi Sing '21, Zara Zang '23, Sophia Herzberg '20. 3. Jaelyn Felton '20, Shamira Guillaume '21, Nova Rivers '20. 4. Chelsea Hall '20, Cameron Belgrave, '21, Nova Rivers' 20 5. Karen Li '20. 6. Kate Sibery '20. 7. Mr. Minio. 8. Jazmine Hudson '21. 9. Annabel Fabian '22, Mali Black '22, Jazmine Hudson '21. 10. Yijin Li '20. 11. Nile Bernal '21. 12. Audrey Corrigan '20, Maxwell Levy '20. 13. Dani Saril '20. 14. Zachary Barnet '20. 15. Ms. Du Boulay, and Dr. Fish

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1. Anji Lee '22 and Jiah Hyun '23 chop up carrots. 2. Lantao Li '21 and Li Ji '20 make their coke braised chicken from China. 3. Yun Liu '22 and Xinyi Wu '22 cooking beef curry hibachi. 4. Noemia Massingue '20 chops up onions to prepare her salad, representing Mozambique. 5. Gefei Guan '23, Muyuan Li '23, and Tony Wei '23 place their ingredients in the cooker. 6. Mali Black '22 lays out the rice with a spoon to make her mango sticky rice. 7. Vianny Lara '21 takes direction from Brock worker JoJo, in order to make their mangu originating from the Dominican Republic. 8. Students gather around General Kitchen Manager Lee Bergelson to learn basics of cooking in the kitchen. 9. Group photo of International Club. 10-12. Food from international dinner (Photo credit to George Chang '22).

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Each year every dorm hosts their own Head's Dinner where they pick the theme and decorate the entire dinning hall. For this holiday Head's Dinner they put up lights, candles, and paper snowflakes. Boarders are required to wear formal wear to match the occasion.

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As of March 16th, the administration have decided to keep the dorms closed in response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to putting Remote Learning Methods of teaching into affect.

In January, many students saw the renowned musical Hamilton at the Richard Rogers Theatre in New York City.

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What is Morning Meeting? Morning meeting is an all school meeting that happens every other day during Masters Hour. At morning meeting, students and faculty gather together to listen to announcements about upcoming events, clubs, birthdays, and news. The 10th, 11th, and 12th grade sits in the Claudia Botcher Theatre for morning meeting while the 9th grade sits in the Experimental Theatre located in the Fonseca Center. MISH morning meeting is a donation day. There are announcements about upcoming fundraising events as well as special guest speakers.

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These DoPA Days

This year with the new 8-day cycle schedule, Musical Mondays were replaced with a monthly DoPA (Department of Performing Arts) Day. While the timing may have changed, the student performances continued to deliver.

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Once a year, two seniors are elected for the co-chair positions. Co-chairs are the leaders of morning meeting and executive committee. In morning meeting, they announce club messages, birthdays, arrange morning meeting activities. and talk about upcoming events. Being a co-chair comes with great responsibility. This year our co-chairs were Audrey Lockett '20 (left) and Sarah Faber '20 (right).

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Below are some photos from a Spirit Day early in the year where students were encouraged to wear Masters purple and sports jerseys. Kristie Sears '21 shows off her head to toe purple outfit. 2. Logan Schiciano '21 and Ms. MacWilliams. 3. Chloe Scotson '21. 4. Sophia Viscarello '21.

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Some things just stay the same. In the early 2000s, students walk over to class with books in hand (above). As do students Jocelyn Acevedo '23, Maya Sung '23, and Tyler Hack '23 walking across the quad (below). The quad is one spot students love to hang out on, especially during spring time. Sadly, due to COVID-19 students will not get to embrace the sun on their skin this year. Laura Danforth, Head of School, decided with her task force that closing school and switching to online remote learning would keep students safer. This was her number one priority and the team agreed. The Masters School closed dorms for the remainder of the school year and awaited patiently in hopes of returning daily classes in late spring.

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Clara Kolker '22, Annie Rubinson '20, Gabriela Seguinot '20, Zachary Battleman '21, Jonas Kolker '20, Sachi Singh '21, Carly Grizzaffi '21. Club Co-chairs: Gabriela Seguinot '20 and Jonas Kolker '20 Annie Rubinson '20, Nora Fellas '20, and Gabriela Seguinot '20 after a conference. 2. Lawrence Azzariti '20, Gabriela Seguinot '20, and Jonas Kolker ''20 after their last conference of the high school years. 3. Zachary Battleman '21, Carly Grizzaffi '21, and Annie Rubinson '20 at the Philadelphia Conference. 1.

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Ella Mathas '22, Kayla Shelley '22, Briana Diaz '22, Maia Keller '22, Talia Cohen '22, Lexi Wachen '22, Rowan McWhinnie '22, Stephanie Sanchez '22, Kwynne Schlossman '22, Molly Higgins '22, Dahlia Melnick '22, Katie Williams '22 Middle row (from left to right):

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Coding Back row (from left to right):

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Back row (from left to right): Ms. Emery, Sylvie Gromada '23, Lucia Eisenbeis '23, Luke Byrnes '23, Kira Ratan '22, Finn Alexander '22, Annie Fabian '22, Kai Cowin '21, Kyla Barantsevitch '21, Elizabeth Oakes '21, Morghan Lavery '22, Niamh Fortuna '23, Lawrence Azzariti '20, Eric Modesitt '21, Avivi Li '22, Zachary Battleman '21, Zachary Spivack '21, Mr. Barnett. Front row (from left to right): Sarah Faber '20, Carolyn Hohl '21. Club Co-chairs: Carolyn Hohl '21 and Sarah Faber '20

"I like being in debatle most of all because of the enviornment both inside and outside the club. Everyone is super supportie and genuinely wants you to do well."

-Luke Byrnes '23 Masters Debate Team from 1970, when the team was all girls. 2. Kai Cowin '21, Carolyn Hohl '21, and Kira Ratan '22. 3. Carolyn Hohl '21, Jesse Xu '23, and Kai Cowin '21 show off their awards.

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Cynthia Cohen '21, Nora Fellas '20, Patrick Curnin-Shane '22, Sachi Singh '21 Club Co-chairs: Sachi Singh '21, Nora Fellas '20, and Cynthia Cohen '21

GALS Back row (from left to right):: Jack Li '23,

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"To provide students with the best prevention and intervention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, distracted driving, drug abuse, relationship abuse and other destructive decisions in an effort to create positive change in our lives. SADD hopes to be a support to our peers to help them lead happier, more balanced and free lives."

-SADD Mission Statement. Towards the middle of the school year, SADD hosted their annual red ribbon week. Upper school students wrote messages on little cards and wrapped red ribbon around trees througout campus to raise awareness for alcohol and substance abuse. A week after Red Ribbon Week, they did a week of candy grams where students could send candy grams to their friends. Back row (from left to right): Ms.Whitney, Karina Mangru '23, Nayoung Ko '21, Sophia Van Beek '22, Yasmine Pascal '21, Ms. Ostor Front row (from left to right): Elizabeth Nelson '21, Arielle Halprin'22 Club Co-chairs: Yasmine Pascal '21, Nayoung Ko '21

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Vogel '21, Vasilisa Ioukhnovets '21, Rachel Schwartz '21, Mr. West, Ella Tang '21, Jack Kenna '22, Patrick CurninShane '22. Middle row (from left to right): Kate Sibery '21, Oliver Peterson '22, Stella Zinaman '22, Clara Kolker '22, Olive Saraf '22, Ella Mathas '22, Elizabeth Epes '21 Bottom row (from left to right): Nicole Newman '20, Haley Schickman '20, Ellie Yang '23, Anastasiia Gorobets '21, Sarah Faber '20, Olivia Sharenow '20, Marina Shishkina '20, Club Co-chairs: Sarah Faber '20, Olivia Sharenow '20, and Marina Shishkina '20

For more on Kode and this performance, see page 85 in the Visual and Performing Arts Section.

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As a part of Earth Day, Effect planned an afternoon of climate change activites for students to participate in. Some of those activites were trash pickup, decorating re-usable water bottles, making re-usable bags for dead expo markers, compostings, and more. Back row (from left to right): Hannah Reynolds '21, Mac

Alexander '22, Anastasiia Gorobets '21, Charlotte Beck '22, Cynthia Cohen '21, Patrick Curnin-Shane '22, Katie Williams '22, Elizabeth Oakes '21, Kate Kasoff '21, Marie Kyo '22, Logan Schiciano '21, Jake Sloane '21 Middle row (from left to right): Sylvie Gromada '23, Tyer Hack '23, Niamh Fortuna '23, Elizabeth Nelson '21 Front row (from left to right): Olivia Sharenow '20, Sophia Forstmann '20, Michelle Wei '20

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On September 20, many students took part in the Climate March, a protest for the upkeep of our planet. School administration did not count anyone absent who chose to attend the march in New York City. For those who decided to remain at school, there were a variety of climate change activities like composting and water bottle decorating.

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Student Diversity Leadership Conference In early December, Michelle Wei '20, Chelsea Hall '20, Max Levy '20, Kishan Mangru '21, Shamira Guillaume '21, Sachi Singh '21, and several Masters faculty attended the Student Diversity Leadership Conference and People of Color Conference. After they took a tour of Seattle visiting the Space Needle, Glass Museum, and Pike's Market.

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What is Tower?

Tower is the school's newspaper. The paper covers events happening in the world and in our own community. The paper is issued both digitally, and handed out. talking about big events that happened in the school, outside sports news, and many other topics. The Tower staff also has an instagram account where they broadcast school games, cover school trips, and talk about politics. This year, Tower was awarded 4 awards for outstanding coverage from SNO (student news outline). Tower was the winner out of 2,397 other schools. Back row (from left to right): Gabe Keller '20, Tyler Conway '20, Reed Gilmore '21, Mitch Fink '21, Michael Leo '21, Ethan Schlapp '22, Tim Mathas '21, Owen Strier '22. Middle row (from left to right): Yasmine Pascal '21, Sophia Van Beek '22, Matti Stone '21, Nora Fellas '20, Kira Ratan '22, Annie Rubinson '20, Jacob Kriss '20. Front row (from left to right): Ms.Cowhey, Michelle Wei '20, Logan Schiciano '21, Mr.Ives. Not pictured: Kate Sibery '21

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-Logan Schiciano '21 1. Stellar Son '21,

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-Ava Bashew '23 In early January 2020, MISH organized their first midnight run. The midnight run is an organization that delivers care packages and clothes to homeless people in New York City. Students from all grades came out to prepare sandwiches and snacks for the homeless. There was a coat, bag, and backpack drive earlier in the month. A small group of students went out late at night to deliver the food, clothes, and bags.

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Mish Bake Sale

MISH ran a bake sale to help raise money for the many people affected by hurricane Dorian this year. Members of MISH brought in baked goods to sell. The money raised from the Score for Dorian game were combined with the bake sale money to send to organizations that help people affected by the hurricane. Juniors Caio Lanes, Alex Cienava and Melissa Koffler are enjoying the baked goods sold by MISH during Masters Hour. (MISH Officers Logan Schiciano '21 and Sophia Forstmann '20)

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Twelfth Delights The Masters upper school wows audiences with their first in a long time, romantic performance of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" 1

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Full Cast List Avery Sheindlin ’22 Aoife Fortuna ’23 Eric Solomon ’21 Tucker Smith ’21 Lorelei McCarthy ’23 Caio Lanes ’21

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"Twelfth Night" desire love through much chaos and confusion. Once all of the misunderstanding is solved, everyone is able to find their destined happiness. Two characters played by Ariana Copland '20 and Olivia Knowles '20 stakeout under umbrellas. 2. Sophia Van Beek '22, Ryan Israel '22, and Ariana Copland '20 3. Avery Sheindlin '22 displays his scarves. 4. Daniela Batista '22 serenades the audience with her guitar playing. 5. Nova Rivers '20 commands Teddy Masters '21. 6. Ryan Israel '22 jousts with Cesario. 7. Nova Rivers '20 8. Iris Pelli-Walbert '21 9. Tucker Smith '21, Nora Fellas '20, and Aoife Fortuna '23. 10. Sophia Van Beek '22 and Ariana Copland '20 play two drunk men. 1.

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EXPRESSING MUSIC THROUGH THE POWER OF DANCE—On 11/22/2019, the students in the upper school Dance Company explore the connection between dance and music. Through the art of dance, the performers visualize their passion for dance advocacy. 8. Members of the cast strike a pose when dancing to Post Malone by Sam Feldt. In the Dance Company Fall Play, Katherine Sibery’s solo part—“Solitude for Solce”, she gracefully acted the piece with Nayoung Ko’s accompaniment of the violin. 10. Members of the cast stand in rows for a dance piece without music. 11. Mali Black '22, Emily Van Demark '22. For Emily, "Being just a freshman, I was exposed to a whole lot of new dance styles, which I believed helped me to grow as a dancer." 9.

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Art Studio Creations with Some Concentration––The advanced studio art and ceramics classes hand shape, model, and paint their creations. A very quiet space, the art studio serves 2 as a place where these students let their creativity come to life. For some, their art studio classes give them time to take a breather from their other strenuous courses: “I love ceramics,” says Tara Phillips '23, “it 3 allows me to have a break from my stressful classes, while I am still being productive and making new projects. Ceramics gives me a chance to be artistic and express myself!”


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Mr.Ebersole has been in the music industry for 52 years, including 38 years of teaching. He has played the clarinet since fourth grade. For the Winterlight concert, he said that it was hard to pick an overall theme for all those decisions and all those different groups. He commented on the musical periods of the various pieces: "For the Jazz bands, all ranges of historical periods for the vocal included some eighteenth century music, some nineteen century music, some twentieth century music, and some contemporary music. For my group, mostly 20th and 21 century.

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On December 17, 2019, Salty Dogs, a sea shanty group, performed a musical of a zombie apocalypse. Six months ago someone drank water from the Dead Sea, the saltiest water on earth. Now it's up to the Salty Dogs to find a cure...can they do it?

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Jiaxi "Jessie" Liu' 21, one of the co-presidents of MUSE, said: "There was limited chance for us to practice between the fall audition and the muse concert because we had so many pieces and our casts were somehow overlapped. Therefore, I personally wish I could spend more time with my dancers and with the choreographers to polish every single detail. But since all the MUSE members worked so hard and devoted all their energy into this show, the concert was successful overall with all various types of dances and strong emotions. I appreciated that I had the opportunity to dance with these amazing dancers and Ms.Berrol being our club advisor."

1. Mengyuan "Zara" Zhang' 23 2. Noon "Stellar" Son' 21, Yujia, "Marianna" Gu' 23, Mengyuan "Zara" Zhang' 23, Jiaxi "Jessie" Liu' 21, and Elizabeth Nelson' 21 were performing a poignant ancient Chinese story. 3. Marina Shishkina' 20, Sophia Herzberg' 20, and Ariana Copland' 20 were performing the piece Euphoria. 4. Marina Shishkina' 20 and Sophia Herzberg' 20. 5. Haoqing "Sunny" Shi' 22, Jiaxi "Jessie" Liu' 21, Wennan "Avivi" Li' 22, Noon "Stellar" Son' 21, Jiah "Emily" Hyun' 22, Jie "Joyce" Jie' 20, and Ru "Amy" Meng' 21 from the SPG Kode were performing the song Snapping. 6,7. The whole Muse were on the stage dancing Lumos directed by Noon "Stellar" Son.

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Dohters Sings Away In Style DOHTERS is a soprano and a capella singing group at Masters. In December the singers------Zia Foxhall '20, Haley Schickman '20, Olivia Knowles '20, Sophia Viscarello '21, Sophie Neale '21, Anthi Likitsakos '21, Lily Wike, Niamh Fortuna' 23, and Maia Keller '22 performed in Estherwood Mansion with songs written by themselves as well as

former alumni. "I've been in Dohters since freshman year and my favorite thing about being in the group has always been the dynamic that were able to achieve. The group becomes a family so quickly, and we all care about each other so much. being in Dohters has required a lot of dedication and time, but its so worth it. Singing really brings people together, so the experiences I've shared and the bonds I've made in this group have been very meaningful."

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"Estherwood is an incredibly beautiful space which has an openness that really adds to our sound. But most importantly, getting our own performance in Estherwood is such a rewarding experience because we are so proud of what we have put together and want to share our work with our friends and family. There is a sense of history performing in Estherwood because Dohters has been doing concerts in that specific space since Masters was an all girls school."

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Outspoken celebrates the power of spoken word. In

January's showcase the following poets shared some of their favorite pieces with the community. Here is a brief offering of their inspirational words.

“Naturally, the dogs learn to run upstate, then lose their legs in suburbia--didn’t we all?...round and round in respective circles, chasing at the tail, catching it, over and over.” -Katharine Duval '21 Katharine Duval wanted to leave listeners with an image that was circular in nature and true to the idea of people "being caught up in life’s monotonies or simply going through the motions" of the "dullness of school work" and the inability of being able to "break free from its captivity." She made the analogy that the feeling was like"a dog who chases his tail might one day catch it, and, despite this, chase it day after day."

“The Bayou's road burns bare feet and summer breezes." -Mattilynn Stone '21 In Mattilyn's poem, she explored the serenity that she experienced from the Bayou: "It's also just a part of my childhood that I never really expressed until this poem, which I think made it more powerful." Mattilyn added that her love for Outspoken stemmed from the support of her peers. Outspoken helped make Mattilyn's transition to Masters much easier. She shared that "the warmth, support and the opportunity to share my art really helped me and has made me love Masters even more."

“I love you but we all were born filled with hurt and will die the same." Nicole read two poems for her Outspoken performance—one regarding someone she loves and the other about her relationship with her mom. Poetry provided a form of self-expression that was a great way to channel what she was feeling and turn that into something beautiful. Nicole said the writing process "was different for everyone and my process often changes but the general idea is...simply writing from experiences to get the bare bones of the poem over the course of a week or two I would add stanzas, remove words and edit large portion of my original piece."

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“I told her I’d make a new holiday for the romantics that it would be Ash Wednesday without any mention of repentance." -Carolyn Hohl '21 Carolyn's poem "Sacrament" was about creating a new religious holiday for people who she believes "religion doesn't really reach." This idea originated from a group prompt:"what would you do if you could change your life?" With this question in mind, Carolyn ran with the idea and added her personal connection to create a meaningful performance piece: "It just turned into this poem about my life and religion."

“New trends, same old." -Neoma Emery '21 In Neoma's poem she discovered how human beings, "especially teenagers are deeply flawed." She added that "finding direction in your life is hard, and sometimes buying new clothes or hanging out with friends doesn't make a lost feeling any better." Neo loves writing because she can channel her feelings without being too vulnerable. Poetry can be as abstract as she wants so she "can say what I mean without oversharing."

“But I would remember and the boy wouldn't, the rotund force of whirring as the grandmother plunged her fingers into the earth using her body as a shelf with her shoulders baked to her clavicle." -Kate Sibery '21 Kate's chosen line, summed up the main theme of her poem: how "we often lose sight of the immense emotional or physical pain that others are experiencing because we are so absorbed with ourselves." This poem, with it's somber tone, was very much about the importance of empathy "so that we don't lose our collective humanity."

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1. Ella Furniss '20, Santiago Brousset '22, Ryan Israel '22, Iris Pelli-Walbert '21, Lorelei McCarthy '23, Nova Rivers '20, and Eli Rubinson '20. The characters gathered around the table and were discussing a serious situation. 2. Ryan Thompson '21, Lorelei McCarthy '23, Eli Rubinson '20, and Ella Furniss '20. 3. Ryan Thompson '21, Ryan Israel '22, and Santiago Brousset '22. 4. Nova Rivers '20 and Iris Pelli-Walbert '21. 5. Annie Rubinson '20 is one of the directors.

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Jiayun "Ella" Tang '21 describes the inspiration for her painting above: "This painting comes from my own life experience. Instead of simply saying it is a portrait, it is more like an internal model, which is how I see myself and what I experienced in the past several years. I have been facing a lot of struggles in the past several years and often times I feel like I was sinking in the internal darkness. Eventually, I learned that only I can decide my own path in life and that I am my light in the darkness. That is where the sun comes from and the hand that is pointing the sun. The flame which was trying to 'take control' of my own life, is bright and the light that comes from the sun shows how everything is heading toward a more positive and optimistic side. I also add a contrast of color—the blue and red, in this painting, which shows my internal conflict to different emotions fighting against one other. Eventually, the bright side, the red, the warmness, the more positive, and optimism wins all the pessimism and the darkness." Through this painting, Ella learned how to better mix color by using acrylic pigment and other materials which she hadn’t tried before. She also saw how meaningful it was to take a personal experience and portray it to others through a vibrant art piece.

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Charlie Manzano '23 shares his thoughts on being in his very first Masters performance: "I would definitely recommend the Revue; it’s such an interesting experience. It’s good to have diversity in my theater experience—just sing songs and not have to worry about lines and instead work to putting my personality into my songs. I also had more freedom in terms of character story."

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Full Crew List: Director/Musical Director..........................George Croom Rehearsal Accompanist..............................Barbara Ciannella Technical Director.......................................Sean Breault Production Assistant...................................Meg O'Connor Program Design............................................Curt Ebersole Stage Manager..............................................Hilary Block '21 Musical Season Production Manager........Sam New '21 Set Construction...........................................Jingyuan Liu '22

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Sideshow Sisters Stick Together Based on the true story of conjoined twins, the Sideshow performance that took place on February 28th and 29th touched audiences with its themes of acceptance and loving one's uniqueness. The lead characters Daisy (Ariana Copland '20) and Violet (Annie Rubinson '20) established a bond unlike any other. As they sang the songs "Who Will Love Me As I Am?" and "I Will Never Leave You," they reassured one another of their everlasting love.

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Kode the K-pop dance club at Masters. Its members—Stellar Son '21, Kristie Sears '21, Jessie Liu '21, Emily Hyun '22, Anji Lee '22, Maria Portillo '22, Kalissa Fruetel '20, Kikani Libadia'20, Marianna Gu '23, Joyce He '20, Amy Meng '21, Zara Zhang '23, Avivi Li '22, and Sunny Shi '22 performed at half time shows for sports events and even made a dance video that they presented at morning meeting shot and edited by Nova Rivers '20.


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Since it was my first and last year in spring shorts, I was really looking forward to it! It really sucks that I'm not going to be able to experience it with a bunch of fun people. Not being able to perform with my cast and other events being canceled is very stressful and saddening to me. I just wish that we could still have all of the fun events planned for the rest of this year!"

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Hearing that spring dance has been canceled for this year has been a real punch in the gut. I love the spring season of dance and all of the creativity that comes with it. Although we were all in the beginning stages, everyone was working extremely hard. I was so excited for the choreography and thought that this would have been one of our best shows."

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Nicole Newman '20 shares a poem about her relationship with her mom. Haile Coore '23 strikes a pose. 3. The Sideshow cast sings "Come Look At the Freaks." Zia Foxhall '20 and Haile Schickman '20 sing as Samuel Levin '20 plays his guitar. 5. The Kode members dance in sync. 6. Julia Levin '20 serenades the audience with her guitar playing. 7. The Sideshow Sisters, Ariana Copland '20 and Annie Rubinson '20. 8. Ariana Copland '20 and Annie Rubinson '20 dance with their lovers. 9. The Dohters members. 10. Charlotte Beck '22 and Henry Timmer '23. 11. The cast of the SPG, Salty Dogs in their performance The Salting Dead. 12. Gabe Keller '20, Ariana Copland '20, Annie Rubinson '20, and Zachary Barnet '20. 13. Marie Kyo '22. 14. Annabel Fabian '22, Katharine Sibery '21, and Jazmine Hudson '21. 1. 2. 4.


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Season Recap Muriel McWhinnie '20, a captain in her fourth year on the team said she's witnessed growth in her team. "We were very honest with each other. When things weren't working, we talked about it and figured out how we could learn from our mistakes," she said. According to McWhiniie, by staying positive and enthusiastic and "giving 100% during practices and games," she helped bring out the best in her teammates.

Girls Varsity Volleyball

Back row (left to right): Haley Schickman, Gwenn Sabato,

Girls jv1 Volleyball

Back row (left to right): Maia Keller, Ana Castillo, Deyanaira Minnifield, Ava Bashew. Middle row: Eleanor Dundas, Kristie Sears, Maya Sang. Front row: Kuokor Ashie, Shamira Guillaume. Not pictured: Katherine Williams,

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Girls Varsity Field hockey

Back row (left to right): Coach Yolanda Nyero, Sophia Semczuk,

Morgan Young, Quinn Halprin, Maya Phillips, Giselle Meskin, Aimee Ayala, Coach Skye McFarlane. Middle row: Vasilisa Ioukhnovets, Neoma Emery, Anthi Likitsakos, Sabrina Wolfson, Briana Diaz (Manager), Alexa Wachen, Ayla Gonzalez-Koehne. Front row: Dara Anhouse, Muriel McWhinnie, Zia Foxhall, Nicole Newman. Not pictured: Eleanor Ogilvie.

Girls Jv2 VolleyBall

Standing (left to right): Katherine Cristie, Jocelyn Acevedo,

Avalon Golden, Rachel Mafuru, Ellanna Swope, Sarah Chernoff. Not pictured: Sydney Brice, Jessica Rothenberg, Coach Nancy Gormley, Coach Diane Scott.

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1. Haley Schickman '20; Outside. 2. Eleanor Ogilvie '23; Center Defense. 3. Gwenn Sabato '20; Outside. 4. Zia Foxhall '20; Center Forward.

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Ashleigh Woodruff, Coach Chanel Flowers, Nolwenn Favre, Hannah Kreutzer, Sophia Herzberg. Middle row: Xinyi (Sarah) Wu, Olive Saraf, Kayla Shelley, Olivia Madkins. Front row: Madeline Marlowe, Natalie Lockhart, Dahlia Melnick. Not pictured: Mack Hernandez (manager), Caleb Jakes (manager).

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Being on a team and playing together, the dynamic was really good and we all got super close so the team definitely made the experience a lot better."

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Girls Varsity Soccer

Back row (left to right): Coach Brendon Barrios, Lily Schwarcz,

Isabella Shinkar, Kwynne Schlossman, Tara Phillips, Maia Barantsevitch, Camille Smith, Stella Simonds, Sabine Godwin, Ava Lederman, Marina Shishkina, Coach Robert Ruiz. Middle row: Miranda Dennis, Mattilynn Stone, Rowan McWhinnie, Stephanie Sanchez, Hannah Florian, Jordyn White, Lauren Marlowe. Front row: Rachel Schwartz, Francesca Mann, Julia Bavaro. Not pictured: Mackenzie Jarecki (manager), Gabriela Seguinot (manager).

Boys JV1 Soccer

Back row (left to right): Coach Sebastian Germain,

Noah Kassell-Yung, Jake Sloane, Nile Bernal, Stefan Darmanovic, Robert Quigley, Zachary Katz, David Ferrando, Ian Stein, Coach David Downs. Middle row: Santiago Brousett, Adyn Lavine, Nathan Meyer, Denis Sadrijaj, Amechi Aduba, Benjamin New, David Medina. Front row: Finn Alexander, Henry Eisenbeis, Andrew Mitchell, Marco Ferrando. Not pictured: Sundar Thomas.

Boys JV2 Soccer

Back row (left to right): Francesco Desiderio, Jingxuan (Jesse) Xu, Eric Dowd, Haakon Sheehan, David Mann, Marc Baubkus, Jong Woo (Daniel) Jin, Yingzhi (Allen) Ning, Silas Pugatch, Kuzanga Mainsah, Grayam Church, Emerson Del Monte. Zahali Vauclena, Charlie Anhouse, Baird Hruska. Front row: Nathaniel Dyott, Daniel Medina, Oluwademilade Oni, Middle row: Luca Lorance, Junbo Yang, Nicholas Lusardi, Kyle Benson, Matthew Pordy, Wonjun Lee, Julian Dennis, Gefei (Ryan) Guan, Richik Acharya. Front row: August Grossman, Yijin (Carr) Li (manager), Dominic Florian, Denis Sadrijaj. Anthony Grif, Rowan Walter. Not pictured: Coach Jason Torres. Not pictured: Reed Gilmore, Mariano Russo, August Peterson, Coach Ray Franklin, Coach Neil Jaggernauth. 1. Nathaniel Dyott '22; Goalie. 2. Camille Smith '22; Forward. 3. Francesca Mann '21; Goalie. 4. Grayam Church '21; Center Defense. 5. Lauren Marlowe '23; Left Midfield, Francesca Mann '21; Goalie, Kywnne Schlossman '22; Defense, Rachel Schwartz '21; Defense, Tara Phillips '23; Center Midfield. 6. Noah Kassell-Yung '23; Center Midfield. 7. Andrew Mitchell '22; Right Defense. 8. Rowan McWhinnie '22; Left Midfield. 9. Kyle Benson '22; Center Midfield. 10. Ava Lederman '22; Forward. 11. Hannah Florian '23; Center Midfield.

Season Recap Girls Varsity Soccer had a stellar season, earning a winning record of 8-7. This was the best that the team has done in over a decade. "We got an influx of young talent; we were really lucky to have a bunch of young freshman step up and fill starting roles and contribute as well as sophomores," said Head Soccer Coach, Brendon Barrios. "The girls had a lot more self-belief this year. Changing the mindsets, the way they thought about themselves and what they could accomplish, also played a big role in having some success."

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Season Recap Girls Varsity Tennis closed the season with a remarkable 10-5 record."The team worked really hard in practice, we got some new players, and a lot of the players who we had played in the off-season so they showed some improvement,"said Greg Lesser, Head Tennis Coach. "As we got more competition within the team, it pushed everyone to start playing better."

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Coach Greg Lesser, Lili Elkind, Sofia Benson, Alexandria Batson, Ana Carolina Queiroz. Middle row: Kira Ratan, Anastasiia Gorobets, Sophie Grand, Calliana Leff. Front row: Eliza Abady, Hanna Schiciano, Jordan Troy, Maelani Groff. Not pictured: Coach Matthew Llewellyn, Coach William Roberts.

Sofia Sangha, Hilary Block, Ella Mathas, Hannah Reynolds, Eva Tabunova, Corinne Furniss, Karina Mangru, Stella Brex, Sasha Novellino, Gisele Thompson, Alexis Estime. Not pictured: Yasmine Pascal, Phoebe Radke.

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Dorian Gilmartin, Jonas Abady, Michael Van Demark, Joseph Diaz, Mac Alexander, Judah Francella, Nicholas Albani, Clyde Lederman (manager), Mingguangyi (Frank) Yang. Third row: Coach Stephanie Van Pelt, Dosi Weed, Raymond Falci, Boris Beev, Sylvie Gromada, Ana Lucia Eisenbeis, Marie Kyo, Patrick Morris, Mowen Zhao. Second row: Jack Borwick, Logan Schiciano, Aidan Lothian, Cameron Lovett, Eshan Nakum, Joshua Barshay, Tyler Paik, Charlie Cooper, Carlos Heredia. First Row: Oliver Benson, Yun (Lily) Liu, Clara Kolker, Katherine Stein, Alana Gould, Henry Mattison. Not pictured: Zachary Sherman, Tanner Dandridge, Audrey Lockett, Michael Garcia.

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Girls Varsity Basketball

Back row (left to right): Coach Victoria Shopovick, Rachel Mafuru,

Brooke Tatarian, Gwenn Sabato, Noemia Massingue, Coach Nick Volchok. Front row: Allison Koziarz, Dakota Daniello, Ana Castillo.

Boys Varsity BasketBall

Back row (left to right): Christopher Gatty, Christopher Barnaby,

Justin Smalls, Stefan Darmanovic, Michael Van Demark, Kuzanga Mainsah, Dillon Graham, Richard Boxer, Yingzhi (Allen) Ning. Front row: David Mann, Timothy Mathas, Stephon Marbury, Charles Coleman, Daniel Medina. Not pictured: Nathaniel Dyott, Reggie Grodin, Coach Keydren Clark, Coach Lou Demello, Coach Neil Jaggernauth.

Back row (left to right): Coach Chris Mizell, Coach Mike Archer,

Lina Philizaire (manager), Jaelyn Felton (manager), Oluwademilade Oni, Denis Sadrijaj, Miachel Couri, Andrew Hack, Henry Eisenbeis, Noah Kassell-Yung, Declan Myers-Brown, Nathaniel Dyott, Michael Couri, Jingxuan (Jesse) Xu (manager). Front row: Dayan Battulga, Alexander Nappo, Charlie Cooper, Nicholas Chin, Madison Blake (manager), David Ferrando, David Medina. Not pictured: Jason Campbell, Marc Baubkus.

Boys jv2 Basketball

Back row (left to right): William Comora (manager),

Mack Hernandez, Hao (August) Liu, Mingguangyi (Frank) Yang, Zahali Vauclena, Jagger Gossett, Eric Solomon. Front row: Zachary Sherman, Junbo (Tim) Yang, Isaiah Williams, Wonjun Lee, Amechi Aduba. Not pictured: Jong Woo (Daniel) Jin, Muyuan (Jack) Li, Luqi (Luke) Zhu, Coach Anthony Williams, Coach Andres Ocasio.

Season Recap The Girls Varsity Basketball team finished the season with a record of 16-6. The team has played in three consecutive NYSAIS Championships, but unfortunately fell short this year to Horace Mann on February 24th. Brooke Tatarian '21 led the team in scoring with an average of 23 points and 13 rebounds per game. She recorded her 1,000th career point at Masters on December 29th against Summit Academy. Tatarian was also named LoHud Player of the Week in December. The team won the Leman Holiday tournament for the second consecutive year; Brooke was named MVP and Gwenn was all tournament team. Brooke Tatarian '21 Noemia Massingue '20 Gwenn Sabato '20 Dakota Daniello '23 Allison Koziarz '21

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1. Brooke Tatarian '21; Forward/Guard. 2. Ana Castillo '23; Forward, Noemia Massingue '20; Center. 3. Reggie Grodin '24; Guard. 4. Timothy Mathas '21; Guard. 5. Stephon Marbury '23; Point Guard. 6. Dakota Daniello '23; Point Guard.

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Fencing Season Recap During the ISFL Individual Championship on January 25th at Horace Mann, Masters Girls Varsity Fencing took home three gold medals in all three weapons: Sunny Shi in Foil, Gaby Chernomorsky in Epee, and Audrey Lockett in Saber. For the Team ISFL Championship on February 22nd, Girls Foil won first place in the tournament and in the league. Girls Saber and Epee won third in the tournament and first in the league. Boys Epee finished second in the league and Boys Foil won third in the tournament. Swimming Season Recap Both the Girls and Boys Varsity Swim teams competed at the NYSAIS Championship at Horace Mann. Three records were set at their meet; Jaden Bascon in the 500-yard freestyle (5:33.94), Carly Grizzaffi in the 100-yard backstroke (1:07.60), and Ella Furniss in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:19.74).

Boys Varsity Swimming

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Back row (left to right): Coach Francisco Martin, Ryan Thompson,

August Grossman, William Lauinger, Kishan Mangru, Aidan McLaren, Julian Sierra, Robert Quigley, Andrew Mitchell, Kenneth Crump, Gefei (Ryan) Guan, Clyde Lederman (manager), Coach Chelsea Martinez. Front row: Massimo Tozzi, Zachary Spivack, Santiago Brousset, Christopher Nappo.

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Girls Varsity Swimming

Standing (left to right): Hannah Reynolds, Ella Furniss, Elizabeth Epes, Carly Grizzaffi, Vasilisa Ioukhnovets, Anthi Likitsakos. Sitting:

Briana Diaz, Kayla Shelley, Kwynne Schlossman, Alexandra Sinel, Jaden Bascon, Aoife Fortuna, Corinne Furniss, Hannah Florian, Isabella Shinkar, Alexis Estime. Not pictured: Neoma Emery, Morghan Lavery, Chloe Scotson, Coach Craig McClintock, Coach Susan Greally, Coach Ryan Marynowski.

Co-Ed JV Fencing

Back row (left to right): Coach Chelsea Martinez, Amaris Asiedu,

Owen Edelson, Edward Diamond, Tyler Hamerling, Samuel Scheinbach, Silas Pugatch, William Lauinger, Trey Nettles, Carlos Heredia. Front row: Grace Vogel, Karina Mangru, Alexis Brown, Claress Bahamundi, Amelia von Jan, Lily Wike, Niamh Fortuna, Nicholas Lusardi, Leo Shatzoff, Coach Charles James. Not pictured: Jordyn White, Stella Simonds, Madeline Marlowe, Luke Byrnes, Monica Jarrin Arrivillaga, Rowan McWhinnie, Rachel Schwartz, Kyla Barantsevitch, Danielle Gantcher, Yevheniia (Jenny) Nykonorova, Wanhee (Brian) Lee, Henry Mattison, Patrick Morris.

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Nathaniel Attwell, Kai Cowin, Joseph Schatz, Oliver Peterson, Dominic Florian, John Kenna, Andrew Han, George Vales, Nicholas Albani, Zhiyan (Alex) Wang, Christopher Shim. Sitting: Jack Horowitz, Ian Shivnauth, Lawrence Azzariti, Maxwell Goldrich, Peiying (Paul) Yang, Yijie (Jerry) Liang. Not pictured: Coach Craig McClintock, Coach Susan Greally, Coach Ryan Marynowski.

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Girls Varsity Fencing

Back row (left to right): Coach Francisco Martin, Haoquing (Sunny) Shi,

Michelle Wei, Sophia Viscarello, Ariella Uribe, Audrey Lockett, Muriel McWhinnie, Sumin (Rachael) Ji, Jiayun (Ella) Tang, Wennan (Avivi) Li, Jinyu (Sandra) Liu, Coach Chelsea Martinez. Front row: Sophie Lai, Carolyn Hohl, Sophie Neale, Yujia (Marianna) Gu, Yasmine Pascal. Not pictured: Gabrielle Chernomorsky.

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Girls Varsity Squash

Indoor Track

Back row (left to right): Coach Ahmed El Mehelmi, Lily Schwarcz,

Fourth row (left to right): Demetrios Moutsatsos, Lauren Marlowe,

Stella Zinaman, Shamira Guillaume, Nayoung Ko, Katherine Kasoff, Nouran Youssef, Taliya du Boulay, Alexandria Batson, Coach Robert Fish. Front Row: Elizabeth Oakes, Deyanaira Minnifield, Hanna Schiciano. Not pictured: Sofia Sangha, Tucker Smith, Alexa Wachen.

Sylvie Gromada, Yun (Lily) Liu, Sabrina Wolfson, Camille Smith, Coach Isaac Updike. Third row: Judah Francella, Francesca Mann, Maxwell Levy, Sarah Wu. Second row: Maison McCallum, Arnav Garg, Dorian Gilmartin. First Row: Cameron Lovett, Eshan Nakum, Maxwell Gorin, Jonas Abady, Sabine Godwin, Haley Schickman, Zia Foxhall, Francesco Desiderio. Not pictured: Mac Alexander, Marco Ferrando, Lance Leys, Aidan Lothian, Logan Schiciano, Tavin Staber, Nicole Newman, Xinyi (Sarah) Wu, Sabian Grier.

Boys Jv Squash

Standing (left to right): Coach John Boyer, Kyle Benson,

Standing (left to right): Tim Cools, Noah Lin, Brian Johnke,

Aidan Meltzer, Joshua Im, Nathan Borwick, Owen Strier, Rowan Walter, Kyle Benson, Ethan Rosenberg, Baird Hruska, Coach Skef Young. Not pictured: Eli Rubinson.

Indoor Track had a terrific season and ultimately qualified for the NYSAIS Championships, which took place on February 20th. The team broke many school records throughout the duration of their season: Girls Sabine Godwin '23, Zia Foxhall '20, Sabrina Wolfson '22, Camille Smith '22: - 4x200 (1:57.25) - 4x400 (4:38.82)

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Camille Smith '22: - 200m (28.03) - High Jump (4'4") Zia Foxhall '20: - 400m (1:08.10) - 600m (1:50.37) Sabrina Wolfson '22: - 55m (7.77)

Boys: Judah Francella '20: - 55m hurdles (8.10) - 200m (23.18) - 400m (53.54) - High Jump (5'6") Mac Alexander '22: - 800m (2:18.47)

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Squash Player Highlights Senior squash standouts Nouran Youssef and Taha Dinana said goodbye as they closed their last season. The top ranked players have reached great heights throughout their time spent at Masters. Youssef has been named an All-American for the past three years. During their final season at Masters, Youssef and Dinana went undefeated. In 2018, Youssef won the U.S. Junior Open Title and in the 2016-2017 school year. Dinana led the Boys Varsity team to win the Division III National Championship. After they depart Masters, Youssef will be attending Trinity College and Dinana will be attending the University of Virginia; both were recruited to play squash.

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Sometimes it’s hard to stay positive, but this is something that everyone has to go through, especially because fencing is an individual sport. You just have to keep your head up and pick yourself up. You only get better with practice.”

-Michelle Wei '20

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[There're] people who don't like the sport but do it anyway. I can't, as a captain, be their leader because they won't follow me... [But] the ones who put the work in, I'm acting as a leader for them."

-Taha Dinana '20

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varsity lacrosse Girls Varsity Coaches:

Maria Nardulli, Meghan MacWilliams. Girls Varsity Captains:

Sofia Benson, Marina Shishkina, Jessica Pordy, Audrey Corrigan. Girls Varsity Players: Lily Wike, Alexis Estime, Sophie Grand, Tara Phillips, Sabine Godwin, Jordyn White, Hanna Schiciano, Rachel Schwartz, Stephanie Sanchez, Kayla Shelley, Molly Higgins, Dakota Daniello, Maia Barantsevitch, Aoife Fortuna, Ava Lederman, Shamira Guillaume, Francesca Mann, Rachel Solomon, Kwynne Schlossman, Grace Radonis. Boys Varsity Coaches: Tim Custer, Andrew Young, Ricardo Williams, John Cegielski. Boys Varsity Captains: Joshua Gitlin, Mikkel Reid, Charles Coleman. Boys Varsity Players: Adrien Blanc, John Kenna, Tony Wei, William Comora, Tyler Paik, Baird Hruska, Owen Higgins, Joshua Im, Noah Kassell-Yung, Nathan Meyer, Trey Nettles, Samuel Peters, Robert Quigley, Sundar Thomas, Noah Whitney.

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Varsity Coach: Greg Lesser. Varsity Captains: Sam Holliday,

Jonas Kolker.

Varsity Players: Mark Attar,

Miles Baker, Nathan Borwick, Richard Boxer, Andrew Chang, George Chang, Andrew Hack, Emerson Del Monte, Max Miller, Anthony Grif, Michael Leo, Ryan Thompson, Taggart Vales. Junior Varsity Coaches:

Tom Walker, Leaf O'Neal. Junior Varsity Players:

Richik Acharya, Aidan Curnutt, Edward Diamond, Ryan Ferguson, Dell Hallock, Tyler Hamerling, Yuhang Hu, Haakon Kohler, Noah Lin, Jingyuan Liu, Nicholas Lusardi, Sander Peters, Samuel Scheinbach, David Schwartz, Avery Sheindlin, Owen Strier, Matthew Williams, Jingxuan Xu, Junbo Yang, Mingguangyi Yang.

track and field Varsity Coaches: Chris Giesting, Isaac Updike,

Juan Cobos, Susan Greally, Rob Ford. Boys Varsity: Judah Francella, Oluwademilade Oni, Arnav Garg, Dorian Gilmartin, Sabian Grier, Eshan Nakum, Tyler Hack, Daniel Medina, Oliver Benson, Grayam Church, Joseph Diaz, Jong Woo Jin, Amechi Aduba, Christopher Barnaby, Jason Campbell, William Lauinger, Adyn Lavine, Lance Leys, Aidan Lothian, Jackson Manfredi, Mowen Zhao, Maison McCallum, Jack Borwick, Lucas Seidenstein, Demetrios Moutsatsos, Ian Stein, Joshua Barshay, Luqi Zhu, Tyler Boglitz, Tanner Dandridge, Francesco Desiderio, Owen Edelson, Marco Ferrando, Gefei Guan, Muyuan Li, Cameron Lovett, Maxwell Levy, Silas Pugatch, Jack Horowitz, Charles Manzano, Stephon Marbury. Girls Varsity: Maya Asante, Alexa Boglitz, Lina Philizaire, Neoma Emery, Carolyn Hohl, Vasilisa Ioukhnovets, Molly Rusoff, Ariella Uribe, Madison Blake, Jiah Hyun, Clara Kolker, Yun Liu, Phoebe Radke, Mia Romanoff, Camille Smith, Sabrina Wolfson, Xinyi Wu, Kuorkor Ashie, Jaden Bascon, Gisele Cestaro, Eleanor Dundas, Maya Sang, Niamh Fortuna, Sylvie Gromada, Yujia Gu, Ashleigh Woodruff.

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Matt Browne, Neil Jaggernauth, Brian Cheney, Mike Archer. Varsity Captains: Ty LaColla, August Peterson, Justin Small. Varsity Players: Nicholas Albani, Christopher Gatty, Tate Bridges, Maxwell Gorin, Jagger Gossett, Max Hernandez, Jason McGuire, Aidan McLaren, Aidan Meltzer, Declan Myers-Brown, Alexander Nappo, Michael Couri, Christopher Nappo, Benjamin New, Ethan Rosenberg, Ethan Schlapp, Leo Shatzoff, Zachary Sherman, Eric Solomon,

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DUE TO COVID-19, THERE WAS NO SPRING SPORTS SEASON THIS YEAR

Varsity Coaches: Chanel Flowers,

Nicole Frascatti.

Varsity Captains: Taha Dinana,

Matthew Pordy. Varsity Players: Jonas Abady,

Zachary Battleman, Dayan Battulga, Kyle Benson, Eiler Byberi, Nicholas Chin, Kenneth Crump, Eric Dowd, Leron Dugan, Raymond Falci, David Ferrando, Reed Gilmore, Caleb Jakes, Andrew Jorge, Wonjun Lee, Luca Lorance, David Mann, David Medina, Andrew Mitchell, Christopher Rhodes, Denis Sadrijaj, Joseph Schatz, Nathan Schmitt, Haakon Sheehan, Jonah Simon.

girls Varsity softball

For more on how COVID-19 affected the school in the Spring of 2020, see page 34.

How Do the Student Athletes feel?

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It's very upsetting to see a lot of students, especially seniors, who were looking forward to the spring sports season stuck at home. For the seniors who were looking to play a sport, this would have been their last season competing in high school athletics. I'm sure I am not the only one who's currently disappointed, but obviously we all have to stay at home and focus on public health above all else right now."

Varsity Coaches: Mikelle Sacco,

-David Mann '20

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I am very sad that spring sports are not happening this year. I look forward to the lacrosse season the whole year because it's such an amazing group of people and a really fun team sport."

-Sophie Grand '21

Boys Varsity Golf Varsity Coaches: Bhavin Patel,

Greg Schlapp.

Varsity Captains: Logan Schiciano, Michael Van Demark. Varsity Players: Jonathan Oakes, Dean Bezos, Kishan Mangru, Sebastian Sawhney, Yijie Lee, Charlie Loigman, Maddox Wray.

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It's a shame because I was really looking forward to the golf season and being able to play outside. I was also looking forward to hanging out with the kids on the team. I hope that if we do go back to school this year that the season will continue. If not, then I am looking forward to next year.

-Dean Bezos '21

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It's really unfortunate for seniors such as myself who have trained all winter for this season. I was captain for baseball and had been working towards being captain 11 since my freshmen year. Ultimately the precautionary measures are for the safety of the players."

-August Peterson '20

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Briana Panaresa, Karli Fusco. Varsity Captains: Kira Ratan, Sophia Herzberg. Varsity Players: Talia Cohen, Jiah Hyun, Julia Orton, Sophia Van Beek, Alexa Wachen, Jinyu Liu, Olivia Madkins, Deyanaira Minnifield, Esme Talenfeld.


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Nouran Youssef '20

Taha Dinana '20

SQUASH

SQUASH

TRINITY COLLEGE

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

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BATES COLLEGE

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August Peterson '20

TRACK AND FIELD

BASEBALL

COLBY COLLEGE

ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY

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Noemia Massingue '20

Gwenn Sabato '20

BASKETBALL

BASKETBALL

COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND

EAST STROUDSBURG

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Karen Brown

Jeff Carnevale

Laura Danforth

Tasha Elsbach

Peggy Hickey

Erica Igielski

Andrea Minoff

Loraine Nardecchia

Lynn Salehi

Sam Savage

STUDENT SERVICES

Bonni Arbore

Sue Adams

Gretchen Campbell

Joe DiDonato

Eileen Lynch

Tara Eng

Ed Gormley

Mona Hazarika-Tamucci

Peter Newcomb

Karin O'Connor

Julee Madkins

James Minio

Judy Murphy

Sandra Sclafani

Sara Thorn

Katya Ostor

Rose Rennert

Dena Torino

Lydia Whitney

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Faculty and Staff


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SECURITY Paul Beauchamps

Frank DeLeo

Frank Dicicco

Craig Dunne

Ozue Hernandez

Diana Montes

Dan Pereira

Panton Adams

Brian Bugge

Irvin Canty

Diana Corrao

Esperanza Borrero

Lina Currie

Adam Gimple

Karin Tucker

Isaac Cass

Adriana Hauser

Jen Schutten

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COLLEGE OFFICE

Joseph Azzone

COMMUNICATIONS

FACILITIES AND MAINTENANCE

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Then & Now Chaitram Ramdayac

Rafael Reyes

Rober Ruiz

Doris Santillan-Ruiz

Christian Soto

Anayenci Villa Reyes

Edward Gormley In 2001, Mr. Edward Gormley started at Masters as a dorm parent and coach when Ms. Nancy Gormley started as a middle school science teacher. From coach to head of student activities, he has worked with children at Masters for over eighteen years. He organizes fun events for boarders and day students during the day and weekends. In the righthand photo, he helps host a cooking class for boarders in Estherwood Mansion, early fall 2019. When Mr. Gormley first arrived at Masters, the facilities were very different. There were not as many dorms, it was much smaller, and Morris Hall was not there. He fell in love at first sight when he visited Masters. “For me, Masters is home”. Mr. Gormley and Ms. Gormley talk about “how lucky we are to be here; how we hit the jackpot”. On the left, the Gormleys pose for a photo at Masters prom in 2006.

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ADVANCEMENT

ATHLETICS

Faculty and Staff Judy Donald

Sujata Jaggi

Logan Condon

Susan Greally

Meghan MacWilliams

Kayla Medina

Seth Marx

Aishling Peterson

Yolanda Nyero

Nina Pick

Mikelle Sacco

Ken Verral

Tim Custer

Sara Ann Eismont

Andrea Fischer

Emma Katznelson

Abbe Montaldo

Christy Nicandri

Laura Sexton

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Then & Now

Jennifer Carnevale After working as a producer on Broadway, Ms. Carnevale joined Masters in 2003 as a middle school music teacher. In the lefthand photo, Ms. Carnevale delivers a speech at the 2005 8th grade graduation which took place in front of Estherwood. Ms. Carnevale said that when she joined the school, it was much less formal. The middle school had less structure to it and fewer classrooms. There were not many students attending middle school, about half of how many students as there are today. Beyond its change in size, Ms. Carnevale described how “[the school] clarified their brand and their process of admission.” She now chairs the Department of Performing Arts. In the righthand photo, she warms up the school’s competitive a cappella group, Dobbs 16, before a performance on November 21st.

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BUSINESS OFFICE

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Richard Cruz

Anna Delahanty

Mike Bajraktari

Alex Harper

Connie Hewitt

Amy Lemberger

Lisa Nussbaum

Alex (AP) Orlebeke

Bhavin Patel

Neil O'Sullivan

Jacqueline Overton

Ronald Russell

Hirni Patel

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Then & Now Maryann Perrotta

John-Alec Raubeson It may come as a surprise to many that our very own middle school music teacher Mr. John-Alec Raubeson used to tour with the Pakistani rock band “Junoon.” He went on to produce and manage the group. The first photo shows Mr. Raubeson performing with Junoon at a concert in Delhi, India. In the most recent photo, he is giving feedback to the Masters middle school after school rock program, Masters of Rock, during a rehearsal in early November. He initially started at Masters as a private lessons instructor. Over the years he has become more involved in classroom curricular teaching, discovering his love for “cultivating the creative voices of young people.” When he first started in 1992, he noticed how diverse the community was, and how many students shared a passion for learning. Back then there were only 200 students by his memory, no locks on the doors, and no boys.

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SCIENCE Stephanie Andreassi

Zev Barnett

Stacey Browne

Caroline Dumaine

John Boyer

Nancy Gormley

Frank Greally

Miriam Emery

Lisa Green

Shelly Kaye

Geoffrey Nelson

Rene Hurley

Morghan Lewis

Dana McNamee

Stacy Van Beek

Paul West

Darren Wood

Elisabeth Merrill

Gabriela Munoz

Jayanti Nerurkar

William Roberts

Dan Russo

Eric Shear

Courtney White

Andrew Young

Then & Now

Bruce Robbins The old photo of Mr. Robbins is from 1999, he used to teach art on the balcony of the art studio. Mr. Robbins arrived here a couple years before the school made a major change from an all girls school to a co-ed school. He said, “I felt that I had entered a very special place where people cared.” Mr. Robbins had just come from doing many part time jobs alongside his artistic work —painting houses, working in a flower shop, and working with antiques in malls. He was looking for full time work, and as he said, “Masters provided me that opportunity.” Since Mr Robbins started here, one thing that hasn’t changed is the culture. “People truly care about the growth and well-being of the students and each other.” In the recent photo, which was taken in late October, he is helping a student with a project.

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Faculty and Staff


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VISUAL ARTS

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Pam Borowiec

Anna Cabral-Drew

Arlene Casey

Raleigh Capozzalo

Cheryl Hajjar

Rachel Langosch

Jean Colebank

Michael Comerford

Michelle Dennis

Danae Derby

Stephanie Mestyan

Bruce Robbins

Vicente Saavedra

Mathew Kammrath

Hank Kim

Sheldon Perlysky

Margot Phelan

Mark Tamucci

Brad Turow

Marianne Van Brummelen

John Chiodo

Sydney Kadiyala

ETHICAL LEADERSHIP

IEC

Neil Jaggernauth

Eileen Dieck

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Then & Now

Eileen Dieck For a time, Estherwood Mansion served as a local wedding venue. Pictured above, Dr. Eileen Dieck attends the wedding of a friend in the early 90s, well before she started working here at Masters. Dr. Dieck joined the Masters community in 2004, starting as an upper school science teacher. When she first arrived, the Fonseca Center and Morris Hall were not yet built. The Fonseca Center now houses many programs, including Dr. Deick’s own Ethical Leadership program. The program began as a collection of informal meetings with students and faculty. “We ask kids to be leaders, but we don’t really show them how,” said Dr. Deick in reference the time before the program was established. Now a popular class open to 9th through 12th grade, Dr. Deick’s Ethical Leadership course challenges students “to think about who they are and what they value and how to stay true to those values.” Pictured below Dr. Deick leads this same class in November 2019.

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Mary Chappell

Paul Friedman

Stephen Hildreth

Chris Mizell

MODERN AND CLASSICAL LANGUAGES

HUMANITIES (MS)

Faculty and Staff Rebeca Bataller

Isabelle Bedard

Cristina Da Costa

Ellen Driscoll

Ladane du Boulay

Rebeca Fuster

Jennifer Hughes

Mae Jan

Jonathan Karpinos

Keith Kitchen

Roberto Mercedes

Abdoulaye Ngom

Glenn Rodriguez

Miguel Segovia

Richard Simon

Benjamin Thorn

Richard Simon In the early 2000s, when pleated pants, neon shirts with matching ties, photochromic lenses, and hair gel were apparently all the rage, Mr. Simon (Magister, in the first photo) believed he had to be a pedagogical MC, dropping science and keeping the flow tight from the first minute of class to the last, “so I could pack maximum knowledge into student heads while entertaining them to make the packing not hurt.” This was how he had been taught, and since he had learned a lot from it, he assumed it was the best approach. By the later years of that decade, inspired by fellow teachers and much reading, he started experimenting with other models, especially those that centered students in the process and gradually gave them more control of – and responsibility for – their learning. “I explain and I model when that’s what’s needed, but I see myself more as a facilitator of learning than as a dispenser of it, so my students take much more class air time than I do. They may be less entertained by me, but I believe their learning is deeper and more durable.”

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Matt Ives The first photo was taken in 1999 in the upper school. Mr. Ives started here when the school had just become co-ed. The school had also just introduced the Harkness method. Mr. Ives loved the addition of the Harkness tables because it brought in a discussion style, which to him, feels like teaching at a “small liberal arts college.” “At Masters we want kids to take intellectual risks and try new things; these tables are a constant reminder of the kind of education we want kids to get”, said Mr. Ives. Mr. Ives used to just teach one world history class. And now he teaches four different classes including AP European History, as seen in the photo on the right. Here he leads a discussion about the end of feudalism.

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Matthew Browne

Brian Cheney

Ellen Cowhey

Robert Fish

Jason Hutt

Matthew Ives

Greg Lesser

Andrew Lopez

Colleen Roche

Eric Shapiro

Skeff Young

DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMING ARTS

Ellen Cowhey After teaching in Thailand for 10 years, Ms. Ellen Cowhey came to Masters when it was much smaller. There were fewer students, buildings, and more trees. “Now there are a lot of new faces and an ever-increasing effort toward inclusion, diversity and equity,'' said Ms. Cowhey. When she first started teaching here at Masters, she taught five sections of World religions as a year-long minor for every student and Intro to Journalism, which at the time, only had one class. Pictured above, Ms. Cowhey sings in the faculty choir at graduation in 2003. Now, she teaches three levels of journalism and world religions. “The Tower side of things has also expanded as a student-voice news source, from eight students to now fifty (including photographers, illustrators, bloggers and columnists) in a three-tiered curriculum with digital and online platforms,” said Ms. Cowhey. Pictured below, Ms. Cowhey facilitates a discussion about houses of worship in one of her sections of World Religions.

Shell Benjamin

Sean Breault

Jennifer Carnevale

Barbara Ciannella

Curt Ebersole

David Levin

Katie Meadows

Brian O'Connell

Meg O'Connor

Gilles Pugatch

John-Alec Raubeson

Jason Reiff

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Jocelyn Acevedo

Charlie Anhouse

Kuorkor Ashie

Amaris Asiedu

Nathaniel Attwell

Aimee Ayala

Claress Bahamundi

Maia Barantsevitch

Joshua Barshay

Jaden Bascon

Ava Bashew

Dayan Battulga

Rachel Bergman

Adrien Blanc

Tyler Boglitz

Jack Borwick

Nathan Borwick

Stella Brex

Luke Byrnes

Ana Castillo

Gisele Cestaro

Sarah Chernoff

Nicholas Chin

Katherine Christie

William Comora

Charlie Cooper

Haile Coore

Kenneth Crump

Tanner Dandridge

Dakota Daniello

Miranda Dennis

Francesco Desiderio

Eleanor Dundas

Owen Edelson

Ana Lucia Eisenbeis

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Henry Eisenbeis

Alexis Estime

Raymond Falci

David Ferrando

Marco Ferrando

Hannah Florian

Aoife Fortuna

Niamh Fortuna

Corinne Furniss

Christopher Gatty

Sabine Godwin

Avalon Golden

Jagger Gossett

Samuel Gotthelf

Anthony Grif

Sylvie Gromada

Yujia Gu

Tyler Hack

Quinn Halprin

Tyler Hamerling

Carlos Heredia

Baird Hruska

Madeline Israel

Monica Jarrin Arrivillaga

Noah Kassell-Yung

Haakon Kohler

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The Library, an evolving space. In 1972, a fire destroyed almost half of Masters Hall, leading to a full renovation of the library. More recently, the library has undergone even further renovation with the addition of the Library Conference Room, or LCR. Ms. Murphy, School Librarian, started working here as the new construction began in the late 2000s. Ms. Murphy explained that our 1935 library—shown on the right—was full of "solitary workers, everyone was in there own space. The library is now a far more collaborative" and at times, noisier place. Ms. Murphy loves the library the most because she loves being around the kids. "It keeps me young," she said. Gabriela Seguinot '20 and Andrew Azzariti '20—shown on the left in today's library—said they appreciate what the library has to offer: a common meeting place but still a area for quiet study.

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Talia Leach

Muyuan Li

Noah Lin

Hao Liu

Jinyu Liu

Angelica Lopez-Tucker

Luca Lorance

Cameron Lovett

Nicholas Lusardi

Olivia Madkins

Rachel Mafuru

Karina Mangru

Charles Manzano

Stephon Marbury

Lauren Marlowe

Madeline Marlowe

Lorelei McCarthy

David Medina

Aidan Meltzer

Giselle Meskin

Eshan Nakum

Alexander Nappo

Christopher Nappo

Trey Nettles

Benjamin New

Jonathan Oakes

Eleanor Ogilvie

Oluwademilade Oni

Tyler Paik

Maya Phillips

Tara Phillips

Silas Pugatch

Ana Carolina Queiroz

Maya Sang

Hannah Schapiro

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Samuel Scheinbach

Hanna Schiciano

David Schwartz

Sophia Semczuk

Leo Shatzoff

Zachary Sherman

Jonah Simon

Stella Simonds

Ian Stein

Esme Talenfeld

Henry Timmer

Emily Van Demark

Grace Vogel

Amelia von Jan

Jordyn White

Ashleigh Woodruff

Jingxuan Xu

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Camera Shy Richik Acharya Gefei Guan Deyanaira Minnifield Zahali Vauclena Tony Wei

Junbo Yang

Morgan Young

Mengyuan Zhang

Timeless Table Tennis Ping-pong has stayed popular in the Masters School throughout the years. Above, a group of girls volley back and forth in 1935. Eighty-four years later, Aidan McLaren '22 and Stefan Darmanovic '22 follow in their footsteps, rallying in the Fonseca Center in November 2019. Masters began admitting boys in 1996.

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Amechi Aduba

Finn Alexander

Mac Alexander

Andrew Azzariti

Christopher Barnaby

Daniela Batista

Marc Baubkus

Charlotte Beck

Kyle Benson

Mali Black

Madison Blake

Sydney Brice

Tate Bridges

Santiago Brousset

Jason Campbell

Andrew Chang

George Chang

Talia Cohen

Michael Couri

Edward Diamond

Briana Diaz

Nathaniel Dyott

Nikita-Lev Emery

Annabel Fabian

Danielle Gantcher

Maxwell Gorin

Alana Gould

Dell Hallock

Arielle Halpern

Mack Hernandez

Molly Higgins

Owen Higgins

Jiah Hyun

Patrick Curnin-Shane Stefan Darmanovic

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Ryan Israel

Caleb Jakes

Maia Keller

John Kenna

Clara Kolker

Marie Kyo

William Lauinger

Morghan Lavery

Adyn Lavine

Ava Lederman

Anji Lee

Wonjun Lee

Isaac Leff

Lance Leys

Wennan Li

Jingyuan Liu

Yun Liu

Aidan Lothian

Jackson Manfredi

Ella Mathas

Maison McCallum

Aidan McLaren

Rowan McWhinnie

Daniel Medina

Dahlia Melnick

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The Haunted Mansion. What went on inside the walls of an 1896 Estherwood (above)? Some prefer the mysteries to stay unsolved, relishing in the ghost story of a haunting in Estherwood Mansion. They say the basement is haunted by the spirit of Ester McComb, wife to the builder and former owner. Even now in 2019 (below) the majestic home—now part faculty housing, part venue for school events—gives many young students a shiver down their spines.

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Nathan Meyer

Andrew Mitchell

Demetrios Moutsatsos Declan Myers-Brown

Yingzhi Ning

Julia Orton

Elisa Ozsan-Gregori

Lila Patterson

Samuel Peters

Sander Peters

Oliver Peterson

Maria Portillo

Robert Quigley

Phoebe Radke

Grace Radonis

Jadah Ramdyal

Kira Ratan

Mia Romanoff

Ethan Rosenberg

Jessica Rothenberg

Denis Sadrijaj

Stephanie Sanchez

Sofia Sangha

Olive Saraf

Ethan Schlapp

Kwynne Schlossman

Lily Schwarcz

Lucas Seidenstein

Avery Sheindlin

Kayla Shelley

Haoqing Shi

Christopher Shim

Isabella Shinkar

Alexandra Sinel

Camille Smith

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Katherine Stein

Owen Strier

Ellanna Swope

Eva Tabunova

Sameer Tambe

Sundar Thomas

Massimo Tozzi

George Vales

Sophia Van Beek

Alexa Wachen

Rowan Walter

Dosi Weed

Noah Whitney

Isaiah Williams

Katherine Williams

Matthew Williams

Sabrina Wolfson

Xinyi Wu

Mingguangyi Yang

Mowen Zhao

Luqi Zhu

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Camera Shy Aidan Curnutt Marbod Faure Andrew Han Zachary Katz Clyde Lederman

Graduating into a new decade. The class of 1969 (left) celebrate their graduation. Fifty years later the traditions around graduation have remained. "Everybody still carries their red roses and graduates in the same spot," said Ms. Ryan, Associate Director of Institutional Advancement. For decades Masters seniors have celebrated their commencement on Graduation Terrace in front of Masters Hall. Rachel Aideyan (right) stands ready to process down the very same steps in June 2019.

Stella Zinaman

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Nicholas Albani

Mark Attar

Miles Baker

Kyla Barantsevitch

Zachary Battleman

Boris Beev

Cameron Belgrave

Oliver Benson

Nile Bernal

Hilary Block

Richard Boxer

Alexis Brown

Skyla Case

Gabrielle Chernomorsky

Grayam Church

Madeline Ciampa

Alexandra Cienava

Cynthia Cohen

Aiden Coleman

Charles Coleman

Tim Cools

Kai Cowin

Emerson Del Monte

Joseph Diaz

Katharine Duval

Lili Elkind

Neoma Emery

Elizabeth Epes

Yi Lin Fan

Nolwenn Favre

Ryan Ferguson

Mitchell Fink

Dominic Florian

Reed Gilmore

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Andrew Hack

Carolyn Hohl

Dillon Graham

Sophie Grand

Carly Grizzaffi

August Grossman

Shamira Guillaume

Jazmine Hudson

Vasilisa Ioukhnovets

Charles Isely-Rice

Sumin Ji

Elizabeth Joffe

Brian Johnke

Andrew Jorge

Katherine Kasoff

Anna Kief

Nayoung Ko

Melissa Koffler

Allison Koziarz

Duncan Kramer

Caio Lanes

Vianny Lara

Benjamin Lavine

Brian Wanhee Lee

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Traditions, a century later. From the class of 1920 (above) to that of 2019 (below), student demographics have changed, but many traditions have stayed the same. Ms. Mary Ryan, Associate Director of Institutional Advancement and Masters alumna said, "I feel like we have always had a tradition of really strong service and community service." To her this relates back to our mission statement: "to be a power for good in the world.'"

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Michael Leo

Julia Levin

Lantao Li

Yijin Li

Anthi Likitsakos

Emma Listokin

Jiaxi Liu

Kuzanga Mainsah

Kishan Mangru

Francesca Mann

Edward Masters

Timothy Mathas

Henry Mattison

Jason McGuire

Ru Meng

Max Miller

Eric Modesitt

Patrick Morris

Matthew Nappo

Sophie Neale

Elizabeth Nelson

Samantha New

Sasha Novellino

Yevheniia Nykonorova

Juliette O'Hara

Elizabeth Oakes

Yasmine Pascal

Iris Pelli-Walbert

Mattia Piaggi

Guangli Ping

Hannah Reynolds

Mariano Russo

Dani Saril

Joseph Schatz

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Rachel Schwartz

Chloe Scotson

Kristie Sears

Elizabeth Sharon

Katherine Sibery

Julian Sierra

Sachi Singh

Jake Sloane

Justin Small

Tucker Smith

Eric Solomon

Rachel Solomon

Noon Son

Zachary Spivack

Mattilynn Stone

Jiayun Tang

Brooke Tatarian

Gisele Thompson

Ryan Thompson

Ariella Uribe

Sophia Viscarello

Zhiyan Wang

Lily Wike

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Brandon Zazza

Drew Zukerman

Leading Masters Eliza Bailey Masters founded "Misses Masters' Boarding School for Young Ladies and Children" in 1877. Here she stands on the left next to her sister in front of a 1918 Estherwood. "Any leader needs to be open to others and understand what's happening with students, faculty and parents in order to do their job well," said Mr. Peter Newcomb, current Head of the Upper School. He stands on the right next to current Head of School Ms. Laura Danforth in front of Park Cottage in 2017. "I love the support students show each other and how faculty support the students."

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Our Time in Review If you could be a faculty member for a day who would it be?

What is one thing you wish you did at masters? Play soccer - AMSTUD - Branch out earlier - Speak at morning meeting - Fail a class just for the fun of it Participate in more school events - Be on the fencing team Tower - Ceramics - Performed in a Phoenix Presents - Did all that I could - TedX - Fencing - Know more people in my grade - Taken drama classes - Take ceramics - Try out for D16 - Actually actively participate in a club - Talk to people I've always wanted to get to know better - Take Ms. Dumaine's AP Lang class - Filmed, directed, or acted in a Halloween video - Join a performing group - Attend a sports game - Do a Musical Monday - Gold Key - Actually listen at morning meeting - Art classes - Ceramics - Boys Volleyball - Something in theater.

King Skeffington - Definitely Ms. Roche - Mr. Greally because I loved taking Chemistry with him - Ms. Derby because she's iconic - Mr. Turow so that I could absolutely shred - Mr. Pugatch so that I could be tall for a day Ms. Hajjar because she works super hard - Mr. Ebersole because he always seems to be having a good day - Mr. Gormley because his job seems the most fun - Andres because he has so many fans - Ms. parker because I'd give everyone a detention - Ms. Roche because she commands respect from all the students - Mr. Comerford Mr. Turow becasue I want to know how it would feel to be that cool.

What Advice would you give your freshmen self?

What grade is your favorite?

It's okay to change - High school will go by quickly so hang out with friends and join a sports team and go to semi and just have fun - You think you overwhelmed now? HAHA Just wait kiddo - If you feel stressed now, just save it for junior year - Stop. Dressing Like That. - Stop worrying about other people so much. You'll only hurt yourself by doing that - Stop thinking about the future and just live in the moment - Learn to fake Harkness discussions well Do Not Worry - Get better grades, it gets so much worse Advocate for yourself - relax - Join Tower - Join more clubs - Amazing things will happen to you so keep swimming Don't take a class because you think you should - The only thing holding you back from success is yourself. You can do anything - Don't cut off your hair when you're depressed - Do your work - Talk less, listen more.

What is one thing you are going to miss? The dining hall - Shrimp Pad Thai - my friends - all the underclassmen friends I have made - The dining hall Dining Hall rice - Swimming - Being able to fake my way through a Harkness discussion - Dining hall breakfast - A close community - The food - My dorm parents - The fall play - The bean bags in the McKnight Room - The good water bottle refillers - The art studio - The community Dobbs 16 - The way we do Halloween - The loving faculty and staff - Dorm mates - The Cole Dorm store - Rachel in the cafe, she is the sweetest person - Sleeping in the library My friends - Late nights on campus - Always gathering in the McKnight Room - Late nights in the dining hall or seeing a show.

New Schedule vs Old Schedule

How Many times have you faked your way through a Harkness discussion?

What is one of your favorite memories from the past four years? Dancing on a table and gorging myself with Redbull during a math modeling competition - The Lax Rain Game - Going to the ropes course - Freshmen year friend group Sophomore year carnival - Spring Awakening - Spring Shorts 2019 - Friends related shenanigans - Springs on the Quad - Weekend trips as a boarder - The Ski Trip - Founders Day - Magical spring days on the quad in the sunshine Sleeping in on snow days - Quad in the spring - Screaming along to the Beatles in the car with my friends - Masters traditions - Spring Awakening.

What is one word to describe your grade?

Are underclassmen allowed in the McKnight room?

Weird - Quirky - Random - Meh - Crazy Weird - Unusual - Loud - Boomers - Loud - Boring - Boomers - Uncoordianted Chaotic - Divided - Interesting - Raw Tired - Defeaning - Assorted - Goofy Wild - Weird - Non senior seniors - Lazy - Chaoitc but in the best way - Loud Unenthusiastic - Pretentious - Hyped Loud - Chaotic - Loud

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1. Eli Rubinson, Jordan Troy, Calliana Leff. Sophia Forstmann, Isabel Semel. 3. Ella Weinstein, Hannah Kreutzer, Sophia Herzberg. 4. Audrey Corrigan, Jordan Troy, Isabel Semel. 5. Junrong Li, Sophia Forstmann, Jordan Troy, Joshua Gitlin. 6. Tim Borowiec, Owen Pietsch, Rosemary Termini. 7. Audrey Corrigan, Isabel Semel, India Isaacson. 8. Ella Weinstein, India Isaacson, Isabel Semel, Madison Burton, Audrey Corrigan, Natalie Lockhart. 9. India Isaacson, Nicole Newman, Audrey Corrigan, Calliana Leff. 10. Madison Burton.

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David Mann, Matteo Pagano, Eli Rubinson, Annie Rubinson, Dara Anhouse, Jordan Troy (Not Pictured: Tyler Lacolla, Sophia Forstmann)

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One of my favorite memories from middle school was in fifth grade when we made our own box cameras. A piece of advice I would tell myself back then is to cherish it because there was no homework or anything.

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The Torch

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Ella '20, Corinne '23, and Jameson '25 Furniss

"Being in high school with Maia was nice. I enjoyed watching her make memories while I was making my own. My main piece of advice to her would be to savor every moment, because it'll be over before she notices."

Alexa '20 and Tyler '23 Boglitz

Eliza '21 and Jonas '20 Abady

Sofia '20 and Samuel '25 Benson

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"I was really happy to see that I won the superlative, but really didn't (and still don't) think I deserved it over some other people - the most notable being Alex Feiner. He's doing things in math I can't even begin to comprehend."

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Class Thespians

Class Clowns Judah Francella and Lina Philizaire

Class Musicians

Class Athletes (M)

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Mike Van Demark and Dorian Gilmartin

Class Artists

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"I was a little surprised initially when I won because I feel that there's a huge number of really talented artists in my grade all equally deserving of the award. But I am still extremely appreciative and excited to have won."

-Anna Bluhdorn '20

"I was excited to win class athlete because I worked so hard throughout my four years and achieved a lot and represented Masters worldwide. But it was even more of an excitement because I won this with my best friend. It's really rare to find someone you trust and love so much."

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Last will and testaments I couldn't live without... Sir Mcknight, Pomegranates, My duck toy, My crocs

I couldn't live without... My furry blanket "Families is where our nation finds hope, where wings take dream." - George W. Bush "Scarlet Johanson I will drink ur bath water." - Kevin Durant

"Hi kiiiidss!!" on a serious note: "Something weird might just be something familiar viewed from a different angle." -Marceline’s mom

Jonas Abady

Maya Asante

I leave Parque Grande and Cláudia to Mac Alexander and Ian Stein. You will know. I begrudgingly leave the McChicken room to Reed Gilmore. I leave the Abady legacy to Eliza. You have a long road and a lot of work ahead of you.

I couldn't live without... My boots

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"If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there." - the Cheshire Cat

To MGVS, my 2019-2020 soccer career; Ariella, Kishan, Ava, Luna, Haile, Shamira, Jenny, I leave Ultimate H&S in MA Hall. To Maddy, DAIS,“period”& smothering kisses; to my little sister Shamira, dorm cooking, bed chats and arguments; to Matti, a stepping stool; to my daughters Jasmine, Luna,& Haile, endless hugs and kisses; to Luna again, I leave independence and strength; to Vianny, the title of baddest girl in the school; to Yevheniia, I leave the International Boston trip and your freshman year bangs; to Reed, com-PIE-lations and NATTYS; to Dylan, dap ups & bro hugs; to Taha, the red skittle you consumed, it fell on the floor but I gave it to you; to Jason, braces colors; to Sabine, Ava, Steph, Brianna & anyone who’s eaten with me at breakfast I leave peanut butter oatmeal; to Nile, many whines; to Xavier, photo class and XAVIER; to the Varsity Boys Squash team, I leave my amazing three-year manager skills; to Graham, the will to study; to my wing babies, I leave room 24; to Hannah, zucchini bread; to Brooke, Tartar sauce; to Macaroni, $100 black diamond earring; to Ana, big forehead gang; to Mason, a pillow; to Isaiah, the green skittle that dropped on the floor, i gave it to you; to Caleb, a bigger sausage for yo bun; to Marc, candles,& Michael, middle fingers and my gold hoops, to both I leave six flags fright fest and haunted mazes; to KK, the afrobeats MUSE legacy & jollof. Finally to all my wonderful friends current and the ones I meet after this will is due and anyone I ever interacted with I leave hugs and smiles.


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I couldn't live without... A baseball cap which used to belong to my grandpa "The circumstances of one’s birth are irrelevant; it is what we do with the gift of life that determines who you are." - Pokemon

Sander Peters, I leave eye rolls, all of my gossiping skills, and a wink and a kiss behind the glue factory. To Anastasiia Gorobets, I leave medical conditions, the Ambum Stone, and my senioritis. To Robert Quigley, I leave my number (914-770-6224). To Eliza Abady, I leave you one half of my heart. Send my love to your parents. To Sabine Godwin, I leave you the other half of my heart, color coordinating outfits and my “bad sense of humor”. Finally, I leave GSA to all the gay kids who don’t show up to meetings.

I couldn't live without... Ford Dorm room #24

I leave swim team to Carly, Liz, Ollie, Tag and Kai. Please take good care of it, and go break some more records. I leave MUN to Battleman and the goons joining him on leadership. Go and win the club some gavels. I leave Latinos Unidos to all of the Hispanic and Latino members of Masters. Never forget to be proud of your heritage - ¡Viva La Raza! I leave my bedroom and all of the contents within it to my brother Andrew. Please don't break anything. I leave my leftovers in the fridge to Andrew as well. Any leftover candy and snacks belong to Mom, though. I leave my willpower to survive Junior Year to the Class of 2022. May you all use it for the noble purpose of getting good grades. I leave my love of emo music to Alana and Andrew. May Death Never Stop You. I leave my Spotify playlists to anyone who wants them. Seriously, just ask me if you’re interested. I leave my love of science to Mr. Greally. Question everything. I leave the McKnight Room to the Class of 2021. May it grant you all luck to get into your first-choice colleges. I leave the DSL to the freshmen next year (assuming the sophomores give it up...) I leave my seat in Executive Committee to next year's senior class co-chairs. Use the (imaginary) power it wields wisely… I leave Brian Margolis to the Lafayette gang. Have fun next year. I leave Max Goldrich to Kai. Go and prosper in the free market together. I leave my Dobbs 16 mic to Haakon K. You're gonna do great next year. So long and goodnight - Lawrence

"I want to go home."

Alexandria Batson To Kate I leave you chill practices on court number three.#shoes! To Vianny I leave you apes test correction sessions and the will to survive another year. To Maddy I leave you fun times in Ethical Leadership. To Nile I leave you my unruliness. To Hank I leave you “Hank eat dirt 5”. To masters, I’m leaving. Finally.

I couldn't live without... Dixon, Monty, and Wilson "There's nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be."

I couldn't live without... My gay "Sorry I can't, I have music school."

Zachary Barnet To Noah Whitney, I leave all of the pencil sharpeners in Masters Hall. To Olive Saraf, my math buddy, I leave my minimal knowledge about the subject. Use it sparingly. To Katie Williams, my daughter, I leave my hair-ography and my Book Culture tote bag because I think I will need a new one for college. To Reed Gilmore, I leave every piece of clothing I own in Earth tones and a single kiss. To Patrick Curnin-Shane, I leave the position of "Top Gay at Masters", on the condition of a new wardrobe. To Jazmine Hudson, I leave the PEARLS legacy. To Kyla Barantsevitch, I leave all Rick Riordan novels, but especially the Percy Jackson ones. To

Julia Bavaro Thank you to the friends I have made. I leave my gratefulness. To the girls soccer team, thank you for being an incredible part of my high school memories. I leave you my jersey. To the cocaptains, thank you for being amazing leaders and teammates. I hope you have an exciting last soccer season! To Molly, I’m grateful to have grown up next to you! I leave you Monopoly. To my teachers, advisor, and to anyone else who has ever helped me, I leave you my thankfulness for all of you patience and guidance.

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I couldn't live without... I'm gonna say leggings but we all know its tik tok

I couldn't live without... Ms. Hajjar ":-)"

"What's the tea?"

Anna Bluhdorn

First, to the juniors on the tennis team, I leave you all of the excuses to get out of away matches at LuHi and Coach Matt even though he moved away without telling any of you. Eliza and Hannah, you guys get my elite tennis skills because you clearly need them. George, I leave you the fashion rules of Labor Day. Anastasiia I leave you your Georgetown sweatshirt (sorry it’s ours now), and a bedroom in my house whenever you want it. I leave Kira, my daughter KeKe, my endless love and captain spot in two years. I leave my child Ava laughing like a chipmunk and anything else you want. I love you loads. Kwynne, you get talking even after lacrosse season ended, and your camp obsession (bc I relate). Franny, I leave you actually playing lacrosse and a spot in my dorm room for when you visit me. And I leave all three of you and Steph public school incase something spicy happens again. I leave the lacrosse team, my heart, suicides, and the twin babies. Sander I leave you the phone case wallet that you accidentally didn’t buy. Ryan I leave you Dorian’s entire wardrobe. Kyle I leave you the last name, treat it well. Reed, you get game pigeon competitions and the ability to pick out a tie with the perfect shade of blue. I'm still proud. Dani, I leave you New Rochelle, Judaism, and your beautiful nose. And last but definitely not least, Sam, I leave you everything else. I love you bro.

I couldn't live without... flat iron

To Kyla I leave my pizzelle cookie recipe, to Aiden I leave a free painting lesson, to Kristy I leave the very little math ability I have, and to Anna I leave my desk in the art room!

I couldn't live without... all my beautiful socks!!! "No, I will not play Despacito." :(

Alexa Boglitz To Aiden, I leave the talent of actually working out in weight room, something you need, and my crappy piano skills, which you really don’t need. To Rachel, I leave all of my STEM knowledge, which isn’t much, but you still get it. To Tyler, I leave the stress of being the last child in the household. Enjoy high school!

I couldn't live without... DVD of "Diary of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules"

"That's all." - Miranda Priestly (TDWP)

"Slow and steady wins the race."-Jeb Bush

Riley Block I leave Sofia Sangha all the Serafina pasta she can eat on Thursday nights and hundreds of more AMAZING memories in the dorm. To Sander Peters, Robert Quigley, and Zach Katz I leave you all the food Dr. Dieck makes for Leadership, Theory, and Practice. To Nick Albani, I leave you all of Mr. Kim’s calc notes. To Nate Dyott, Lily Schwarcz, Noah Whitney, and Danny Medina I leave you my inability to speak Spanish or understand what is actually going on in class. To Dahlia Melnick, I leave you trips to Montalcino and the sidelines of lacrosse games. I leave the lacrosse team my SAT tutor bill from last year, and finally, I leave all the MCC girls my inability to actually stay in the dorm.

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Timothy Borowiec I leave 49 Clinton in the capable hands of Matt, Julia, and Sophie. The band will likely be majority new members next year. Keep them in line. To the non-senior Salty Dogs, of whom there are too many to name, I leave Salty Dogs and fond memories of the Moral Compass, Alkaline Capone, and of course Sheriff Constance E. Twang. I leave Cinema Society to... oh, god. To Brian Johnke I leave Parasite, Barry, and my frustration that you can't do Spring Shorts this year. It's out of love. To Zach Battleman I leave my Beatles playlist -- take it or leave it.

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To Teddy Masters I leave focus, and to Ryan Thompson I leave the mysterious, inescapable force that disrupts it. To Tiago I leave clout goggles and poisoned drinks. To Iris I leave my Republican-looking phone case. To Lila I leave the knowledge that we are technically produced playwrights (technically). To John and Emerson I leave jealousy at that Halloween video. To Russell I leave my official nomination for Senior Pianist, and the heavy burdens that come with such a title. To everyone who remembers it, I leave my infamous exit in ""Juliet and This Guy Romeo."" May its legend live on. Finally, to Masters I leave my gratitude -- unending, if not absolute. The rest of my possessions will be left to whichever of you can solve my murder. I have given you all the clues.

Mattia a roommate. I leave Anastasia the freshmen boys. I leave Cameron proctorship. Thank you Oliver. I leave Ryan good hair and a nice board. I leave Thompson to Kyle and Allen. I leave Allen spacecraft. I leave Tyler Jaden. I leave Jaden Tyler. I leave Marbod Rango. I leave Aeden a doorknob. I leave Chris good eyesight. I'm sorry Carlos. I leave Jesus to Isaiah. I leave Hank the common room. I leave the volleyball team to Reed and Henry. I left Thompson.

I couldn't live without... Isiah's bed and capless muji pens "Does your oat milk have gluten in it?"

I couldn't live without... Leron Dugan "de fümo ad flammam [latin for from smoke to flame]"

Juliette Chollet

I wanna start off with giving Sabine all of my pent-up aggression towards masters, all the strength it takes to carry it and the ability to draw noses. I want to leave Graham with the ability to yell his own name at himself since I won’t be here to do that for him. I leave Dillon with 20 minute bathroom breaks. I leave Caleb with my chipotle chips, no need to steal them and run this time. I leave Ariella and Maddy with all of the A’s I have received in latin. I leave Maddy and Lily with the number one peer children award. I leave Mali, Jazmine, Sabine, Maddy, and all of the other mixed children with Mixed Club, hopefully you guys can do a much better job than Zia and I ever could. As for the art room I leave it’s none of y’all, none of y’all are deserving of it. I leave my Latin III class with the ability to not put up with crap and the memory of Ms. Driscoll. I leave my son Miles with Oxbow and my beloved California mindset. I leave shamira with my positive energy and a hug. Lastly I leave all of the brown girls the strength to power through this white institution.

I couldn't live without... Bags of almonds "Get your money up, not your funny up."

I couldn't live without... Thompson Dorm "Anybody can manage triumph. Only the mighty can bear defeat."

Tyler Conway Bottom Text

Eiler Byberi I leave the Thompson boys the gift of having singles. I leave Roger a girlfriend and my beanbag. I leave Wonjun my muscle mass. I leave Patrick dry hands. I leave Brian happyness. I leave

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To Jonah I leave a man purse for everyday of the week and my siCk skater bro legacy. Keep beating the case. You my baby bro foreverrrrr and I’m lucky to have ya. To Reed Gilmore I leave the whale in the Museum of Natural History, Chernobyl memes and the ball pit at Sports Time USA. Don’t get lost in there. To Ian Stein I leave my exotic best friend India. You can have her now that I’m gone. Freshmen, Kids See Ghosts merch hasn’t been cool since 2018. To the sophomore girls, I leave Marbod. To Maia Keller I leave bedsheets. Look after Gabe for me. To Oliver Benson I leave a $1000. To Sasha I leave a nail clipper. To anyone disappointed with the Masters Party Scene, I leave the Garg House. The snacks are fire. I leave STAM club to anyone who can continue the extensive workload and responsibility that comes with it. This is serious. I leave Mr. Wood an apology for spending half of sophomore english class flirting with Aleksei. I leave everyone an apology for the numerous places I have split soy milk coffee in Masters Hall.


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I couldn't live without... The Phoenix Room Library "My brain is a steel trap for friendship nuggets" - Leslie Knope

give you your clubs back. My OG peerbabies (Kishan, Ariella, Jason, Dillon, Liz, and Shing), I keep you in my heart and can’t wait for you to take over the senior territory. My other peerbabies, I leave you slightly less than the OGs, but your time will come. F’19 I leave you our home: the dorms, the late night bathroom parties, the Dobbs Ferry train station, and faculty children. I leave Do the Right Thing in the common room to Ryan. I leave Masters a piece of me, and many versions of myself behind. Thank you for nurturing them.

I couldn't live without... My Black Lab Delilah

To Olive, I leave the musical. You are so good, so talented, so hard working, and so kind. Keep doing what you’re doing. Teddy, I leave you Phoenix. You got this. To Patrick I leave cab-troupe performances that make people go wild, keep killing it. Elizabeth N. - You’re are cool, smart, beautiful, and kind. That’s it <3 To Elizabeth J. I leave 1. A love for creation. Keep working hard and you will grow to do amazing things. Bring your joy to all you do (that one’s important) and kill the game. 2. George. He needs to be fed twice a week. To Sander, I leave my faith that you will keep being your amazing self. Keep bringing your talent to Masters theatre year after year. Bring your heart, bring your humor, you truly are a great person. Don’t ever loose that. To Cathy, Caleb, Esme, Ava, and Talia. I leave you the memory of the review. First of all, never stop doing theatre. It’d just be selfish to deprive the world of the abilities you all have and beauty you hold. Treasure the memory of the Revue. Remember no one has ever done that show before and no one will ever do anything even close again. That is yours. To Richie, Dom, and Oliver I leave my respect, thanks being genuinely great dudes (sounds simple but I really mean that). Nappo, I leave you Latin Class and Great Gig. Finally, I leave the Phoenix Library to Phoenix. It’s a rich magical treasure chest. Don’t let the treasures die down there in the basement, use them, cherish them.

"My life is based on pain, passion, and purpose." -Elijah Cummings

Eric Dowd I will start off by leaving the Boys Varsity Soccer team to Churchy, Dom Barca, Russo, Benson and Maserati. Denis Sadrijaj will be the manager. Please train this offseason. I leave the Tower Lab to the Prodigy Mitch Fink. To Ben New, I leave you the Ryeboi legacy. Don't disrespect it. I leave the tennis team to Max Miller, and I leave playing basketball in Strayer to Churchy and Zanga. I leave the language of Spanish to Andres Hack. Adios señor. To Kat, I leave winter tires, helpful tips and cooking classes. I leave Lili smoothie king trips and my APES bible. To Cooper Kramer, I leave endless sailing possibilities with me and Mr. Kramer. I leave DAA to Max Miller, Eliza Abady, and Maybe Franny if she can keep her memes mild. To Demi, I leave my soccer cleats and my underwear. The Rest goes to Bean Godwin.

I couldn't live without... my LOAFers

I couldn't I couldn'tlive livewithout... without... Dixon, BlakeMonty, Lively and and Ryan Wilson Reynolds' home phone number “There's nowhere you can be that "Life isn't is awhere combination you're of meant magic toand be”pasta." -Italian Proverb

"Darn! That’s the end." -Interjections, School House Rock

Audrey Corrigan To Franny, the law firm, Cynthia, Lily and any other underclassmen who are willing (I’m looking at you Kwynne), I leave you the lacrosse team, may you keep it alive. I leave Steph the darkroom, if she ever chooses to use it. I leave Kayla talks in Estherwood. I leave Nolwenn and Julia, fierceness, great music, and killer workouts. I leave Brian my metro card, stop waiting for your dad. I leave Maison español y universo steven. I leave Aidan from. I leave Cam and Sophie renegade (sorry Sachi) and the pitch-hitting hand. Sophia, keep an eye on Barrios for me. Sachi, I

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SarahBavaro Faber Julia To Mitch et Mariano I leave every kind of party (toga, labor, club) as well as Aiden Coleman’s wellbeing. I have loved getting to know you this year and will miss y’all dearly!! Rachel, in addition to the responsibility of keeping Chris under control, I leave you moist reclaim, non-library fiction, and SO many hugs. My dearest Kira and Annie, I leave you guys Thursday night gossip, executive committee, and ofc all my love/admiration/ jealousy that you guys are only sophomores but still so much smarter and cooler than I could ever be. Carolyn, I leave u

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incoherent tab videos and the strength to face grandpa Jim. To Tiago I leave the demon head from bandersnatch and endless salutes. Love u kiddo, you’re the superior Brousset. I leave Anastasiia target pizza, the pursuit of bowling, and Borat w/ Charlie’s grandpa. Kate, I leave you judges lounge coffee, animal cells, the whole NCAA and my whole heart. Logan, you get leading a peer group without me (sad). Also, maybe some humility. Little homies of calc, you get math w/o my comments (sad pt 2). Little homies of debate + the advivesory + Panache, I leave you all my love. Everything else goes to Zack Spivack— not that you need anything else, you absolute beast.

decorating our corner of the Tower Lab to make the other sections jealous. Logana, ni shì wo zuì hao péng you! Dragon Club, wo gei ni zhong wén wu. Gold Key (which you will need next time there’s a “mén suo zhuo” incident). Know that for the rest of your life, every time you sneeze, I will sense it and say a silent “biao” kè qì.

I couldn't live without... My 'Too Faced' mascara and my NK lip gloss "Hannah Montana said nobody’s perfect but here I am."

I couldn't live without... Landau and Lifshitz The Classical Theory of Fields "We mathematicians are all a bit crazy." -Lev Landau

Alexander Feiner My manifolds are smooth and my operators are Hermitian, yet I still have all these problems.

"Hey gang!"

To Mack, I leave all of the Weeknd albums. To Caleb, I leave golden hour and B Love’s sauce. To Sabine, I leave everything Izzy has ever touched. To Isaiah, I leave AJ’s legacy. To Maison, I leave many more laughs at Briana. To Briana, I leave many more laughs at Maddy and Jason and I leave you Smoothie King. To Haile, I leave my beloved NK lipglosses. To Ana, I leave the girls basketball team and many more girl talks. To Maddy, I leave rooms 208 & 209, Rye Country Day School, ONYX, and our “tea” sessions. I love you more than you’ll ever know baby sissy. To Stephon, I leave all of my relationship guidance. To Jason, I leave the art of talking to females. To Dillon, I leave the boys varsity basketball team. To Cameron, I leave the track team because I know you’ll make an amazing captain one day. To Camille, I leave our Peekskill train rides; may you never take that ride alone without texting me that you’re okay. To Luna, I leave my freshman babies. Please take care of them. To Masters, I leave my gratitude because I’ve given all that I can to this school during my time here.

I couldn't live without... My flower sneakers

Nora Fellas Russell, thank you for always taking my calls and playing piano for me over Facetime while I complain about homework. As you become a senior, you too will need a junior to whom you can vent your stress, so I leave you Patrick. Patrick, I leave you Russell, your snark is at its peak when it’s aimed at him. Cynthia, Patrick, and Sachi, I leave you GALs. Blessed be the fruit! Katie and Lila, you have been the best MUNchkins I could ask for. To you, I leave the front row of the lecture hall and my best diplomacy advice: you don’t need good ideas if you have a loud voice. Lila, I also leave you Phoenix. You have been my theatre buddy through countless auditions and shows; break a leg next year! Sabine, you are the only remaining member of the Croton Connection. I leave you Joanna and hope you manage to get to school on time. Kira, I leave you the all of the college admissions information in my brain, accumulated through interviewing counselors, watching over 500 hours of YouTube videos, and reading every Prepscholar article. Sophie and Tim, I leave you two the opinion pages of Tower. I had a blast being your Tower Mom this year, eating Sophie’s Bango Bowls, freaking out about layout, and

"Never lose the child-like wonder. It's just too important. It's what drives us." - Randy Pausch

Sophia Forstmann Masters, thank you for all that you have done for me. It has been a crazy six years. To Nayoung Ko: I leave a stress-free senior year full of fun and memories that will last you a lifetime, coffee dates, and Mr. Kim. To Ryan Thompson: I leave an endless supply of brussel sprouts and music-filled car rides. To Logan Schiciano: I leave both MISH and EFFECT to you, please take good care of them. To Kate Kasoff, Patrick CurninShane, Jake Sloane, Anastasiia Gorobets, and Tyler Hack: I leave EFFECT and its future to you, I know you’re all going to Continued

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do great and amazing things with it. To Mariano Russo, Carly Grizzaffi, Rachel Solomon, and Logan: I leave you Bonni and the future of MISH. Lastly, to Brody Leo: I leave you some bread, a clementine, a big hug, and all the sunshine and happiness in the world. If that isn’t enough, I also leave you my endless supply of love. You’re going to kill it senior year and remember that I’m just one phone call away. To all the rising seniors: I leave you the realization that Masters is a truly special place. I hope you cherish and appreciate it.

I couldn't live without... My cat noise skills and my swords. "I belong in the kitchen. Really. I embody the soul of a butcher knife."

I couldn't live without... Colorado "Sharing is caring." - Carl Marx

Rong Matilda Fu I leave the Art Room to Skyla, the beanbags to Zach Battleman, the library chess set to Caio, the pain of taking French to Cam, Ryan, Liz and Kai, and I leave my love and respect to Anastasiia Gorobets and Daniel Jin. Thank you guys, my time at Masters wouldn't be the same without you!

I couldn't live without... My converse "Sorry, I have swim practice."

To Anthi, Vas, Brianna, Neo, Lexi and Sabrina I leave the field hockey team and the girls varsity field hockey instagram account. Use it wisely, don’t bully soccer. To Reed I leave the most legendary handshake, and books I’m too plebeian to ever read. To Sophie Neale, I leave endless giggles and good lighting. I leave big tuna to Kat Duval and poetry to Mac and Finn. I leave Jacob Sheetz Willard to Ben Levine. To Maia Keller I leave an infinite supply of candles and access to all your crushes. I leave Dohters to Anthi and Sophie, keep them bees in the trap. I leave Ocean Breeze to the indoor track team, thanks for the one season, I plan to never run again. To Aiden Coleman I leave Jazz. And to Sabine, I leave you your own sister, your own house, Rainy, dreideling, Mixed club and all of my love.

I couldn't live without... Da Track "That's tuff but I don't remember askin."

Ella Furniss I leave the swim team in the trusty hands of Carly and Vasilisa. Carly, I also leave you the 200 IM and insane kick sets. To Tag, I leave lane 1. Kai et Liz, je vous laisse français, bonne chance. I leave AP Physics to any brave souls who think they have what it takes. Elizabeth and Dani, I entrust you with carrying on the mezzos’ legacy. To the craziest look-alike/mini-me/sister I could ever ask for, I leave peppermint frappuccinos, many open cabinets, and my reputation to live up to :). To the little bro, I leave Hamilton jam sessions and jackbox. Both of you, enjoy your time here because, trust me, it’ll be over before you know it. Masters, you taught me courage, perseverance, confidence, and so much more. Thanks for an amazing four years! <3

I couldn't live without... The Club Registration Forms

Judah Francella

"Three Caucasian Males."

To my young bull Cameron, I leave the track team and its records. I've taken enough of them as it is. I look forward to seeing you break them. To Tanner I leave my personality, it's pretty scary to see another version of my self walking around in from of me. I just hope you aren't too much like me. To Logan, I leave my Hoka gear and my cross country absences. Tp Grayam I leave my ups, cause everyone knows you need them. It's been a long seven years at Masters. I can't say I'm not going to miss it, but I definitely wouldn't do it again.

Arnav Garg Julia Bavaro I leave the Indian Culture Club (DESI), where I never went to a single meeting for three years and then randomly became

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president, to Kishan, Sachi, and Eshan, who will carry on the great Indian legacy. I leave Health Studies Club to whomever remembers dissecting fetal pigs sometime between 2017 and 2019. I leave AFYA Club to Taliya Duboulay and Carys Douglas because they were the only underclassmen I remember being at our last meeting in 2018. I leave STAM Club (Students Taking Action in Medicine) leadership to the activities section of anyone's Common App; it's where it belongs. I leave "balling up" to all the random kids who spend lunch on the courts and are willing to get really sweaty before class just to play pickup for 20 minutes. I leave bagged milk and cereal, as well as 1,500 Sports Time tickets, to Reed Gilmore. I leave "not being the one" for any event longer then the 300 meter dash to Maison and Big Cesco. I leave Ocean Breeze hot dogs and lack of bev to Cameron. I leave Owen Youngren infinite Rainbow 6 rage and the video of Jack losing his mind. I leave the Garg house to anyone who is disappointed with the Masters party scene. Finally, I leave everything else to the teachers of the Masters School. When it's all said and done, you all helped in turning a bunch of weird kids into pretty exceptional individuals.

I couldn't live without... My dog, Ollie.

I couldn't live without... Lake Tahoe "No."

Joshua Gitlin To the lax boys, I leave all my amazing talent to those who will hopefully play in the next few years. To Jack Kenna and Charlie Coleman, hopefully the future lax captains, I leave you the lacrosse team, and hope to see the overalls game day attire continue. To Nick Albani, I leave the stupid math questions during our free just to spend time with a smart junior. To Custer and Young, thanks for playing me in lacrosse even though we all know there were times I shouldn't have. To Mr. Shear and Mr. Kim, thank you for getting me into college and to the place I want to be (far from New York).

"You win some, you lose some, as long as the outcome is income."

I couldn't live without... anything hello kitty

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Zoe Goldberg I didn't really have friends like that.

I couldn't live without... Both of my computers. "Buy a Tesla, check out my stocks, but don't invest in Tesla!"

Maxwell Goldrich I leave The Free-Thinkers Club to Henry Schatz. I leave my Math and Model UN skills to Luke Zhu. I leave my business analytical skills and all inner motivations to Kai Cowin. I leave my swimming skills to Andrew Yan (and the team). I leave CARS Club to the ones most interested in adding additional EV chargers. I leave my sax skills to the future Jazz Band saxophonist.

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I couldn't live without... LogicPrep Education

I couldn't live without... my sunflower seeds

"If there are no trees in the room, then how are we breathing?"

"Wanna hear something funny? Wait, I forgot."

Maelani Groff

Nil Gungor

To Kira Ratan and Eliza Abady I leave you two my endless love and Girls Varsity Tennis. To Hannah Schiciano I leave you a US open spot. Don’t forget about me when you go pro! To George Chang I leave the trend of white jeans after Labor Day. To Reed Gilmore I leave A+ math grades and long car rides to Briarcliff. To Sander Peters I leave my bracelet making skills. To Nico Masseroli I leave Carys Douglas. To Gisele Cestaro I leave Westchester Dance Academy memories and Leadership&Theory.

I couldn't live without... My Criterion Channel account

To Boris, I leave fun times in Bulgaria. Come visit Turkey! To Clyde, I leave scheming and bargaining. Do not get yeeted! To Ayla, I leave Wilbur and Latin. To Shamira, I leave my SAT books and energy. To Carolyn and Alexis, I leave the affinity group. To Nayoung, I leave Pushi Pushi snacks. To Maria, I leave ramen. To Briana, I leave stomping and “wassup!” To Molly, I leave Cresskill and firemen. To Cameron, I leave dining hall Iced Tea. To Kai, I leave logic and milk bags. To Izzy, I leave benchwarming. We gotta stay warm too! To Cowhey, I leave new Cole girls and umlauts. To Ms. Derby, I leave a future generally of very well-behaved students, and of course, ayran. To Ms. Hughes, I leave abrazos y besos. To all of my teachers, I leave gratitude. Thank you, Masters! We out!

"The reward for work well done is the opportunity to do more." –Jonas Salk

I couldn't live without... My Palmer's Cocoa Butter

Joshua Grossman To each and every teacher in both the Middle School and Upper School, thank you for choosing a career that inspires and informs. You’re wildly underpaid, but I promise you’re having a massive positive impact on the life of every student. Even if I haven’t had the pleasure of being your student, I admire and respect all of you.Advice to every student: Never leave homework for mornings. Always be honest. Always hand in your work on time. Some people downplay how hard they work; don’t let your ego stop you from working hard. Nobody is too cool for a good night of sleep. I leave the incredibly active Foreign Films Club to Mac Alexander. I leave Spanish I to any freshmen who bombed French. I leave one bacon egg and cheese on a bagel and one herd of buffalo to Guangli Ping. I leave debating the wrong side at Lakeland to Kyla. I leave Hastings to Mitchell Fink. I leave the McKnight Room to Reed Gilmore. I leave Rust to Brian Lee. I leave 0.000184 Bitcoin to Matt Nappo. I leave Riverside Drive to Iris Pelli-Walbert. I leave Mattia candy from Pietro Romanengo. I leave Ethan Schlapp my golf clubs. I leave my ability to legit check sneakers to Henry Schatz. I leave Anastasiia better Letterboxd ratings. I leave Aiden Coleman jazz. I leave Gus Grossman infinite combos. I leave dirt to Hank. I leave Ghibli to Sophie Neale. I leave Parasite to everyone. I leave 987654321/123456789 to Eric Modesitt. I leave my Union 1's to Hanson. I leave curly hair to Noah Whitney.

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Chelsea Hall I leave Positive Rhythm to Aidan and Dillon, you guys are the best <3.I leave the tenor section to Alana Gould. I trust you will hold it down. I leave my good decision making and Dobbs 16 to Cameron Belgrave. Thank you for being the most amazing person in the world and I love you with all my heart. I leave Sachi, Kishan and Shamira the beautiful memories of SDLC 2019. Walk with a purpose and change the world. I leave Sophie Neale the knowledge that you are more than enough and that you can do anything. I leave every black student the power to be your whole, true selves; don’t let private school take that away from you. I leave KK and Ava study halls with NO TIK TOKS. I leave Touring Talent to Joe DiDonato. To the copresidents, continue to shout “YEAH TOURING TALENT!” when I leave. I leave Julia Levin and Molly Higgins the eternal EMS spirit #GoEagles! I leave all the boarders the two long tables in the dining hall during dinner--don’t let the day students take them over. I leave Sydney Brice, Maria Portillo, and Mali Black evenings in the common room watching SVU and laughing about nothing. You three are beautiful, smart, amazing, and talented. I leave Nayoung and Kristie Cole Dorm--take care of my home when I’m gone. I leave the McKnight room to the

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class of 2021. Don’t leave it a mess. I leave Ms.Brown my gratitude. I leave Masters all of my love and all of my breakdowns.

to Brandon Zazza, I leave Spikeball and weird pictures on instagram to Nick Albani, and finally I leave chemistry and the innovation and entrepreneurship center to Carly Grizzaffi. I couldn't live without... Leo's Sneakers, Hoodies, @thompsons_ on Tik Tok

I couldn't live without... My dog

"What's your favorite animal starting with the letter B? No one: Absolutely no one: Brian and Patrick simultaneously: BaNAnA!"

"What’s past is prologue."

Leo Hsu

Jie He I leave my Econ club to Amy. Peace out.

I couldn't live without... Silly Bands "Age is something that doesn't matter unless you are a cheese." - Luis Bunuel

First off I would like to address the whole train crew situation that concerns the following people: Anthi, Briana, Cesco (AKA the vegetarian), Oluwademilade, Brody, (Drew?? WYA??) and others who ride the train that are more than welcome to join. The inconsistencies in our togetherness is concerning. With that said, Anthi, I give you full reign of the train crew; I have complete and utter faith that you will be the saving grace to this poor excuse for a train crew. I just realized I have nothing else to give lol ¯\_()_/¯ That's all. Beep Boop Beep Beep Boop.

I couldn't live without... Bath time. Also Aquaphor " I don't know how many years on this earth I've got left. But I'm gonna get real weird with it." -Frank Reynolds

I couldn't live without... Cashmere sweaters "The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see." - Winston Churchill

India Isaacson Jack Horowitz I leave lane 1 of the pool to Jason McGuire, I leave the 500 to Nathaniel Attwell, I leave taking forever to put your goggles on and taking long showers to Taggart Vales, I leave the Italian Navy

To my first born son, Reed Gilmore, I leave many things. First, a handshake. Second, the crevice and any coffee stains on the carpet in that general area. I also leave you hot water, toothpaste, a plunger, and a parking accident. You owe me so much gas money its crazy, get a driver’s license. Continued

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I would like to leave the legendary RV daddio (Roger) a herd of buffalo, a singular horse, better in-class attention span and EILER’s brown bean bag that JUST HAPPENS to be in my room. As the reigning Gatorade Pool Champion of the “Mr. Fernandez Cup,” I relinquish my championship belt to one half of the Thompson Proctor Team: Allen. Despite my retirement, I’m forever claiming the rights to ‘Gatorade Joystick Ball Technique’ shown in the finals. I want to leave my (almost) two-month secretarial legacy to Luca as Executive Committee is objectively in better hands now and will continue to be so. I’m presenting Ariella and Kishan the freedom from carrying my three-year Latin career on their backs in addition to my ability of dazing off for the next year of Latin. I’m leaving Yevheniia her lost “impeccable immune system.” I’m leaving Anastasiia a sense of humor and laugh tracks (for the awkward silence that usually follows after your joke attempts). I would like to leave the squash team to Johnnie, Ian, Reed, Mitch, and George. I would be leaving the Taiwanese representation to Andrew, George, and Mattia. I’m leaving Thompson to Tyler, Hanson, Wonjun, Victor, the only Chris, Kyle, and Carlos. I’m leaving all the good evenings to Isaiah. I also officially announce to vacate all creative control of the @thompsons_ tik tok account to Patrick and Brian. I’m leaving my two minecraft chickens to Patrick, the hypixel skyblock, Abiko curry, sad boi lofi moments, and $70 haircuts to Brian.


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To Mac Alexander, I leave you my house and all of the things in it. Take care of my parents pls, they’re gonna miss me. To Ian Stein, I leave you nothing but a ;) I leave the underclassmen who hangout in the McKnight Room better indoor voices. its a library, chill. I leave Ryan Thompson Olivia Sharenow, and if that doesn’t work out, feel free to give me a call in a couple of years. To Maia Keller, I leave Celine and Fabien. To Dillon Graham, I leave the glass shards from Strayer window incident To Sabine, I leave the McKnight room. I leave any Rivertown gal in need of a job the hostess stand at Hudson farmer and the fish. Lastly, I leave a twenty dollar reward and a ride in one of Arnav’s many luxury cars to the person who finds my thermos.

I couldn't live without... My homegrown, non-GMO, artisanal memes "I believe that fish and human being can coexist peacefully." -George W. Bush

Gabriel Keller I couldn't live without... Hint Water "I talk a lot, so I've learned to just tune myself out." -Kelly Kapoor

Jessica Jacobs To Aidan I leave my computer games and weight room absences. To Jake I leave a collection of plastic babies and my few, distracting math class contributions. To Logan I leave our fights and the New York Yankees. I leave everything else to Lexi Wachen.

To Alana, I leave the D16 tenors. May you lead them well. To Sophie Neale, I leave the dented mic in Room 7 and harmonies that we won't figure out until show night. I leave Salty Dogs' ashes to be scattered into the vast Atlantic, or to be given to those who have proven themselves worthy of captaining such a vessel. I leave Randy Dandy O to Zach Battleman, along with petty arguments over chemistry. I leave my memeing ability to nobody, it shall die with me. To Mitch, I leave the sports section of Tower, even though you're already my superior. To Reed, I leave facts about crocodiles, Leonardo The Vinci, and the bee knee. To Ryan Thompson, I leave countless Xbox party invites, overreaction to jokes, and the "Uh Oh Stinky" video. And finally, to Maia, I leave the Keller name. Be sure to prepare yourself, the weight it carries is far too massive for any other to hoist.

I couldn't live without... My worn in Doc Martens aka "my clodhoppers"

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"I really don’t want to do this right now!"

"I feel bad."

Olivia Knowles Mackenzie Jarecki To Mali I leave all my love, late night dorm talks and study sessions, and endless hugs. To Nayoung I leave confused facetime calls, secretly redoing parts of labs after making mistakes, and lots of hallway hugs. To Ava I leave endless smiles and laughs and dry Turkey paninis. To my soccer girls I leave my utmost love and support, a spot on the bench for my future managers, and the courage to keep fighting even when you are stuck in a rut. To my math buddies Olive, Noah, and Yasmine I leave goofy math classes and many questions that take us off topic. To Ayla I leave closing the door to your room and the best of luck at school.To Vasilisa I leave confused looks in AP bio, time checks, and the phone chair. To Ms. Hurley I leave the visits I always said I’d make but failed to every time. To V I leave my lovely daily trainer visits throughout my freshman year that I know were the highlight to all of your days. To Masters thanks for saving my spot when I took a year off to go live with the horses (as Josh Grossman likes to say).

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To Rowan I leave prank calls, the parental control pin, Knowles/McWhinnie dinners, all the cute boys, and the role as Mochi’s godmother. To Maia I leave tiktok, and the responsibility of keeping Dohters rehearsals off track. Furbee, I pass to you Chloe and I’s tea time tradition and my number because you only text me through my DMs. To Russell, “Koke moja,” a cardboard cutout of Nora. I leave the position of social event coordinator of the field hockey team to Anthi. Nico, I leave you the boy advice I never used, and the girl advice you never used; I require a monthly visit for our lunchtime chat. Reed aka Francis aka 1/3 of the concert gang, you get “willay willay” and the entire obscure philosophy section in Barnes and Nobles. Stella, fill the void of scary high schooler next year on the bus; Thanks for the smiles in the morning and chats over John’s loud music. Matti, take care of Ms.Hurley, I also leave you a helmet to protect you against concussions. Marbod, king of crows, thanks for the college help, I’m still banking on our future financial endeavors. To Ms.Hurley, I leave you my loud

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greetings, and love; I don’t know what I'd do without you. I thank everyone who played a part in my 7 years at Masters, it’s certainly been a crazy fun rollercoaster. Cheers!

I couldn't live without... Cheese "God sat me down he talked to me I listened, I was in that cell he told me that i'm gifted "

I couldn't live without... The pens and pencils I've lost along the way. *Insert poorly timed, inappropriate joke here*

Jacob Kriss I leave my cheese to The Masters School.

Jonas Kolker

I couldn't live without... My absolute Chedda

To Zach Battleman, I leave all of my awful google searches and MUN. To Anastasiia, I leave college jeopardy. To Matt Nappo, I leave my disdain for computer science. To Kyla, I leave the Harvard debate team. To Carly I leave triangle bot. To Eric Modesitt, I leave my admiration towards your love for killer bean. To Ryan Ferguson, I leave funnel hat. To Max Miller, I leave the boys tennis team. To Clara, I leave the omnipresent sense of dread that pervades life. To all the people I forgot to mention here, I leave the phrase “oof.”

"If you don't eat the meat you don't have any pudding. How can you have pudding if you never eat the meat."

Ty LaColla "All high school taught me was that the only way I'll be outstanding is if I stand outside."

I leave the baseball team to J Small, Nick, Jason, and E-Sol. I leave the boats to Jonah. I leave the best wishes for everyone in the Masters community. I leave my condolences to the future of the baseball team.

I couldn't live without... The clothing of a moody 17th century Frenchman. "Joe Mama? Idk who the *heck* that is but whatever." - Matilda fu

Hannah Kreutzer I leave the volleyball team and Flowers' mood swings to Dahlia, Nolwenn, Kayla, Olive, Sarah, Ashleigh, and Maddie. I leave math help to Ashleigh, as well as my bad texting. To Aiden, Jake, and Tucker, I leave AT Latin; I would be lying if I said it gets easier the second year. Sorry we took a dead language. I leave unnecessary meter stick banging and all of my failed labs to Mr. Greally; maybe they'll work when I'm gone. And to Mr. Greally's classroom floor I leave shattered test tubes that fell from the sky.

Sophie Lai I, Sophie Lai, am too brain dead to really think about this but whatever here goes: I leave Gus Grossman the fencing team and Daniel's legacy (not in film tho). I leave Tavin Staber my bus seat, you deserve it son. To Ryan Thompson I leave my undying love and affection, a formal apology for accidentally almost blinding you (sorry), and the future of Salty Dogs. To Carolyn Hohl I leave my whole heart, my short hair energy, and getting mistaken for a boy. Keep letting Maritza do you right. To Massimo I leave yelling in a Scottish accent from across the room and so so many counterattacks. I leave Caio Lanes the mismatched chess board and the Thompson legacy (bc that's totally mine to leave) pls don't get suspended. Continued

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I leave Patrick Curnin-Shane all of my hats, all of soul, and that amazing perfume that smells SO GOOD. To Patrick Morris I leave Hank, I hope your happy marriage lasts forever. I leave Brian Lee a very unbuttoned shirt and a voucher for one (1) dance. I leave Kai Cowin the magical ability to speak coherent french. I leave the Bandaid Gang my unicorn, crazy catlady, and baberham lincoln bandaids. To Sunni I leave adorable smiles and an amazing future as a fencer. I leave bus dancing to applebottom jeans to Sophie Neale, we have truly been blessed. To my TLC greenwich bus, if ye had a chance te change yer fate, Wööödyä? Lastly, to Santiago Brousset I leave That One Bus Ride (you know the one), short jokes (hah, stump) and my left hand (in marriage). Luv u, bye!

an incredibly tight pair of pants. To Reed Gilmore, I leave a plastic bag filled with milk & cereal.

I couldn't live without... The Money Max Mobile "Hey Guys"

I couldn't live without... the hundreds of chapsticks I have in my backpack "should I skip weight room?"

To Anastasiia I leave literally everything, but specifically all of the parties, sexy stickers, being the same age as me/the rest of the seniors, the mcknight room, and ALL of my love- even though you already have all of these things. I leave Lili the entire town of Pelham and long bus rides. I leave Eliza dining hall apples, but only the light red ones or green ones- thank you for feeding me during practice. I leave all of the tennis girls away games that you hopefully can get out of, excuses for skipping practice, and most importantly, Coach Matt ;) I leave Book Club to Kate Sibery, thank you for actually reading at least one book! To Mr. Barnett I formally return the sad sloth and also leave Book Club (although you never read any of the books). I leave Josie confidence and endless love, you’re amazing, always remember that. Isaac, I leave you Josie and the car- take care of both equally. Finally I leave my gratitude to the entire Masters community, I will always be thankful for everything this school has given me.

I couldn't live without... Garrett Wenberg's phone number "MMMMmmm!" -Chamberlain, The Dark Crystal

Sam Levin To Julia Levin, I leave the family name. To Matt Nappo, I leave the bass line from September by Earth, Wind, and Fire. To Cynthia Cohen, I leave Many Things. To Finn Alexander, I leave

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First and foremost, I leave Aidan Lothian the cross country team, and new shins. I leave Logan the legacy of Ford and Steph, as well as all of my hokas and skyline shirts. I leave Mac a Garmin Watch, so you can get to practice on time, and lead the boys in workouts. Spicy Joe Diaz gets a thermometer, so you can dress weather appropriate. Jack, I leave you with my work ethic. Use it well, you can do amazing things buddy. Franny, I leave you all of my ski equipment, and the Masters ski team. To Cameron, I leave you my endurance. To Stellar, I leave you DAA, and Meghan MacWilliams. I know they’re in good hands with you. To Denis, I give you your second n. You’ve grown so much since I’ve met you and can’t wait to see what you’ll do. And to everyone, I leave you my college dorm room. Money out.

I couldn't live without... Ice Caramel macchiato with triple espresso shots "Sui qian wàn rén, wú wang yi"

Junrong Li I leave all the help and kindness I received here to the amazing teachers that I had at Masters--I wouldn't be who I am today without all your support! I leave all my best wishes to Ms.Hauser--thanks for being like a second mom to me and I can't wait to update you on my experience at college in the coming years. I leave all of our 'fights' about Tower and PTV to Logan--it was such a pleasure to have you with me in math for three years. I leave all the weight-room that I missed to Aiden-keep being you and continue your pursuit in music. I leave all my struggles in Calc Bc to Jake; thanks for always raising our class average by doing the extra credit--you are a literal genius in math. I leave all the time and effort we spent working on Panther TV to our amazing leadership team-- Eliza, Carly, and Kate. I leave our shabushabu trip to Nayoung---I will visit you in Korea! I leave the International Club to Stellar--you will be

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amazing and don't stress yourself too hard. I leave all the Karaoke nights and hotpot trips to Amy, Alex, and Elaine--let's keep partying in New York next year. I leave the countless mutual friends we have to Sarah Wu--it's sooo crazy how we also went to the same primary school in China. I leave Manhattan View to Marianna. I leave the cool photoshoots to Caleb. I leave our fun breakout session and my terrible rapping skills to Carr--so glad that I got to know you better through MLK this year. Thank you Masters for 5 years full of laughter and joy!

THICCNESS. I leave Sunny fencing legs and luck for competitions. I leave Nolwenn my admiration. I leave the new co-chairs productive EC meetings and more morning meeting time. To science teachers, I leave a special place in my heart. Thank you for showing me the world as I’ve never seen it before. I leave gratitude to the student body. Please remember the immense privilege we have at this incredible institution.

I couldn't live without... My Dobbs Ferry address "Your future depends on your dreams, so go to sleep." -Mesut Barazany

I couldn't live without... ji si er "selfloveplease."

Natalie Lockhart Zifei Liu I leave Wo layle to Alex. I leave Shui bì shan qing to Amy. I leave Wo chi níngméng to Victor. I leave Kode 'manager' to Stellar. I leave my Hei lìshi to Marie. I leave my useless books to Ford. I leave the frozen banana in the snow. I leave my love and endless gratefulness to Ms. Cowhey. And to Masters, I leave my memory and purest old self.

I leave the volleyball team to Dahlia, Nolwenn, Sarah, Ashleigh, and Maddie. Whatever happens, wear the right colored shirt. To Dahlia, I leave switching jerseys. To Cameron, I leave the entirety of France, all the flan you can eat, and google translate. To Robert, I leave the Camry, bad parking, and being late. I leave PAWS to literally anyone. Lastly, to everyone else, I leave my confusion of what class I have next.

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"Yo, can you listen to this track I just finished?"

"The good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it." -Neil deGrasse Tyson

Charlie Loigman

Audrey Lockett I leave Ariella the comfort of my bed, therapy, sophomore boyz, girls’ sabre, and senecs etilE. I leave Jenny pig noises, perfectlycut bangs, detention and late nights. Thank you both for the memories, laughter, love, and truces. I wouldn’t trade them for the world. I leave Taliya unadulterated happiness and underthinking. I leave Anastasiia inspiring ambition, time wellspent, an open invite to my home, and my broken Russian. . I leave Fard Darm clean dishes and food. I leave Anji, Marie, Lily, and Niemh a wing of angels like yourselves. I leave Sophia Ben's inspiring words, highlighter shoes and girls’ sabre. I have complete faith in you. I leave Chris, Massimo, Ryan, Aiden, and Kishan the fate of boys’ sabre and YESSIRs. I leave Ryan 50+ pushups and planks. I leave Vasilisa the Law of Attraction and our instant connection. I leave Shamira time to hangout. I leave Nayoung selfishness in a good way. I leave Rachel broken French and hugs. I leave Luca, KK, and Kristie the Wight Foundation and our unique perspective. Luca also gets EC. I leave Haile and Luna

To Nappo, I leave freedom. I will no longer be dictating your life. You’re welcome. To Anastasiia, I leave Nappo. Dictate his life. To Tim, Rowan and Franny, I leave my French in Action Textbook. Bet that'll keep you three entertained for a while. To DUNCAN, I leave the ‘Qua. To Ferguson, I leave my lefty golf set. And Lastly…. To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Playboi Carti. His lyrics are extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the punch lines will go over a typical viewer's head. There's also Carti's nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into his characterization- his personal philosophy draws heavily from Narodnaya Volya literature, for instance. The fans understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of these songs, to realize that they're not just litthey say something deep about LIFE. As a consequence people who dislike Playboi Carti truly ARE idiots- of course they wouldn't appreciate, for instance, the message in Carti's existential catchphrase ""--_.++"" which itself is a cryptic reference to Continued

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Turgenev's Russian epic Fathers and Sons. I'm smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as Carti's genius wit unfolds itself on their television screens. What fools.. how I pity them. And yes, by the way, i DO have a Die Lit tattoo. And no, you cannot see it. Nothin personnel kid ++--_.

I couldn't live without... chocolate mint Ice cream "The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off."

I couldn't live without... Cheetah print Air Force 1s "Life is like a sandwich; whichever way you flip it, the bread always comes first. So don't count the days–make the days count."

David Mann

I couldn't live without... Instagram

I, Noemia Massingue, leave to the most Iconic girl out there, Vianny, all the late-night laughs, diversity ambassadors which you practically don’t belong to because you are never there, todos los ombres que te llevaran al altar, and most of all, our birthday; I could have never chosen anyone else to share a birthday with. To Ana Castillo, I leave you Sunday service and all the trash talk in the world, and hopefully, by the end of this year, you’ll know where you belong. To Luna, I leave you Study Hall, please honey GO TO YOUR ROOM. I also leave you the latenight movies which you constantly try to make me watch, but you have not succeeded. To Haile I leave all the morning hugs, I learned from you that a person should receive 5 hugs per day to be happy, that’s why you are constantly smiling. To Brooke and Allie, I leave you captainship. To Dakota, I leave you my height. To Maddy Blake, I leave you Coach Nick and your managerial contract. To Nile, I leave you Math class and keep REPRESENTING. To Alexis, I leave proctorship. Ariella and Jenny, I leave you proctor meetings and dorm parent meetings. UGH. I also leave you the freshmen. To KK I leave you Jollof rice. To Ms. Derby, I leave you freshman me, who was more polite and less sassy. To Sabine, I leave you loyalty. Same to Ava. To Hank, I leave you “Hank eat dirt 4.” And to Mr. Verral, Ms. Mike, Mr. Simon, and Ms. Brown, I leave a big THANK YOU. To Masters, muito obrigada por me ter por 4 anos. Chegou a hora de dizer ADEUS.

"Pun intended."

I couldn't live without... My Zillow account. "You give and you give. When can you take?"

Brian Margolis Muriel McWhinnie To Rowan, I leave the library alcove where I spent the entirety of junior year. Try to spend some time studying there. To fuel you through the miserable remainder of high school, I’ll also leave you my daily breakfast of chocolate croissants. To Sophie, Sunny, Carolyn, and Marianna, I leave you the foil fencing team. You’re all so talented and kind, and I know you’ll do great next year. To my field hockey “ladies” (as Skye would say), I leave you an unlimited supply of GoGo squeeZ applesauce. Noah, try to say hello to Rowan every time you see her at

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To Daniel, Nate, Kyle, Demi, Emerson, Russo, Grayam, Dom, Reed, Nico, and Zanga I leave the Soccer team that was never truly mine to begin with. I have much higher expectations for you goons next season. Don't let this upcoming season repeat the last. To Marbury, OT Reggie, Zanga, Timmy, Barnaby, Richie, Charlie, Stefan, Gatty, Dillon, and Justin I leave the Basketball team that was also never really mine. I expect all of you to be dunking on the regular next year. Don't let me down lol. Everything else at this school I leave to my son Daniel Medina. To all of the teachers and students who have contributed to my high school experience, I cannot thank you enough. Much love for all of you :) Davey out.

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school. Know that I appreciated every awkward encounter with you in the hallway. To Russell, I leave you a packet of tissues. May you use them to dry your tears throughout first semester senior year. To Zach, Eric, Carr, Daniel, Jason, and Fake Alex, I leave you math modeling and Zoombinis. To Stellar, I leave you my seat in the front of math class. I’ll miss being in math with you again next year! Andres, Mr. Turow, Mr. Comerford, and Mr. Greally, thank you for challenging me in math and science. I know you’ve prepared me well for my (hopefully) future in STEM. Mrs. Hurley, thank you for being the best advisor! Finally, to anyone reading this, stop saying “everything happens for a reason.” It’s about the most irritating thing you can say to anyone. So stop. Please. Sometimes things just don’t work out, and it’s not always for the best.

I couldn't live without... The triangle stick and poke Haley & India gave me

popcorn chicken, golden krust patties, unchanging time zones, tattoos, quantum theory, general relativity, unordered cheesecakes, the music store with the cool guitar, law school, an apartment in nyc, the right to be 18 (i am still older than you, bruv) Sophie (my snow white): being the best photographer, flirty texts, emo - talks, the wow, bangs, IN MY BAG. Marbod (darling): Barcelona bag, french woman 100's, homemade Turkish rice, ability to find a major, passive - aggressive arctic monkey songs, musicals, boxing club Kate: unhelpful tower interviews and an audition for MUSE Jake (the commander of babies): ladybugs and drinking homemade "chemical" lemonade Logan: beef with Aiden Aiden: beef with Logan Anastasia: my closet and cough drops Matti: brown hair and bleach to clean the showers Ariella: Mr. Greally's seltzer and x bands spent in Morris Hall. Hannah: Bare - Burger and my position as TA of AmStud. Briana: the crucial teachings of Ms. Madrid, our failed finsta account, lessons about tiktok dances Jason: the honor of being an excellent chem student, BIG BRAINS, bighead! Maddie and Ashleigh: future of Masters volleyball, and the next MVP titles Kyle: Reed ;) Pati: my whole heart, there is no one more important than you

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I couldn't live without... The APC "Fool me once, shame on you. But teach a man to fool me, and I'll be fooled for the rest of my life."

I leave Kate, Carolyn, and Kat outspoken, keep writing, reading, and sharing. You are all inspiring and talented young women. I leave Neoma the AP art studio and Mrs. Hajjar please take care of her! I leave Anthi, Vasilisa, Aimee, and Brianna whatever remains of the field hockey team (sorry I know it’s not much). I leave Anastasiia a year without APAH, the ambum stone, and a stress-free senior year. I leave Sophie and Shamira the ceramic section of the art room keep throwing and thriving. I leave Mrs. Hajjar all my gratitude and the knowledge that she has changed not only my life but my sisters too. I will never be able to thank you enough for believing in me and inspiring me to push boundaries, explore life, and discover meaning in what may seem meaningless. Lastly, I leave Reed concentration, patience, and good luck you’ll need it all for your last year here!

I couldn't live without... the evil eye "I love you all, but I gotta go."

Matteo Pagano To Teddy, I leave the legacy of Phoenix -- I trust that you can keep the club alive. To Ryan Thompson, I leave “not being a theater kid”. To Zach, I leave our secret relationship (and also Cinema Society, whether you like it or not). To Jenny, I leave the impossible task of trying to make the camera lighting not look ridiculous. To Cynthia, I leave a cloak of invisibility. Use it wisely. To Kai, I leave all of the hugs that I have rejected over the past year. To Tiago Brousset and Brian Johnke, I leave a pair of clout goggles and some suggestive drum beats. To Ryan Israel, Mr. Blore himself, I leave your ridiculous British accent. It was never mine but it’s honestly the best thing I could think of for you. To Jonah Simon, I leave old conversations on two hour bus rides with Alan. And to Ally, I leave a high school experience full of growth and joy. Find what makes you happiest and pursue it as much as you can.

Zeynep Ozturk Reed: the last page of giovanni's room, hatred for the ultimate anti - hero, Mr. Draper, Alice’s tea cup, Whole Foods Pizza and Kites, being the better looking twin, country music on vinyl, Ataturk, the couch in strayer, cucumber water :) Nile (chargie):

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I couldn't live without... f-yall-ra-ven-kan-ken "driving may not be a game but I still win."

Fernanda Perez To Anna, I leave you my whole heart and the special wooden stool in the art room. To Sasha, I leave all the hugs and tea in the world. To Stella, I leave bus drama, and the bus, I don't want it. To Cynthia, I leave random sounds that lead to bursts of laughter. To Lily, I leave Latinos Unidos meetings and king princess. And the rest of my things fit in my bag so that's it.

each other. To Sabine, I leave shirts that I stole from your sister...jk. You're my favorite Godwin btw. To Nile, I leave Cantu. I’m sure that wherever life takes you will be great. To Shamira, I leave a plate of fried rice and random rants. Keep pushing through your senior year. To Yasmine, I leave a soca playlist. You're funny and charming and your smile makes me smile. To Caleb, I leave Bloves Sauce and twists. Keep making jokes and being yourself, you're something special and I hope you go far. To Stephon, I leave the biggest hug. Pleaseeeee don’t lose who you are, there needs to be more young men like you so shine your light wherever you go. To my dearest Maddy, I leave eco gel and my flatiron. Work hard, remember that you can do anything! Last but not least, I leave Dillon a piece of my heart. You are one of the kindest people I know and your def a friend I wanna keep forever. ~follow me on insta @_itslinaaaa~To Masters, I leave my legacy (whatever it may be). I’ve left a mark here that I’m proud of and am so happy that this is where I was able to spend my high school years. Love you all!

I couldn't live without... The old sketchbooks I absolutely refuse to reopen

I couldn't live without... My ability to hit absolute tanks

"Ye mustn't be afraid to ask for help. Pride is a good thing, my girl, but it will kill you in time." - Terry Pratchett, The Shepherd's Crown

"Almost Matty. Almost went deep in his last AB."

August Peterson I leave the worlds roast beef supply to our lord and savior, ESOL. I leave the baseball team to Jsmall, Nick, Jason, ESOL. I leave the number 8 spot on squash to Nate. I leave bumping AJ Tracey on the daily to Marbod. I leave the Peterson family name to Ollie, hold it down brotha. I leave Owen the flows that are for steez. I leave the best of luck to next years seniors!

I couldn't live without... My Edges... "Ooh [I] look good, Brown Beauty from Da Hood." -Supa TYB

To Zach Battleman, I leave my manga collection in the hope that you’ll have people to share it with, my dank meme archive, and some nose plugs so you can go to Smash tournaments without dying. It’s been real, gamer. To Phoebe and Avery, I leave the torch of Anime Club and the guts to actually go up and announce our events. Avery, thanks for convincing us to show Maquia so the club could fawn over how handsome Lang was, and Phoebe, thanks for being the responsible one. To Liz Epes, I leave the single brain cell of Tower Singers and the culmination of everything I’ve learned in eight years of singing at Masters. Use it well. To my wife Lila, our daughter Marie, and our son Iris, I leave a pair of goose pillows, two silver candlesticks, and some of the best hugs I’ve ever gotten. Y’all were the best family Jason could ever have picked out of a hat, and I had so much fun singing from the vom with you. To Gaby and Alexis, I leave my old drawings of my OCs, to show there’s always someone worse at it than you… I mean, inspire you to create. To Alana, I leave the least uncool flannel shirts in my wardrobe, and my memories of all the times I wished I was still short. You’re going places, kid. To Skyla, I leave the ability to get things done in Salty Dogs and the warning that I will know if you or anyone plays Megalovania on the piano in Room 2. And to Masters, especially my wonderful English and history teachers, I leave eight years of my life that I wouldn’t have had any other way.

Lina Philizaire To everyone that’s had the pleasure of coming in contact with me, you're welcome lol. To MCC, I leave the world’s smallest camera in the dorm refrigerator. To Luna, Ana, Haile, Vianny, KK, and Ava I leave you laughter. Keep smiling, stay close and support

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I couldn't live without... A bottle of aspirin "Something might happen here, and if it does... so what?" -Nathan Fielder

fun with whatever next season shall bring you. To Caleb and Drip, I leave the volleyball goon squad. Please continue the legacy that is the Masters Boys Volleyball Team. I know you guys will. To Wonjun, I leave your freedom. Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. RIP to all of my fallen comrades, you all will go on to do great things.

I couldn't live without... My Dad’s Harley-Davidson Sweatshirt

Matthew Pollack

"Some succeed because they are destined to, but most succeed because they are determined to." -Henry Van Dyke

To Max Miller, Lantao "Victor" Li, August "Gus" Grossman, Andrew Hack, and Eric Solomon, I leave Presidential Pursuit. To Brandon Zazza, I leave the greatest encirclement the world has ever seen. To Zoe, my sister, I leave my toilet speech.

I couldn't live without... My dirty hair "Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." -Albert Einstein

To Ava Lederman I leave Ms. MacWilliams. To the Rachel's, Schwartz and Solomon, I leave the legacy of the law firm and contest season. To Mr. Turow I leave never-ending pointless conversations about nothing. To Reed Gilmore I leave the McKnight room (duh). To the incoming class of freshman I leave the exponentially increasing tuition. To Señor Mercedes I leave a new advisory group (we'll miss you!!) and a huge amount of gratitude for all you have done for me.

To Molly, I leave Spanish class and the Spanish language. To Molly I also leave, snapchat filters. To AJ, aka the next Broadway star, I leave a Tony Award. To Avery-I know what you did! To Stella, I leave summer tennis camps with Mr. Lesser. I leave all the hugs the world can offer and also a future engagement ring and wedding. To Clara, I leave the knowledge of the universe. I am so grateful for you and your brilliant advice. I will miss your gorgeous smile next year. To Lily, I leave our fun car rides and our beautiful singing voices. Thank you for always being there for me and my sister. I hope you eventually make it to AP Spanish. To my sister, Phoebe, I leave the world. I leave endless love, and happiness. Everyday I am so thankful to have you in my life. I will miss disturbing you next year while you are attempting to get homework done. Thank you to Masters for the last four wonderful years. It has truly been one masterful ride.

I couldn't live without... My first lacrosse stick "I don't know why, but I just thought of this."

I couldn't live without... Sick Gentlemen "Heavy pressure on deck."

Mikkel Reid Matthew Pordy It's been a rough seven years, but these quotes kept me going. If you are irritated by every rub, how will your mirror be polished? The real gateway drug is trauma, make sure you heal that mind. To Benson and Medina, I leave y'all the soccer team, or whatever is left of it. Put all that talent to good use and have

I leave the lacrosse team to Charlie and whoever else will be the next captain. I leave yelling "Who's hot?" to Nate Meyer, this is your defense to lead now. I leave Dillon the Brady Bunch chat, and being a kid from Regent. I leave Mr. Custer random meetings from Josh and me. I leave a set of dumbbells and leg day to Owen Higgins. I leave Jason being successful in Spanish 4. And to the whole lacrosse team, I wish you all the best luck for the coming years.

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I couldn't live without... My snowboard

I couldn't live without... My favorite childhood books

"Even a baby could write the pitch. But that doesn't guarantee the sale."

"Yes, like a supernova."

Nova Rivers

Christopher Rhodes I am going to leave the wonderful town of Pelham to Lili. I trust in you to continue the P-town legacy.

To Jenny, I leave unlimited Uber Eats, To Hank, I leave the finest dirt.

I couldn't live without... My late passes; and my excuses to get them.

I couldn't live without... My red hair dye "If there were more food and fewer people, this would be a perfect party." -- Ron Swanson

"I know changing can be scary, but it’s a part of growing up. It’s how we find out who we are and who we’re gonna be.” -Hannah Montana

Annie Rubinson

First off, I would like to thank Ms. Hajjar, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Berrol, Ms. Zocchi, and the rest of my amazing teachers for believing in me, as well as helping me adjust to Masters in the best way possible! To Mali and Gisele, I leave you my lifetime of tiredness and drawings in my Latin textbook. To Andrew and Katie, I leave Ms. Zocchi and wacky subs. To Gaby, Anthi, and Maia, I leave Tower Singers and the best althoes ever! To Alexis, I leave you the Hamilton soundtrack and love handle pokie attackies. To Lila, Patrick, and Russell, I leave you my love and luck with the best SPG on campus, Cabaret Troupe! To Caleb and Patrick, I leave Pizza Hut, Monticello, and the future of the Musical Revue. To Alana, I leave the musical season, getting stolen away from George, and amazing hairstyles. To Sander, I leave our uncalled for nightly convos in the Mcknight room and ur wonderful third leg. To AJ, I leave almost driving on the highway in the wrong direction and backstage chit chats. To Elizabeth J., Lila, and Olive, I leave our backstage dances, bits and pieces of flesh, and amazing knee pads! To Hanna, I leave our daily hao exchanges and smiles across the dining hall. Lastly, to Logan, thank you for being the best prom date and giving me a welcoming face into Masters. I leave you SAT prep, “excuse me’s,” and my love and support for senior year!

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To Sachi S., Carly G. and Clara K. I leave my MUN conference face masks. Keep spa night alive! To Kai C. I leave a colossally slower speaking pace. To Logan S. I leave the yaoshi to the suomen and my tap shoes. To Iris P. I leave Dumbledore’s Army and a lifetime supply of tortellini. To Kyla B. I leave a medicine ball and an eternal reminder that you went to Harvard debate camp. To Brody L. I leave the News section of Tower and a large box of wheat thins. To Ryan T. I leave my car keys, my APES notes and a better taste in music. To Sophie G. I leave cherubs and what’s left of my InDesign skills. To Zach B. I leave my home phone number and the beloved crisis gang. To Matt N. I leave my advanced engineering and coding knowledge that I hid from you all these years. Surprise. To Sophie N. I leave math as a concept and every single accent that exists. To Cam B., I leave the responsibility Dobbs 16 arrangements. Good luck. To Dani S. and Elizabeth O. I leave what’s left of the mezzo magic. To Mariano R. I leave my cap. No cap. To Hilary B. I leave a nice Jewish boyfriend, and to Sander P., I leave everything else! Thank you all for being lovely people. <3

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I couldn't live without... My Canadian Accent "Sometimes there's no lesson. That's a lesson in itself." - Charlie Kaufman

car, as well as the knowledge that you will do many amazing things in life, because you are a great person. I also leave you sleep. To Reed, I leave you my concerts. To all the gamers out there, I leave you a senior year discord channel. And finally, to whoever wants him, I shall give you Bernard Sanders.

I couldn't live without... My Eyebrow Pencil "I wanted to live deliberately. To put to rout all that was not life; and not, when I had come to die, discover that I had not lived."

Eli Rubinson To Logan Schiciano, I hope that all the mens will not be suozhe in your future. I leave Touring Talent to Aidan Coleman, Ryan Israel and Lila Patterson, and most importantly to Joe DiDonato. You are the heart and soul of the club, as well as the entire school. To Rowan Tim, and Noah Lin, I leave my epic squash skills, in the hopes that you will make varsity one day. And I leave everything else to Teddy Masters.

I couldn't live without... The charger I kept lending people

Sebastian Sawhney To Johnny, Dean, Logan and Kishan I leave the golf team, hopefully you guys play better than I did at Ardsley. To Caio Lanes I leave NGP political debates. To Brendon I leave endless World War 2 jokes and Hearts of Iron references.

To Dahlia, I leave our handshake, and the volleyball team in all of its glory. To Bean, I leave endless slaps and all of our timer pics. To Maia, I leave Gabriel and the title of CEO of private stories. To Sophia Viscarello, I leave all the confidence in the world. You are one of the kindest, most beautiful people I’ve met. To Sophie, I leave endless physics tea runs, snaps of Dr. Boyer and uncontrollable laughter. To both Anthi and Sophie, I leave Dohters. Take care of the girls! To Brian, I leave 9, 11, and 13 point stars and the minimal amount of storage space left on my laptop. Time to practice 15 pointers. To Reed, I leave Tuesday Chipotle catch up sessions, diner trips with Lee, all of our pretentious french music, Triscuits, and Eric's sheepy time pajamas. To Ella, I leave Tim. Look after him for me. And to Tim, I leave gigantic calves (may they never die), my yellow and orange plaid skirt, dreams of Daisy and Goose and my whole heart. And in spite of my forgetfulness, I leave all of the memories we’ve made together, which will certainly last a lifetime. Thank you Masters. I love you all!

I couldn't live without... My constant presence in the History Department. "I think we consider too much the good luck of the early bird and not enough the bad luck of the early worm." -Franklin D. Roosevelt

I couldn't live without... My dump truck. "I am a gaffe machine." - Vice President Joseph Biden

Gabriela Seguinot Buster Scheuer To Matt Nappo, I leave Mr. Pugatch. To Julia Levin, I leave you Cymin, or however you spell his name. And to both of you, I leave 49 Clinton, one of the things I’m most proud of. I have no doubt that you’ll run it just as poorly as Tim and I, but it will always be fun. To Sophie Neale, I leave the smell of a fresh, not-at-all-rancid

To Sachi, I leave the little patience I have left for rich white people and the ability to overcome despite the boundaries we face as women of color. We've had some good laughs complaining about it all and I know it was mostly joking, but don't ever stop sharing your experiences as a POC. To Kai, I leave the courage to stand up to that pharmacist and the ball. Now you must choose a junior to pass it on to. To Kyla, I leave an obscure knowledge of Russian History, and a love for Continued

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Jeopardy. Lauren and Ava, I leave the heart and soul of MGVS. A senior left me this in my freshman year. I'm passing it down to you. To Sophia VanBeek, I leave a drive for social justice. You're a brilliant person and I know you will go on to create a better world. To Andrew Azzariti, Alex Cienava, and Lily Schwarz, I leave Latinos Unidos. Oh boy, this one's a bit of an interesting one because as of my writing this, all leadership is graduating and we haven't held elections yet. But, I trust that you guys will step up and uphold the club just as you have upheld the Latinx presence at this school. To Zach, Carly, and Clara, I leave MUN. This club is my baby, mess with it and I will come back to haunt you guys from the grave of college. To Lucas, my little brother, I leave you some of the best years of my life, and what I hope might be yours someday as well. This school has so many opportunities to pursue all that you enjoy. I love you, and I can't wait to see what the next four years will bring you.

Ciampa. To Hank, I leave an extra set of bones and a pile of dirt. To Mr. Lesser, I leave my banjo, the Sheriff Dog, and my organized assortment of colored highlighters (please take care of them). I leave a scooter from Washington D.C. to Cooper. I leave Patrick Curnin-Shane the unofficial EFFECT acronym. To Brody, I leave a chess board and a hat. I leave Ryan Thompson my whole heart, which he stole during his performance of Old Maui. To Nappo, I leave my thanks for being the best triplet brother. I leave Anastasiia the responsibility of preserving an artsy/eco-friendly culture. Keep it crunchy. Keep it cute. I leave my beloved cubicle to anyone stressed enough to need it, you’re doing great! Finally, I leave lots of smiles, love, and gratitude to the faculty and staff who have made my time at Masters so special. I cannot thank you enough.

I couldn't live without... my skies I couldn't live without... Stratford, CT

"We graduated just to go to school again..."

"Can you come with me to the bathroom?"

Haakon Sheehan To Nayoung I leave my love, being lost in Mr. Kim's trigonometry class, brief hellos and hugs at lunch, "varsity" squash, Seoul sisters, and the best of wishes for your senior year. To Kai and fellow Tarrytown bus riders I leave waking up at the crack of dawn and arriving to school an hour before classes start. To those considering the community service co-curricular I leave my Days of Wonder kiddies. To Ms. Berrol I leave endless thank you's for being such a significant figure in shaping who I am today, and teaching me so much growth in my final two years.

As the year comes to an end, I would like to leave behind some of the things that made my masters experience worth while. Russo, Dom, and Reedy, I leave you the Varsity Soccer Team and 3 years of good mems. Nico, I leave you cold nights on the bench, freezing our butts off. I leave my love for fútbol to Nate, Danny and Benson. To Lili and Kat, I leave you the Masters Ski Trip. Continue the legacy. #enlightenment. I leave the Volleyball team to Drip/Drew/Andrew and Caleb. Make Coach Flowers proud. Zanga, I leave you a basketball to dunk. Marc Baubkus, even though you're leaving next year, I leave you the German language and some physics homework. Graham, I leave you silence.

I couldn't live without... My cubicle

I couldn't live without... Watered-down coffee in Venti (no sugar, no milk)

"Even if the aliens are short, dour, and sexually obsessed–if they're here, I want to know about them." –Carl Sagan

"Home, in fact, is where the heart is."

Olivia Sharenow I leave MISH events, my money collecting bag, and Bonnie Arborre to Logan Schiciano. To Rachel Solomon I leave Jeary Payne and the Met. You deserve so much sunshine. Logan, Mariano, Rachel, and Carly I leave you all MISH meetings. I leave my compost gloves and the bus to Jake Sloane. I leave my calculator and a successful career in mathematics to Maddy

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Yeveen Shin I leave Dell to Mattilynn and Mattilynn to Dell (fingers crossed). I leave our kitchen to Hannah and Julia and the common room to Sophie. To guava.candy and Jakey, I leave JC and my respect for Developer's Journals. To Charlotte, Ryan, Richik, Baird, Corinne, Grace and Lucas, I leave As in my senior year first

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semester French. To Janga, Ellanna, Carr, and Teddy, I leave Mr. Ebersole and my love for classical music. I leave my room to Shamira (It has been yours). I leave Matt all the girls tragically into CS guys. I leave the Executive Committee and peach and gold sunsets to Battleperson. I leave the 10:50 pm trips to the soccer field to Jun. I leave Netflix and NYC Michelin restaurants to Sumin. I leave Nayoung late night convos and catharsis after crying. I leave Taliya andSabinee my undying curiosity. I leave Roger in-class inappropriate jokes and a gift of political correctness. I leave CC to Carolyn and thanks to Avivi, Richie, Logan, Nolwenn, and Carly for their kindness and care. I leave Wang Zhiyan multiple "Wang Zhiyan!"s. I leave Mr. Hult and Mr. Wood to Kishan and Vasilisa. Last but not least, I leave Anastasia a few of my books.

thank you for making me laugh and just generally really happy from the conversations we had. To my teachers, thank you for the education and for caring about me. To underclassmen, high school will feel like a drag a lot of the time, but you'll make it through. Try to reach out to people and make the most of it, even if it may not feel worthwhile now (if it does feel worthwhile right now, great! Keep going.). To me, you made it! Things were tough sometimes, but you did it and I'm proud of you. I hope you can take this experience and what you've learned from it into the future and it can help you with later endeavors in life. Good job!

I couldn't live without... Elisa Ozsan, Elisa's room, Kathy's shoe lace I couldn't live without... Robert "Sorry, I can’t come, I am going to Berlin this weekend for my aunt’s friend’s dog’s birthday party. It is in a palace."

To MGVS, I leave Masters, the most athletic school in Westchester. I leave Anastasiia all the Ukrainian clout. I leave Barrios and daddy issues to Matti Stone. To Robert Quigley I give you access to crash all the freshmen parties you desire. Croissants and la fève I leave to Sophie Neale. To Molly Higgins I leave sleepless solo dance parties. I leave the McKnight room to Lili. I leave all my tears to the first floor bathroom of Masters Hall. I leave Panache to some chillers who love art. I leave MUSE to Stellar and Jessie but also anyone who’s willing to take a risk and to love dance. Ms. Berrol, thank you. I leave Nile my harmless flirting. I leave Bean the Godwin legacy, you’ll do better than Izzy. To all the lucky ones out there, I leave Andres. I will miss you! Thank you Masters for letting me begin my journey towards self discovery and positively influencing my dreams. I don’t take it for granted.

Lyall Talarico I would like Toothless, Blue the Velociraptor, my hoodie, and my Hiccup Helmet to go to Elisa Ozsan-Gregori, which in turn will go to Teddy Masters who is free to do with as he pleases. I also give everything in my dorm, dust included to Teddy Masters. He can have all my horrible memories too and a dollar every time he falls down a well. Elisa will get bad advice for 200 years and Kathy Christie gets her shoe back I would like the other buried in the floor of my first dorm room. Room 20 in Cole. Kathy also can have Jocelyn and my left eye. I would request 2000000000 lbs of whipped cream left on Elisa's door step every day for 2 years straight. I WOULD LOVE if everything else my switch, both my computers my I pad, elisa's yogurt my drawing tablet and all my httyd plushies to Taco, by best bud and closest friend.

I couldn't live without... The happy giraffe "Well last year when I was in Italy…"

I couldn't live without... My denim jacket "Sorry."

Rosemary Termini Colette Stack To the fellow seniors, good luck for wherever you go and whatever you end up pursuing. Whether it's college, a job, or anything else, I wish you the best. To Andres and advisees,

To Nayoung and Kristie, I leave Cole dorm. I know you’ll take good care of it. To Kathy, I leave seaweed, and to Rachael, I leave the dorm store fridge. To Lorelei, Talia, and Hilary (and Shaun!), I leave the best conversations in theater tech class. Thanks for always making my week a little more interesting. To Ms. Cowhey, I leave Wednesdays. Finally, to all my teachers, dorm parents, Mr. Gimple, and Mr. Carnevale, I leave my gratitude. I’ll miss you, Masters.

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I couldn't live without... My car, Rodriguez, and candy crush addiction

I couldn't live without... Milk "I get straight to it like a danca."

"Good judgement comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgement."

Michael Van Demark

Sarah Tretler I leave Rachel my unfinished ceramics mugs and the abandoned club of PIC. I leave Molly suite 625, in and out fries with extra salt, and @dankpapa. I leave AP Physics and AP Spanish to any person who thinks they can handle it. I leave Hanna our run-ins in the hallway. I leave Dean, Andrew and Jake a great senior year. I leave Sophie my bango bowls, my amazing Spanish skills, Instagram captions and all of my love. To Logan, I leave my phone charger, my PE option letter and my signed Yankees ball. Thanks for being the most incredible friend. I have no idea what I will do without you next year. I leave endless gratitude for all my teachers at Masters, especially Mr. Shear, Ms. Berrol and Mr. Greally. To Ms. Danforth, you have all of my respect and appreciation. Finally, to Andrés, thank you for being the best advisor and for always supporting me; I leave you all the great Cuba trip memories. Thanks for the last 4 years Masters! Bye high school!!

To the basketball team, I leave you success and thanks for a great season. To Logan, I leave the golf team, my drip, and one “dude.” To Tim, I leave the basketball team and my jelly packet. To Joe Diaz I leave you my thanks for all of your help in computer science. To Aidan and Mac, I leave the cross country team and to Cameron, I leave god speed. To my young bulls, Stephon and Reggie, I leave great success in the future. To Dillon and Allen, I leave the big guard legacy and to Danny I leave injury-free seasons. To Anastasiia, I leave one “big yikes.” To Richie, Zanga, Charlie, Justin, and Barnaby, I leave you my bunnies. To Stefan, I leave one big lay, and to Gatty I leave a calm bangout. Finally, to my sister Emily, I leave you my dance moves. Thanks Masters.

I couldn't live without... the A-Z board and my earring collection "Nothing, storm or flood, must get in the way of our need for light and ever more and brighter light. The truth is the light and light is the truth."

"I don't feel well."

Michelle Wei Jordan Troy i leave everything to Rebecca. will miss you so much sissy!

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Ariella, “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.” I leave Sophia positivity on and off the strip. I leave you both BDE. I leave Massimo, Ryan, Chris, Kishan, and Aidan the fighting spirit. I leave Jenny noises and tush. I leave Shamira fried rice and cuddles. I leave Nayoung compost bins and spice. I leave Julia grilled chicken, TikToks, and wraps. I leave Wonjun body slams, siblingship, and stoopidity. I leave Sophie the common room and Yasmine morning showers. I leave Anastasiia late-night conversations, grades better than mine, and cheek kisses. I leave Andrew our bus buddy bond and gamepigeon. I leave George Tower photos and my love for Andrew. I leave Hannah eggs and proctorship. I’m always one call away. I leave Taliya my music and gossiping. I leave Ryan RR FM. I leave Dakota a growth spurt, Sunny lunges and smiles, Kishan forgotten wings, Sabine ugly laughs, and Zack punches. I leave Logan too many sweets, Venngage, facetimes, and editing. I leave Mr. Ives editorial writing. I leave Ms. Cowhey snacking, taking photos, and all our similarities. I leave Ms. Cabral and Mr. Turow credit for my math grades. I leave Ms. Dennis my first name (spelled the wrong way). I leave Ms.

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Dumaine infinite admiration. I leave Ms. Merrill gratitude for always exemplifying altruism. I leave my dorm parents barely passing room check and goodnights. I leave all my teachers thanks. I leave all the minorities at Masters hope and safe spaces. I leave anyone the reminder that there is always a choice and to be unafraid of challenging ideas or causing change.

I couldn't live without... My Brain "Strength doesn't come from what you can do, it comes from overcoming the things you once thought you couldn't." - Lil Baby

I couldn't live without... My baby Sir Jeffery "That's future Ella's problem."

Maddox Wray

I couldn't live without... Actually being able to graduate.

To my lovie Naomi, I leave painting sessions, ALL of the plants, and Michaels trips that last hours. To Ryan, Naomi, and Mrs. Matthews, I leave you lots and lots of environmental club memes. Joetisserie Chicken, I leave you our insanely sarcastic conversations walking back from our fAvoRitE teacher's class that always ended with asthma attacks from too much laughter. I also leave you the psycho-analyzation chart, metaphorically of course (you will never get it). To Mr. Price, thank you for all your mentorship and advice. I would truly not be the person or artist I am today if not for you. To my cutie Shamira, I leave you all my love and hopes that we will pass APES. To Fox Lane High School, I leave you with the hopes of getting real books in the library. To the Harvey School, try not to burn down... again. Fusion Academy, please get a lunch room; they're kind of necessary. And to Masters, my literal and metaphorical home since 5th grade, you will be missed.

I couldn't live without... My Dogs "It's a mental game."

Garrett Wenberg I leave a 2.5 star rating to Tim, I leave the squash team to anyone less cocky than Taha, I leave Becky from Hooters to Ian, I leave hacking into the mainframe to Nappo, I leave my 2 hours on HOI to Brandon, I leave my squash bag in the hallway, I leave songs I can never remember the name of to the jazz band, I leave a killer 32 bar solo to Finn Moses Alexander.

"If you want to shine like the sun, you’ll have to burn like it first."

Simon Wu Firstly, I would like to leave Chris A and Aeden C my diploma, I don’t really know how you guys would split it but it’s not my problem. To Patrick M, I leave you nothing but pain and suffering and to Brain L, of course, I leave you my single life. Good luck getting a girlfriend next year without the help of Tinder. To Caio L, you can have my chess skills so you can (maybe) win a game. To my favorite Chem partners, Tim C and Aiden C, Tim can have my left piercing and Aiden can have my right one. To Rowan M, I leave you all my extensive french vocabulary for french IV (you’ll need it). To Victor, I mean Carr, I leave you the strayer weight room all to yourself so you can really enjoy those biceps curls. To Luca L, I leave you my boarder rep position, either run yourself or pick someone capable to continue the legacy. To Eliza A, I guess you can have my scarf if you want it. To Graham C, look after my tinder account will you? To Allen N, I leave you a dictionary to spell Gatorade correctly for the dorm store. Ah, Wonjun L, you can have some of my brain cells. I won’t need it for culinary school but you definitely do. To Roger P, I leave you my piano skills, but I don’t think that would even help you. Anastasiia G, here is Eiler, look after him for me will you? To Tyler P, I leave you hopes for a good roommate next year. To Mattia P, please look after Brian and Patrick for me, and to The Boys (you know who you are), I leave you guys nothing but good luck for next year. Cya! :)

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I couldn't live without... Vianny's Clothes "4x All American, not bragging though."

I Nouran Youssef, leave the squash team to Shamira and Kate. I leave spilling tea to Ariella. To Jenny, I leave a permanent hair color. To Luna Mini(mouse) and Haile, I leave my room, facemasks and dominos pizzas with haram on them. You two are my babies and I will miss you girls so much. To Mack, I leave you Luna, I know you guys are going to date one day. To Isaiah, I leave our handshakes and torn pants. I leave 6:00am workouts to Caleb and Kyle. To Zahali, I leave you all the soap at Masters to clean your dirty mouth. To Luka, I leave my heart, you are the sweetest guy ever. To Michael, I leave KK. To KK I leave Michael. To Nile, I leave you stop and shop adventures and the tattoo you never got. To Ana, I leave the juice machine to finally get your own juice. To Ava, I leave my bowling legacy and Haile. To Brianna, I leave “open curtain” cz I have closed it so many times. I leave my chubby bunny legacy to Jason. I leave Ms. Derby Mr. Garcia and memories with the best class ever. I leave Kishan the power to survive another year. I leave Ms. Phelan, Mr. Lesser. I leave Hank, Noemia and the secret crush she had on you ;). To Ian, I leave my squash legacy and Egyptian food. To Gatty, I leave you the hispanic blood :) To the Medinas’, hit me up in four years. Finally to Vianny, I leave countless late night fashion shows, crazy ranting videos, unforgettable night at global citizens, and our secret food combinations. I leave you the Chimichangas, the living ghost of Chachi and the one and only Noah. Thank you for being my best friend, I couldn’t have asked for anyone better to share my room and heart with. I will miss you so much! To Masters, thank you for everything! As-salamu alaykum!

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Sinan Aksu

Aeden Connelly

Michael Garcia

Jonah Ginsburg

Sabian Grier

Wangjuncheng Han

Li Ji

Yijie Liang

Tianzhao Lin

Gwenn Sabato

Nathan Schmitt

Ian Shivnauth

Not Pictured: Taha Dinana Sam Holliday

Yingge Wang

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Half Page Index Anhouse, Dara — pg. 192 Asante, Maya — pg. 203 Azzariti, Lawrence — pg. 193 Bavaro, Julia with Ella Furniss, Natalie Lockhart — pg. 191 Block, Riley — pg. 192 Boglitz, Alexa with Anna Bluhdorn, Hannah Kreutzer, Fernanda Perez — pg. 184-185 Borowiec, Tim with Eli Rubinson — pg. 204 Bluhdorn, Anna with Alexa Boglitz, Hannah Kreutzer, Fernanda Perez - pg. 184-185 Burton, Madison with Leron Dugan — pg. 177 Corrigan, Audrey — pg. 188 Dugan, Leron with Madison Burton — pg. 177 Faber, Sarah — pg. 183 Feiner, Alex — pg. 203 Fellas, Nora with Muriel McWinnie — pg. 176 Felton, Jaelyn — pg. 182 Forstmann, Sophia with Olivia Sharenow — pg. 180 Foxhall, Zia with Marina Shishkina — pg. 199 Fu, Matilda Rong — pg. 179 Furniss, Ella with Julia Bravaro, Natalie Lockhart — pg 191

Garcia, Michael with Junrong (Karen) Li, Jordan Troy, Sophia Herzberg — pg. 194 Goldrich, Max — pg. 193 Groff, Maelani — pg. 182 Gungor, Sera — pg. 179 He, Jie (Joyce) with Zifei (Linda) Liu — pg. 180 Herzberg, Sophia with Jordan Troy, Junrong (Karen) Li, Michael Garcia — pg. 194 Hsu, Leo with Simon Wu — pg. 195 Jarecki, Mackenzie with Isabel Semal — pg. 198 Ji, Carey (Li) with Cici (Yingge) Wang — pg. 202 Knowles, Olivia — pg. 188 Kolker, Jonas — pg. 189 Kreutzer, Hannah with Alexa Boglitz, Anna Bluhdorn, Fernanda Perez — pg. 184-185 Lai, Sophie — pg. 175 Leff, Callie — pg. 183 Li, Junrong (Karen) with Michael Garcia, Jordan Troy, Sophia Herzberg — pg. 194 Liu, Zifei (Linda) with Jie (Joyce) He — pg. 180 Loigman, Charlie — pg. 178

Lockhart, Natalie with Ella Furniss, Julia Bavaro — pg 191 Lockett, Audry with Michelle Wei — pg. 190 Margolis, Brian — pg. 196 Massingue, Noemia — pg. 178 McWinnie, Muriel with Nora Fellas — pg. 176 Newman, Nicole — pg. 197 Perez, Fernanda with Hannah Kreutzer, Alexa Boglitz, Anna Bluhdorn — pg. 184-185 Peterson, August — pg. 200 Philizaire, Lina — pg. 196 Pietsch, Owen — pg. 200 Radke, Chloe — pg 201 Richmond, Olivia with Sarah Tretler — pg. 186 Rubinson, Annie with Gabriela Seguinot — pg. 187 Rubinson, Eli with Tim Borowiec — pg. 204 Isaacson, India — pg. 189 Schickman, Haley — pg. 201 Seguinot, Gabriela with Annie Rubinson — pg. 187 Semal, Isabel with Mackenzie Jarecki — pg. 198 Sharenow, Olivia with Sophia Forstmann — pg. 181

Shishkina, Marina with Zia Foxhall — pg. 199 Termini, Rosemary - pg. 174 Tretler, Sarah with Olivia Richmond — pg. 186 Troy, Jordan with Junrong (Karen) Li, Michael Garcia, Sophia Herzberg — pg. 194 Wang, Cici (Yingge) with Carey (Li) Ji — pg. 202 Wei, Michelle with Audrey Lockett — pg. 190 Weinstein, Ella — pg. 175 Wu, Simon with Leo Hsu — pg. 195 Youssef, Nouran — pg. 197

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CONGRATULATIONS, L We are so proud of all yo accomplished (and com Masters and we can't wait do next.

Your journey through Masters has been Adventure and greatness await! You make us so happy and proud. Love Mom, Dad, and George

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Congratulations!!!!!!!!!! We are so proud of the young chico you have become. And now on to bigger and better things. You will love George Washington University. Enjoy the journey. We know you will succeed in whatever you set your mind to. Te queremos mucho, Dad, Mami, Ma

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Cynthia Cohen Cynthia! Just a "note" to say how much we love you and how proud we are of all your work this year! Love, Mom, Liz, Jelly and Rolo

CONGRATULATIONS! WE LOVE YOU TO THE MOON & STARS & BACK AGAIN A MILLION TIMES! LOVE, MOM, DAD, ZOE, B, OREO GRAHAM & FATTY B

TSCHABBE GEHNEIT! May you always believe what Dusty said.

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You have made us so proud throughout the years! You are beautiful inside and out! Wishing you the best of everything in the future, Mom, Dad, & Zin

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We are so proud of you! You have already changed the world with your environmental activism and support for Animal Nation. We know you are just getting started! We can't wait to see what you do next! Love, Mom & Dad

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Congratulations! Today is your day. You're off to Great Places! You're off and away! And will you succeed? Yes! You will indeed! KID YOU'LL MOVE MOUNTAINS! So...Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So...get on your way! -Dr. Seuss Jordie- We are so proud of you! We love you lots. Mom, Dad, Rachel and Rebecca

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Jordie Troy Congratulations! We are so proud of you! xo Nana and Grandpa

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Jordie Troy Congratulations, Jords! We love you! Grandma and Grandpa

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To our Rosie, Your smile lights up a room. Your laughter is genuine and contagious. There is no truer or more dependable friend, sister or daughter. May every sunrise bring you hope and every sunset bring you peace. Keep it simple and enjoy every moment. Congrats. Moon and back!! More !

You are the most adventurous, optimistic, resilient, and enthusiastic young man. These traits will take you far. Congratulations on your High School Graduation! Much Love, Mom, Mum, Issy, and Zoe

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Long before you were known as 'Money Max' - you were just a fifth grader entering a new school. Throughout your years at The Masters School, you never lost your curiosity, your sense of adventure or your smile. You wore the Master colors with pride every day. Whether it was in the classroom, on the track, or at your cross country meets. We are incredibly proud of your journey and to be your parents. Congratulations Max, Class of 2020, Love, Mom & Dad

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Max Levy Cross Country Captain 2017, 2018 & 2019 Winter Track Captain 2018 Spring Track Captain 2018 You left it all on the field and are the definition of 'Panther Pride' We are proud of your leadership, sportsmanship and accomplishments. Love, Mom & Dad

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OLIVIA SHARENOW CONGRATULATIONS, LIV! We are so proud of all you have accomplished (and composted) at Masters and we can't wait to see what you do next. Wherever you go and whatever you do, know that you always have our love and support. xoxo Mom, Dad and Annie

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Michael Van Demark Mike, We are so proud of the kind and thoughtful young man that you have become. Your hard work and dedication to all that you do have been a joy to witness. We have loved watching you grow in so many ways at Masters, and are so excited for your next chapter. The sky is truly the limit for you! We love you more than words could ever fully express.

Izzy Semel

ELLANNOULA

Congratulations on all you've achieved - we can't wait to see what lies in store! Love, Mom, Dad, Natalie, and Juliet

sideShow frOggylady apPlebutter frencHonline wisdOmteeth swiMtest pianOsolo senioRwing vollEyball sagapoume!!!!!!

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Matteo Pagano Who knew that our cute little boy with his devilish grin would grow into such an admirable young man? You blossomed at Masters where your love for learning was encouraged. We are very proud of your academic, musical, & theatrical achievements, but it is the qualities that make you uniquely you that we are most proud of. You are sweet and kind, yet quietly strong. You are funny, loyal, empathetic, a good friend, a hard worker, independent, helpful, appreciative and happy!

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Go into the world and continue to be passionate about learning and spread your happiness. Continue to challenge yourself and make yourself proud! What a blessing you have been to your family. We love you and are here for you always! xo Mom, Dad, Giuseppe, Aidan & Alejandra

Your journey through Masters has been our joy to watch. Adventure and greatness await! You make us so happy and proud. Love Mom, Dad, and George

We are so proud of you. You are a talented kid, a hard worker and most importantly a thoughtful and kind person. Thanks to Masters for the support! Love Mom, Dad, bhaiya

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Congratulations Brian! You have been the sparkle & shine and crackle & pop in our family ever since you came onto the scene. You have a warm heart and generous spirit. From your example we're reminded to do our best to be kind, compassionate, friendly & fearless. With your positive attitude and boundless energy, you are indeed a force for good! Go forth and conquer. Love, Mom, Dad & Mike

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Jonas Kolker Congratulations, Jonas, you've come a long way! Lots of love, Mom, Dad and Clara (and Ruby and Abra)

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As soon as I saw you, I knew a grand adventure was about to happen. -Winnie the Pooh David - We are so proud of you and look forward to all your future adventures. With all our love, Mom, Dad and Adam

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Sophia Herzberg "I Love You" by Carl Sandburg I love you for what you are, but I love you yet more for what you are going to be. I love you not so much for your realities as for your ideals. I pray for your desires that they may be great, rather than for your satisfactions, which may be so hazardously little.

Not always shall you be what you are now. You are going forward toward something great. I am on the way with you and therefore I love you.

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A satisfied flower is one whose petals are about to fall. The most beautiful rose is one hardly more than a bud wherein the pangs and ecstasies of desire are working for a larger and finer growth.

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Dear Buster, We are thankful that Masters has been a home of academic and creative inspiration for you. Whether music or politics or economics, your passion is contagious. We love you! Mom, Dad & Sarah (and of course LouLou & Archie!)

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Josh Gitlin Josh, We are so proud of you! You accomplished so much these past few years. You have turned into an incredible young man, and we couldn't be more excited for the next chapter of your life. Follow your passion and your future will always be bright. Love You, Mom, Dad, & Drew

We are so proud of you and can't wait to see what amazing things you'll do next! Leopard print forever!! Anchor down!

OLIVIA RICHMOND Congratulations!! We could not be more proud of the incredible person you have become. You are intelligent, determined and talented. Today is a milestone. It tells you how far you've come. Keep learning, keep trying, keep accomplishing, and keep venturing on through your journey. We love you so much!! Mom, Dad, Ethan and Bella

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Sophie Pie, Congratulations on your graduation! We are so proud of the young lady that you have become and look forward to seeing you grow even further. Thank you for always having a warm heart, so much empathy, love and always doing your best. Let's not forget all the silly times too! Love, Halmoni, Justin and Mom Pie 222

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You have both evolved in so many admirable ways over the past four years. You've taken the best of what Masters has to offer. We can't wait to see what the future holds. We wish you enormous happiness and success.

Sofia - you have amazed us since the day you were born. Beautiful, smart, driven, confident, capable - the list goes on. We are so proud of the person you are and know you will accomplish whatever you set your mind to. We love you so much - Mom and Dad

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Maelani Rose Groff From the moment we gotcha, You brought fun and laughter into our lives . . . There's no one like you! Enjoy all the new things coming your way. Light up your life in the way that only you can! But just remember . . . when it's time to blow out the candles and say good night . . . 'Roses on your pillow.' Love Mom and Dad, Kylene, Giselle, Lilah and Brydie TRIM LINE TRIM LINE

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Charlie Loigman We are so proud of you and all you have accomplished! We wish you a lifetime of happiness, and we hope all your dreams come true! CONGRATULATIONS! All our love, Mom, Dad, Ellie, and Winston

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Dear Lucas, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said "Intelligence plus character -that is the goal of true education". You are blessed with both so go on and pave your own path at this wonderful institution of learning ! We are so proud of you ! Love Always, Mom, Dad & Gabi

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Congratulations!!!!!!!!!! We are so proud of the young chico you have become. And now on to bigger and better things. You will love George Washington University. Enjoy the journey. We know you will succeed in whatever you set your mind to. Te queremos mucho, Dad, Mami, Manny and Sofia.

Lucas Elijah Seguinot

Ella Furniss A daughter, a sister, a Delta, a friend, a brilliant future around the bend. From swimming to physics to Dobbs 16, Rubik's cube, Gold Key, mountain biking. Congrats, Ella, we're so proud of you. We can't wait to see all you will do! Love, Dad, Mom, Corinne & Jem

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We are so proud of who you are and what you have accomplished. Enjoy every moment of the wonderful journey ahead. You will always have our love and support.

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All our love, Mom, Dad, and Andrew

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Chelsea Hall Chelsea, Your best time is now. Your best days are ahead. Embrace your future undaunted and determined. Congratulations! Love Mom and Dad

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WAY TO GO, OWEN! We can't wait to see how you follow all this awesome! Tons of love from Mom, Dad, Carey, and Jackson

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Dear Gabi, Someone once said, "What lies behind us, and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us." What lives within you are the ideal qualities of a person who will forever make a difference in the lives of those who are blessed to know you! Today we beam with pride and we'll always be at your side! Love Always, Mom, Dad & Lucas

All of us are so proud that you have made it this far! We know you are bound for much success in the future. Congratulations! Love Mom, Dad, Josephine and Spencer

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Sebastian Sawhney Dear Sebastian, Congratulations! You have been a joy to us since the day you were born and we are so proud of the young man you have become. You are smart, hard working, thoughtful, kind, generous, strong and fun. We could not have asked for a better son or brother. As you go off on your new adventures, always remember we love you and are here for you. Lots of love, Mom, Dad, Sabrina, Samantha and Angus

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KEIRA BURGOS

Timothy "It matters not who you love, where you love, why you love, when you love or how you love, it matters only that you love." -John Lennon- I love you to pieces, Timothy, and I am always so very proud of you. xoxo mama

Time has gone by so quickly, and while we miss our little girl, we love the young woman you are turning into. We're so excited for your new chapter of high school Love always, Mom, Dad & Jaivan

Madison Burton

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Dear Kendall, We are so proud of you! You are an intelligent, empathic, beautiful young woman inside and out. You have so much energy & a desire to try EVERYTHING! We can't wait to see what our "Special K" will do next. There is no stopping you & your plans to change the world! Love you forever, Mom, Dad, Quinn & Copper xo Infinity


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Thanks for the years of caring and comic relief! We are very proud of all that you have achieved and excited for your next chapter! Love you!

Rosemary Termini CONGRATULATIONS!! Continue to be your beautiful self, have fun, be kind, discover all of your gifts and talents. and, of course, be a power for good in the world. Thank you for bringing me so much joy! LOVE ALWAYS, Mom

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Hannah Kreutzer "...but when she finally opened her mouth, I said to myself, oh! This child has something to say." -Mrs. Marion Kelly, 5th Grade Teacher "The individual must always struggle to prevent being overwhelmed by the tribe. This is often lonely, and sometimes frightening. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself." -Friedrich Nietzsche

Hannah, our hearts are filled with pride for your accomplishments, your kindness, your coolness, you intelligence, your courage and your uniqueness. Always be yourself, and you will soar to the stars...whether or not you become an astronaut! Love Mom, Dad, Teddy, and Zoe TRIM LINE TRIM LINE

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Muriel McWhinnie You've come a long way, baby! We are so proud of you and all you have achieved. Enjoy the years ahead - you will do great things! Love, Dad, Mum, Iona, Rowan and Grandma

Jack, This is an incredible milestone, just one of many to come. I couldn't be prouder of the person you have become and of all your accomplishments. Can't wait to see where you will take yourself from here. All our love, Jesse, Ryan and Mom xo

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Congratulations Dorian! You made it! And as always, you did it in your own unique, funny, clever and admirable style. Your grandfather left you this poem: "If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs ... If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster and treat those two impostors just the same ... If you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds' worth of distance run, Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, And which is more, you'll be a Man, my son! "You have lived up to this and more. May the future be filled with joy, laughter and above all, love. We are so proud of you and adore you more than words can say. XOXO Mom, Dad, Gemma and Ollie

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JUNRONG(KAREN) LI Congratulations Karen, you did it ! We're so proud of you and delighted we've always been part of your journey. Now it's time to open a new chapter, with your talent, there is no limit to how much farther you can go. Stay sweet, stay strong, and most importantly, stay you! We'll be with you, all the time. Love, Mom, Dad

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DORIAN To the most awesome big brother ever, I love you so much Dorian! Thank you for everything you have taught me and for being there when I really needed you - like the time I almost drowned but you pulled me out of the lake in time! I am so proud of you and I promise to take good care of Ollie when you are in college. I love you! Gemma

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We love you, we're so proud of you, it's been a great 7 years at Masters! Can't wait to see what's next! Love, Mommy, Daddy, Sissy, Gibby & Daisy

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Sam Holliday "The pessimist complains about the wind, the optimist expects it to change, the leader adjusts the sails"... Dear Sam, Go forward and lead by example! Enjoy the journey that lies ahead of you. We are so proud of you! All our love,

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Jonas Abady "How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard." - Winnie the Pooh We couldn't be more proud of you, Buddy. Savor the journey ahead. Con besos y abrazos, Mom, Dad, Liza & Lola

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Chloe Josephine Radke We are so very proud of you and in awe every day of the person you have become. We love you to the moon and back! Love, Dad, Mom, and Phoebe

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Max Goldrich

Happy Graduation! We are all so so proud of you! What's the password? CHEESE MURPH PINEAPPLE!! Do everything you're supposed to do! Love, Mom, Dad, Fiefie, and Chris

You’ve worked hard to get where you are today. Look back over the past 12 years and celebrate all that you have achieved. We couldn’t be prouder. We love you so very much!!!! All our love, Dad, Mom, Nathan, Henry & Lily

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Congratulations on your graduation from middle school. We could not be more proud of you. We look forward watching you succeed in all thats ahead of you. We love you!! Mom and Dad

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Natalie Lockhart "Take pride in how far that you've come. Have faith in how far you can go. But don't forget to enjoy the journey." Natalie, we know that your kindness, intelligence & determination will take you wherever you want to go. After 7 years at Masters you are ready for the next steps and we are excited to see where they will take you. We are very proud of your accomplishments both on & off the court. Congratulations Natalie & the Class of 2020 With all our love, Mom, Dad & Alex, Robert and Robin & your 3 puppies

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Alexa Boglitz We are so proud of all you've accomplished and the person you've become! You are outstanding in every way! Love, Mom, Dad, Spencer & Tyler

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Charlie Milward Congratulations on your Middle School Graduation! Love, Jamie, Toby, Mom & Dad

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Marina Shishkina

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Alex, we are so proud of you. In your four years at Masters, you have come so far and accomplished so much! We are so excited for you to continue this journey in high school. Congratulations on a job well done! Love, Mom, Dad, Zach and Henry

Dear Marina, The paths you choose have always been difficult and we are overwhelmed with pride at your every step. Your ability to constantly challenge your boundaries will take you anywhere you wish to go; and we can't wait to meet you at our paths every intersection and continue to empower you in choosing your next steps. Mama, Papa, and Kira

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Olivia Skylar Knowles CONGRATULATIONS KNOWLES, YOU DID IT! It's Official, You're a HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE! Olivia you've worked hard and have earned the right to be proud of yourself and your accomplishments. You've persevered through good times and bad, excelled in so many aspects of your life and developed into an extraordinary and very special individual. Its time to to make your mark on this world and tell your story! You've been blessed with exceptional talent, trust your instincts, be confident in your abilities, courageous in your approach, take smart risks, GO FOR IT! Maintain the Love, Compassion and Joy that is the essence of you, its a big part of what defines you and sets you apart! You are the greatest daughter EVER and forever will be our Pride & Joy! Love, M & D :) TRIM LINE TRIM LINE

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Gabriel Keller Congratulations to you and the entire class of 2020! We are so proud of the kind, loyal, funny, smart human you have become. Can't wait to see what you do next!.

Jaden Bascon Cheers to your Freshman year. We are very proud of you. Love, Mom and Dad

Zia Foxhall

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XOXO Mom, Dad & Maia

Congratulations! You worked very hard and you are a star. We are so proud of you and we love you! YOUR FAMILY

Congratulations Zia! You've come to the end of a chapter in your life. As you venture into the world, forge your own path, always be true to yourself, and let your light shine brightly. We love you to infinity and beyond! Jared, Mom & Dad

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Viviana Mireille Simon While you will always be "the child" to us (not to mention "Puppi" or "la puce"), we honor the strong and caring intersectional young woman you are striving to become, and we support you as you make your way. We may also love you somewhat-- looking into that.

Lina Philizaire-Gardner

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Papa, Mommy, and Omi and the embrace of Papi and Tata

From the day you were born Muu, you've left an indelible impression on all who are blessed by your brilliant smile. You are a treasure for this family and always remember how much you are valued, loved and deeply appreciated. We are beyond proud of all that you have accomplished and we can't wait to see you step into the phenomenal future that God has planned out, just for you. Walk into your destiny with grace, pride and your head held high, for you are a child of the most high! Cheering you on always, your parents, and a host of family and friends who love and adore you.

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Judah M. Francella 1st day of 6th &12th grade. You have brought our family nothing but joy. Congratulations!! Keep moving to your 'riddim'. :-) We are so proud of you. Love, Mom, Dad, Nana, Auntie, Karl, Uncle Michael, Paul, Corey &Tory.

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The

Editors

Ariella is coeditor in chief of the yearbook for her second year. Along with Kishan, she ensures that all school events are being covered with quotes and photos, staff is efficiently trained, checking pages, and help photograph events on campus. She Ariella Uribe '21 values the experiences and memories that yearbook have created since freshmen year. Ariella enjoys writing on the yearbook board to visually plan out the page layouts.

Kishan is coeditor in chief of the yearbook for his second year. Along with Ariella, he is tasked with making sure all school events are covered, training the staff, overlooking pages, and photographing events around campus. He most values the Kishan Mangru '21 leadership that comes with the role and sharing the experience he has gained after three years of yearbook. Kishan also enjoys carrying around a camera at all times to take photos of events at a moment's notice.

Mr. Capozzalo is the Faculty Yearbook Advisor. He offers feedback on layouts and copy and helps make sure the staff is meeting our deadlines throughout the year. He says, "I love seeing my students take ownership over their work, starting new pieces without any prompting from me. That's how I know we're on the right track."

Raleigh Capozzalo

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Avivi works on the Visual and Performing Arts Section. Creating templates is one of her favorite parts. She also enjoys taking photos for the amazing art pieces and shows. Avivi is glad to work on the yearbook and record all the wonderful events.

Avivi Li '22

Karina works on the Visual and Performing Arts Section. In the section she: makes layouts, conducts interviews, and covers art events at Masters–like the Winter Musical, Jazz Concert, and Dance Company. Her favorite part about being in yearbook staff is taking her love for the arts, and turning that passion into beautiful spreads that highlight the talent of Masters artists.

Karina Mangru '23

Jordyn is one of the Sports Section Coordinators. She plans interviews with players, take photos of games and teams, and designs the sports section in the yearbook. She enjoys being in yearbook because she now knows how to take good photos.

Jordyn White '23

Hanna works as one of the Sports Section Coordinators. She schedules the team photos for the Upper and Middle School, interviews players and senior captains regarding their respective team, and covers many team season recaps by speaking with coaches and players. Being in Yearbook has allowed her to be creative when designing each of the pages.

Hanna Schiciano '23

Tanner Dandridge '23

Miranda works on the Students Activities Section. She goes to events on campus to take pictures for specific pages, i.e. boarding events, MLK, club events, etc. Miranda's favorite part of being in yearbook is being able to create and take part in something that is a big part of the school. She also loves taking pictures, so yearbook if a perfect combination of those two things.

Miranda Dennis '23

Kathy works on the Middle School Section. She creates the layout of the page, gets pictures, schedules interviews, writes captions, and adds finishing touches. Her favorite part about the yearbook is the creativity around it and getting to format pages. She says, "It’s therapeutic and it’s the part of the yearbook process in which I get to put in the most creativity."

Katherine Christie '23

Lauren takes charge of the Portraits Section. She is in charge of doing interviews, writing captions and finding old photos of our school. She also works on the senior section where she put in the half pages. Her favorite part of yearbook was putting in the pictures for the portraits section and seeing how the school has grown.

The Staff

Lauren Marlowe '23

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Tanner works on the Student Activities Section. His job consists of covering clubs and student activities on campus. Some of the pages I've covered are the Martin Luther King Day spread, the Semi-Formal spread, and the clubs section.


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Saying goodbye to...

Raleigh Capozzalo

Annually, the yearbook staff chooses someone to dedicate the book to, whether from the significant mark the person left or their departure from the Masters School. This year we are dedicating the yearbook to Mr. Capozzalo. He joined fall of 2017 and for the past three years has taught yearbook, photography, videography, and game design, as well as an advisor to seven students. He has been key to the visual arts program and will be missed next year. Mr. Capozzalo is also an alum of Masters year 2013 and started in the Middle School. He will be going on to freelance as a videographer and we wish him luck! Thank you for the past three years.

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- Jake Lehrman '21 Thank you Mr. Capozzalo for being such a great teacher! I have learned a lot from your class and am grateful.

-Nova Rivers '20 It's been a great three years working with you. I'm glad we were able to create the school's yearbook.

-Kishan Mangru '21 In the past two years, I have learnt animation and video production from you and worked on yearbook and the Great Gig with you. Thank you so much for bringing me into the field of digital art and I will keep exploring. Wishing you good luck and all the best in the future! - Wennan Li '22 Mr. Capozzalo, the video lab won't be the same without you! You will be missed, happy trails.

-Yevheniia Nykonorova '21 I can't believe it has been three years working on yearbook. It had been a truly meaningful experience and one I hope to offer the staff next year. Thank you for everything.

-Ariella Uribe '21

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B Bahamundi, Claress 98, 118

Bajraktari, Mike 113 Baker, Miles 47, 50, 51, 126 Balcetis, Jonas 10, 21 Barantsevitch, Kyla 52, 54, 126 Barantsevitch, Maia 50, 51, 92, 118 Barnaby, Christopher 96, 122 Barnes, Emma 10, 16, 21 Barnes, Madeleine 10, 16, 18, 19 Barnet, Zachary 4, 5, 6, 7, 39, 53, 83, 87, 142, 144, 149 Barnett, Zev 54, 114 Barrios, Brendon 64, 65, 92, 117 Barshay, Joshua 50, 51, 94, 118 Basch, Chloe 14, 26, 28 Bascon, Jaden 63, 98, 99, 118, 247 Bashew, Ava 42, 54, 65, 80, 118 Bataller, Rebeca 61, 116 Batista, Daniela 43, 46, 68, 69, 81, 122 Batson, Alexandria 4, 5, 94, 100, 149 Battleman, Amelia 10, 16 Battleman, Zachary 52, 53, 54, 55, 74, 126, 137 Battulga, Dayan 41, 53, 96, 118 Baubkus, Marc 41, 42, 43, 92, 109, 122 Bavaro, Julia 4, 5, 91, 147, 149, 191 Beauchamps, Paul 111 Beck, Charlotte 58, 70, 87, 122

Beckmann, Nathan 10 Bedard, Isabelle 116 Beev, Boris 52, 80, 94, 126 Belgrave, Cameron 38, 126 Bello, Adam 14, 18, 19, 26, 27 Benjamin, Shell 70, 117 Benson, Kyle 63, 93, 100, 122 Benson, Oliver 7, 126 Benson, Samuel 12, 26, 138 Benson, Sofia 4, 5, 7, 94, 95, 138, 144, 146, 147, 150, 224 Bergman, Rachel 70, 71, 118 Beriguete, Bianca 14, 25, 27 Bernal, Nile 32, 39, 41, 92, 126 Biddle, Ed 61, 113 Biddulph-West, Kai 12, 24, 26, 28 Black, Mali 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 47, 50, 70, 71, 80, 81, 87, 122 Blake, Madison 43, 51, 96, 122 Blanc, Adrien 37, 118 Block, Hilary 33, 89, 94, 126 Block, Riley 145, 150, 192, 223 Bloomberg, Curtis 12, 25, 26, 29 Bloomberg, Eliot 115 Bluhdorn, Anna 4, 5, 53, 141, 146, 150, 185 Boglitz, Alexa 4, 5, 138, 143, 145, 146, 150, 185, 244 Boglitz, Tyler 118, 138 Boller, Michaela 17, 116 Borowiec, Pam 115 Borowiec, Timothy 4, 5, 36, 45, 74, 75, 87, 135, 136, 137, 141, 144, 146, 147, 150, 204, 233 Borrero, Esperanza 111 Borwick, Jack 50, 51, 94, 95, 118 Borwick, Nathan 63, 100, 118 Boxer, Richard 96, 126 Boyer, John 100, 114 Bradley, Gwendolyn 146 Breault, Sean 117 Brex, Stella 72, 73, 94, 118 Brice, Sydney 122 Bridges, Tate 44, 58, 65, 122 Brose, Madeleine 14, 27 Brousset, Santiago 92, 98, 122 Brown, Alexis 42, 43, 55, 73, 98, 126 Brown, Karen 38, 39, 60, 61, 62, 110 Brown, Olivia 10 Browne, Matthew 35, 117 Browne, Stacey 114 Bugge, Brian 111 BURGOS, KEIRA 14, 17, 18, 19, 27, 233 Burton, Madison 4, 5, 6, 44, 47, 131, 135, 136, 137, 140, 147, 151, 177 Byberi, Eiler 40, 41, 151 Byrnes, Luke 54, 60, 61, 118

C Cabral-Drew, Anna 115

Camacho, Lucas 12 Camacho, Sofia 10 Campbell, Gretchen 110 Campbell, Jason 7, 122 Canty, Irvin 111 Capozzalo, Raleigh 35, 115, 250 Cardenas, Andres 41, 108 Carnavali, Julian 10, 16 Carnevale, Antoinette 8, 12, 18, 26 Carnevale, Jeff 110 Carnevale, Jennifer 112, 117 Case, Skyla 80, 87, 126 Casey, Arlene 115

Cass, Isaac 111 Castillo, Ana 50, 90, 96, 97, 118 Celaj, Adea 14, 26, 28, 31, 114 Cestaro, Gisele 118 Chang, Andrew 73, 98, 122 Chang, George 41, 63, 94, 100, 101, 122 Chappell, Mary 116 Charles, Azariah 10, 18, 19 Cheney, Brian 117 Cheng-Slater, Ronan 12, 27, 29, 98 Chernoff, Sarah 37, 90, 118 Chernomorsky, Gabrielle 55, 58, 99, 126 Chernomorsky, Samuel 12, 29 Chin, Nicholas 96, 118 Chiodo, John 115 Chollet, Juliette 4, 5, 59, 73, 143, 147, 151, 230 Christie, Katherine 53, 90, 118, 251 Church, Grayam 61, 92, 93, 126 Ciampa, Madeline 37, 47, 59, 60, 61, 63, 126 Ciannella, Barbara 117 Cienava, Alexandra 65, 126 Cohen, Cynthia 6, 7, 48, 55, 58, 71, 126, 206 Cohen, Talia 7, 47, 53, 54, 122 Colebank, Jean 115 Coleman, Aiden 63, 84, 85, 126, 137 Coleman, Charles 96, 126 Comerford, Michael 115 Comora, William 96, 118 Condon, Logan 112 Connelly, Aeden 173 Conway, Tyler 4, 5, 62, 143, 147, 151 Cools, Tim 35, 46, 100, 126, 141 Cooper, Charlie 52, 94, 96, 118 Coore, Haile 42, 50, 63, 70, 71, 72, 73, 86, 118 Copland, Ariana 4, 5, 36, 67, 68, 69, 72, 73, 75, 82, 86, 87, 145, 152, 206 Corrao, Diana 111 Corrigan, Audrey 38, 39, 53, 54, 65, 135, 137, 147, 152, 188, 205, 215 Cotliar, Zachary 12 Couri, Michael 96, 122 Cowhey, Ellen 40, 41, 61, 62, 117, 146 Cowin, Kai 48, 52, 54, 98, 126 Crowley, Satya 12, 26 Crump, Kenneth 98, 118 Cruz, Richard 113 Curnin-Shane, Patrick 55, 57, 58, 60, 67, 70, 71, 72, 122 Currie, Lina 111 Custer, Tim 112

D Da Costa, Cristina 116

Dandridge, Tanner 50, 51, 63, 118, 251 Danforth, Laura 16, 41, 110, 129 Daniello, Dakota 96, 97, 118 Darmanovic, Stefan 96, 121, 122 Dehgan, Sara 10, 21 Del Monte, Emerson 7, 52, 57, 92, 126 Delahanty, Anna 113 DeLeo, Frank 111 Dennis, Julian 92 Dennis, Michelle 115 Dennis, Miranda 35, 92, 118, 251 Derby, Danae 115

Desiderio, Francesco 92, 100, 118 Diamond, Edward 98, 122 Diaz, Briana 43, 49, 53, 63, 90, 98, 122 Diaz, Joseph 94, 126 Dicicco, Frank 111 DiDonato, Joe 110 Dieck, Eileen 61, 115 Dinana, Taha 104 Dinana, Jr., Taha 4, 5, 32, 100, 101, 131 Donald, Judy 112 Dowd, Eric 4, 5, 7, 44, 47, 64, 91, 92, 131, 140, 146, 152, 234 Drew, Peter 12, 16, 26, 29 Driscoll, Ellen 116 du Boulay, Ladane 39, 41, 116 du Boulay, Taliya 50, 51, 63, 100 Dugan, Leron 4, 5, 59, 136, 143, 177 Dumaine, Caroline 54, 114 Dundas, Eleanor 63, 90, 108, 118 Dunne, Craig 111 Duval, Katharine 7, 36, 77, 126 Dyott, Nathaniel 92, 93, 96, 98, 122

E Ebersole, Curt 73, 117

Edelson, Owen 98, 118 Edwards, Timothy 12, 29 Eisenbeis, Ana Lucia 54, 63, 94, 118 Eisenbeis, Henry 48, 49, 92, 96, 119 Eisenberg, Oliver 12, 29 Eismont, Sara Ann 112 Eli Rubinson, Annie Rubinson 224 Elkind, Lili 7, 32, 36, 46, 94, 126 Elsbach, Tasha 17, 110 Emery, Aviv 14, 17, 18, 19, 26, 31 Emery, Miriam 54, 114 Emery, Neoma 43, 77, 90, 126 Emery, Nikita-Lev 122 Eng, Tara 110 Epes, Elizabeth 49, 57, 58, 73, 98, 126 Erkal, Erez 10, 21 Estime, Alexis 63, 94, 98, 119

F Faber, Sarah 4, 5, 45, 51, 54, 57, 59,

62, 65, 131, 142, 152, 183 Fabian, Annabel 38, 39, 60, 66, 67, 71, 72, 87, 109, 122 Fabian, James 10, 16 Falci, Raymond 94, 119 Fan, Yi Lin 126 Faure, Marbod 7, 32 Favre, Nolwenn 41, 82, 90, 126 Feiner, Alexander 53, 142, 153, 203 Fellas, Nora 4, 5, 52, 55, 56, 62, 63, 69, 83, 142, 144, 153, 176, 221 FELTON, JAELYN 6, 38, 51, 60, 96, 131, 145, 153, 182, 247 Ferguson, Ryan 6, 46, 55, 92, 126 Ferrando, David 48, 49, 92, 96, 119 Ferrando, Marco 63, 92, 108, 119 Fink, Mitchell 6, 52, 62, 100, 126 Finkelstein, Hilary 112 Fischer, Andrea 112 Fish, Robert 39, 41, 100, 117 Florian, Dominic 43, 52, 64, 92, 98, 126 Florian, Hannah 43, 47, 51, 53, 56, 92, 93, 98, 119

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Galantic, Isabella 12, 20, 26, 28, 31 Gantcher, Danielle 70, 73, 122, 137 Garcia, Michael 4, 5, 7, 41, 52, 147, 173, 194, 205, 227 Garg, Arnav 4, 5, 100, 131, 136, 143, 154 Gary, Lorelei 11, 21 Gatty, Christopher 96, 119 Güngör, Nil Sera 52, 179 Gelblum, Claudia Glenne 11, 18 Gilmartin, Dorian 4, 5, 51, 94, 100, 106, 141, 145, 147, 155, 237, 238 Gilmore, Reed 7, 59, 62, 100, 126 Gimple, Adam 111 Ginsburg, Jonah 136, 173 Gitlin, josh 221 Gitlin, Joshua 4, 5, 135, 136, 140, 146, 147, 155 Glaser, Dylan 12, 27 Godwin, Sabine 46, 92, 100, 101, 119 Goldberg, Zoe 47, 155 Golden, Avalon 42, 53, 55, 90, 119 Goldrich, Max 242 Goldrich, Maxwell 4, 5, 73, 85, 155, 193 Gonzalez-Koehne, Ayla 47, 127 Gorin, Maxwell 50, 51, 100, 122 Gormley, Ed 42, 110, 111 Gormley, Nancy 42, 111, 114, 136, 137 Gorobets, Anastasiia 41, 48, 57, 58, 63, 94, 95, 127 Gossett, Jagger 96, 119 Gotthelf, Samuel 37, 119 Gould, Alana 7, 90, 94, 95, 122 Graham, Dillon 96, 127 Grand, Sophie 33, 54, 59, 62, 94, 127 Grasheim, Caleb 8, 11, 16, 21 Greally, Frank 114 Greally, Susan 112 Green, Lisa 114 Grier, Sabian 4, 5, 146, 173 Grif, Anthony 92, 119 Grizzaffi, Carly 48, 52, 55, 57, 63, 98, 99, 127 Grodin, Reggie 14, 97

H Haas, Charlie 12, 27

Hack, Andrew 96, 127 Hack, Tyler 49, 58, 63, 98, 108, 119 Hajjar, Cheryl 115 Hall, Chelsea 4, 5, 38, 61, 145, 146, 156, 229 Hallock, Dell 55, 98, 122 Halpern, Arielle 56, 122 Halprin, Kendall 14, 26, 27, 28, 233 Halprin, Quinn 50, 51, 90, 119 Hamerling, Tyler 73, 98, 119 Han, Anthony 14 Han, Wangjuncheng 4, 5, 173 Hantgan, Matthew 12, 27 Harper, Alex 113 Hauser, Adriana 111 Hazarika-Tamucci, Mona 110 He, Jie 4, 5, 41, 57, 75, 85, 157, 180 Heredia, Carlos 94, 98, 119 Hernandez, Mack 46, 96, 122 Hernandez, Ozue 111 Herzberg, Sophia 4, 5, 7, 38, 52, 59, 90, 135, 137, 147, 157, 194, 219 Hewitt, Connie 113 Hickey, Peggy 110 Higgins, Molly 7, 47, 50, 53, 122 Higgins, Owen 50, 122 Hildreth, Stephen 116 Hise, Eleanor 12, 26, 29 Hohl, Carolyn 53, 54, 63, 77, 99, 127 Holliday, Sam 240 Horn, Aurora 14 Horowitz, Jack 4, 5, 97, 136, 137, 157, 236 Horton, Leo 14, 27, 28 Hruska, Baird 37, 92, 100, 119 Hsu, Leo 4, 5, 38, 41, 100, 101, 130, 145, 157, 195 Hudson, Jazmine 34, 35, 39, 46, 66, 70, 71, 72, 87, 127 Hughes, Jennifer 116 Hurley, Rene 114 Hutchings, Charles 12, 29 Hutt, Jason 117 Hyun, Jiah 41, 50, 57, 64, 75, 85, 122

IIgielski, Erica 110

Im, Joshua 41, 100, 123 Ioukhnovets, Misha 12, 26, 31 Ioukhnovets, Vasilisa 33, 37, 51, 57, 59, 63, 90, 98, 127 Isaacson, India 59, 62, 135, 136, 137, 157, 189 Isely-Rice, Charles 127 Israel, Madeline 51, 119 Israel, Ryan 46, 68, 69, 78, 123 Ives, Matthew 62, 117

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Jacobs, Jessica 4, 5, 140, 145, 146, 158 Jaggernauth, Neil 61, 115 Jaggi, Sujata 112 Jakes, Caleb 61, 73, 123 Jan, Mae 116 Jarecki, Mackenzie 4, 5, 59, 131, 144, 147, 158, 198, 210 Jarrin Arrivillaga, Monica 119 Ji, Li 4, 5, 38, 40, 41, 146, 173, 202 Ji, Sumin 41, 63, 99, 127 Ji, JI, Li 81 Jin, Jong Woo 41 Jinete, Christian 11 Joffe, Elizabeth 127 Johnke, Brian 100, 127 Jorge, Andrew 127 Jorge, Rosa 11

K Kadiyala, Sydney 115

Kammrath, Mathew 36, 115 Karpinos, Jonathan 116 Kasoff, Katherine 58, 100, 127 Kassell-Yung, Noah 92, 93, 96, 119 Katznelson, Emma 112 Kaye, Shelly 63, 114 Keller, Gabriel 4, 5, 36, 45, 59, 62, 74, 82, 87, 136, 137, 138, 142, 158, 247 Keller, Maia 53, 73, 76, 87, 90, 123, 138 Kenna, John 44, 57, 98, 123 Kennerly, Immanuelle 12, 20, 26, 28 Kief, Anna 127 Kim, Hank 36, 115 Kim, Isabella M. 11 Kim, Isabella S. 12, 26, 31 Kitchen, Keith 116 Klein, Alex 245 Klein, Alexander 14, 28 Knauss, Louisa 11 Knauss, Theodore 14, 25, 28 Knowles, Olivia 4, 5, 6, 59, 68, 76, 82, 86, 87, 90, 136, 137, 141, 146, 158, 188, 189, 246 Ko, Nayoung 7, 41, 42, 56, 65, 70, 71, 100, 127 Koffler, Melissa 6, 65, 127 Kohler, Haakon 55, 82, 119 Kolker, Clara 52, 55, 57, 63, 77, 123, 138 Kolker, Jonas 52, 53, 138, 140, 146, 147, 159, 189, 217 Korb, Julianne 14, 24, 26 Koziarz, Allison 7, 36, 96, 127 Kramer, Duncan 127 Kreeger, Harry 11 Kreeger, Oliver 14, 24, 25 Kreutzer, Hannah 4, 5, 90, 131, 135, 136, 137, 142, 146, 147, 159, 184, 235 Kriss, Jacob 4, 5, 62, 143, 147, 159 Kritzer, Alexander 11 Kyo, Marie 55, 73, 80, 81, 87, 123

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Madkins, Julee 110 Madkins, Olivia 63, 90, 120 Mafuru, Rachel 90, 96, 120 Mah, Ryan 10 Maher, Grace 14, 24, 25, 26 Mainsah, Kuzanga 89, 96, 97, 128 Maiorino, Ellie 12, 24, 25, 26, 31 Manfredi, Jackson 123 Mangru, Karina 32, 35, 51, 56, 94, 98, 120 Mangru, Kishan 6, 7, 35, 50, 61, 63, 65, 98, 128, 250 Mann, David 4, 5, 63, 92, 96, 136, 137, 144, 162, 217 Mann, Francesca 6, 7, 16, 37, 49, 92, 93, 100, 128 Manzano, Charles 28, 53, 63, 73, 80, 108, 120 Manzano, Rose 11, 21 Marbury, Stephon 96, 97, 120 Margolis, Brian 4, 5, 6, 36, 63, 145, 146, 147, 162, 196, 216 Marlowe, Lauren 32, 51, 53, 56, 92, 93, 100, 120, 251 Marlowe, Madeline 47, 51, 53, 90, 120 Marlowe, Taylor 12, 26, 28 Marx, Seth 112 Mason, Jake 14, 25, 28 Masseroli, Nicolas 7 Massingue, Noemia 4, 5, 6, 7, 33, 39, 40, 41, 96, 97, 107, 141, 145, 162, 178 Masters, Edward 69, 86, 128 Mathas, Ella 53, 57, 94, 123 Mathas, Timothy 7, 36, 47, 62, 96, 97, 128 Mattison, Henry 53, 94, 111, 128 McCallum, Maison 43, 73, 100, 123 McCarthy, Lorelei 78, 79, 82, 83, 120 McGregor, Marcus 11 McGuire, Jason 6, 46, 128 McLaren, Aidan 98, 121, 123 McNamee, Dana 114 McWhinnie, Muriel 4, 5, 90, 99, 136, 137, 139, 140, 144, 162, 176, 236 McWhinnie, Rowan 53, 92, 93, 123, 139 Meadows, Katie 117 Medina, Daniel 92, 96, 123 Medina, David 92, 96, 120 Medina, Kayla 112 Melnick, Dahlia 50, 53, 59, 90, 123 Meltzer, Aidan 100, 120 Meng, Ru 41, 50, 57, 64, 75, 85, 128 Mercedes, Roberto 116 Merrill, Elisabeth 65, 114 Meskin, Giselle 63, 90, 120 Mestyan, Stephanie 115 Meyer, Nathan 48, 49, 100, 124 Meyer, Theo 14, 25 Miller, Max 128 Milward, Charles 14, 24, 25, 244

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O O'Connell, Brian 117 O'Connor, Karin 110 O'Connor, Meg 117 O'Grady, Thomas 12, 25, 29 O'Hara, Juliette 128 O'Sullivan, Neil 113 Oakes, Elizabeth 54, 58, 100, 128 Oakes, Jonathan 100, 120 Ogilvie, Eleanor 91, 120 Ogilvie, Ellie 243 Oni, Oluwademilade 64, 92, 96, 120 Orlebeke, Alex (AP) 113 Orton, Julia 55, 124 Osherow, Dexton 11 Osherow, Madden 11, 13 Ostor, Katya 56, 110

Overton, Jacqueline 113 Ozsan-Gregori, Elisa 124 Ozturk, Zeynep 37, 50, 60, 63, 145, 163

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Q Queiroz, Ana Carolina 94, 120

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S Saavedra, Vicente 17, 115

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