Friar's Lantern

Billy Carlini ’19

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February 1, 2017

"I think the idea of trips could be pretty innovative. It could evolve our learning in terms of focusing on one subject, suppose that we wanted to pursue that in college. It would be very helpful. Maybe we could focus on somethi...

Jack Boyle ’19

Editor

February 1, 2017

"I feel like the J-Term should be filled with SAT test prep for sophomores and juniors. Maybe not seniors, because they’ve already taken them, and then freshman could focus on something else."

Gavin McHugh ’19

Editor

February 1, 2017

"I think the J-Term should be filled with an academic course. Being able to focus into one academic subject or course would be very beneficial to students. This I think will help them be able to focus on one specific type of l...

Michael Hussey ’19

Editor

February 1, 2017

"I think academic trips would be amazing – to see kids go all over the country and world, like Spanish classes going to Spain or Mexico. Also, you could fulfill an entire course in the J-Term if you did all day, every day."

Brendan Flynn ’20

Editor

February 1, 2017

I really like the idea of an extracurricular trip. I like to travel, and I think it’d be a good idea to travel abroad or study in another state.

Brendan Taylor ’20

Editor

February 1, 2017

"Honestly, I don’t know. I was a fan of the quarter system. I don’t know if I’m going to be a fan of the new system. Maybe put in another break. You kinda get a little break in between quarters to reload for the next quarter,...

Max Armenti ’18

Editor

February 1, 2017

"I’m not exactly sure. My thing about the schedule is that it works well enough right now, so I don’t see any reason to change it."

Phil Kramer ’18

Editor

February 1, 2017

"I personally don’t agree with it. I feel like it’s wasting time that can cover other classes. Especially if you’re taking APs, it can be really hard because the AP curriculum because it’s set on the public school schedule...

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