What’s the Beat?

This week at TA I set out to get a small sampling of what our community’s music taste is. Here are some of our respondents and their answers: Maxwell Vickery ’19; Can’t Get Over You by Joji Jakob Kingdon ’22; Lucid Dreams by Juice WRLD Cove Beaudoin ’19; Drip Too Hard by Lil Baby and […]

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Maine Brew Bar, where beer meets soap.

Crystal Kepler began her soap business a few summers ago in the kitchen of her Saco home. She wanted to find an activity that would allow her to bond with her daughter Emma, who is a vegan. Kepler knew that there weren’t many commercial soaps that had vegan options, so she decided to start her […]

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Early Birds vs. Night Owls

There are two different types of people in the world; early birds and night owls. Some people wake up at 5am and get a million things done before 9am. Then, there are some people who wake up late and start off their day by getting ready for school or work in 15 minutes or less, […]

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Learning Dead Languages in the Modern Day

  Latin, a language that hasn’t been spoken since approximately 675 AD, is the basis of romance languages like French, Italian, and English. The Latin language rose and fell with the Roman Empire. During the Classical Period, the language was used in three ways; classical oratorical Latin, written Latin, and colloquial Latin. Latin stays alive […]

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Where to be This Summer

5 Cool Places to Visit in Maine   Rattlesnake Pool, Blueberry Mountain Located in Evans Notch Maine, approximately 2 hours from Saco. This easy hike leads you to a small swimming pool. Rattlesnake pool has the clearest crystal blue water in Maine, but it is very cold. It is surrounded by lush green plants and […]

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Learning Dead Languages In The Modern Day

Latin, a language that hasn’t been spoken since approximately 675 AD, is the basis of romance languages like French, Italian, and English. The Latin language rose and fell with the Roman Empire. During the Classical Period, the language was used in three ways; classical oratorical Latin, written Latin, and colloquial Latin. Latin stays alive today […]

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Get to really know caffeine

What exactly is caffeine? Our school cafeteria sells almost 200 cups of coffee a day. They sell even more on rainy days, maybe because students need a little extra energy when it is dark and dreary out. 20 years ago there was no coffee sold in the school cafeteria and only only one coffee shop […]

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Educating students for more than 200 years.