The official student newspaper of Lower Merion High School since 1929

The Merionite

The official student newspaper of Lower Merion High School since 1929

The Merionite

The official student newspaper of Lower Merion High School since 1929

The Merionite

Playback: reviewing LM’s COVID-19 response
Playback: reviewing LM’s COVID-19 response
The 2020-21 school year was one of the most difficult to date for everyone. In conversations with more than forty students, teachers, administrators, and parents, taking a look back on this year, it was revealed why certain decisions were made, what people thought of them, and the ramifications they had on the entire community in this uncertain time.
Rebecca Altman '21, Davis Giangiulio ’21, Jacqueline Munis ’21, and Sydney Halpern '21
Graphic by Emmi Wu 23/Staff
Vaccine rollout
Montgomery County has made the vaccine available to anyone over sixteen. In this article, the writer explores how much of the LM study body has received the vaccine. Additionally, it features quotes from interviews with students about their experience, as well as county officials.
Lila Schwartzberg '24, Writer
Copeland reflects on his accomplishments and the obstacles he faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. | Photo courtesy of Amy Buckman
Copeland and his lasting legacy
As Copeland finds himself retiring, he recounts the times he had at LM. He explains his plans for retirement and how this school year influenced the new middle school.
Michelle Kelly '23, Copy Editor
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Brandi Levy posted a snapchat message the school considered inappropriate. | Graphic by Emmi Wu 23/Staff
Editorial: Free but fair student speech
Merionite Editorial Staff
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PlayersFest included many different acts, encompassing a broad range of theater. Included here are Hard to be The Bard, from Something Rotten, Rainbow Connection, from The Muppet Movie, and Rosencrantz & Guildernstern are Dead, an excerpt from the play. | Graphics by Emmi Wu 23/Staff
... and the show goes on
Julia Dubnoff '23, Arts & Entertainment Editor
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Saluting our seniors
Saluting our seniors
Alex Frankel '22, Sports Editor
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