"The Catcher in the Rye" is a trademark novel in a Castilleja student
Where did Holden Caulfield Go?: How the English curriculum at Castilleja is diversifying
By Jesse Gross | March 19, 2021

Many of us have that one specific book from English class that struck a nerve of intrigue or happened to say the right thing at the right time. For me, that book was "The Catcher in the Rye" in 9th grade. While the book itself...

2020, despite very secluding, opened our minds to new genres and flavors of music.
Soundtrack of my COVID year: Quarantine favorites
By Jesse Gross | March 25, 2021

Through this insanely isolating and seemingly never-ending year, I myself have been searching for creative ways to stay sane. Along with all of the free hours that the pandemic...

As Covid vaccinations roll out across the country, many a person wonder who is next?
"Keeping equity at the forefront": Inequalities in vaccine distribution
By Loralei Rohrbach | March 25, 2021

It’s no secret that we’ve all been praying for an effective vaccine to come out to solve all of our COVID-19 problems. However, now that...

The Castilleja Fitness Department
Behind the scenes: What goes into making the Castilleja athletics playlists?
By Serafina Cortez | March 11, 2021

Have you ever been struggling through a workout, but then a song comes on, and suddenly, it feels like you are flying? It has to be the right...

The Soapbox: Interview with Author-in-Residence Kazim Ali
The Soapbox: Interview with Author-in-Residence Kazim Ali
By Anushka Srinivasan and Alister Sharp | March 17, 2021

Anushka ('22) and Alister ('22) created a podcast called The Soapbox, dedicated to amplifying the experiences of women, BIPOC, and other marginalised...

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