The Student Newspaper of The Loomis Chaffee School

The Loomis Chaffee Log

The Student Newspaper of The Loomis Chaffee School

The Loomis Chaffee Log

The Student Newspaper of The Loomis Chaffee School

The Loomis Chaffee Log

Jessica Chastain’s Riveting Performance in A Doll’s House

Nathan Ko '23, Columnist May 28, 2023

Certain things in my life bring me fear: rejection, spiders, and actors who garnered fame through films taking on the stage. So when it was announced that Jessica Chastain, the 2021 winner of the Academy...

Daphne Wong “26

Summer Moodboards: Horoscopes Edition

Mercuri Lam '24, Melange Section Editor May 28, 2023

As a Pinterest addict, I’ve loved making mood boards since 8th grade for all sorts of ideas in my head. Enjoy what I associate with each star sign’s “mood boards” for this horoscopes issue! Aries...

The First Annual Loomis Chaffee Faculty High-Five Invitational

Brigham Cooper '24, Staff Writer May 28, 2023

Have you ever asked the truly important questions about your Loomis Chaffee teachers? Sure, some grade differently, some teach different classes, and some are even in different buildings! But how good...

We’re Breaking Up.

We’re Breaking Up.

Samantha Tishler '23 and Emily Khym '23, Editors-in-Chief Emeritae May 28, 2023

Dear Log, It saddens us that it has come to this. After four incredible years of commitment, memories, cries of laughter (and of pain), it is time for us to go our separate ways. Those long Friday nights...

Spoon Terror

A Spoonful of Strategy

Will Howley '23, Mélange Section Editor Emeritus May 28, 2023

You’ve certainly heard about it by now. The game that ruined friendships, reinforced trust issues, and had teachers wondering why the hell their students spent the last five minutes of class duct taping...

Daphne Wong ‘26

The Starving Solution

Claire Cen '26, Contributor May 28, 2023

At one fateful class meeting this April, the Environmental Proctors showed shocking images of masses of chicken tenders, heaps of soggy french fries, and garbage cans filled with congregations of Crazy...

The Junior Rising Up Ceremony

The Rising Up Ceremony Will Go Wrong.

Lillian Clark '24, Contributor May 28, 2023

You will think that it will be a wonderful spring morning in Windsor, Connecticut as the Junior class at the Loomis Chaffee School prepares to finally rise to be seniors — but maybe you will speak too...

The Origins of Your Favorite Dance Moves

Brigham Cooper '24, Staff Writer February 24, 2023

From humble beginnings to worldwide fame, the art of dance has captured the minds, hearts, and emotions of all people. Over time, the sheer volume of dances created, surfaced, and popularized has grown...

The Most Embarrassing Typos in Loomis History

Arthur Beaugeard '23, Staff Writer February 24, 2023

Whoopsie Daisy! Let’s take a look back at some of the most legendary typos in Loomis Chaffee history. That time Dr. Culbert said it was “MILK” day in an email Spare me from this painful memory...

Winter Break Highlights

Claire Cen '26, Contributor February 24, 2023

So, what happened over break? From box-office blockbusters to scandalous memoirs, this break has been memorable to say the least. In a fiasco likely impacting some of the Loomis Chaffee community, Southwest...

How to Rizz Your Interviewer

Sammy Ross '23, Staff Writer February 24, 2023

The interview is the greatest battle in the war of college admissions. You must bring people you trust, for their service is direly needed. If the interviewer thinks you don’t have friends, they will...

Rising Cases of Senioritis

Alex Park, Contributor February 24, 2023

BREAKING NEWS! Senioritis sweeps the Island. Eyes that once sparkled and bodies that once exuded positivity have become dull and lifeless. Engulfed in a depressing aura, students have walked around campus...

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