Author: Zaynab Sanogo '19

Earthquake Q&A: Huff

January 25, 2017

“Call me a pyromaniac, when I’m lightin’ em up / Call me a Quaker when I’m spicin’ it up,” recites James Pickering under his rap moniker OG Pick on “Cycle,” an icy joyride anthem on Huff’s debut mixtape, Huff Tape: Vol. 1. The track hits the ear as a cunning millennial’s take on a single […]

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Book Review: Self-Discovery in “The Sun Is Also a Star”

January 25, 2017

Young adult books filled with adventure, romance and self discovery have dominated bookshelves and bestseller lists for years. Nicola Yoon’s 2016 novel The Sun Is Also a Star tells the story of two teenagers who meet on the streets of New York and fall in love. After reading Yoon’s debut novel, Everything, Everything, I had […]

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Photos: Women’s March in New York

January 24, 2017

  On January 21st, Earthquake‘s Kate Kearns ’19 took photographs at the women’s march in New York City.                

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Waymo Aims Big with Self-Driving Cars

January 23, 2017

Steve Jobs famously told former Google CEO Larry Page that his company “did too much stuff.” Google, a company that is today worth $498 billion dollars has never revolved around a single product or idea. Their most known product, Google Search, is only a small piece of their always-growing portfolio. In 2010 Google X, Google’s “moonshot” […]

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When Kardashians Feel Better, We Feel Worse

January 23, 2017

From scandalous sex tapes to complex divorces, Americans are united in recognizing the “KarJenners” by their dramatic lifestyle.  Kim Kardashian, the first celebrity in the family, has an immense social media presence and therefore affects millions of lives. In this technologically advanced generation, it can only be hoped that those who influence the world around them, especially […]

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Audio: First “Coffeehouse” of 2016 A Success

November 21, 2016

This November the Hargroves Center hosted the first Upper School Coffeehouse performance of 2016. Will McQuillan, ’19 sat down with student leader Evan Gorski, ’17 and Upper School Student Activity Director Andrew Lee to discuss the show in Earthquake’s first ever audio news story (listen below).      

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