Articles by Gabby Alfveby

Alex Gallagher: his legacy at Noble & Greenough

By Gabby Alfveby Most people have never heard of Noble & Greenough or its women’s basketball program. The boarding school sits on the Charles River and is located just 10 miles from Boston with a small student body of only 630 students. But despite their…


The epidemic of cellphones

By Sophia Cardona Cellphones, the epidemic of our generation, are falling into the hands of young ones.  Cellphones have become an extension of the human body. Kids, now more than ever, are exposed to easy and quick access to technological devices which could have a…


The health impacts of backpacks on college students

By Kelsey Hearns In today’s world, a college student would not suspect pain from the one thing that gets them through the school day, yet this is unfortunately the case.  From a young age, students have used backpacks as a functional way to carry their…






Free Arlo: A Star Emerges From L.A.

By Gabby Alfveby Musicians are everywhere but aren’t always discovered. Free Arlo is a musician from San Pedro, California near LA.  Free Arlo is a stage name used by musician Chance Famighetti. Famighetti didn’t always enjoy music. “I was forced to read music and I…


Afghanistan Depicted Wrongly

By Gabby Alfveby It’s been more than a year since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan after the U.S. pulled the rest of its troops out, leaving many of the Afghan people and the country devastated by harsh conditions, war, and an authoritarian regime. But Afghan-Americans,…


North Korea: Escaping is Nearly Impossible

By Gabby Alfveby A society where corpses lie in the streets, the concepts of love and friendship aren’t known, and a dictator is a “hero”; this is North Korea. Western societies live luxurious lifestyles compared to North Korea. Americans and even their close South Korean…