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High school students’ writings

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:

The Dalton Annals: A Journal of History, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1969

 Item — Box HS Student Publications Box 01: [31002010061728]
Abstract, Scope, Contents “This present journal recalls the name of Bloch’s Annales d’historie economique et sociale to remind students that the writing of history is indeed a craft, and one worth mastery. With one exception, the papers presented here were written by students in the high school. One 8th grade paper was included because of its sensitivity.”
Dates: Publication: 1969

The Dalton Culinary Review [digital]

 Digital Work
Identifier: 13.5.3DCRdigital
Dates: Publication: 2011

The Dalton Culinary Review, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2011

 Item — Box HS Student Publications Box 01: [31002010061728]
Abstract, Scope, Contents The “2011 Food Symposium” was the main focus of this high school student publication including an overview of the event and descriptions of the speakers. There are also articles covering food related topics including sustainable agriculture, how the Dalton community eats at home, and a recipe for Moroccan chicken stew.
Dates: Publication: 2011

The Dalton Voice, January 12, 1982-November 1982

 Series — Box HS Student Publications Box 01: [31002010061728]
Abstract, Scope, Contents Published in 1982, this weekly high school student newspaper included news articles, coming events, editorials, essays, short stories, and poetry. “The Dalton Voice is for all students who would just like to enjoy the power of writing, the personal pleasure of putting pen to paper.”
Dates: Publication: January 12, 1982-November 1982

The Dalton Voice [digital]

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 13.5.3DVdigital
Dates: Publication: January 12, 1982-November 1982

The Daltonian

 Collection
Identifier:  13.5.3-Daltonian
Abstract, Scope, Contents The Daltonian is the Dalton School's high school student newspaper. The newspaper has been published continuously since 1933. The collection begins with Volume 1, Number 2, 1933 - the very first issue is not extant.
Dates: Publication: 1933-ongoing

The Daltonian [digital]

 Digital Collection
Identifier: 13.5.3Daltdigital
Dates: Publication: 1933-ongoing

The Last Word: A Commentary on Dalton Life, Issue #1, November 1994

 Item — Box HS Student Publications Box 02: [31002010061736]
Abstract, Scope, Contents Senior high school students with an interest in writing, debate, and commentary, created The Last Word. “The Last Word takes issues involving the Dalton community and comments on them.” The inaugural issue, November 1994, is the only issue in the collection.
Dates: Publication: November 1994

The Last Word: A Commentary on Dalton Life, Issue #1 [digital]

 Digital Work
Identifier: 13.5.3LWdigital
Dates: Publication: November 1994

The Left Bank, No. 1, undated (circa 1969)

 Item — Box HS Student Publications Box 02: [31002010061736]
Abstract, Scope, Contents “The roots of The Left Bank come out of the growing dissatisfaction with the war in Vietnam and the racial turmoil in America.” This high school student newspaper was a journal of opinion designed as an answer to “the unwillingness of the Daltonian to publish anything of a highly controversial nature. “ Unlike The Daltonian, it was not an official student publication of the Dalton School. The inaugural issue is the only issue in the collection.
Dates: Publication: undated (circa 1969)