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What was your least favorite food as a child? --- “My least favorite food as a child was easily broccoli; my parents often had to resort to bribes to get me to eat it. Now, I wouldn’t say I hate it, but I also cannot eat it unless there’s a fair amount of string cheese melted on top of it.”-Mr. Brandon Jefferson [Class of 2009], Center for Teaching and Learning
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Hannah Williams December 18, 2020


MBS Welcomes New Head of Upper School Ryan Liese
Ari Bersch December 18, 2020

Photo Credit: Ari Bersch New MBS Head of Upper School, Ryan Liese   When MBS students resumed on-campus instruction for the first time since mid-March, they were greeted by more than...

Trevor Packer, senior vice president of AP and instruction of CollegeBoard announces via Twitter the changes to the 2020 AP Exams.
Along with the Rest of Education, AP Exams Go Virtual
Ari Bersch, Editor • June 2, 2020

In response to the nationwide closure of schools due the COVID-19 pandemic, CollegeBoard transformed its Advanced Placement (AP) Exams, taken by upwards of five million high school students globally each...

A closed field during the pandemic.
COVID-19: The Environmental Impact
Matthew Wang, Staff Writer • June 2, 2020

Lately, the streets of New York City are empty, greenhouse gas levels are down all over the world, and nature seems to be healing itself. The current global crisis has altered the lives of so many people....

Learning the Art of French Cooking
Emily Freelund, Staff Writer • June 2, 2020

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Ari Bersch
Ari Bersch
Editor-in-Chief, Arts & Entertainment Editor

Ari Bersch is a senior at Morristown-Beard School and Editor-in-Chief of Crimson Sun.  He has been a student at the School since 2017 entering his freshman year.  As writer and editor for Crimson Sun...