About The Mirror

The Mirror is Northwood School’s student-run newspaper. In its earliest form, when the School was affiliated with the Lake Placid Club, it was known as The Migrator. The paper transitioned to its current name in 1927 and won numerous Columbia Scholastic Press Association awards for excellence in scholastic journalism. For many years, The Mirror was advised by Mrs. Linda Friedlander and then Mr. Jeff Edwards. In 2008, Northwood’s advancement staff took over publishing The Mirror until the paper went dark a year later. In 2015, as part of an independent study project, Nikita Tafazoli ’16 recruited a staff of student writers and brought back The Mirror as a student-led publication. Her goal was to give Northwood students a platform to showcase their writing and to bring the Northwood School community to the larger world and to bring the larger world to Northwood. Today, The Mirror is staffed by a journalism class taught by The Mirror‘s advisor, Mr. Spear, as well as volunteer contributing writers. In the midstof the global coronavirus pandemic, the Mirror went on hiatus for the first trimester of the 2020-21 school year. The Mirror‘s 86th editor-in-chief is yet to be appointed.

The Mirror is funded by gifts to the Northwood Fund. Thank you.

The 86th Staff of The Mirror
Click on the name or photo to see articles written by the staffer.
[Click here for previous staff]

Marina Alvarez ’21

Staff Writer
Meggan Cramer ’21

Staff Writer

Sara Ellsworth ’21
Staff Writer

Rachel Hinkley ’21

Staff Writer

Mackenzie Hull ’21

Staff Writer

MJ Prince ’22
Staff Writer
Austin Scheine ’21

Staff Writer
Zheqi Wang ’21

Staff Writer

The Mirror’s faculty advisor for 2018-19 is Mr. John Spear ’88.

The Mirror is a member of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.

All staff photos, and the photo on the site header, are by Mr. Michael Aldridge.

The Mirror was established in 1927
© 2015-2019 by the Staff of The Mirror
The Mirror's Policy Manual and Style Guide.
The Mirror is funded by gifts to the Northwood Fund. Thank you.

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