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Chloe Mintz

Chloe Mintz, Editor-in-Chief

Chloe Mintz is an Academy senior, a third-year journalist, and Editor-in-chief of Achona. When she’s not playing lacrosse; cheerleading for Jesuit; or leading Well-Read Women, Chloe enjoys Pelotoning, reading, and watching foreign television. When she’s not participating in one of her many other activities, Chloe often indulges in Trader Joe’s Peanut Butter Protein Granola, which she often pairs with a Celcius energy drink. A need-to-know fact about this year’s Editor-in-chief is her love for replicating the vernacular of an elderly man through the use of phrases such as “oh fiddlesticks” and “fudge nuggets.”  Chloe has an affinity for English, as it is her favorite subject, and this love for literature stems from the opportunity to immerse herself in a new environment separate from her day-to-day stresses. This appreciation for English, as well as her interest in politics, has inspired her to pursue a career in journalism or foreign policy, preferably whilst attending Boston College, Dartmouth College, or Georgetown University.  This year, Chloe is excited to be accepted into one of her top colleges as well as making this year of Achona TBOY.




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I think its safe to say that nobody wants to see another new variant of concern in 2022, says Oregon Health & Science  University Professor Judy Guzman-Cottrill.

Say it with me, Omicron

January 21, 2022
Your generation could certainly be environmental vigilantes. Its your generation thats driving this trend change and Im just following the cues of what an emerging consumer class is asking corporations to make. - Eric Mintz

Reuse, Reduce, Consume

November 16, 2020
With September 22 marking the beginning of autumn, apple cider cupcakes (as well as other fall favorites) are a great way to ring in the new season.

I Smell Fall (VIDEO)

October 9, 2020
Whats also really sad is we wont be able to have any parents or fans on the pool deck this year. it will just be the teams, says Elizabeth McCree (22).

Fall Sports Amid Covid-19

September 4, 2020
Soul food is a coined term that brilliantly captures the humanity and heroic effort of African-Americans to overcome centuries of oppression and create a cuisine that deliciously melds the foods and cooking techniques of West Africa, Western Europe, and the Americas. - Adrian Miller

BHM: A Soul Food How-To

February 19, 2020
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