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Wild Turkeys Visit Campus

Wild Turkeys Visit Campus

David Cutler, Adviser April 12, 2021
History teacher David Cutler spots two turkeys, who explored campus early Monday.
Gator Announces Next Year's Leadership

Gator Announces Next Year’s Leadership

Gator Editorial Board March 31, 2021
The publication will be lead by the youngest and most award-winning student journalists in the newsroom's history.
Digital illustration by Edan Zinn '23.

Podcast: Fighting the Pandemic with Dr. Kathy Taylor

Karly Hamilton, Editor-in-Chief March 31, 2021
Dr. Kathy Taylor comments on the vaccine rollout, different types of vaccines, and vaccine hesitancy. 
Gator Wins CSPA Gold Crown

Gator Wins CSPA Gold Crown

Gator Staff March 19, 2021
Winning this most prestigious award brought tears of joy to Adviser David Cutler's eyes. "The only other time that I've cried tears of joy like this was right before my wedding and right after the birth of my son," he said.
Photo purchased from BigStock.com.

Editorial Board Apologizes for Lapse in Judgement

Gator Editorial Board February 24, 2021
The editorial board committed a lapse in judgement regarding the lead photograph of "Students, Teachers Debate Camera Requirements on Zoom."
What are you doing when your camera is turned off on Zoom during classes?

Poll: Why Do You Turn Off Your Zoom Camera?

Jackson Ostrowski, Cartoonist February 24, 2021
Take our poll and check out Natalie Kozhemiakin's recent article, "Teachers Debate Camera Requirements on Zoom."
A dozen student hiked Lynn Woods Reservation hiked Lynn Woods Reservation Sunday. 

Outdoor Ed Hikes Lynn Woods Reservation

Sophia Spring, Multimedia Manager February 23, 2021

A dozen student hiked Lynn Woods Reservation hiked Lynn Woods Reservation Sunday, enjoying nice weather.

Eleanor Reyelt '23 is making a splash on social media, selling necklaces, earrings and rings.

Student Entrepreneur Sells Jewelry Online

Sophia Spring, Multimedia Manager February 17, 2021
Eleanor Reyelt '23 is making a splash on social media, selling handmade necklaces, earrings and rings.
Students thank teachers for all of their work.

Students Thank Faculty and Staff

Sophia Spring, Multimedia Manager February 5, 2021
With everything going on this year, students share their appreciation for adults in the community.
Upper School students engage on a 6-mile hike at Blue Hills.

Outdoor Education Returns

Sophia Spring, Multimedia Manager February 2, 2021
Students embarked on a 6-mile hike at Blue Hills.
Photo Illustration by Edan Zinn '23.

Gator Holds Forum on Role of Media Today

Karly Hamilton, Editor-in-Chief January 7, 2021
The free and public event will last from 1:00-to-1:40 p.m. Friday.
Photo illustration purchased from Bigstock.com.

Op-Ed: Teaching and learning amid false claims of voter fraud

Karly Hamilton and David Cutler January 7, 2021
Disagreement can be civil. I know because I often have views contrary to those of my classmates, and we can communicate and listen to each other with respect and open-mindedness.
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