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The student news site of Brimmer and May School | Chestnut Hill, MA

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Students traveled to eight locations for Winterim, and six students submitted videos in the contest. Photos courtesy of the contest entrants listed below.

Winterim Video Contest: Eight Trips, Six Videos

Spring 2021 – Winter 2023 Gator Editorial Board April 5, 2023
Watch six videos from the eight trips students took earlier this month for the biennial Winterim global travel program.
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Photos: Backstage Memories at Something Rotten

Photos: Backstage Memories at ‘Something Rotten’

Edan Zinn, Outgoing Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2023
Last week, Upper School students performed in the spring musical, 'Something Rotten.'
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Outdoor Ed Takes On Franconia Notch

Edan Zinn, Outgoing Editor-in-Chief March 3, 2023
Students hiked the 2,557-foot Mount Pemigewasset in New Hampshire.
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Album cover courtesy of Apple Records.

Album Review: The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’

Michael Young, Journalist February 23, 2023
This classic album's songs vary in quality, but it has good enough music to serve as a fitting finale for the Beatles.
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Album cover courtesy of Columbia Records.

Album Review: Billy Joel’s ‘The Stranger’

Michael Young, Journalist February 23, 2023
Take a trip to the late 70s with this timeless yet nostalgic album. Do its pitfalls outweigh its greatness?
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Nolan Suraci 26 anchors Souper Delicious, a new Soup review series.

Souper Delicious: School Lunch Reviews

Nolan Suraci '26 recently launched Souper Delicious, a new Soup review series of school lunches
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Education of Our Educators: Joshua Neudel

Education of Our Educators: Joshua Neudel

Gator Nation News February 3, 2023
For Episode 2, The Gator sat down with Upper School Head Joshua Neudel.
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Education of Our Educators: Mallorie Nai

Education of Our Educators: Mallorie Nai

Gator Nation News February 3, 2023
In the first installment of the series, meet Director of Middle School Admissions Mallorie Nai.
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Artificial intelligence tools have surged in popularity among students for their ability to complete schoolwork.

Op-Ed: Will Artificial Intelligence Change Schools Forever?

Edward Flint, Managing Editor January 30, 2023
Artificial Intelligence tools have surged in popularity among students for their ability to complete schoolwork. What will this do to education as we know it?
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Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Op-Ed: The Pros and Cons of TikTok

Madeleine Pogoda, Senior Journalist January 23, 2023
TikTok can be a fun and entertaining way to connect with others, but you should always consider the risks.
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Maya Lownie 24 and Haripriya Mallidi 23 perform a traditional Indian dance.

Circles 19: A Coffee House Returns in the Dining Commons

Edward Flint, Managing Editor January 19, 2023
Performances included three poetry readings, a traditional Indian dance, and an audience sing-along.
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Poster courtesy of Universal Pictures.

Review: ‘Puss in Boots, The Last Wish’ Defies Expectations

Jack Nathanson, Guest Contributor January 17, 2023
Dreamworks proved viewers wrong with this sophisticated, must-see children's film within the 'Shrek' franchise.
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