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

The Gator

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

The Gator

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, Journalist 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, Incoming Arts & Culture Editor 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, Journalist 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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Album cover courtesy of Solid State Records.

Review: The Devil Wears Prada’s ‘Color Decay’ Packs an Emotional Punch

Jack Nathanson, Guest Contributor January 16, 2023
This is one of the best albums of 2022. The emotions are strong, the instrumentals are strong, and every member of the band gives it their all.
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A Wintertime Hike With Outdoor Ed

Edward Flint, Journalist January 13, 2023
Watch students climb a 4,051 foot mountain in the New Hampshire snow.
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A tornado ravaged Oklahoma in 2010.

Questions Remain After Week One of COP27

December 1, 2022

As world leaders continue to release progress on climate change in the first week of the COP27 summit, it's important to note how non-state actors, like private businesses, have been stepping up. It raises...

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Posters for the 1.5 Degrees Live series at Flinders University.

1.5°C: We Are Running Out of Time

December 1, 2022

One of the most pressing issues highlighted throughout COP27 has been whether we can reach the 1.5C agreement made by national governments during the Paris 2015 Agreement. In 2015, the Paris Agreement...

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United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak delivers remarks at COP27.

Though Not a Five-Year Review Point, COP27 Will Go Down in History

December 1, 2022

Though not a five-year review point like COP26 in Glasgow, COP27 represents an important departure from the UNFCCC’s agreed timetable and in that sense demonstrates the increasing urgency of reducing...

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A 2022 Climate March in Edinburgh.

Week 2 of COP27 Highlights Women Empowerment

December 1, 2022

As we progressed with Week Two of COP27, the importance of women as the key drivers of climate change solutions, as well as water, were highlighted during the week. Meanwhile, discussions were still ongoing...

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United States President Joe Biden delivered remarks at the COP27 summit this month.

COP27: There’s Still Time to Tackle the Climate Crisis

Mary Wang, Journalist December 1, 2022
COP27 tells us that it is impossible for climate change to be resolved unless we work together.
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Album cover courtesy of Warner Records Inc.

Song Analysis: The Walters’ ‘I Love You So’

Madeleine Pogoda, Incoming Arts & Culture Editor December 1, 2022
If you’re on the TikTok app, you’re probably familiar with this catchy song.
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