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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

Caitlin Clark and Nike Swoosh courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Caitlin Clark Receives Record Nike Contract

Jack Malloy, Journalist May 7, 2024
This year’s WNBA draft is hopefully a sign that the popularity of women’s basketball will skyrocket.
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Introducing Humans of Brimmer

Introducing ‘Humans of Brimmer’

Gator Staff April 26, 2024

The 'Humans of Brimmer' series aims to deepen connections within our community by sharing the diverse stories and experiences of our members. It will highlight personal achievements, challenges, and...

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The moon passes by the sun in northern Vermont, where a group of Upper Schoolers watched the solar eclipse at totality. Totality lasted two minutes in Vermont, while students saw a near-total eclipse at School.

Solar Eclipse: Eyes on the Sky

Evan Michaeli, Outgoing Editor April 13, 2024
Watching the total solar eclipse was life-changing. Not only was it beautiful, but it also shed light into why we need to relish every moment.
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Co-Captain Baden Howard 24 pitches against a strong Gann Academy team, with the Gators losing 17-0 at Tuesdays season-opener.

AD Optimistic for Turnaround After Spring Start

Jack Malloy, Journalist April 11, 2024

The spring season opener proved to be a mixed bag for the Gators, with triumphs and challenges marking the start of the final weeks of athletic competition. Wednesday, the...

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Keeping Players Heads in the Game, Literally.

Keeping Players’ Heads in the Game, Literally.

Drew Michaeli, Guest Writer March 25, 2024
With the rise in quarterback injuries, the NFL must protect its players. Another season as violent as the last needs to be avoided.
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A referee pointing into the distance.

Innovation Can Fix Sports’ Referee Problem

Jack Malloy, Journalist March 5, 2024
After a series of misjudged calls in the NBA and NFL, AI looks like an appealing addition to officiating.
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The official program cover.

BREAKING: Illness Cancels Opening Performances of ‘Big Fish’

Gator Staff February 28, 2024
Due to illness in the cast, Thursday night and Saturday matinee performances are cancelled.
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Opening tip-off between the Detroit Pistons and the New York Knicks.

The Detroit Pistons: What Went Wrong?

Gabe Cohen, Co-Sports Editor February 21, 2024
Lack of leadership and failure to commit to a true rebuild pitted the Detroit Pistons in an embarrassing position in NBA history.
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A hole in the plane where a door should be after an incident in the sky.

Op-Ed: Terror in the Skies

Evan Michaeli, Outgoing Editor February 8, 2024
Twelve minutes after ascending from Oregon’s Portland International Airport, Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 experienced a system failure.
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Social media post made by Andre Mills 24 to celebrate his commitment to Texas A&M for basketball. Courtesy of Andre Mills 24.

Andre Mills ’24: The Odyssey of a Basketball Prodigy

Evan Michaeli and Tavio Mares-Van Praag January 31, 2024
His pursuit, woven with the threads of resilience, mentorship, and sheer determination, epitomizes the spirit of a quintessential athlete.
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A sea of educators and supporters of the strike demonstrate in front of City Hall on Saturday. Photo courtesy of the Newton Teachers Association.

Editorial: We Support Newton Teachers

Gator Editorial Board (2023-2024) January 23, 2024
Enough is enough! It's time for Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller to stop hiding, negotiate in good faith, and do her job.
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Outside of NRG Stadium in Houston, the site of the 2024 College Football Championship.

Another Champion Embroiled in Cheating Scandal

Jack Malloy, Journalist January 10, 2024
Michigan joins the list of champions plagued by a cheating scandal.
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