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The Gator

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

Community Reflects on Lasting Pandemic Changes

Community Reflects on Lasting Pandemic Changes

Brian Gamble, Managing Editor January 5, 2023
Almost one and a half years since hybrid learning, COVID is prompting discussion about the pandemic's lasting changes on the School.
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Standing Up to Oppression: The Courageous Story of Irans Soccer Team

Standing Up to Oppression: The Courageous Story of Iran’s Soccer Team

Sophia Bruno, Journalist November 26, 2022

Before the World Cup game between U.S. and Iran, the Iranian government threatened to torture and imprison the Iranian players' families if they "misbehave." The Iranian team stirred up trouble when...

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Debbie OMalley  hard at work with inventory.

Q&A: Debbie O’Malley, Kitchen Staff

Chloe Rose Scolnick, Journalist November 14, 2022
Recently, The Gator sat down with Debbie O'Malley to hear about the School's lunch process.
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Dahmer: Monster in Disguise show banner courtesy of Netflix

Monster: Families of Victims Criticize Dahmer Story

Sophia Bruno, Journalist October 30, 2022
Despite the shows massive popularity, there has been considerable backlash from families of the victims and critics alike.
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Brookline, MA, USA - AUG. 1, 2018: Boston Metro MBTA Kinki Sharyo Type 7 Green Line at Coolidge Corner station on Beacon Street, Brookline, Massachusetts MA, USA.

Op-Ed: Buses Don’t Solve MBTA’s Woes

Chloe Rose Scolnick, Journalist October 23, 2022
I waited for about 20-minutes, as the freezing wind blew down the nearby "wait here” sign.
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Jaime Lin was #15 on her high school volleyball team.

Coach Lin Serves Up New Girls Volleyball Program

Brian Gamble, Managing Editor October 20, 2022

Jamie Lin has always loved the sport of Volleyball, far predating her time working at the School. "Volleyball was the first sport I started playing seriously, closely followed by basketball," Lin said....

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Brian Barrera 22 takes a corner kick during Homecoming in 2021.

Varsity Teams Prepare for Homecoming

Brian Gamble and Nico Jaffer October 13, 2022
Coaches and players express excitement and anticipation for the game tomorrow.
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Equal Gender Balance And Parity. Job Pay Equality

Op-Ed: In U.S. Soccer, Parity is Long Overdue

Celia Vasily-Cioffi, Journalist October 13, 2022
The case is now over, but it remains important to acknowledge the team's struggles.
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Op-Ed: Womens Rights Still Horrific in Afghanistan

Op-Ed: Women’s Rights Still Horrific in Afghanistan

Sophia Bruno, Journalist October 7, 2022
Women are barred from attending school, or even venturing out in public without a male chaperone.
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Alison Rimas 23 serves it up during a practice scrimmage.

New Sport Spotlight: Varsity Volleyball

Brian Gamble, Managing Editor September 29, 2022
As the fall athletic season begins, some students find Girls’ Volleyball to be a surprising new addition to the School’s sports offerings.
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Poster courtesy of Marvel Studios.

Movie Review: ‘Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

Tucker Bernon, Journalist May 31, 2022
Marvel's newest movie is the perfect addition to the Dr. Strange family.
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‘Moon Knight’ Attempts at Marvel Subversion

Charles McLaughlin, Senior Journalist May 23, 2022

It is extremely tired at this point to describe any new piece of superhero media as “great if you are sick of the genre,” and Moon Knight is certainly of a piece with that late genre attempts at subversion.  To...

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