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Winter Sports Recap

Winter Sports Recap

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer March 13, 2020
Th season was filled with accomplishments across the athletic spectrum, including a championship win for Varsity Curling and a semi-final divisional finish from Varsity Girls' basketball.
Photo illustration from Bigstock.com.

Op-Ed: End Political Divisiveness

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer March 10, 2020
Instead of bickering, I urge people to listen to each other.
Urinetown: More Family Friendly Than You'd Think

Urinetown: More Family Friendly Than You’d Think

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer February 25, 2020
The musical tackles serious socioeconomic issues.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. Gator file photo.

Reflecting On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer February 6, 2020
The civil rights icon envisioned a brighter future.
Teachers Advertise Love of Books

Teachers Advertise Love of Books

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer January 15, 2020
Humanities teacher Kyla Graves started the trend.
Scales purchased from BigStock. Design by David Cutler '02.

Teachers, Students Weigh In on Canvas

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer December 13, 2019
The new LMS replaces eBackpack, which went bankrupt this summer.
Richard O'Keefe '20 leads the field at an early cross country race. Photo by David Barron.

O’Keefe: A Runner’s Odyssey

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer December 4, 2019
"Cross country is a lot like life. You get out of it what you put in."
Illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Senate Hosts Haunted House

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer November 5, 2019
The event featured a new route for fresh scares.
Behare Goshime '22 takes possession of the ball, as her team offers support. Photo courtesy of Brimmer and May School.

Field Hockey Roster Surges

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer October 25, 2019
The team has 17 players this season, as players request more games.
GNN: Sports Highlights

GNN: Sports Highlights

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer October 1, 2019
Check out highlights from Varsity Boys' Soccer earning a Sept. 23 victory over Landmark, 2-0, Girls Varsity Soccer earning a Sept. 11 victory Gann, 8-1, and eighth-grader Tyler Reif crossing the finish line in fifth for last week's home meet.
The new bronze sculpture created by artist Janice Corkin Rudolf '66, which sits in front of the entryway to the Chase. Photo by Nicole DeCesare.

New Sculpture Added to School’s Art Collection

Brian Gamble, Senior Writer September 18, 2019
Artist and alumna Janice Corkin Rudolf ’67 visited campus last month to unveil her newest sculpture for the School’s permanent art collection.
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