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What are you doing when your camera is turned off on Zoom during classes?

Poll: Why Do You Turn Off Your Zoom Camera?

Jackson Ostrowski, Cartoonist February 24, 2021
Take our poll and check out Natalie Kozhemiakin's recent article, "Teachers Debate Camera Requirements on Zoom."
Natalie Kozhemiakin '23 washes her hands before entering the Chase Building.

Community Reflects on Safety Protocols

Nico Jaffer, Writer February 2, 2021
Mask-wearing and hand-washing are now a part of people's everyday routines.
Visual Artist Gives Symposium Speech

Visual Artist Gives Symposium Speech

Edan Zinn, Executive Editor February 1, 2021
Raúl the Third covered topics such as equity and cultural representation as they pertain to the arts industry.
For Third Year, Newsroom Wins Gold From Columbia

For Third Year, Newsroom Wins Gold From Columbia

Edan Zinn, Executive Editor January 26, 2021
The Gator earned All-Columbian Honors from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
Photo Illustration by Edan Zinn '23.

New Semester Brings Proposed Schedule Update

Karly Hamilton, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2021
Upper School students will have the choice to be on-campus four days a week, with all students learning remotely on Wednesdays.
Hand sanitizer and test tubes of PCR samples.

The Cost of Community-Wide COVID-19 Testing

Michael Young, Writer January 13, 2021
Weekly testing for COVID-19 is an expensive change for the School's budget.
Photo illustration purchased from

School Announces Weekly COVID-19 Testing for Community

Karly Hamilton, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2020
Students will now be tested weekly as well.
Sophia Spring '22 and Zakkai Mares-Van Praag '22 perform at this year's in-person Coffee House. Gator file photo, laptop on desk purchased from

Virtual Coffee House: Dec. 10 at 6:00 p.m.

Gator Staff December 10, 2020
Please bring your own coffee. Performers will provide the entertaining. 
This Spring, Join The Gator

This Spring, Join The Gator

Gator Staff December 7, 2020

This spring, we hope that you consider joining the newsroom. The Gator is among the most honored student news sites in the nation, having received the highest recognition and awards possible from local...

Kozhemiakin Wins Journalism Award

Kozhemiakin Wins Journalism Award

November 16, 2020
Best of SNO showcases the best student journalism from members of the SNO Network, which powers 2,480 high school sites across the nation.
Greater Boston High School Newspaper Competition Director Richard Press presents Editors Miles Munkacy '20 and Caroline Champa  '20 with the first place prize for excellence in online journalism.

Champa ’20 Up for Best Story-of-the-Year

Gator Staff November 6, 2020
The nod is akin to being nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.
During a field trip to Blue Hills, freshman bond in the early weeks of school. Gator file photo.

Freshmen Adapt to School during COVID-19

Helen Chu, Writer November 4, 2020
The 9th Grade class has been particularly affected by changes in schools due to COVID-19.
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