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Community Supports #BrimmerCares Initiative

Lower School students show off their craft hearts.

Kate Hirschen

June 6, 2020

The initiative celebrates community members who are helping others during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Op-Ed: How COVID-19 Has Changed the World of Ballet

Photo of a dance studio purchased from BigStock.com.

Natalie Kozhemiakin

June 4, 2020

The global pandemic has had a significant impact on dance.

School Receives Federal Loan Amid National Controversy

Payroll Protection Program application. Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com

Karly Hamilton

May 29, 2020

Private schools are stirring controversy by applying for forgivable federal loans.

College Board Adjusts AP Exams

Exam sheet. Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Nico Jaffer

May 16, 2020

Advanced Placement exams have been restructured due to COVID-19.

Nonprofit Delivers Masks to Hospitals

Healthcare workers thank the Kids Clothes Club for their mask donations. Photo courtesy of Faith Michaels.

Grace Papas

May 15, 2020

The Kids Clothes Club is supporting healthcare workers during the pandemic.

Amplify: Former Students Reflect on Senior Year

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Catherine Leeder, Guest Writer

May 14, 2020

The unusual circumstances have left their mark on many young people, including those who once belonged to this communtiy.

Op-Ed: No Matter How It’s Done, Remote Learning Isn’t as Good

illustration of student confused and frustrated with online learning. Image purchased from BigStock.com.

Nate Suraci

May 11, 2020

At least as far as high school is concerned, face-to-face instruction still works best.

Comic: Rapunzel, A COVID-19 Retelling

Comic: Rapunzel, A COVID-19 Retelling

Ava Lockhart

May 9, 2020

The modern origin of a beloved Disney character.

Teachers and Students Address Zoom Fatigue

Photo illustration of a student with Zoom fatigue, who can't even bare to look at the screen anymore.

Brian Gamble

May 8, 2020

Video chatting is taxing on the brain and can make it more difficult to remain focused.

Zoom Raises Questions of Online Privacy, Security

Photo Illustration by Edan Zinn '23.

Charles McLaughlin

May 8, 2020

The video conferencing service is under fire for their misleading Privacy Policy.

GNN: Teaching with Toddler Tornadoes at Home

History teacher David Cutler's young son makes a mess in the kitchen while dad and mom, also a teacher, Zoom with students. The picture speaks for itself.

Gator Nation News

May 7, 2020

Two educators reflect on. what life is like with little kids at home.

Zinn ’23 Wins National Award for COVID-19 Coverage

Photo purchased from BigStock.com.

Gator Staff

May 6, 2020

Three journalism organizations jointly sponsor the recognition.