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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

Culture

Culture Editor: Kate Hirschen

Lombardi Trophy-The ultimate goal for every NFL team. Photo Courtesy of WikiMedia Commons.

Op-Ed: The Road to Super Bowl LVII

Jack Malloy, Journalist February 8, 2023
Super Bowl LVII is this Sunday at 6:30 p.m., featuring the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles and the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs.
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Photo courtesy of BigStock.com

Poll: ‘Hay Day’ or ‘Township’

Madeleine Pogoda, Incoming Arts & Culture Editor February 7, 2023
What's the better farming simulator game: 'Hay Day' or 'Township?'
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The Breakup of Netease and Blizzard: Who Gets Hurt?

The Breakup of Netease and Blizzard: Who Gets Hurt?

James Yu, Journalist February 3, 2023
Under the storm of the termination, many players feel that the two companies are like divorced parents.
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ChatGPT: Unlocking the Secrets of Language

ChatGPT: Unlocking the Secrets of Language

Nikka Souza, Multimedia Journalist January 26, 2023
See how your imagination is the only limitation.
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Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Op-Ed: The Pros and Cons of TikTok

Madeleine Pogoda, Incoming Arts & Culture Editor January 23, 2023
TikTok can be a fun and entertaining way to connect with others, but you should always consider the risks.
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Graphic courtesy of the National Football League.

Op-Ed: Race for the Lombardi Trophy

Jack Malloy, Journalist January 19, 2023
The NFL playoffs are upon us, with seven teams from each conference clinching a spot in the postseason.
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Co-Editor-in-Chief Edan Zinn 23 leads the Wordle activity.

Newsroom Bonds Over Wordle Activity

Kate Hirschen, Culture Editor January 12, 2023
As a fun activity for the first semester of the school year, the newsroom decided to partake in its own Wordle challenge.
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Upper School Head Joshua Neudel photographed a bracket made by the Spanish Department before the Knockout stage. Photo courtesy of Neudel.

Community Bonds Over Watching the World Cup

Kate Hirschen, Culture Editor December 9, 2022
Although the U.S. lost to the Netherlands, student spectators agree that the once-in-four-year event has brought the community together.
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Greek yogurt with fruit crunchy muesli bars wheat cones linen background healthy breakfast concept

Survey Results: Breakfast at School

Gator Staff November 30, 2022
Check out the results, including what types of food are most popular here for breakfast.
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Baking with Meera: Holiday Cinnamon Rolls

Meera Gandhi, Journalist November 30, 2022
Meera Gandhi '26 teaches us how to make cinnamon rolls.
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Photo courtesy of Jared Smith.

Fashion Flash: Jared Smith, Science Teacher

Kate Hirschen, Culture Editor November 16, 2022
Recently, we sat down with Science Teacher Jared Smith to hear about his funky style.
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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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