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Editorial: Community Responds to Acts of Injustice

Head of School Judith Guild's letter to the community. Graphic by Edan Zinn '23.

Gator Editorial Board

June 4, 2020

“It is Brimmer’s collective commitment that racism, bigotry, and hate have no place in our community or in our society and that we deliver an education that will help create a society free of hate,” Guild wrote.

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.

Op-Ed: Enough with the “Dumb Blond” Stereotype

Blond superstar crowded by paparazzi. Image purchased from Bigstock.com.

Katarina Klacko

May 28, 2020

These unfair stereotypes are a form of sexism in our society.

GNN Live: Commencement Parade

GNN Live: Commencement Parade

Gator Nation News

May 22, 2020

Watch the School's special plan to honor the Class of 2020.

This Fall, Join the Gator Newsroom

This Fall, Join the Gator Newsroom

Gator Staff

May 10, 2020

Please consider joining one of the most award-winning, online private school newspapers in New England.

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.

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.

Op-Ed: Are We Really Staying Connected?

Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Karly Hamilton

May 6, 2020

Social media can help people stay connected, but it's not the ideal place to find emotional fulfillment.

Op-Ed: My Diagnosis, Five Years Later

Colorful ribbons on pink background, cancer awareness. Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Zoe Kaplan

May 4, 2020

Reflecting on everything I've been through, I realized how strong I am.

Podcast: Foner Criticizes Standardized Tests

A portrait of Eric Foner, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia Commons.

Gator Staff

May 4, 2020

The Pulitzer Prize-winning historian answers questions about his life, career, and thoughts on education.

Op-Ed: Is Love at First Sight Real?

Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Grace Papas

May 1, 2020

The concept is not as foreign as it might sound.

Amplify: Seniors Reflect on Loss, Change, and Hope

The Class of 2020.

Dessie Bell-Kamen

April 27, 2020

The Class of 2020 reflects on their unexpected spring.