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Just Stop Oil protestors threw soup onto a $110 million painting by Vincent Van Gough.

Op-Ed: We Need Climate Legislation, Not Distraction

Evan Michaeli, Senior Journalist November 28, 2022
Wreckage is not the way to show our frustrations. Legislation is the answer to climate change.
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Papas sports signature jersey in front of net. Photo provided by Papas.

Op-Ed: Outgoing Goalie Reflects on Final Season

Grace Papas, Executive Editor November 17, 2022
My high school career was full of accomplishment, growth, and amazing teammates.
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From 18 Down to One Up, Boys XC Wins Threepeat

From 18 Down to One Up, Boys XC Wins Threepeat

Nico Jaffer, Sports Editor November 9, 2022
The Varsity Boys Cross Country Team won its third consecutive Massachusetts Bay Independent League title last week at Cambridge School of Weston.
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Outdoor Ed Hikes 4,000 Foot Peak

Edward Flint, Journalist November 7, 2022
Last Friday, the School’s Outdoor Ed program held its most recent trip hiking Mount Pierce.
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A student poses in front of the Taj Mahal during Winterim 2019. Photo courtesy of the School.

Community Members Anticipate Winterim’s Return

Nico Jaffer, Sports Editor November 1, 2022
After three years, the Upper School will revive its world travel program. Students and faculty report excitement for the educational experience.
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Outdoor Ed Hikes ‘Three States in One Day’

Edan Zinn, Editor-in-Chief October 14, 2022
On October 8 and 9, eight Upper School students backpacked the corner mountains of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York.
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Some private schools have made changes to combat grade inflation, now including here.

School Moves to Remove A+ From Grading System

Marlie Kass, Arts Editor September 28, 2022
Effective immediately, the School is shifting away from this previous academic norm and will no longer include A+s in its grading system.
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Lower School students created a pride flag collage for Pride Month this year.

Editorial: In Support of Northwest High School’s Newspaper

Gator Editorial Board September 23, 2022
Last June, a Nebraska high school shut down its student newspaper because it published LGBTQ+ content. This is unacceptable.
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Leni Hicks-Dutt 23 starts a new 12th-grade tradition at the School.

Leni Hicks-Dutt ’23 Leads Community Mural Painting

Edan Zinn, Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2022
Over several months, Leni Hicks-Dutt '23 planned and painted the inaugural 12th-grade mural.
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GNN Live: Opening Convocation, 2022-23

GNN Live: Opening Convocation, 2022-23

Gator Nation News September 12, 2022
Don't miss the live-steam of the official opening of the new academic year, 9/12 at 8:00 a.m.
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Members of the Class of 2023 pose at Camp in 2019. This year will mark the classs first time back at Camp since COVID-19 hit.

Upper School Camp to Kick Off 2022-2023 Year

Natalie Kozhemiakin, Editor-in-Chief September 7, 2022
As the school year begins, the Upper School prepares to head off to camp Wingate*Kirkland.
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Jeff Gates teaches a physical education class in the late 1990s.

After Nearly Three Decades, Athletic Director Jeff Gates Retires

Grace Papas, Executive Editor May 31, 2022
Past and current students, teachers, and peers share reflections on a man who dedicated his career to education and scholastic athletics.
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