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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

Camille Cherney

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief

When she's not editing stories, Camille enjoys playing tennis, baking, and singing. She loves being a student journalist because she can amplify her voice beyond the classroom.

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Op-Ed: Things To Do At Home During COVID-19

Op-Ed: Things To Do At Home During COVID-19

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 16, 2020
There are countless fun and relaxing activities we can indulge in.
Cartoon by Jennifer Ngo 23.

Op-Ed: Money Trumps Merit in College Admissions

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 13, 2019
Lawsuits are a first step towards a more equitable future.
A screenshot of the Schools new online destination.

School Launches Redesigned Website

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 25, 2019
Changes include larger banner images and a redesigned calendar.
Photo Illustration by Michelle Levinger 19.

New Discipline System Prompts Referral Uptick

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
April 17, 2019
There have been around 20 percent more ISCRs issued this year than detentions last year.
Concept of leadership represented by a line of people in 3d with the leader at front.

Op-Ed: Should Schools Rank Students?

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 26, 2019
If administrators care about their students’ well-being, they must eradicate class rank.
Op-Ed: Womens March Corruption Delays Progress

Op-Ed: Women’s March Corruption Delays Progress

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 13, 2019
We cannot allow those who condone hate speech to control a social movement.
Students studying in the Learning Commons. Photo by David Barron.

How Students Use Free Periods

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 16, 2019
Overall, most are happy with the system and how they make use of time.
Environment change and ecology global warming drought or refreshing tree. Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

With Climate Change, Indifference Spells Disaster

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 12, 2018
Trump has taken a stance of ignorance on the issue, disregarding all scientific evidence.
Scott Kovin directs the Middle School choir. Photo by Sita Alomran 19.

New Teacher Profile: Scott Koven

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 12, 2018
The professional singer is bringing his skills to Brimmer.
microphone with a podcast icon on a table

AP Lit Students Create Podcasts

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 11, 2018
Exploring the intersection of storytelling and technology.
In 2018, students led a walk-out for Radical Compassion on campus. Photo by Michelle Levinger 19.

Exploring Empathy and Ethical Thinking

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 9, 2018
With students fighting for social justice and reform, the theme arose organically
Op-Ed: Vote, Make Your Voice Heard

Op-Ed: Vote, Make Your Voice Heard

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
October 24, 2018
Our leaders can only represent the collective interests of the country if we vote.
One Season In, Mt. Ida Facilities a Hit

One Season In, Mt. Ida Facilities a Hit

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
October 24, 2018
Student-athletes and coaches are all smiles.
Photo illustration purchased from BigStock.com.

Op-Ed: Diversity Essential to Learning

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
October 16, 2018
I have learned the most from participating in discussions with people from different backgrounds.
School Introduces Director of Innovation and Design

School Introduces Director of Innovation and Design

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 20, 2018
Kathryn Lee assumed the recently created post this fall.
The Class of 2017. Photo by David Barron.

Op-Ed: It’s Time to Rethink Graduating in White

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 18, 2018
As gender roles and attributes are redefined, it's time to evaluate tradition.
Riga Latvia- March 17 2016: Snapchat application on android cell smartphone. Snapchat is a mobile messaging application used to share photos videos text and drawings.

For Upperclassmen, Snapchat Unblocked

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
April 13, 2018
If upperclassmen are able to use the app judiciously, it could be unblocked for the entire Upper School.
Donald Reese teaches writing.

Reese Rejects Traditional Grading System

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 7, 2018
The Humanities Department Co-Chair is paving new ground.
Portrait of a young high school student bored and frustrated with his head down on his desk

Detention Replaced by New Initiative

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 16, 2018
Students who commit minor infractions will now complete community service.
The redesigned library, now a learning commons, also houses academic support services. Photo by David Barron.

What Class Do You Wish Was Offered?

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 14, 2018
Have you voice heard. Take our poll at the end of the post.
Student donates money to Pennies for Patients. Photo by David Cutler.

Students Launch Community Service Efforts

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 31, 2018
The School is lending a helping hand around the country and around the globe.
Photo courtesy of Upper School Senate.

Attend Semi-Formal Saturday Night

Camille Cherney, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 26, 2018
Get pumped for "Manhattan Nights and Hollywood Lights."
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