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Mary Wang

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist

Mary is a sophomore at the School. Her interests range from creative arts to politics. She especially loves all theater-related things, debating, and sustainability. Being from China, she hopes to write about her country’s culture and current events. She is excited to continue writing about these interests in The Gator.

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Students participate in the NHSJC Opening Ceremony.

Op-Ed: In the Spotlight at NHSJC

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
November 17, 2023
Over four days, The Gator's newsroom joined over 4,000 student journalists and advisers from across the country,
Adrian Mathiesen ,26 Nolan Suraci 26, Chomp, Oliver Baggett 24, and Enyi Adiele enjoy Homecoming.

Homecoming Spirit Remains Strong

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
October 17, 2023
Approximately 500 students, teachers, and alumni attended Saturday's annual Homecoming at Orr Field.
During the Mid-Autumn Festival, celebrants enjoy mooncake.

Op-Ed: The Mid-Autumn Festival’s Ties of Love and Longing

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
September 29, 2023
For Chinese students, the absence of our family during this festive period magnifies the essence of the celebration.
The team gears up for one of its first games last season.

Varsity Volleyball Starts Off Strong

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
September 26, 2023
It is a new team, as many members are new to the sport, but the team is showcasing great dynamic and spirit.
Mary Wang 26 performs a scene with the cast and dancers of The Night of Dunhuang.

Op-Ed: My Journey with Theater

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
September 21, 2023
It all started in 2019. I wasn’t an actor, tech-crew, or director: I was an audience.
Location of where students board for this years prom, Rowes Wharf.

Q&A: Prom-goers to Seas the Night

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
May 9, 2023
Students will dance the night away in Great Gatsby glamour on the high seas.
Students last year making a mini-library with Artists with Humanity.

Students Collaborate with Artists for Humanity

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
April 16, 2023
The group is designing a set of lost-and-found bins, which will be placed around the School.
A rally in support of gun control urges politicians to consider lives over guns. Photo Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Op-Ed: We Must Act After the Nashville School Shooting

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
April 5, 2023
People are becoming numb, as if these incidents are supposed to occur. They shouldn’t.
U.S. President Joe Biden delivers a speech at COP27 in Egypt. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Op-Ed: Global Collaboration is Key to Fight Climate Change

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
February 24, 2023
International conferences to address climate change will continue to fail if countries still can’t prioritize worldwide interest.
A rotating globe shows the carbon monoxide output around the world. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Pollution: Undermining Our Planet’s Health

Contamination is a lethal consequence to our actions—it's time for a change.
A couplet written for the Year of the Tiger by Mary Wang.

Op-Ed: What to Know About Chinese New Year

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
January 20, 2023
The Chinese Lunar New Year is coming up on January 22, but celebrations have well started days ago and families and friends are already getting ready to welcome the Year of the Rabbit. 
United States President Joe Biden delivered remarks at the COP27 summit this month.

COP27: There’s Still Time to Tackle the Climate Crisis

Mary Wang, Senior Journalist
December 1, 2022
COP27 tells us that it is impossible for climate change to be resolved unless we work together.
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