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

The student news site of Brimmer and May School | Chestnut Hill, MA

The Gator

Nicholas Kozhemiakin 25 runs on Kit-Kats.

Nicholas Kozhemiakin, Journalist

A 9th-grade student at the School, Nick has been at the School since 7th Grade. When he’s not writing articles for The Gator, Nick enjoys a wide variety of subjects and hobbies, ranging from engineering to drawing to photography. Nick also enjoys performing in the School’s plays and musicals. He’s grateful for the voice The Gator has given him.

All content by Nicholas Kozhemiakin
Prices have fluctuated on online shopping sites like Amazon. Photo purchased at BigStock.com

Op-Ed: The Supply Chain Crisis is Not Over

June 3, 2022
Electronics prices continue to fluctuate, and the pandemic continues to show adverse effects on the economy.
Promotional photo courtesy of Marvel Studios.

TV Review: Is ‘Moon Knight’ Marvel-Appropriate?

May 23, 2022
Marvel’s latest show has been unlike any series before. Compare two perspectives on 'Moon Knight."

‘Moon Knight’ Is Unlike Any Other Marvel Film

May 19, 2022

Marvel’s latest show has been unlike any series before. It's lovely. Moon Knight starts with Steven Grant, an ordinary man living an ordinary life as a gift shop employee in a museum in London. It...

Poster courtesy of the CW.

Review: Is CW’s ‘The Flash’ Worth a Watch?

May 2, 2022
The past few years have been atrocious for 'The Flash,' but saying it hasn’t been slowly improving would be a lie.
The Admissions team poses to welcome admitted students. Photo courtesy of Brimmer Admissions.

Admission Applications at School See Pandemic Boom

April 22, 2022
"Applications are up 17 percent over the average of the previous three years," Director of Enrollment Brian Beale said.
In March 2020, customers cleared grocery store shelves as the pandemics supply chain crisis escalated.

Op-Ed: An End to COVID-19’s Consumer Supply Shortages?

March 3, 2022
For now, we can only wait and watch for the “Not Available” button to become “In Stock.”
Newspapers play a big part in desensitization. Cartoon by Hebe Qiang 23.

Op-Ed: Are We Desensitized To News Media?

January 31, 2022
Between terrorism, climate change, and school shootings, we are in a "new normal" of news and social media.
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