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Gryphons commit: John Carter Hawkins

Gryphons commit: John Carter Hawkins

Bayard Anderson, Sports Editor
November 28, 2016
Filed under Columns, Showcase

Senior John Carter Hawkins committed to play division three lacrosse at Rhodes College this past week. “I felt like a small liberal arts school was a good fit for me,” Hawkins said, “and the community is great.” Hawkins also wanted to thank his teachers, coaches, friends, family and God for hel...

Gryphons commit: Kate Murphy

Gryphons commit: Kate Murphy

Bart Mueller, Reporter
October 14, 2016
Filed under Columns, Showcase

Sophomore Kate Murphy committed to play Division 1 lacrosse at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn. this past August. Vanderbilt’s close proximity to home and tradition of  academic excellence played a major role in her decision. “I ended up choosing Vanderbilt because I wanted to pla...

Humans of Memphis

Humans of Memphis

Elise Fong, Opinion Editor
March 21, 2016
Filed under Columns, Local, Showcase

Today began like any other day for me. I ran out to the mall to buy some things I needed, I went to Barnes and Noble to finish up some homework and look at new books, and later on, I started to get hungry. So, I thought, what better way to fight off my hunger than sweets? I quickly ran over to Great Am...

Tunesday

Tunesday

Rachel Ducker, Entertainment Editor/Copy Editor
March 16, 2016
Filed under Columns, Showcase

The Gryphon Gazette went around the high school asking people what they are listening to at the moment. These are their responses. Let us know what you’ve been listening to lately in the comment section down below! Senior William McBride: “What Went Down” by Foals Senior Elise Fong: “Mallea...

Tunesday

Tunesday

Rachel Ducker, Entertainment Editor/Copy Editor
December 8, 2015
Filed under Columns, Showcase

Disclaimer: Not all songs and artists reviewed are appropriate for all ages. Listeners’ discretion is advised. G-Eazy G-Eazy released his third studio album on Dec. 4, but it failed to live up to the hype. While the album does have great production and dynamics throughout, it lacks in other aspects....

Tunesday

Tunesday

Rachel Ducker, Entertainment Editor/Copy Editor
November 24, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns, Showcase

Recently, many big names in music have released their long-awaited albums. They have incorporated new sounds, transformed their songwriting and matured as artists. The records that they have produced have certainly not disappointed their listeners. Adele - 25 Adele’s long-awaited new album wa...

NewsGryphs try the Memphis Escape Rooms

NewsGryphs try the Memphis Escape Rooms

Kendall LoCascio and Rachel Ducker
November 10, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns, Local, Showcase

“I got to the parking lot, but I didn’t think it was the right place,” junior Channell Cole said. “When we were walking down those creepy stairs I said, ‘Kendall, where did you take us?’” Memphis Escape Rooms is brand new to Memphis, as it opened on July 20, 2015. Per request by ...

Gryphons commit: Avery Whitehead

Gryphons commit: Avery Whitehead

Bayard Anderson, Sports Editor
November 5, 2015
Filed under Columns, Showcase

Junior Avery Whitehead has verbally committed to play Division 1 lacrosse at Furman University. “Whenever I compared it [Furman] to my other options, it was always better,” Whitehead said. “Also, Furman's team is new and super up-and-coming, so I really wanted to be a part of that.” Whitehead...

TryGryphs hit the quan

TryGryphs  hit the quan

Caroline Zummach, Staff Writer
November 4, 2015
Filed under Columns, Multimedia, Showcase

As new dance crazes appear, the Gryphon Gazette is ready to tackle the moves. From the stanky leg to the dougie, to the whip and to the nae-nae, all the way to today’s current dance craze of hitting the Quan. Hitting the Quan evolved when native Memphis rapper, iHeart Memphis, transformed the d...

Tunesday

Tunesday

Rachel Ducker, Copy Editor
November 3, 2015
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Columns, Showcase

As humans, we sometimes judge certain things without ever giving them a chance. Punk music is something in this world that is constantly passed over or looked down upon. People tend to think that it is scary or only for a certain type of person. Punk music was not invented for only one type of person....

Tunesday

Tunesday

Rachel Ducker, Copy Editor
September 29, 2015
Filed under Columns, Showcase

Disclaimer: Not all songs and artists reviewed are appropriate for all ages. Listeners’ discretion is advised. Music is one thing that we all have in common, whether you are a world away or just down the street. Great artists originate from all over the globe, bringing new and exciting sounds to l...

Make new friends, but keep the old

Make new friends, but keep the old

Annie Vento, Editor-in-Chief
September 24, 2015
Filed under Columns, Local, Showcase

What do you think of when you hear Quaker? Your mind may jump to the Amish community and you may assume it is a rather conservative and traditionalist form of Christianity, or you may know about their universalist methods and assume it’s a hippie religion. Regardless of your prior knowledge of the...