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What was the March for Our Lives?

April 13, 2018

All across the nation during March, students, teachers and a wave of others gathered to show unity, support and hope for gun reform after the Parkland shooting....

3/29/18

March 9, 2018

On March 7, 2018, the St. George’s Student Government sent out a cryptic email featuring only an attached photo of “The Last Supper,” painted by the great...

SGGO ventures from Arkansas to Maine

February 22, 2018

Over the weekend, a group of five students headed to the Ozarks of Arkansas alongside St. George's teachers Mr. Timmons and Mr. Sam Abrams on a backpacking adventure. SGGO...

A controversial solution

February 8, 2018

 Wednesday, Dec. 20 proved to be a historic day for the city of Memphis. Onlookers watched as crews removed two monuments between 9:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m,...

Challenging the routine

February 6, 2018

By sophomore year, students generally know what to expect when reading a novel in class: read, annotate, discuss and then make a presentation or write...

Q&A with Deb Ireland

February 6, 2018

Ms. Deb Ireland is a U.S. Attorney who specializes in Internet safety. She hosts educational expos for students, teachers and religious organizations that detail...

Voices of the fight
ADHD

ADHD

April 10, 2018

"I thought it was early Alzheimer’s,” upper school history teacher Dr. Marianne Leung said. “I could not remember. People were saying ‘We talked about that yesterday’ and I had no memory of that. I wasn’t paying attention, so I never heard it. I had not forgotten. It is just my mind was not there.” After going to the doctor, Dr. Leung was diagnosed with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity...

Pretty Privilege

Pretty Privilege

April 10, 2018

Since she was a little girl, junior Alexis Turner has always been reminded that she had darker skin than those around her. “It’s always been kind of iffy stuff people have said. Moms would be like, ‘Hey, chocolate baby.’ Why do I have to be a chocolate baby? Just let me be a baby,” Turner said. “I mean there were also times where, it never really hurt my feelings, but at school if the...

The saints come marching in

The saints come marching in

February 9, 2018

 When alumnus Adam Cruthirds was diagnosed with leukemia at age 16, his first response was one of bravery. “I am not afraid,” he remembers saying. His second response was the beginning of a journey. “What’s leukemia?” he asked. “I didn’t really know what that meant. And then the doctor said it was cancer,” Cruthirds said. “I still didn’t really know that I had...

Focus of controversy

Focus of controversy

November 10, 2017

This past August, the “Unite the Right” rally led by white nationalists in Charlottesville,Va. shocked the nation, as protesters violently demonstrated over the removal of a Confederate monument. One person died and several others suffered injuries after one white nationalist’s car plowed through a crowd of counter-protesters. In response to the deadly clashes in Charlottesville, a group...

CHAPEL

CHAPEL

November 10, 2017

To some students, the changes to chapel services this year may have seemed small: we do not say the Pledge of Allegiance, we no longer recite the Honor Code, though both remain a part of assemblies, and in place of former chaplain Mr. Brendan Gorham, we have new guest chaplains for each service. Some may not have even noticed that anything changed significantly. But, while these visible changes...

Pinballin’
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