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Bruce Timmons sits in his empty classroom while students are remote due to COVID-19. Canvas played an essential role in allowing students to learn from home.
Venturing Away From Veracross
Caroline Higley, Reporter • October 26, 2020

Different daily schedules, no x-block, no Tuesday dress, socially distanced halls, up staircases and down staircases, eating lunch in new places and masks. So many things have changed in our daily lives, both on and off campus. And in addition to all those changes, students, faculty and staff at St. George’s are all having to adapt to the introduction of Canvas into our community. Canvas is a learning management system used by professors, teachers, and students at schools and universities all over the world. Canvas allows teachers to post assignments and grades, make class announcements,...

Mr. Hills stands with members of the Institute for Citizenship in front of Dr. W.H. Brewster Elementary School, which was the site of a service project last year. Mr. Hills had to rely on the members to find the focus of their service this year. Photo courtesy of Joy Huff.
Leading into the Unknown
September 29, 2020
The library sits empty as Ms. Allison works before the sophomore lunch crowd.
Spread Out, Spread Thin
September 22, 2020
This illustration depicts a crack or divide between two contrasting backgrounds. People who live in once redlined neighborhoods are continuing to feel a separation from society and being able to obtain equal opportunities.
Where Do You Draw the Line?
Cary Robbins, Editor of Feature Stories • April 21, 2020

I live in Memphis Tenn, and as I drive downtown, I pass by streets that have freshly cut lawns and newly painted houses, but the...

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Halloween Watch List
Halloween Watch List
Kayla Hayes, Reporter • October 28, 2020

Looking for something new to watch or a classic to revisit this spooky season? Reporter Kayla Hayes has you covered! Here's her...

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School Time
School Time
E'nissa Golden, Illustrator • October 19, 2020

Cartoons reflect the opinions of their creators and should not be taken to represent the views of the Lodge, its staff or of the St. George's...