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Locked Up, Locked Out
Locked Up, Locked Out
Caroline Higley, Editor • December 9, 2021

Cell phone parking lots. You know, the blue and yellow pouches that hang on the wall in every classroom. At the beginning of this...

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The cover for V. E. Schwabs The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue.
Book Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue
Emily Zhao, Guest Reviewer • May 14, 2021

A woman walks into a small clothing store, and the sales lady makes note of the new customer. The woman...

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Countdown
Unity.
Unity.
E'nissa Golden, Illustrator • March 3, 2021
There Is a Virus Among Us
There Is a Virus Among Us
January 29, 2021
Drowning
Drowning
December 7, 2020
Never Alone Online
Never Alone Online
December 3, 2020
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Turn Back Time
Turn Back Time
Mary Beth Skelton and Sienna Lightman January 19, 2022

Junior Mariah Nellessen has experienced a different schedule for each of the past four years. In fact, anyone who has been attending St. George’s for that long has. In 2018-19, the schedule had three periods before lunch, a 50-minute lunch block, a fourth period, and then x-block from 2:30-3:15. But all that ended in March of 2020, when the school went remote and students attended class in 30-minute blocks, with 30 minutes in between. Students and teachers alike were left questioning the reasons behind these changes. Last year, while the school faced extensive COVID protocols and a learning...

Finding a Work Around
Finding a Work Around
January 7, 2022
Eighth grade student Aiden Rubin de la Borbolla writes at his desk. Rubin de la Borbolla finds connectivity to be far better in-person.
Zooming Ahead
January 4, 2022
Mr. Taylor Cao, director of student life, speaks to members of student government on the Wednesday morning before homecoming. The plans for the dance were very different than in previous years due to the threat of the Delta strain of the coronavirus.
A Dance with Delta
September 18, 2021