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Ms. Vasil’s top five favorite books

Ms. Vasil holds up one of her favorite books. Her top five favorite books included

Nathan Weinreich, News Editor/Managing Web Editor

December 17, 2014

The Gryphon Gazette has been catching upper-school English teachers off-guard and asking them their top five favorite books. One of the upper school teacher’s picks will be released every day this week leading up to the break. I fully expected Ms. Vasil, the AP English Language and Composition and...

Mr. Roszel’s top five favorite books

Mr. Roszel holds up one of his favorite books. His top five favorite books included

Nathan Weinreich, News Editor/Managing Web Editor

December 16, 2014

The Gryphon Gazette has been catching upper-school English teachers off-guard and asking them their top five favorite books. One of the upper school teacher’s picks will be released every day this week leading up to the break. Mr. Roszel, the new 9th and 10th grade English teacher, was excited to...

Mr. Adcock’s top five favorite books

Mr. Adcock holds up one of his favorite books. His top five favorite books included

Nathan Weinreich, News Editor/Managing Web Editor

December 15, 2014

The Gryphon Gazette has been catching upper-school English teachers off-guard and asking them their top five favorite books. One of the upper school teacher’s picks will be released every day this week leading up to the break. When I sat down with Mr. Adcock, the 9th grade English teacher, he seemed ...

Anthony Davis: The NBA’s next big thing

Anthony Davis searches for an open teammate during a game. The New Orleans Pelicans drafted Davis as the first overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft.

Sam Hyde, Contributing Writer

December 15, 2014

A common question that arises among basketball fans is “who’s next?” LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant, and Chris Paul are considered by fans to be four of the best players in the NBA, but who is going to come after them? Who is going to be the next perennial All-NBA, MVP candidate? There...

Caroline’s Column

This is a chart of many overlapping personalities. If you do not agree with any of the gift suggestions below, everyone would appreciate the gift of Ray Bans.

Caroline Cannon, Head Layout Editor

December 12, 2014

As the Christmas season approaches, many people struggle to think of the perfect gift for all of their friends and loved ones. Rather than Googling “gifts for boys” or “gifts for girlfriend I have only been dating for a week,” look no further than right here. Use these gift ideas and chart above...

Caroline’s Column

Senior Caroline Cannon admires the Panini press as she waits to begin her Thanksgiving feast. Cannon wished everyone a Happy Thanksgiving.

Caroline Cannon, Head Layout Editor

November 25, 2014

As the students of St. George’s Independent School get ready to stuff their faces just as a turkey is stuffed for eating, I will be putting a large amount of information into their minds on how to make a full Thanksgiving dinner in the tiled and freshly carpeted dining hall. A five-course meal begins...

Yes, you’re weird, and so am I

Yes, you're weird, and so am I

Roxanna Wood '15, Columnist

November 24, 2014

As this writing kicks off the start of my new column in the Gryphon Gazette, I wanted to share a bit about myself and, at the same time, share with you one of the most valuable lessons I've learned over my high school years: each and every one of us is weird and that is what makes us all normal.  For years, I've strug...

Caroline’s Column

Senior Caroline Cannon drowns in the logos of the schools she is applying to while wondering which one will have her name on it in the senior dining hall. Other seniors have already put their signs up on the windows displaying their college selection.

Caroline Cannon, Head Layout Editor

October 28, 2014

Do not procrastinate. Between Senior Independent Study, daily homework, and college applications, the only procrastinating you should be doing is choosing to write a college essay rather than doing AP Statistics homework, though both will get done because 3am is a perfect time to be productive. It is...

Caroline’s Column

Caroline's Column

Caroline Cannon, Head Layout Editor

September 3, 2014

Sometimes summer is not as relaxing as one hopes and dreams. An example of this was my most recent summer, the summer of lost aspirations. Though trips to Greece and the Naval Academy may seem to be filled with fond memories, this was not the case for Caroline’s 2014 summer. To start off the trip t...