The Lodge

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

Anna Schmiedicke, Reporter September 18, 2021

How do you hold a school dance during a global pandemic? You don’t. At least, that’s what many other Memphis-area schools have decided. But not St. George’s. On Saturday, Sept. 18, St. George’s...

Freshman Dalton Lewis signs the permission slip for homecoming. Each student who is bringing an outside guest has to sign a permission slip.

Student Voices Change Homecoming Rule

Ally Martin, Reporter September 16, 2021

Freshman Izzy Belcher was disappointed. On Sept. 2, with just about two weeks to go until homecoming, she found out that she couldn’t bring her friend from a different school to the dance. Because...

A carriage full of people drives across a street in front of the FedEx Forum. Carriage rides were one of several downtown attractions that have reopened.

Empty Spaces Fill Back Up

Hannah Morrison, Photographer May 26, 2021

Choir teacher Mr. Nathan Dumser swan dives into the middle of a jubilant senior-filled pool.

Seniors Storm St. George’s Swimming Pool

Owen Hewitt, Editor-in-Chief April 29, 2021

What would you do if it poured down rain on your last day of school? Well, if you’re anything like the St. George’s class of 2021 on April 29, your day plan would include a mud-filled kickball game,...

The Varsity Womens Lacrosse team and their two co-coaches, Ms. Emily Metz and Ms. Claire Zagrodzky, pose for a picture on Senior Night for Womens Lacrosse.

Sticks and Stones

Owen Hewitt, Editor-In-Chief April 20, 2021

Tensions are rising over the St. George’s women’s lacrosse game tonight as the Gryphons prepare to take on one of their toughest opponents yet in the Collierville High School Dragons. Tuesday morning...

Senior Wills

Senior Wills

Abby Grace Dodson, Reporter April 16, 2021

Mrs. Webb helps junior Joe Walters throw on the wheel. Mrs. Webb has faced many challenges this year with Pottery online. This class has become available to only in-person students now.

Two Places at Once

Abby Grace Dodson, Reporter February 5, 2021

  “It’s a huge struggle when you’re teaching somebody how to throw on the wheel for the first time, but you are also teaching someone else that's sitting at a desk the elements of hand building....

The Hernando de Soto Bridge is framed between several buildings on Poplar Avenue. Memphis was one of several cities that was hit hard amid shut downs of businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Empty Spaces of Memphis

Hannah Morrison, Photographer February 3, 2021

Illustrations by Ellie Christie.

Five Ways to Combat Stress

Hannah Grace Morrison, Reporter December 16, 2020

Take a step back Try going for a walk or giving yourself a certain amount of time to do something mindless to bring your stress level down before you go back to whatever you were doing.             Make...

The Best Christmas Events In Memphis

The Best Christmas Events In Memphis

Kayla Hayes, Reporter December 14, 2020

Starry Nights at Shelby Farms "Experience the magic of the holidays at Shelby Farms Park's largest event! Starry Nights brings the spirit of the season to life with dazzling displays featuring more...

Uncertainty surrounds the 2020 election. Map via 270towin.com

We Won’t Know the Winner Tuesday

Owen Hewitt, Editor-in-Chief November 2, 2020

Tomorrow, the nation will wait for the results of this year’s presidential election. The reality of the situation is that we likely won’t know how the votes fall until later in the week, or even later. One...

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