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Bring ‘Em Out!

As showing  in this image, Junior Rainey Zaugg is full of spunk. Zaugg was excited to be elected to serve as 2018-2019 student body Vice President.

Caroline Zummach, Sports Editor

April 30, 2018

On April 10, the Upper School announced the executives for SGov for the 2018-2019 school year. Candidates who ran had to speak in front of the Upper School about what they wanted to do as a member of Student Government. Next year, SGov will have a social branch, which will be in charge of social ...

What was the March for Our Lives?

People hold up signs in support of reformed gun control laws at the March for Our Lives. The march was a nationwide movement and Memphis was one of the cities that participated in the march.

Connor Lambert, Reporter

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. The march was led by survivors from the shooting, making it one of the largest youth-led demonstrations since the Vietnam War protests of the...


This is a picture of the “The Last Supper,” painted by Leonardo DaVinci in 1498. This painting became a hot topic among the students of St. George’s within the last few days, due to the email which was sent out by Student Government.

Hudson Beaudry, Reporter

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 Leonardo DaVinci. “Look forward to it,” senior and student class president Bennett Matson said. “It’s going to bring the school tog...

SGGO ventures from Arkansas to Maine

Students pose with one of their dogsledding guides, Grant. Grant, only seventeen years old, was helping lead the students as they sled in Newry, ME over President's Day Weekend.

Caroline Zummach, Sports Editor

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 took trips to the Ozark Highlands Trail in Ozark National Forest. The students were challenged over the weekend, being responsible...

A controversial solution

An American flag flies behind the base of the Nathan Bedford Forrest statue. Health Sciences Park, where the statue stood, was sold to Memphis Greenspace, Inc. allowing the statue to be removed with being restrictured by the 2013 Tennessee Heritage Protection Act.

Lauren Purdy, Opinion Editor

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, one of Nathan Bedford Forrest, a prominent Civil War general, a slave trader and the Ku Klux Klan’s first “Grand Wizard,” and the other ...

Challenging the routine

Dr. Jieyong Qian speaks to a group of students in the Agape chapel about her experience with re-education. At the age of sixteen, Dr. Qian was separated from her family and forced into labor with herders.

Merryn Ruthling, Reporter

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 a paper. But this routine is being challenged by Mrs. Ricketson’s 10th grade English classes, who had the opportunity to learn about the ...

Q&A with Deb Ireland

Q&A with Deb Ireland

Carolyn Lane, Editor-in-Chief

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 the ins and outs of cybercrime and privacy throughout the Memphis area. On Jan. 11, Ms. Ireland came to St. George’s to speak about cyber...

Paint Memphis

The outline of an skull begins to form against a wall. The array of colors and distinct styles from the artists were part of what made the Paint Memphis mural special.

Laura Beard, Writer

November 14, 2017

Stepping into Altown skatepark, the world descends into beautifully controlled mayhem. To the left, someone outlines what looks like a psychedelic marshmallow onto the cement floor. Across a small slope, a mural of the night sky begins to take shape. In just a few hours, the artists will complete th...

Moving Up

Mr. Slatery converses with senior Abbie Cloutier. Mr Slatery is the new Assistant Dean of Students.

Connor Lambert, Reporter

October 11, 2017

The changes of the new year, from new faculty to new students, brought new opportunities for Mr. Kyle Slatery, previous religious studies, philosophy and ethics teacher. This year, he also added Assistant Dean of Students to his already numerous titles, yet Mr. Slatery does not seem daunted by this t...

Once in a Blue Moon

Senior Lathan Spadafora stands in the rain and tries to find the eclipse amongst the clouds.

Evan Dorian and Rainey Zaugg

October 11, 2017

“It doesn’t happen every day,” junior Lindsey Pepper said of the recent solar eclipse. And she’s right. The eclipse that occurred on Aug. 21 was the first in the new millennium to move across the entirety of North America, and St. George’s students, thanks to the efforts of faculty an...

Humans of SG: Mr. Julian Guzman

Mr. Guzman helps a student with school work. Mr. Guzman shared his life journey from Colombia to America. (Listen to the podcast below the image.)

Lauren Purdy, Opinion Editor

September 26, 2017


Q&A with Upper School English Teacher Ms. Marilee Mallott

Q&A with Upper School English Teacher Ms. Marilee Mallott

Kaitlyn Bowman, Layout Editor

September 21, 2017

Question: How long have you been a teacher? Answer: This is "my 15th year teaching." Q: Where did you previously teach before coming here? A: "I taught at a private school in California and last year at Houston High School." Q: Is St. George’s environment different from your past schools? A: "Yes and no. ...