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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.

A controversial solution

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...

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.

Challenging the routine

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...

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...

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.

Paint Memphis

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...

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

Moving Up

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...

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

Once in a Blue Moon

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...

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.)

Humans of SG: Mr. Julian Guzman

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...

Space for change

Space for change

Bart Mueller, Reporter May 17, 2017

The St. George’s Bunkhouse. A place of service, citizenship and now, the home of innovation. There, a group of juniors created a plan to revolutionize study spaces at St. George’s as early as next...

Switching it up

Emma Bennett, Reporter May 16, 2017

This year, student government at St. George’s altered its election process in hopes of lessening popularity's effect on elections. Last year, candidates did not have the opportunity to speak to...

Senior Alton Stovall announces Gryph Nation to a crowd of students as fellow innovator senior Isabel Correia looks on. The app was revealed to the student body with much fanfare, including a band and free popsicles.

One nation, under gryph

Carolyn Lane, Web Content Editor May 16, 2017

While at Victory Ranch, senior Isabel Correia had an idea: diversify student life and spirit at St. George’s. She didn’t know how to do it, but she was determined. Now, 13 months have passed, and...

A man gathers several crawfish. Porter-Leaths Annual Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival returned to Memphis on Sunday afternoon.

A ‘rajun’ cajun celebration

Lauren Purdy, Copy Editor April 27, 2017

Crawfish lovers filled the streets of Downtown Memphis on Sunday afternoon to chow down on over 16,000 pounds of crawfish for the 25th annual Rajun Cajun Crawfish Festival. The Rajun Cajun Festival...

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