The student voice of St. George's Independent School.

The Lodge

The student voice of St. George's Independent School.

The Lodge

The student voice of St. George's Independent School.

The Lodge

All These Emails

All These Emails

Jack Seigerman, Editor April 25, 2022

Dear St. George’s, I hope this message finds you well. In fact, I hope it finds you at all. The number of emails flooding our inboxes each day makes it nearly impossible to read all of them. As...

Protect Our Right to Read

Protect Our Right to Read

Anna Schmiedicke, Editor April 25, 2022

On Jan. 10, a school board in Tennessee voted unanimously to remove “Maus” by Art Spiegelman — a Pulitzer-Prize winning graphic novel about the Holocaust — from their eighth-grade curriculum. The...

Seniors Walker Askins, Travis Lane and Tyler Ridout saw metal for their robot. Measurements must be precise to work for the robot’s purpose.

Accept the Challenge

Sienna Lightman, Editor April 25, 2022

Sloan Carruth was exuberant. “When all the awards were announced, I was with friends and started jumping around and freaking out,” she said. It was May 2021, and Carruth had just found out she...

(Left to Right) Toasted White Chocolate Mocha, 
 Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulee Latte. There are six Starbucks holiday drinks in total this year, including the new Iced Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte.

The 3 Best Starbucks Holiday Drinks

Anna Schmiedicke, Editor February 15, 2022

Each and every year, right around the holiday season, Starbucks rolls out a line of festive beverages. Whether it’s an innovative twist on a coffee classic or a tried-and-true staple, a select few drinks...

Finding a Work Around

Finding a Work Around

Natalie Howard and Madeline Sisk January 7, 2022

When junior Mary Wilkes Dunavant gets stressed, like, really stressed, it affects everything. “My stomach hurts, and I’m so moody, like, I hate people during that time,” Dunavant said. “I feel...

Breaking the Mold

Anna Schmiedicke, Editor January 4, 2022

Senior George Brandon pulls one bowl from a stack of many. He’s glazing today, one of the final steps in the extended process of creating pottery. This one is littered with holes across the lower...

A Kohesian server brings out food to hungry diners in the weeks before December closure. Kohesian was one of the many restaurant to experience decrease in sales during the pandemic.

Open For Business?

Anna Schmiedicke, Writer January 4, 2022

According to theNational Restaurant Association, more than 110,000 restaurants in the United States closed in 2020, either temporarily or permanently. In March of 2020 businesses across the country were...

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

Lauren Shang, Editor January 4, 2022

It is Aug. 16, 2021: the first day of school for the year. Students are coming back to a campus that most haven’t set foot on since May. But there are also students who are coming back after being virtual...

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 school year, every teacher was told they had to have their students put...

Seasons Grievings

Season’s Grievings

Ellie Christie, Editor December 9, 2021

Ellie: It’s autumn, which means the weather outside is not quite yet frightful but it sure is getting there. When the weather gets frightful, so do some folks’ brains. SAD: Makes sense. Where’s...

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