The Lodge

Kicking Pay Inequity

Kicking Pay Inequity

Isabel Dlabach, Reporter

October 7, 2019

“[The] USSF has utterly failed to promote gender equality.” This is the complaint that all 28 members of the current United States Women’s National (Soccer) Team (WNT) have issued in their gender-based discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF). The federal class-action la...

Float Like a Butterfly, Sing Like a Bee

Float Like a Butterfly, Sing Like a Bee

Snowden Farnsworth, Co Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2019

On Sept 6, the Upper School choir, who call themselves the St. George’s Singers, along with some members of the American Music Ensemble performed at the Sweeter than Honey Luncheon sponsored by Thistle and Bee held at Temple Israel.  Thistle and Bee is an organization that employs women survivors ...

Chapel Sermon Causes Controversy

Chapel Sermon Causes Controversy

Owen Hewitt, Co Editor-In-Chief

September 18, 2019

St. George’s students were pulled out of class at noon yesterday for a chapel follow-up after a controversial reflection was given by Reverend Thomas Momberg on Tuesday, Sept. 17 during all-school chapel.  Rev. Momberg works as the Vicar at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, housed on St. George’s Memphi...

Let’s Make These Houses Homes

Let’s Make These Houses Homes

Owen Hewitt, Co-Editor-in-Chief

August 20, 2019

Co-Editor-In-Chief Snowden Farnsworth and Editor of Features Cary Robbins also contributed to the reporting of this story. St. George’s Upper School kicked off the second annual house competition on Friday, dedicating the entirety of the day’s schedule to what was dubbed the “House Retreat....

Summer Staycation? We’ve Got You Covered

Summer Staycation? We’ve Got You Covered

Callie Hollis, Reporter

June 21, 2019

Summer break is a time to kick back and relax. For those of us staying home this break, make your staycation fun with activities. Climb your way to a fun staycation this summer. Rock climbing is a great way to spend your time this break. There are several places in Memphis that offer this, such as Hi...

Rock Me Mama Like A Wagon Wheel

Rock Me Mama Like A Wagon Wheel

Snowden Farnsworth, Co Editor-in-Chief

May 30, 2019

On Apr. 11, 2019, St. George’s middle and high school students and faculty gathered in the gym at the end of a long school day to celebrate Rebecca’s Light. Rebecca’s Light is an annual event in memoriam of Rebecca Meriwether Cooper Klyce '12. Although, supported by her parents, it has a hopefu...

2019 Carnival

2019 Carnival

Callie Hollis and Snowden Farnsworth

May 26, 2019

As we wrapped up the school year, St. George's Independent School threw the end of the year carnival. The carnival is a yearly tradition to celebrate the start of the summer. In light of this celebration, the Lodge made a video to highlight the fun times at carnival!   We hope you have a fun and safe summer, the Lodge...

A Cloud Over Tomorrow

A Cloud Over Tomorrow

Evan Dorian and Laura Beard

May 22, 2019

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. And these days, where there’s a cloud, there’s a vape pen. In its earliest stages over a decade ago, vaping was marketed as a means to ease the process of quitting smoking cigarettes but now threatens to make a new generation addicted to nicotine. Vape pe...

Acting and Activism

Acting and Activism

Snowden Farnsworth, Dean Campell, and Owen Hewitt

May 20, 2019

"When I moved to Memphis and began working at Playhouse, I approached the Playhouse On the Square staff with the idea of adding a Queer Youth Theater to our education department, and everyone was on board,” Ms. Carley Crawford said. “Thus, Q&A was born.” Ms. Crawford founded the group in 2015 with ...

It’s a New Chapter for Softball

It’s a New Chapter for Softball

Emma Bennett, Co Editor-in-Chief

May 17, 2019

It’s the opening game of the season, and it’s a beautiful day for softball. Dr. Kyle Capstick stands on the same field she played on during her time at St. George’s, but instead of a teammate, she is now the head coach. St. George’s is facing off against St. Agnes and hoping to begin their season...

Hot-Take Horoscopes!

Hot-Take Horoscopes!

Will Brown, Spencer Cotham, Snowden Farnsworth, and Claire Rooney

May 16, 2019

Aries (March 21 - April 19)  Aries, you are as hot as the blazing Memphis sun. You’re killing it, when you walk into a room all eyes are on you, but be careful not to burn others.       Taurus (April 20 - May 20) Baby steps, Taurus. Let’s go one hoof at a time to get to your goals. Always remember that fortune favors the bull-d (Nice one right! I t...

Starstruck

Starstruck

Snowden Farnsworth, Editor

May 16, 2019

Does the fault lie with the stars, as Shakespeare wondered, or does it lie with ourselves, that we trust them? Though we have known for millennia that the orientation of constellations in the night sky has no influence on individual human lives, horoscopes remain enduringly popular A survey complete...