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Living Life Online

Living Life Online

Cary Robbins and Aiden Curran

November 20, 2019

"I was kind of slacking off in my classwork,” senior Silas Rhodes said. “I mean obviously Snapchat was something like two hours a day, but Instagram, when I got that, I spent like three hours or so. It was just ridiculous.” Rhodes is not the only teenager who felt that the introduction to social...

St. George’s Art Show 2019

St. George’s Art Show 2019

Aiden Curran, Reporter

November 19, 2019

A short review of this year's St. George's Art Show.

Showcasing Students at the Art Show

Showcasing Students at the Art Show

Jacob Gettig, Editor

November 14, 2019

The school is bustling with life even though it’s a Saturday. The American Music Ensemble plays a song, the theatre performs a segment of their play, poems are read. It is the final day of the annual art show. The art show has been a recurring event for years, and it has always served as a way to...

Elton John is STILL on Fire

Elton John is STILL on Fire

David Ogle, Reporter

November 13, 2019

“This is our last performance in Memphis so we’re going to make it special, okay?” Sir Elton John said during his performance at  FedExForum on October 30th. Elton John made his first appearance in Memphis back in 1971 on his second US tour, and has played in Memphis ten times since. The Rocket ...

Disney+ or Disney-

Disney+ or Disney-

Jacob Gettig, Editor

November 12, 2019

Am I the only one worrying about Disney+? Sure, I’m excited, too. Who wouldn’t be? While I am most excited for the adult-oriented Star Wars series, “The Mandalorian,” fans can also look forward to the mockumentary series, “High School Musical: The Musical: The series.” The service will als...

The Breaking Point

The Breaking Point

Owen Hewitt and Erin O'Connell

November 7, 2019

Two years ago, Carsten Haddad took the field on a Thursday night in autumn for Mid South Futbol Club. Haddad had been playing for the club since it was created, when he was eight years old. It had been a fairly normal Thursday for Haddad, a freshman at the time. He had gone through the typical St. George’s...

Taylor Swift’s “Lover:” Return or Repeat?

Taylor Swift’s “Lover:” Return or Repeat?

David Ogle, Reporter

November 4, 2019

Taylor Swift’s “Lover” is a dreamy return to the radio that many fans will enjoy, but it does not demonstrate much significant musical growth. Since her first album release in 2006, Swift’s sound has evolved with each new record. Her old albums, like 2008’s “Fearless” and 2010’s...

Sudden Head of School Change Shocks School Community

Sudden Head of School Change Shocks School Community

Isabel Dlabach, Editor

October 29, 2019

On Sunday, Oct. 27 at 6:00pm, St. George’s families received an email announcing the appointment of Mr. Timothy Gibson as the Interim Head of School, effective that day. It was known that former Head of School Mr. Ross Peters would be leaving at the end of the 2019-2020 school year, so a mid-semester ...

How Do We Heal?

How Do We Heal?

Snowden Farnsworth and Isabel Dlabach

October 29, 2019

In the dawn of the school year, St. George’s has faced challenges that have prompted difficult discussions. Racial tensions have thrust the school into the public eye and pushed its community to face them head on. How exactly does a school deal with this kind of conversation? We’re finding out. On T...

Disney Live Action Remakes: More or Less?

Disney Live Action Remakes: More or Less?

Sam Kuykendall and Keiara

October 28, 2019

In recent years, production companies have produced remakes of myriad classics films. According to the British online newspaper the Independent, Disney alone has created 10 remakes since 2010, which have grossed over $7 billion in the box office collectively. These remade films have garnered a wide range...

Gryphons’ Volleyball Claims State Title

Gryphons’ Volleyball Claims State Title

Owen Hewitt, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2019

It’s nine in the morning. The Murphy Center, Middle Tennessee State’s venue for basketball and volleyball would likely be pretty dormant at this time on a normal day. Today is not a normal day. Instead, just shy of one hundred St. George’s students fill the arena’s seating, around twenty feet...

A Play On Words

A Play On Words

Jacob Gettig, Reporter

October 25, 2019

The school is nearly empty. Students have gone home and teachers are leaving, but one boisterous group remains. The cast of the play awkwardly reads through their lines, not quite comfortable with their characters yet. Karen Dean, the director, gives critiques, slowly turning their stilted reading into...