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Miriam Brown

Miriam Brown, Editor-in-Chief

Have you heard of Miriam Brown? If you exist in the St. George’s ecosystem, then of course you have. Miriam’s a star student with more than a lot on her plate. It’s no surprise that she is the leader of numerous clubs and organizations at St. George’s, nor is it a surprise that she is one of the editors-in-chief of the Lodge. After the hustle and bustle of her usually way-too-busy day, Miriam likes to go home and take a nap. Colorado is Miriam’s home away from home; she spends all of her summers there working at Noah’s Ark Kitchen, and she would likely stay there forever if she could. She likes watching movies, especially romcoms and musicals. With a hand in non-profit clubs like Make-a-Wish and Best Buddies, Miriam is ready to take charge and make the world a better place.

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Title IX

Title IX

April 19, 2017
Senior Eva Neel sleds through the snow. SGGO enjoyed their Presidents Day weekend on a frozen lake in Maine.

Mushing in Maine

February 23, 2017
A Letter from the Lodge

A Letter from the Lodge

January 31, 2017
Juniors Katie Boyle, Chloe Booth, Essence Davis and Miriam Brown pose with members of the Board of Trustees at the Memphis Womens Summit. The Summit was put on by the Junior League of Memphis.

Who runs the world?

April 5, 2016
This ink isn’t permanent, but tattoos are. Some people who have gotten them have regretted their decision later in life, wanting to hide them instead.

[Photo] Beauty is pain

February 18, 2016
Students play a game of “The Knot.” This game was staged to demonstrate activities at bridge Builders.

Bridging the gap

February 11, 2016
Students participate in “the roller coaster” at the football state championship. The Gryphons proceeded to win the state title in front of over 220 students.

‘Lifelong Gryphons’

December 17, 2015
Students are awash in a cloud of pigments. The more pledges a student got, the more color they received.

[Photo]

October 6, 2015
Sophomore Katie Boyle struggles to find the balance between her required and elective courses. Because of the mixture of courses, students were frustrated when signing up for their classes. (Staged photo)

Balancing act

April 9, 2015
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