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Snowden Farnsworth

Snowden Farnsworth, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Photo: Callie Hollis

When she’s not on the winning scholarships from Playhouse on the Square or being the star in St. George’s plays, you can find her dancing the night away. Her favorite types of dance include jazz and contemporary. When she grows up, she wants to live in New York, be on Broadway but never stop writing. Oh and not to mention the fact that she is also the Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Lodge. This year, she looks forward to helping new and old members of The Lodge find and develop their passions.

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Upper school history teacher Emily Metz laughs as she takes up phones at the beginning of her first period AP Government class. The students are required to put their phones into the blue bin at the start of each class period.

Crackdown

March 30, 2020
A young ballerina practices the ‘bird arms’ in the “I’ve Been Buked” dance. After gaining some confidence, she made her way to the front row, bringing excited energy with her wherever she went.

Alvin Ailey for All

March 18, 2020
A Lodge Update

A Lodge Update

March 17, 2020
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre Company member Yannick Lebrun, sits on the side watching the class try out the dance on their own. Upon their completion, he leapt to his feet clapping in support.

Alvin Ailey for All

February 15, 2020
Tracy, played by Brooke Papritz, and Nadyia, played by Caroline Simpson, panic at Tracy’s computer in one of the final scenes of “When We Get Good Again.” This new work premiered Jan. 10 and runs through Jan. 26.

Play on Plagiarism

January 21, 2020
A student poses holding a water bottle over an overflowing recycling bin.

What A Waste

January 19, 2020
St. George's shifts to a new exam schedule.

[PHOTO] Testing it Out

December 17, 2019
Sophomore Caroline Higley works with her group to paint a sunset at the Art Show on Nov 7. Two groups of students formed to work on the live art painting.

Painting Together

November 20, 2019
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November 20, 2019
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December 5, 2019
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December 5, 2019
In this illustration, students gather in the library to watch Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s TEDtalk on
the danger of the single story. The Lodge was asked to refain from photography during the Day on Pause in order to make students feel more comfortable participating.

How Do We Heal?

October 29, 2019
Ms. Wagner’s advisory works intently on their flag. Each house presented one flag per advisory, and were given points for best collection of flags overall.

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October 29, 2019
Cypress students work on creating a cheer for their house. Cypress' cheer was ranked third best by the judges.

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October 29, 2019
[insert name] works with a percussion element. The houses' cheers were all accompanied by some sort of drumline.

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October 29, 2019
[name] makes a suggestion during the creative process of Cypress' cheer. Judges graded the cheers on creativity and execution, amongst other factors.

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October 29, 2019
A star shoots across the sky as Snowden Farnsworth breaks down astrological signs and the history behind them.

Starstruck

May 16, 2019
A group of students stop to take a picture in Dresden by the waterfront. They visited Prague for two days.

Expanding Horizons

April 24, 2019
People with chronic illnesses created a supportive community for each other called the “spoonie community.” It was named for Christine Miserandino’s spoon theory.

Silent Struggle

April 22, 2019
Rundown of the Shutdown

Rundown of the Shutdown

January 28, 2019
Ms. McCarthy high-fives a mom on High-Five Friday. Ms. McCarthy started the tradition with the intent to give students and families a boost of confidence to start the day.

Up Top!

January 24, 2019
Junior Elizabeth Crane smiles as she receives a robot base. The team collaborated on the field while preparing for the tournament.

Robotics on Fire

January 10, 2019
Stumped for Spirit Week?

Stumped for Spirit Week?

September 24, 2018
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