In a year of many excellent films, one dud has risen to the top of the awards heap: Damien Chazelle’s nostalgia-soaked, Hollywood navel-gazing musical “La La Land,” which debuted … Read More
What motivates a student to succeed? Grades? The future? College? It all depends on the person. What motivates the students in this year’s freshman class, the class of 2020? … Read More
On Friday, January 20th, around 9:30 am, TGS students had the opportunity to watch the presidential inauguration in the school theater. Middle schoolers, upper schoolers, faculty, and staff watched … Read More
Before beginning, I would like to acknowledge the fact that I wear shirts and pants sporting non-exorbitant brand logos frequently. This column is not intended to belittle anyone who … Read More
Go is a two-player board game invented in ancient China around three thousand years ago. The game is famous for its complexity as well as for the incredible number … Read More
In this brown bag interregnum between food service providers, we have a chance to reflect on what we would most desire, our dream lunch program, our dream lunch. I … Read More
“Cheating will never stop. Ever. As long as kids are going to school, there will be cheating. The weird part is that sometimes cheating can be harder than actually … Read More
On December 8, at precisely three o’clock in the afternoon, I sat in front my computer in eager anticipation and clicked on the “View Your Decision” tab. Instead of … Read More
New year, new music to look out for. While many artists have announced that they’re coming out with new albums this year, most of the buzz has been circling … Read More
Nonviolence, hope for the future, the loving struggle against the forces of evil, and ending physical violence against women were key principles undergirding the Women’s March on Washington.
Some schools have football teams, cheerleading squads, crowded half-time bleachers; at The Gregory School, we have Poetry Out Loud. For over a decade now, The Gregory School has celebrated … Read More
Beauty standards harmful to African-American women
The Price of Admissions
Should Encore classes have another Encore?
Why Wearing Name Brands Is Stupid
‘Steph’s Gonna Steph’: How the Warriors Star has Changed the Game (and Life)
Teen sleep at odds with early classes
Voluntourism: How Far is Too Far?
Free Block vs. Study Hall: The Debate Continues
Zero Hour Made Mandatory for Some Students
November 2015 – View Print Version
La La Land and the Dangers of Fantasy
February 20, 2017
The Freshman Class Needs a Jolt
TGS Reacts to DJT
You’re Cheating Yourself
Deferred – A Confession
New Music 2017
Women’s March in D.C. Overshadows Trump’s Inauguration
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