“The Young Elites” is a series of three novels set in Europe during the 1400s that follows a group of malfettos who, after the blood fever, are left with … Read More
The Gregorian Chant Staff Pick
On October 21, at the Comerica Theater in Phoenix, hundreds of excited teenagers bustled around the theater, some waiting to buy merchandise, others already running towards their seats, pulling … Read More
Let’s talk about country music for a moment. While it is true that not everyone on campus is a country music fan, and in fact, it is probably the … Read More
I first became aware of Marina Abramović this past summer. I was in Oregon, in the woods with my closest friends, taking part in a workshop encouraging us to … Read More
We live in an era of revivals. From shopping at vintage clothing stores, to playing Pac-Man in renovated arcades, to asking our parents for music suggestions, teenagers now are … Read More
There is no candidate in this general election that I believe in as much as I believe in Ann Kirkpatrick. I believe in supporting her not only because of … Read More
The College Board is corrupt. As a society, we have allowed a single organization to control the entirety of the college admissions process, and consequently we have an unfair, … Read More
This year, the women’s volleyball team at TGS is doing great and expects to make it to state because of their talent, hard work, and commitment. So far, they … Read More
The 2016 men’s soccer season finished with a bang.
The Hawks soccer team lost crucial seniors last year – forwards Skylar Decker, David Castillo, Moritz Gloesslein, and goal-keeper … Read More
(From left to right) Artwork showcased in the theater included “Yer So Bad” by Tanaya Davis, “The Transition” by Cameron Moore, and “Irukandji” by Elena Acuña.
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“Is it just me or is there a firefly in there?” COMIC COURTESY OF JAMES KNEPLER, GRADE 6
“The Night of the Living Dead,” originally directed by George A. Romero, is a 1968 zombie apocalypse movie that tells a horror story about walking corpses searching for living … Read More
In 2016, more than fifty years after her death, artist Frida Kahlo’s fame and popularity are undiminished. Her iconic face adorns t-shirts, totes, and murals around the world.
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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