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November 2014 Issue

Unrest in Israel follows terrorism
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Unrest in Israel follows terrorism

Tensions are running high in Israel where a wave of recent terror attacks have put both civilians and the military on edge. The attacks began on October 23 when two …
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Black is back at historically black colleges and universities
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Black is back at historically black colleges and universities

A Historically Black College or University, or an HBCU, is an option that less and less African American students are considering nowadays, much to the dismay of those schools.

Of …
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Female rap artists deserve R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Sometime last year a fellow student said something that has stuck with me ever since. While talking about music the subject of rap came up, and as he listed …
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Senior Monty Lussow is on the go

If you spend a little time immersed on The Gregory School campus, you will inevitably hear a common complaint: “This school is so small!”  Yet for senior Montserrat Lussow, the …
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“The Curious Savage” is theatrical success

The Gregory School performed its fall play “The Curious Savage” on November 14 and 15.

The play is based back in the 1940s after the Second World War. The play takes …
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The Walking Dead S5 is best yet

The Walking Dead Season 5 has just started and it is one of the best seasons so far.

For those who don’t know what The Walking Dead is, it’s a …
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Opinion: TGS sports need support from community

The Gregory School is currently seeing the effects on sports teams due to a shifting school and administrative mindset. The Gregory School has been known for putting emphasis on college …
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Boys’ Cross Country participates in state meet
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Boys’ Cross Country participates in state meet

The Gregory Cross Country team has been working hard since the beginning of the school year, making great progress. The team worked together for the whole season helping and supporting …
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Photography students participate in Instagram hashtag project

Scrolling through the Instagram feed, one can usually come across Instagram’s weekly weekend hashtag project, titled #WHP. Photography teacher Shannon Smith has assigned her Intermediate and Advanced photography students to …
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Clubs going up on a Tuesday

One can tell a lot about a high schooler by the clubs he/she involve themselves in; like her passions, ambitions, niche interests, or at the very least who her friends …
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Swim finishes within seconds of qualifying times

The swim team ended their season on November 1. They are proud of all they have accomplished this season, and are eager for the next swim season.

Many swimmers beat …
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Grey’s Anatomy opens up with season 11

The season ten finale of “Grey’s Anatomy” ended with Cristina Yang’s (Sandra Oh) departure and the arrival of a new character, Margaret Pierce (Kelly McCreary). Yang left Grey Sloan Memorial …
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Potentially dangerous side effects hidden in e-cigs

Drugs, especially tobacco, were introduced to the public in the 17th century and became extremely popular in the 19th century.

Smoking tobacco started out as a fun and healthy activity …
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Journalism Class Attends 2014 Convention in DC

The journalism and yearbook staff attended the 2014 journalism convention, toured the West Wing, and met Joe Biden during this year’s trip to Washington D.C. In total, more than 6.200 …
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Errant Blue Ridge goal ends TGS soccer season
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Errant Blue Ridge goal ends TGS soccer season

Hawks soccer finished their season with a 7-5 record in their division and a 5-3 record in their section.

They headed into the state competition ranked eleventh. They played their …
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Day of the Dead is alive downtown

“There are 100,000 of you here,” an All Souls Procession volunteer yells within an enormous crowd of skull painted faces, “So if each of you donate $1, we will make …
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Volleyball goes to states for the second year in a row

The Gregory School volleyball team went to the state tournament for the second time in school history.

The team had a record of 14-3 and was ranked 5th place in …
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Meet your Tucson Congressional Representatives

Ann Kirkpatrick (CD-1)

Range: Oro Valley and the area North of it

Representative: Ann Kirkpatrick, age 64

Kirkpatrick, a Democrat, is serving her third tenure as Representative. She first won representation …
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Taylor Swift and Spotify are never, ever getting back together

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek fired back at Taylor Swift following her contentious decision to pull all of her music from the popular streaming service. In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, …
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Scary fast: Jimmy John’s delivers to The Gregory School

As students at The Gregory School are dismissed from their C or G Block class and make their way to the cafeteria for lunch, Jimmy John’s worker Ken Mahue, 20, …
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TGS campus in need of improvements?

Without a doubt, The Gregory School campus is beautiful—probably the most beautiful high school campus in Arizona.

Our trees, grass, open areas, and beautiful mountain views make students forget that …
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