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October 2014 Issue

New iPhone is bigger & better than ever

All the hype is back again for the new Apple iPhone, but is it really that great? Apple has announced their new iPhones and the new Apple Watch. Hype abounds …
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Dr. Sherrill reflects on first year and the future

At the beginning of last year, The Gregory School welcomed the new head, Dr. Julie Sherrill. Sherrill hoped for many changes in her first year, but some weren’t able to …
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What happened to all of the TGS spirit?
4 years ago

What happened to all of the TGS spirit?

Homecoming season is coming to an end and familiar scenes of students wearing pajamas in the hallways, sports teams preparing for their showcase games, and posters advertising the Homecoming Dance …
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Controversy over new school name apparent in school and Tucson community

Head of school Julie Sherrill and the Board of Trustees have decided that after 33 years it was time for a change. To much public response, St. Gregory College …
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ISIS: Who’s to blame for its rise?

In today’s exceedingly partisan environment, right-wing pundits are quick to blame President Obama for the current situation in Iraq and the subsequent rise of the Islamic State. Purveyors of this …
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The Maze Runner Review: A-maze-ed by the movie

The Maze Runner, starring Dylan O’Brien (MTV’s Teen Wolf), is the story of a fearless teenager who changes everything in a dystopian future world. Sounds familiar, right? It is extremely …
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Administration welcomes inaugural 5th grade class

In January of 2014, it was decided by head of school Dr. Julie Sherrill and the board of trustees that The Gregory School would add a fifth grade to the …
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Swim looks ahead to states with promising team
4 years ago

Swim looks ahead to states with promising team

The swim team is off to a positive start with new additions to the team, as well as returning swimmers.

“This season is looking great. We have a lot of …
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More structural changes in TGS administration

Since the beginning of the new school year at The Gregory School (formerly St. Gregory), there have been tweaks in the administrative structure on campus. While there have been no …
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Letter from the Editor: October 2014

In the four years I’ve been in journalism, I’ve found myself reminiscing on one past experience that the rest of the Chant staff has become all too familiar with:

On …
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Girls’ volleyball is stronger than ever

The Gregory School volleyball team this year had to face various changes in different perspectives. One of them was many new members; however, the girls already managed to become a …
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New coach and new cross country team

This season’s cross country team shows promise. After one meet, the team is hopeful for the remainder of the season. Senior R.J. Prudic said about the season, “The cross country …
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New streetcar increases public transportation use

On July 25, 2014, the brand-new Tucson “Sun Link” streetcar opened to 17,000 eager citizens excited to take their first ride. Covering 3.9 miles in Central Tucson, the streetcar route …
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Will student council be able to follow through on its promises this year?

During the first few weeks of school, the upper school student council (also known as “STUCO”) was relatively quiet. Besides a couple announcements about paying for the STUCO package to …
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Boys’ soccer  kicks off the season with a strong start
4 years ago

Boys’ soccer kicks off the season with a strong start

With fall sports in full swing at The Gregory School, students are adjusting to their new schedules of tackling school, practice, games, and extracurricular activities. Men’s soccer is no exception: …
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Review: How to Get Away with Murder

Shonda Rhimes, writer of popular television shows “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” recently produced the new ABC hit “How to Get Away with Murder.” The show chronicles the trials and tribulations …
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Eighth annual Homecoming celebrates new name
4 years ago

Eighth annual Homecoming celebrates new name

The 2014 Homecoming was put together by members of the Family Association, the Upper School Student Council, the Middle School Student Council, and the Athletic Department.

For the second year …
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New schedule causes backlash

The Gregory School administration made significant changes to the daily schedule at the start of the 2014 school year. Head of School Dr. Julie Sherrill and a scheduling committee are …
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Review: American Horror Story

The circus has long been revered as a source of fun entertainment for families and children across America, which only makes it more powerful as the theme of Ryan Murphy’s …
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