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December 2015

Taking the Brand-New, Redesigned SAT
3 years ago

Taking the Brand-New, Redesigned SAT

For 2015, the PSAT and SAT underwent the biggest change in 30 years.

Back in early October, students in tenth and eleventh grade at The Gregory School  filed into the …
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Too Blessed to be Stressed: Our Tips for Finals Week
3 years ago

Too Blessed to be Stressed: Our Tips for Finals Week

It’s time once again for TGS students to start preparing for final exams. However, unlike most years, this December won’t mean less than adequate sleep hours, skipped meals, and possible …
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Men’s Season Off to a Strong Start After Boyd Baker Win

With a tournament title to start, the men’s basketball team has a promising season ahead. Having lost eight seniors from last season, this year’s team is composed mostly of underclassmen.

Varsity …
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Women’s Basketball Team is Back at The Gregory School
3 years ago

Women’s Basketball Team is Back at The Gregory School

Women’s basketball has started up again. The team, composed of 11 women, is brand new this year.

Last year, there were not enough players to make a team, so girls …
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New Star Wars Movie Comes Out This Week
3 years ago

New Star Wars Movie Comes Out This Week

Warm up the cash registers and the credit card readers. Get that popcorn pop, pop, popping.Make sure there are plenty of seats at the cinema, because “Star Wars: The Force …
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How Chinese Students Adapt to Life in America
3 years ago

How Chinese Students Adapt to Life in America

In recent years, studying abroad has become a new craze among Chinese students. More and more students came to the United States, the so-called “Land of Opportunity,” at an early …
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How Has The Gregory School Changed Over the Years?
3 years ago

How Has The Gregory School Changed Over the Years?

As the years have come and gone, so have many other things at The Gregory School.

Many years ago, TGS offered vending machines filled with cheap snacks for students to …
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Widespread Hysteria Engulfs College Campuses
3 years ago

Widespread Hysteria Engulfs College Campuses

An alarming trend is taking place in America. For years, right wing extremists have driven the Republican Party further to the right than ever before. In response, it seems, there …
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Psychology and Literature Class Holds Trial
3 years ago

Psychology and Literature Class Holds Trial

English teacher Lori Barnett organized a unique trial project to help her Psychology and Literature students explore the perplexing Tim O’Brien novel “In the Lake of the Woods.” Barnett combined …
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Five Years of Advisory: Reimagining Our Support System
3 years ago

Five Years of Advisory: Reimagining Our Support System

Every Monday at 10:10 AM, students pour out of their A Block classes and roll into their advisories. They exchange pleasantries with their faculty advisors, open up their laptops to …
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Men’s Basketball Wins Boyd Baker Tournament
3 years ago

Men’s Basketball Wins Boyd Baker Tournament

The Gregory School men’s basketball team won the annual Boyd Baker tournament after three days of competitive games. The women’s team also competed in the tournament.

Starting on Monday, November …
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Gregory Day Comes Early This Year
3 years ago

Gregory Day Comes Early This Year

In life, there are about three things you can consistently count on: you will be born, you will die eventually, and Gregory Day will occur in the second semester. On …
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Thespians Shine at Phoenix Conference

Gregory School students performed their production of “The Superhero Ultraferno” in Phoenix at the Arizona Thespian Conference on Saturday, November 21.

Judges came, watched, and evaluated the dramatic production on …
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Anti-Drug Presentation Fails to Engage Students
3 years ago

Anti-Drug Presentation Fails to Engage Students

For most everyone on The Gregory School campus, Fridays are packed. Students are often locked in to rotations like Project: Inquiry or mandatory Math Lab sessions. They finish college applications …
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Five Students Chosen to Travel to Physics Competition in Israel
3 years ago

Five Students Chosen to Travel to Physics Competition in Israel

Five Gregory School students will travel to Israel to participate in the Shalheveth Freier International Physics Tournament this April. The team will build a safe and attempt to crack safes …
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Our Favorite Holiday Films
3 years ago

Our Favorite Holiday Films

  • “LOVE ACTUALLY”: HANNAH EMAMI
  • “ELF”: KARAM KATARIYA, CAROLINE ZLAKET
  • “A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS”: NOAH SHARMA
  • “THE GRINCH WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS”: SAM GROSKIND, TORI SUBLETTE
  • “HOME ALONE”: VALERIE YAROVA, DHRUV PATEL

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Top Holiday Events in Tucson
3 years ago

Top Holiday Events in Tucson

Info about the Downtown Parade of Lights, Winterhaven Festival of Lights, Fourth Avenue Street Fair, performances of “The Nutcracker,” and more holiday events in Tucson.

Staff Picks: Where We’re Headed This Holiday
3 years ago

Staff Picks: Where We’re Headed This Holiday

We asked our staff what they will be doing over the winter break.

‘Steph’s Gonna Steph’: How the Warriors Star has Changed the Game (and Life)

“And Steph Curry with the splash! What can’t he do?”

Sound familiar? In the past few months, the NBA Warriors basketball team has become more well-known than ever, and their …
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