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November 2015

Man Buns: Love Them, Or Hate Them?

We’ve all seen it. From social media, to pop culture, to TGS students, the man bun has made its presence known in our lives.

But who can rock …
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Junior Nick Rosquist Gets Two College Offers
3 years ago

Junior Nick Rosquist Gets Two College Offers

Junior Nick Rosquist, a student athlete of The Gregory School, has just received two Division 2 scholarships. One of the scholarships was to Oakland City University, a Division 2 …
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Is the End of Ben Carson Nigh?
3 years ago

Is the End of Ben Carson Nigh?

One of the most peculiar figures in the 2016 presidential race is Dr. Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon now leading the Republican pack in several national polls.

Carson …
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Album Season Showdown: Who Will Come Out on Top?
3 years ago

Album Season Showdown: Who Will Come Out on Top?

Every year, between October and December, artists and bands release new music for listeners worldwide. This period, known to some as “album season,” often falls just in time for …
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Why the Youth Vote Counts in 2016

Many students of The Gregory School will finally be able to participate in one of the United States’ famed traditions this year: voting.

Although voting is in essence …
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Boys Basketball Begins
3 years ago

Boys Basketball Begins

Basketball season, one of The Gregory School’s largest sports programs, is finally here. Due to the fact that many of last year’s star players graduated, a good majority of …
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Basketball Girls Get Their Heads in the Game
3 years ago

Basketball Girls Get Their Heads in the Game

It’s a new year, and that means another wave of promising sports teams from The Gregory School. With many talented incoming freshmen, and well-practiced upperclassmen to lead the efforts, …
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So Much to Do, So Little Time: A Senior Perspective

Head of School Dr. Julie Sherrill recently decided to cancel afternoon classes and showed Gregory School students “Beyond Measure,” a  new documentary film about a new educational approach on …
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Senior Trip in Jeopardy Due to Low Attendance
3 years ago

Senior Trip in Jeopardy Due to Low Attendance

Just eighteen of the thirty eight seniors in the class of 2016 attended this year’s senior trip to the Los Angeles area. Now, the beloved annual tradition may be …
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“Ultraferno” Play Impresses
3 years ago

“Ultraferno” Play Impresses

Gregory students performed the world premiere of “The Superhero Ultraferno” on October 23 and 24 at the school’s Nickerson Performing Arts Center. Twenty school thespians participated in the action-packed …
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New Gregory School Logo Revealed
3 years ago

New Gregory School Logo Revealed

Last year it was a new name, this year it’s a new logo. Just another component of a multi-year rebranding process, The Gregory School’s new hawk logo was revealed …
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Why Study Latin?
3 years ago

Why Study Latin?

At The Gregory School, in addition to English, three languages are taught: Spanish, French, and Latin. The majority of students take the Spanish or French. However, none of the …
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Head of School Dr. Julie Sherrill, Two Years Later

Since Head of School Dr. Julie Sherrill was appointed two years ago, huge changes have been made to the school. While the school’s changes have elicited mixed responses within …
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It’s Flu Season

The Gregory School is in the midst of its greatest flu epidemic in years. In November alone, over 15 students were out with the flu, myself included.

The …
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Texting and Driving Campaign Could Net 100K

Probably nobody would be surprised to find out that, statistically, teenagers are not very good drivers. In fact, of all teenagers that die annually, most of them are killed …
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Fall Fashion Reigns Supreme at The Gregory School

Fall. Many people’s favorite time of year, because of pumpkins, nice weather and an added array of clothing options after months of sweltering heat. For the fashion world, fall …
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Thespians to Perform at Phoenix Conference

The entire cast of The Gregory School’s fall play “The Superhero Ultraferno” will be performing at the Arizona Thespian Festival in Phoenix, in front of at least 1000 people …
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Lit Mag Changes Colors
3 years ago

Lit Mag Changes Colors

The Gregory Muse, the literary magazine of The Gregory School, introduced a new set of color themes for its upcoming print publication. The magazine allows students to submit pieces …
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Are The Gregory School Students Too Stressed?

The Gregory School is a rigorous college preparatory school. Its classes are challenging and its extracurriculars demanding. Naturally students  often feel anxiety and stress because of the intense workloads.

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Male Bathrooms at The Gregory School Still Need Fixing
3 years ago

Male Bathrooms at The Gregory School Still Need Fixing

Male students of The Gregory School continue to complain about the quality and decency of men’s restrooms.

The quality of the restrooms has persisted as a problem at …
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Gregory School Roots & Shoots Club Plants Trees
3 years ago

Gregory School Roots & Shoots Club Plants Trees

This past week, Roots & Shoots planted three new trees on campus to help beautify and replace several trees that had been recently cut down.

“We are excited …
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