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October 2015

Security Crisis on Gregory School Campus?
3 years ago

Security Crisis on Gregory School Campus?

Vandals have struck The Gregory School’s campus once again, this time defacing buildings and destroying property. Unfortunately, the school’s security problems continue to extend well beyond graffiti on the …
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Cross Country Runs Into New Season
3 years ago

Cross Country Runs Into New Season

While everyone has been complaining about Zero Hour classes, the Cross Country team has been coming in three times a week at 6 AM for morning practice. After competing in …
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Outsiders Shake Up the 2016 Presidential Race
3 years ago

Outsiders Shake Up the 2016 Presidential Race

After the second Republican presidential debate on September 15, pollsters have Carly Fiorina surging to second place, pushing Ben Carson out from what was once his comfortable spot behind …
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Boys Soccer Shoots for State Tournament
3 years ago

Boys Soccer Shoots for State Tournament

New cleats, freshly cut grass, and fierce competition: it’s that time of year again. The  soccer boys for The Gregory School reunited back in early August, all anxious to …
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Seeing Double? No, That’s Just Student Council
3 years ago

Seeing Double? No, That’s Just Student Council

It’s a record year in Student Council history: three sets of siblings have taken leadership roles in one year. The Katariya brothers, the Ramakumar siblings, and the Bates twins …
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It’s Time for Off-Campus Lunch
3 years ago

It’s Time for Off-Campus Lunch

Off-campus lunch has been proposed by students for several years now, but it is time to make it happen. Many students on campus want more food choices for lunch, since …
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Gregory School’s Writing Center Launches with 11 Tutors

The writing center opened its doors on Friday, September 4, with 11 tutors on staff to provide feedback, guidance, and instruction on writing to Upper School students.

Located …
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New Gregory School Fabrication Lab Opens
3 years ago

New Gregory School Fabrication Lab Opens

The new Gregory School fabrication lab opened in August after a period of renovation over the summer. Called the “Fab Lab,” the space is the first in Arizona based on …
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Interdisciplinary Project Inquiry Begins
3 years ago

Interdisciplinary Project Inquiry Begins

Project Inquiry, a new interdisciplinary learning program in the upper school, began in August with an introduction to the project and its goals.

Led by ten teachers, 26 …
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Gregory School Cafeteria Adds Vegan Options After Student Demand Grows
3 years ago

Gregory School Cafeteria Adds Vegan Options After Student Demand Grows

Some call it a trend. Others call it a lifestyle. But in the grand scheme of things, veganism—a diet free from animal products—is changing this planet for the better. With …
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Voluntourism: How Far is Too Far?
3 years ago

Voluntourism: How Far is Too Far?

Ah, summer.

That wonderful time of year when everybody’s Instagram feed is updated every five seconds with pictures of balmy tropical beaches, watermelon Eegees, beaming friends posing in …
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Gregory School Enrollment Drops Once Again
3 years ago

Gregory School Enrollment Drops Once Again

The Gregory School enrollment has dropped again for the eleventh straight year, down from 283 to 255 from 2014-2015. Even though Middle School enrollment grew for 2015-16, the upper …
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New Student Lounge Opened, Then Closed
3 years ago

New Student Lounge Opened, Then Closed

The student lounge in Zeskind Hall reopened with a new look and new furniture on September 8 after being upgraded by the Upper School Student Council in August. So far, …
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Zero Hour Made Mandatory for Some Students

After the American Association of Pediatrics published a report stating that schools should start no earlier than 8:30 AM in the morning, Gregory School students were introduced to a new …
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Pope Visits the United States

Streets lined with hundreds of thousands of exhilarated believers, a packed joint session of Congress, mothers casting their babies into the hands of Vatican aides for the chance to …
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Cross Country Runs Into 2015 Season

While everyone has been complaining about Zero Hour classes, the Cross Country team has been coming in three times a week at 6 AM for morning practice. After competing …
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Girls Volleyball Update

With a young team and mixed record, the girls’ volleyball team remains optimistic about the remainder of the season. So far, the team has won five games and lost …
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Ben Petersen Attends Media Conference in Washington D.C.
3 years ago

Ben Petersen Attends Media Conference in Washington D.C.

In June, I attended the Al Neuharth Free Spirit & Journalism Conference at the Newseum in Washington D.C. after being selected to represent Arizona at this all-expenses-paid media conference.

With …
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Meet the All-New Staff at The Gregory School

The Gregory School hired a number of new faculty and staff members to further improve the quality of our community and campus. While the school lost a few faculty members …
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Swim Hawks Splash into New Season
3 years ago

Swim Hawks Splash into New Season

A new season for the Swim Hawks has begun, and the team is alight with energy and eagerness to tackle the challenges ahead. The new coach for the Hawks, …
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Homecoming 2015 Recap
3 years ago

Homecoming 2015 Recap

It was the week everyone had been waiting for at The Gregory School: Homecoming week. Starting off with spirit-themed days and coordinated activities, Student Council made sure that even …
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Student Council Adopts New Structure
3 years ago

Student Council Adopts New Structure

Student Council began the new year by announcing a number of changes to the way they operate as a part of their ongoing efforts to become more engaged with …
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China Devalues Currency

On August 11, 2015, The Chinese central bank suddenly devalued its currency by 2% against the dollar, sparking the largest single move since 1994. Two days later, the value …
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