News

by / on September 21, 2013 at 1:37 pm

New Kids On The Block Part 1

This year GSA is welcoming many new teachers and staff to the school. Let’s get acquainted with a couple of these newbies. Suzzi Nielsen grew up in California where she went to Humboldt State and got her B.S. in Environmental Science. After spending most of her life in California she […]

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From the Editor
by / on June 12, 2013 at 7:02 pm

From the Editor

Every evening for four months my dad made the same old jibe at the dinner table: “So, when’s the paper coming out?” I would tell him for the millionth time that there was no paper, that I was a busy sophomore, that my friends and I would get around to […]

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Class Night 2013
by / on June 12, 2013 at 6:18 pm

Class Night 2013

Class Night farewell at George Stevens, two days before graduation. Goodbye, George Stevens! from Beeswax Productions on Vimeo. Goodbye, George Stevens It’s been a long four years to be sure since as freshmen we first walked in the door Debby gave us a pass and sent us to class but […]

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Senior Prank a fiasco once again
by / on June 5, 2013 at 6:25 pm

Senior Prank a fiasco once again

May 14, Tuesday night, as this reporter lay dreaming fitfully of Hamiltonianism and the Cuban Missile Crisis, mischief was afoot in the dark halls of GSA. Senior Prank is an annual tradition at many high schools.  Pranks are delicate things, apt to go awry when too many people are involved.  […]

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The Last Minute
by / on June 5, 2013 at 1:02 pm

The Last Minute

The very first issue of the Procrastinator was released on May 4, 2011.  It featured a vintage piece of Drew Cleveland portraiture- a magnificent yet very unflattering depiction of then-headmaster Bags Brokaw holding what appears to be a tiny popsicle.  It also featured this mission statement from Lucy Jakub: The […]

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Seniors high-five entire student body
by / on May 23, 2013 at 2:36 am

Seniors high-five entire student body

The senior high-five chain has become an annual tradition at George Stevens Academy.  Wednesday May 22 marked the final all-school assembly of the year; Student Council President Stephen Salois passed down the microphone to Charlotte Reiter, who will lead all-school assembly in the coming year.  The meeting ended with a […]

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LePage grades Maine Schools; gives GSA a C
by / on May 11, 2013 at 4:49 pm

LePage grades Maine Schools; gives GSA a C

It’s that time of year— when students across America sit down and color in lots of little bubbles which will determine their place in the pecking order of college applications (juniors, our thoughts are with you). There is nothing quite like having your intelligence reduced to a number. No doubt […]

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Pompeii Baby
by / on May 11, 2013 at 4:03 pm

Pompeii Baby

  A love song by Mr. Gilden, Head of the Math Department Pompeii baby! Pompeii baby! You’re in my heart and you’re in my brain. Oh, Why’d you rent an apartment next to a volcano? Had you lived till the ides, I’d have made you my wife. Now I’ll marry […]

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by / on May 9, 2013 at 9:36 pm

Water Coolers

Recently, the water coolers were removed from the hallways of our school, much to the frustration of the students. “I don’t want to drink from the water fountains” Said one student, “That’s just gross.” When asked about the change, faculty members explained that the water coolers have a surprisingly large […]

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When In Rome, Don’t Build It In A Day
by / on May 9, 2013 at 2:19 pm

When In Rome, Don’t Build It In A Day

And now, an alphabet rendition of the fantastic GSA Italy Trip: A is for “Allora,” which means “so” or “then” in Italian.  We heard this a lot. B is for Bridge.  Specifically, the bridge that Stephen Salois jumped off into the Arno River in Florence. C is for Cappuccino. And […]

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