Freshmen

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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Get That Ginger!
by / on October 30, 2012 at 4:11 pm

Get That Ginger!

It happened at the Festival of Champions race in Belfast.  It was raining and the entire course was muddy.  People were falling everywhere.  Frank Schweizer was running in the freshman boys’ race, against at least 200 other runners.  Throughout the entire thing he was holding off two runners behind him.  […]

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The Freshman Experience
by / on October 3, 2012 at 2:57 pm

The Freshman Experience

Article by Mina Mattes and Abigail Jakub Navigating the GSA hallways may be old hat to some, but to freshman, it’s a whole new world of confusing. “I got lost a few times the first week,” said new student Brianna Saad, “It’s quite a change, since I used to go […]

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GSA Lunch, A Moveable Feast
by / on January 13, 2012 at 5:58 pm

GSA Lunch, A Moveable Feast

  Lunch: not a class, but arguably the best part of the school day.  Often, something discussed with friends at lunch is much more exciting than anything a teacher said. Actually that’s true pretty much all the time. But where does one eat lunch?  The Lunch Spot is a crucial […]

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