Opinion

by / on February 1, 2012 at 1:41 pm

From Silence Dogood

February 1, 2012 Dear Procrastinator Editors, As local president of Citizens Against Rogue Glaciers (CARG) I am writing to express my deep concern that a GSA student was hit by a glacier as reported in your newspaper’s last issue. I am further concerned both for the student’s family, for your […]

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Sadie What-kins?
by / on December 20, 2011 at 8:28 pm

Sadie What-kins?

The semi-formal flyers taped up around school have been distressing some students and confusing others.  Among those confused are a large portion of the male demographic at GSA, and students have been ignorantly asking, “What’s a Sadie Perkins dance, anyway?” and, upon being informed: “I still don’t get the point.” […]

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Music and Theatre
by / on December 20, 2011 at 6:14 pm

Music and Theatre

Why doesn’t GSA music work with GSA theater?  When the Jazz Band played a medley from Annie at assembly a while ago, I was thinking how great it would have been if they had played for Anything Goes.  If we have this spectacular music program, why don’t they take advantage […]

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by / on December 20, 2011 at 1:40 pm

From Perkinson

Dear Editors of the Procrastinator, I have been meaning to write you a letter for a while as I have enjoyed reading your newspaper  but I just have not gotten around to putting pen to paper…wait, hold it…now why would I type something like that?  Does not that seem odd […]

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by / on November 16, 2011 at 4:45 pm

Student Council Acknowledges: “Currently, everyone thinks we do nothing.”

Popular opinion is that the Student Council is all fluff; a club that looks good on your transcript.  It recently demonstrated that it does indeed have the power to change things for the student body (seen the cafeteria?  The tables are DIFFERENT) but some of you may still be dubious.  […]

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Best Summer Job Ever: Schooner Bum
by / on October 28, 2011 at 1:24 pm

Best Summer Job Ever: Schooner Bum

My name is Aiden Ford.  I am a junior this year and this past summer I had the incredible experience of working on the schooner Isaac H. Evans.  It’s very hard to describe to anyone other than someone who works on a boat just how much work is involved with […]

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