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Everett’s Expedition
by / on October 28, 2011 at 12:42 am

Everett’s Expedition

There are some students, including GSA junior Everett Fiske, for whom traditional education just doesn’t cut it. Instead of spending second semester bogged down in the monotony of everyday class, Everett is going to be on an epic six hundred-mile journey from Marlow, New Hampshire to northern Vermont, and then back. This monumental task can be accomplished […]

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by / on September 16, 2011 at 1:04 pm

Inside Driver’s Ed

In life, as we all know, there are necessary evils that we must brave in order to reach the independent world of adulthood.  One is the tiring monotony of learning to drive a car, and to do this, you must take Driver’s Ed.  It is a well known fact that […]

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Meet Mr. Perkinson
by / on July 28, 2011 at 3:29 am

Meet Mr. Perkinson

Unless you haven’t been paying attention at all, our new headmaster’s name is Paul Perkinson and he looks somewhat like the above portrait; maybe you’ve seen him in the halls, maybe he even glared at you for texting during assembly.  He may not be punctual at the bus entrance (somebody’s forgotten to inform him that […]

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Turanski Busted for Parkour on School Roof
by / on June 4, 2011 at 8:14 pm

Turanski Busted for Parkour on School Roof

There’s a difference between the call you get when your mom has dropped off your lunch and the call you get when you have a date with the management.  Alex Turanski got the latter on Monday during biology, and everybody knew it. “Alex Turanski to the office, Alex Turanski, to […]

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Mrs. Greene
by / on June 4, 2011 at 6:49 pm

Mrs. Greene

At GSA, Mrs. Greene’s name is almost synonymous with the word art.  Her frizzy haired, paint-spotted smock, pencil-behind-the-ear appearance, and her bubbly personality are familiar to anyone who has ever stepped within a half-mile radius of the art room.  She runs deep in the DNA of the school, having worked […]

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Superheroes Today
by / on June 4, 2011 at 6:39 pm

Superheroes Today

Over the centuries, there’s always been one thing that’s fascinated humanity.  Superheroes.   Since Ancient Greece, people with extraordinary powers have captivated young minds.  In America, they have flourished for generations.  For example, Batman has been around since 1939, first in comic books, then radio shows, and today he swoops […]

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Beth Doyen Finishes Purple Blanket
by / on June 4, 2011 at 4:40 pm

Beth Doyen Finishes Purple Blanket

The 2B French class has been watching Beth Doyen quietly crochet her purple blanket all year.  She’s been trying to complete it for three years.  She didn’t mean to make it this long.  We were astounded to find that, the very next class, she was crocheting yet another purple blanket.  […]

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Track Team Changes Bus Twice Getting to PVCs.
by / on June 4, 2011 at 4:33 pm

Track Team Changes Bus Twice Getting to PVCs.

Ms. Richards recently stated that it was unfortunate that, with the development of modern transportation, travel has become less about the journey and more about the destination.  This may be true if one is traveling by plane; less so if one is in an old schoolbus. Last Friday, the track […]

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GSA’s miniature neighbor:  The Harbor School
by / on May 18, 2011 at 9:28 pm

GSA’s miniature neighbor: The Harbor School

Article by Lucy Jakub and Nolan Ellsworth.  Elle Duncombe-Mills contributed reporting.   The little building down the street from GSA used to be a pizza place, as many locals fondly remember.  Today it is home to the Harbor School, a public project-based learning school.  Students are taught by a faculty […]

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Abe Ziner Wipes Out Inches From Finish Line at MDI Track Meet
by / on May 18, 2011 at 2:54 pm

Abe Ziner Wipes Out Inches From Finish Line at MDI Track Meet

Alex Turanski captures losing shots, describes his teammate as “an inspiration to us all”.

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