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DON’T MOVE Stone takes photos in the dark room. “When the
subject aligns just like how I envisioned them to, it’s one of the
best feelings in the world,” said Stone. “I try to capture the moment
immediately and get them [the subject] to stay still in the position.”
Art, a helping hand
Fiona Lin '23 and Pranay Shah '23 March 24, 2023

Some people babysit to earn some extra cash. Others mow lawns. How about selling your own artwork? For Annie Stone ‘23, a conceptual photographer,...

DISCUSS Black Students Association (BSA) affinity group members Or-
rin Batts ‘23, Caleb Johnson ‘25, Alana Andrews ‘26, and Ana Flemming ‘24

discuss racial matters during a lunch meeting. “I think there’s an opportu-
nity for that group [the BSA] to do educational outreach, and there’s a way

for students to get more involved,” said BSA co-sponsor Janelle Sterling.
Black History Month ends, conversations continue
Aditya Kutty '23, Lifestyles Staff • March 24, 2023

Black students are looking beyond Black History Month towards the future with mixed views on the school’s teaching of Black History. During...

IT’S A MATCH Ninth-graders in a Peer Educator lead health class play a matching game with different LGBTQIA+ terms and their definitions “It was really interesting learning about LGBTQIA+ rights and lack of rights, and what we need to do to change that in the future,” said Henry Beck ‘26.
For students, by students
Eva Bernstein '25, Lifestyles Editor • March 24, 2023

For Tendo Ruwende ‘24, a service opportunity at the start of her sophomore year sparked a lifelong interest in reproductive health, education,...

GOOAAALLLL! Captain Sophia Bleakley Wasserman ‘23 practices her free kicks.
Spring sports preview
Leo Applegate '23 and Dylan Carvette '23 March 24, 2023

Goal-oriented team WOMEN'S SOCCER After an injury-plagued season and an early playoff exit, the women’s soccer is looking to rebound...

HEAD FOR THE CHILLS Matthew Streicher ‘24 competes in a downhill race for his club team
XLR8. “XLR8 has created a plan that they have successfully implemented with three high school
ski teams in the past,” said Streicher. “With the forming of the Greenhills Ski team, a deal could be
signed with XLR8 that would entitle the Greenhills team to gates, coaches, and most importantly,
a ski hill. Once we are on our feet and can get our own coaches, then we move away from XLR8.”
Powder to the people
Nicholas Alumkal '23, Sports Staff • March 24, 2023

As the 2022-23 winter sports season wraps up, Matthew Streicher ’24 and Dom Schuster ’24 already have their focus on next year’s winter...

TWO LIVES HARNESSED TOGETHER Ella Kim ‘24 riding with her first horse. “This was our first show together, and I could not wait for more.”
Equestrians trot through highs, lows
Matthew Streicher '24, Sports Staff • December 13, 2022

Equestrian was once a sport offered by the athletic department. Though today, it no longer exists for the Gryphons, the community is still full...

‘Home Alone’ on a ‘White Christmas’: festive films teachers, students ‘Love Actually’
‘Home Alone’ on a ‘White Christmas’: festive films teachers, students ‘Love Actually’
Megan Peng '25, Lifestyles Staff • December 13, 2022

As we near the end of the year, everything begins to take on the themes of the holidays — decorations, carols, and the cold weather – all...