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Sports Recap October 19-October 26

Sports Recap October 19-October 26

Soccer: Varsity Boys: The boys had two big league games this past week. The first was on Tuesday with a 2-1 loss at Portland Adventist Academy, and on Thursday against De La Salle North with a 2-0 victory. The boys have one game left in the regular season, at home against Riverdale. Varsity Girls: The […]

Blackwater Trial Ends with Conviction

Blackwater Trial Ends with Conviction

The trial of four Blackwater private security contractors, stemming from the infamous Nisour Square shootings in Iraq in 2007, has finally been resolved, after years of dropped charges, appeals and postponements. One of the men, Nicholas A. Slatten, was convicted of murder, while the other three men – Dustin Heard, Evan Liberty and Paul Slough […]

Tim Bazemore Addresses Student Parking Issue

Tim Bazemore Addresses Student Parking Issue

Last Saturday, Oct. 18, Head of School Tim Bazemore, sent an email to the entire school addressing the immense concerns of Catlin Gabel students and parents regarding the new parking policy. Bazemore’s email was incredibly kind and well written, and addressed many of their noted concerns. Bazemore addressed his main goals in the first paragraph of […]

Exchange Student 2014-2015

Sports Recap 10/11-10/18

Sports Recap 10/11-10/18

Soccer: Varsity Boys: The team looked to rebound this past week after suffering a 5-0 homecoming loss. The boys played at Portland Christian and won overwhelmingly with a 9-1 victory. Former JV player Victor Van Alebeek ‘18 scored four goals in his second varsity level match. The blue and white will look to continue their […]

Sports Recap Homecoming and Mega-Bowl Week

Sports Recap Homecoming and Mega-Bowl Week

Soccer: Varsity Boys: On Monday the team took on Westside Christian and came through with a solid 3-0 victory leading up to Homecoming on Friday. Previously, at the OES homecoming game the boys won 2-1 however, Friday wasn’t the Eagles finest moment. A harsh 5-0 loss at home against OES left the team in low […]

Upper School Focal Point Discussion of Ebola

Upper School Focal Point Discussion of Ebola

This Monday 13, Eva Jahanshir ’15 presented a new Focal Point discussion in the Upper School library on the current epidemic known as Ebola. Eva was approached by Veronica Ledoux, one of the Upper School science teachers, and asked to lead the talk after she had shown interest in the Ebola virus and how other […]

JV Soccer Mega-Bowl

JV Soccer Mega-Bowl

Stretching the Truth to Pursue College Dreams

Stretching the Truth to Pursue College Dreams

As November and January deadlines approach, anxiety and anticipation surrounding college applications increase for the senior class. Although most students have begun to fill the sections of the Common Application with basic personal information, activities and interests, essays and more, a disturbing question has arisen: How honest are these applicants? To an extent, many seniors […]

Senior Students Signing Up for the Draft

Senior Students Signing Up for the Draft

During the course of the next few months, many male students will turn 18 and thus be required to register for the draft. The Selective Service Statement reads, “All male U.S. citizens, and male immigrants living in the U.S., who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service.” Males are required to […]