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White-Out Ends in a Win for Varsity Volleyball

White-Out Ends in a Win for Varsity Volleyball

Chants of C-G-S bellowed throughout Miller Swigert gymnasium on Tuesday night. The Catlin Gabel girls varsity volleyball team competed in a pivotal league matchup against the school’s biggest rival, OES. Rowdy fans dressed in all white and supported the squad as they completed two wins in the first two sets. “The [crowd’s] energy was extraordinary, […]

Exploring the Basis for Success of Young Leaders Globally

Exploring the Basis for Success of Young Leaders Globally

The approach to education and leadership in the U.S. compared to developing nations is drastically different. While this is due in large part to the advantage of living in a wealthy world country with countless schools, opportunities, and higher standards of living overall, in a strange way there may be in an advantage to lacking […]

Defining Art Within the Catlin Gabel Community

Defining Art Within the Catlin Gabel Community

Because there are multiple genres and variants of art, and it appears to be such a vast, broad subject, what constitutes as art? Visual art comes immediately to mind, with paintings, sculptures, and other visual art forms helping to create an image that could be left up to the viewer for interpretation, while newer forms […]

LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard Join All-NBA Team

LaMarcus Aldridge and Damian Lillard Join All-NBA Team

An announcement this Wednesday stated that two Portland Trail-Blazers players LaMarcus Aldridge (Point Guard) and Damian Lillard (Power Forward) are to be named as members of the All-NBA Team, an honor bestowed to the best NBA players of every season. A panel of sportswriters and sport broadcasters vote players 15 players into the three five-man […]

Google Tests 200 Self-Automated Cars

Google Tests 200 Self-Automated Cars

Google’s attempt to shift outside of computer-based technology has started with their plans to start testing approximately 200 Autonomous two-seat cars, announced on Tuesday. Rather than attempting to create a breakthrough idea within the motor industry, Google plans to, “improve road safety and help people who can’t drive.” The design of these cars resembles that […]

Hearing New Voices in Gender Groups

Hearing New Voices in Gender Groups

Editors’ Note: For three weeks, the Catlin Gabel sixth graders split into gender groups, in which most classes were segregated by sex. At the end of their experience, the sixth graders reflected on the merits of single-sex education. After the class chose the best pieces, the elected writers visited our New Media Studies (CatlinSpeak) class […]

Why Are Gender Groups Important?

Why Are Gender Groups Important?

Editors Note: For three weeks, the Catlin Gabel sixth graders split into gender groups, in which most classes were segregated by sex. At the end of their experience, the sixth graders reflected on the merits of single-sex education. After the class chose the best pieces, the elected writers visited our New Media Studies (CatlinSpeak) class and workshopped their pieces with […]

Don’t Segregate Us!

Don’t Segregate Us!

Editors’ Note: For three weeks, the Catlin Gabel sixth graders split into gender groups, in which most classes were segregated by sex. At the end of their experience, the sixth graders reflected on the merits of single-sex education. After the class chose the best pieces, the elected writers visited our New Media Studies (CatlinSpeak) class and workshopped their pieces with our […]

Gender Groups Bring Learning To All Time Low

Gender Groups Bring Learning To All Time Low

Editors Note: For three weeks, the Catlin Gabel sixth graders split into gender groups, in which most classes were segregated by sex. At the end of their experience, the sixth graders reflected on the merits of single-sex education. After the class chose the best pieces, the elected writers visited our New Media Studies (CatlinSpeak) class and workshopped their pieces with our […]

Competitive Girls Rule the World

Competitive Girls Rule the World

Editors’ Note: For three weeks, the Catlin Gabel sixth graders split into gender groups, in which most classes were segregated by sex. At the end of their experience, the sixth graders reflected on the merits of single-sex education. After the class chose the best pieces, the elected writers visited our New Media Studies (CatlinSpeak) class and workshopped their pieces with our […]