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Zombies Invade Downtown Portland on Labor Day

Zombies Invade Downtown Portland on Labor Day

Hundreds of people covered in zombie makeup lined the streets of downtown Portland on Monday, Sept. 7, for a Portland Film Festival production by Director George Cameron Romero. The film, fittingly named “The Zombie Day Apocalypse”, amassed so many extras, ranging from the living dead to petrified citizens, that Romero intended to bring together the […]

The Logistical Planning of Fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone

The Logistical Planning of Fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone

Tasha Tobias-White, the mother of Elliot White ’18 and wife of Middle School Spanish Teacher Spencer White, spent 48 days fighting Ebola in Sierra Leone this last winter. After following the spread of the deadly virus spread in the news, Tobias-White began to think, “I have some certain skills and some experience that might be […]

Catlin Gabel 2014-2015 School Year in Review

Catlin Gabel 2014-2015 School Year in Review

Protests, Violence, and Misconduct: The Same Stories, the Same Results

Protests, Violence, and Misconduct: The Same Stories, the Same Results

Police officers swear to protect those they serve. In the past two years, however, news outlets and social media venues alike have challenged the notions of police sovereignty and justifications for misconduct. In the process of carving up police misconduct cases and debating with opposing political parties and news groups, many media organizations lost sight […]

Catlin Gabel Faculty Speak About Relatives’ World War II Experiences

Catlin Gabel Faculty Speak About Relatives’ World War II Experiences

Catlin Gabel faculty were interviewed about their parents, grandparents and family members about their World War II experiences. World War II culminated 70 years ago on May 8, 1945 with the declaration of peace in Europe. The war in Asia would continue to rage until Sept. 2 1945. In celebration of the 70th anniversary for […]

The In’s and Out’s of Typewriters

The In’s and Out’s of Typewriters

Sixth Grade Students Discuss Issues of Sexuality

Sixth Grade Students Discuss Issues of Sexuality

Editors’ Note: CatlinSpeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following articles were written by sixth grade students who did their own research.    Indiana Law Crisis By Meagan Proksch ’21 and Kyra Bonta ’21 Recently, a law in […]

Miriam Higgins Speaks About Gender

Miriam Higgins Speaks About Gender

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

Sixth Graders Pose the Question: “Are you a Feminist?”

Sixth Graders Pose the Question: “Are you a Feminist?”

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.

Sue Phillips Speaks on Gender

Sue Phillips Speaks on Gender

Editors’ Note: Catlinspeak got the chance to work with Ann Fyfield and Carter Latendresse’s sixth grade classes on articles and videos about gender and sexuality. The following videos were made by sixth grade students who did  their own research.