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Groton Opts for Electronic Bulletin Boards

Groton Opts for Electronic Bulletin Boards

Lily Cratsly '19

October 26, 2017No Comments

When students and faculty return to campus every year, they are greeted by a number of changes in technology and communication policies. This year, these changes included new group email names, increased MyGroton utilization,...

New and Changing Clubs on Campus

Eliza Lord '19

October 26, 2017No Comments

There has been an increase in club activity this fall on the Circle. While old clubs are beginning to meet more often, the number of new clubs on campus has also increased. Last year the School yearbook listed 36 clubs, where...

Rosetta Lee Confronts Microaggressions

Rosetta Lee Confronts Microaggressions

Abby Kirk '19

October 26, 2017No Comments

Rosetta Lee delivered a Diversity and Inclusion Circle Talk on October 9. In it, she discussed how we should identify and address microaggressions and their perpetrators. While she talked for much of the hour, she left much...

Jonathan Waxman: The Life of a Chef

Jonathan Waxman: The Life of a Chef

Rajit Khanna '19

October 26, 2017No Comments

Father of Alex Waxman ‘18 and Foster Waxman ‘21, Jonathan Waxman is a pioneer of California cuisine and founder of many restaraunts. On October 2, he captured the attention of Groton students in a Circle Talk that was both ...

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Sports

Bruised and Broken: Athletic Injues

Bruised and Broken: Athletic Injues

Eunice Cho '20

October 26, 2017No Comments

Consider this: so far this term, the athletic trainers have offered over 1,200 treatments for athletes, ranging from simple ice packs to full injury rehabilitation. In most ...

Your Fantasy Football Preview

Bobby Meehan

October 26, 2017No Comments

With football season in full swing, Americans around the world are glued to their cell phones, laptops, and TVs. Why? Fantasy football.   According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Associ...

Head of the Charles 2017

Powers Trigg '19

October 26, 2017No Comments

Held on the penultimate weekend in October, the Head of the Charles is advertised as “the world’s largest two-day rowing event.” It serves as a grand test of endurance fo...

Athlete of the Issue: Greg Segal

Athlete of the Issue: Greg Segal

Mark Herdiech '18

September 11, 2017No Comments

A player with both talent and leadership is essential to the success of any team. Quarterback Greg Segal ‘18 is this sort of player, and Groton varsity football is luck...

Groton’s Newest Varsity Sport: Voleyball

Cara Chang '20

September 11, 2017No Comments

After four years of growing popularity and widespread student support, volleyball has been bumped a notch up on Groton’s athletic roster, finally taking its place as a f...

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Arts

Installations in Galleries Provoke Thought

Installations in Galleries Provoke Thought

Ben Calmas ‘18

October 26, 2017No Comments

With two galleries on campus, there is always much artwork to explore on the Circle. This fall, art faculty Beth Van Gelder and Monika Andersson worked to curate art that would...

New Leader For Groton’s Gospel Choir

Fran Saldivar '19

October 26, 2017No Comments

Robert Pate, the new gospel choir director, brings a new set of vocals and unique experiences to the Circle. Hailing from Baltimore, Mr. Pate has distinguished himself from ...

It Fails to Fulfill Its Namesake

It Fails to Fulfill Its Namesake

Ani Gogineni ‘20

October 26, 2017No Comments

Nothing ever appears as terrifying on screen as it does in our minds when we are alone with a novel. Stephen King’s latest book-to-screen adaptation, It, directed by Andres Musc...

The Autumn Aux: Your Fall Playlist

The Autumn Aux: Your Fall Playlist

Fran Saldivar ‘19

October 3, 2017No Comments

Fall term is an endless list of possibilities – the season to reinvent yourself. New year, new me, right? The changing colors of the trees is the sign that another year o...

Artist of the Issue: Malik Gaye

Artist of the Issue: Malik Gaye

By Lilias Kim ‘19

October 3, 2017No Comments

While others chose baseball bats and paintbrushes, Malik Gaye ‘18 chose masks and microphones. He has a pronounced gift for theater—especially comedy—and enjoys making peop...

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