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ChatGPT: Unlocking AI

Nina Karp '25 September 5, 2023

If you scroll down any major news publication, you would inevitably find a new influx of articles on ChatGPT. Artificial intelligence Chatbots like ChatGPT are dominating the discourse in society today,...

New Clubs on the Circle

Max Fan '25 September 5, 2023

The new clubs being created today at Groton reflect the student body's unique interests. These new clubs exemplify not only the racial and ethnic diversity at Groton but also our interests and ideologies.  Current...

A Forum of Cultural Identities

Ella Farahnakian '25 September 5, 2023

After a long-awaited return, Groton’s Cultural Night made its comeback, culminating in musical performances, rich cuisines, and dancing. As students represented their countries, the forum was filled...

Unmasking a Traumatic Past: Leading Scholar in the Slave Trade visits Groton

Evan Khym '24 September 5, 2023

On January 10, Dr. Christopher Brown of Columbia University arrived on Groton’s campus to give a Circle Talk on “The Long Legacy of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade.” Dr. Brown is a professor of history...

GRAIN: The Trustees’ New Imprint in the School DNA

Jessica Lee '24 September 5, 2023

The Trustees Week is an annual event from January 26th to 28th, but many students remain oblivious of the variety of topics the Board ofTrustees discusses. As a group overseeing the high level of strategic...

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Reaching New Heights: The Next Chapter for Groton Track and Field

Michaela Hanson '24 January 18, 2023

For years, Groton’s Track and Field team has remained competitive, despite the majority of its practices being held at nearby middle schools and high schools. A five-minute bus drive away, Ayer High...

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Machan’s Dorm Flood

Vivan Das '23 January 18, 2023

  On the morning of Friday, September the 23rd, students on their way to chapel were surprised by the sight of fire trucks parked outside of Machan’s dorm. Due to an unfortunate series of events,...

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Two Sixth Formers Become Published Authors

Agathe Robert '24, Assistant News Editor December 15, 2022

“If you have an idea, go for it!” That is how Julie Xie ’23 and Amy Ma ’23 describe their summer’s accomplishments of publishing their first books, Sundays by the Seaside and The Seed Still Grows:...

Arjun Ray 24 at his digital literacy workshop.

The Dwight Fund: Student Impact Beyond the Circle

Evan Khym '24, News Editor September 13, 2022

Starting in late February, the rigorous selection process for the coveted George H.P. Dwight 1945 Internship Fund began. Described as a project advancing “causes of economic development, community building,...

Returning Full Circle: The Revival of Groton’s Reunion

Evan Khym '24 June 5, 2022

For many students, June 10th will represent the day that a year of hard work will be repaid with a well-earned summer vacation. For the Groton community, though, it will be the return of reunion. Typically,...

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