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Ali Hurst

Ali Hurst

Ali Hurst

Ali is a donut-loving senior who never stops talking about her beloved toy poodle.

Part-Time Students, Full-Time Employees

University of Georgia junior Rachel Robinson ‘15 enjoys sightseeing in D.C. during her free time from her lobbying internship at Holland and Knight. Photo provided by Rachel Robinson.  Three years ago, the members of...

Your SAGE Guide to Passover

The 15th day of the Hebrew month Nisan marks the beginning of Passover, the Jewish celebration of the Israelites gaining freedom from their Egyptian enslavers. This year, the 15th of Nisan falls on March...

Weekend Guide to Galentine’s

Graphic by Aurelia Han, Editor-in-Chief, and Cheryl Hao, Web Editor

Staff Standoff: Elevator or Stairs?

Elevator By Mary Orsak, Magazine Editor Although no comprehensive history of the elevator exists to my knowledge, the first primitive elevators date back to the third century B.C., and since the Greek mathematician Archimedes...

A Win(frey) for Oprah in 2020?

  On Jan. 7, Oprah Winfrey was awarded the Cecil B. Demille Award at the Golden Globe Awards for her “outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment.” After receiving this prestigious award, the entertainment...

Class of 2018 Celebrate Unity at Senior Sleepover

PICTURED ABOVE: The class of 2018 and Form IV Dean Rebekah Calhoun pose for a grade-wide photo. Photo by Alejandra Suárez. Sitting on her air mattress and singing pop hits from the 2000s at...

Spreading the Spirit

PICTURED ABOVE: Junior Grace Laber decorates one of the trees with a paper ornament made weeks prior.// Photo by Shreya Gunukula. Colorful paper clippings and holiday spirit filled the Director of Service Learning Laura Day’s...

Family Photo Foundation Fundraises for the Future

PICTURED ABOVE: Senior Eliza Parker (Right) and senior Lauren Puplampu (left) pose before their trunk show on Dec. 10. Click through the slideshow to see some of the work that Family Photo Foundation has...

Kramer Explains: The Civil War, Episode 1

Upper School History Department Chair Steve Kramer explains common misconceptions of the Civil War in this series, “Kramer Explains.” In this episode, Kramer discusses John Brown and answers the question, “Is John Brown a...