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Stories from Saint Stephen's Episcopal School
Falcon Spotlight: Mia Mariano
Features

Allie Serterides | October 15, 2019

Each and every year, Saint Stephen’s gains students that bring new flavor to the school, whether it’s athletically, creatively, or academically. This school year, sophomore Mia Mariano is spicing up…

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Falcon Spotlight: Maddy Boehm
Features

Ansley Morris  | October 14, 2019

In the Upper School this year, there’s a new addition to not only the student body but also the basketball team. Maddy Boehm, sophomore, is not only a star basketball player transferring from Riverview…

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Living with anxiety
Features

Sanna Lexhed | October 8, 2019

Stress taking over your life?  Hurting inside? Feeling overwhelmed? This may be caused by a well-known disorder known as anxiety. Students at Saint Stephen’s and all around the globe may suffer from anxiety…

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Thoughts on prom (from a senior who hates social events)
Opinions

Emily D'Amico | May 15, 2019

I’ve done the math and there’ve been ten dances that the school’s hosted since my freshman year, plus last year’s winter “informal” event, making that that a total of eleven social events hosted by Saint…

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Facing the slump
Features

Jules Pung | April 1, 2019

Imagine settling down at your desk for another long block period. You expect it to be like any other day of the week, trying your best to pay attention to the arduous lecture. Suddenly, the room goes dead…

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Adjusting to life without a sister
Opinions

Jules Pung | March 7, 2019

During my freshman year, it wasn’t uncommon for people to ask how I felt about my sister leaving for college, especially in the months leading up to graduation. In an effort to keep the mood light, I…

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Who will save the senior speech? (Editorial)
Opinions

Editorial Board | February 23, 2019

Note: The editorial board represents the opinions of the editors and staff of The Gauntlet.

For those of us who have been part of the Saint Stephen’s community for longer than the past two years,…

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Upper school survives week without cell phones
News

Mark Gharby | February 12, 2019

In a surprise move last January (2018), the Saint Stephen’s administration announced that the Upper School would participate in a “social experiment,” requiring students to leave cellphones at home for…

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From quarks to cultures: New freshman history class makes its debut
News

Jules Pung | January 31, 2019

For as long as the students of the Upper School can remember, Western Civilizations has been the one and only history class offered to freshman.  The course has been a lynch-pin of the history curriculum…

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Becoming a teacher: The story of Mr. Yanelli
Features

Jules Pung | December 19, 2018

Thirteen years after his arrival at Saint Stephen’s, Mr. Yanelli is still at the front of the classroom–and loving every minute of it. The students view the U.S. History and Economics teacher not only…

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Not-so privileged seniors: new changes to senior privileges cause stir
News

Noah LaBelle | November 20, 2018

With the 2018-2019 school year upon us, the Class of 2019 (like all classes before) is looking forward to the “senior privileges” that the previous Saint Stephen’s classes have had. Senior privileges are…

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Falcons take to Atlanta to fight cancer
News

Jules Pung | October 8, 2018

It’s midmorning in north Georgia. With the sun shining high overhead, hundreds of men, women and children wearing brightly colored bathing caps gather on the lake’s edge, waiting for a horn to sound….

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