The Gauntlet is produced by the Upper School journalism students at Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School.
The Gauntlet’s aim is to inform and entertain its audience in a broad, fair, ethical and accurate manner on all subjects that affect readers. The publication was established to serve as a public forum for the opinions of students, the staff of the paper and the faculty to encourage an exchange of ideas and opinions on issues of prominence to the readers. The Gauntlet strives towards excellence and aims to be a vital part of the school community.
With the revolutionizing of The Gauntlet from a print to an online component, the staff now has the ability to report on daily student life and school activities. The Gauntlet aims to provide up-to-date articles about current events by utilizing the many benefits the Internet has to offer.
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The Gauntlet encourages citizen journalism as an avenue for student opinion. Submissions will be subject to review by the staff before being posted on the site. Submit letters and articles to the Editors-in-Chief at email@example.com. Anonymous articles will not be published. The staff reserves the right to edit letters and articles as long as the writer’s original meaning and intention remain clear and unchanged. The Gauntlet staff may accept guest commentaries and stories if the submission enhances coverage of a unique topic. The staff will not post “gag” photos, captions or illustrations considered tasteless by the editors, staff and/or adviser. No material will be posted which is libelous, irresponsible, advocates an illegal activity, or which the editor, staff and/or the adviser deems in poor taste.
The Gauntlet intends for this area to be used to foster healthy, thought-provoking discussion. Comments are expected to adhere to our standards and to be respectful and constructive. As such, we do not permit the use of profanity, crude language, personal attacks, or the use of language that might be interpreted as libelous. Comments are reviewed and must be approved by a moderator to ensure that they meet these standards. The Gauntlet requires a valid e-mail address. No anonymous comments will be accepted. The e-mail address will not be displayed but will be used to confirm your comments.
Journalism Education Association
Columbia Scholastic Press Association
Florida Scholastic Press Association
Columbia Scholastic Press Association:
Gold medalist, 2013
Gold medalist, 2012
Silver medalist, 2011
Silver medalist, 2010
Silver medalist, 2009
Bronze medalist, 2008
Silver medalist, 2007
Silver medalist, 2006
Florida Scholastic Press Association:
Gold Medalist, 2013
Silver medalist, 2011