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Sport season overlap causes a stir on campus. What can be done?

Sport season overlap causes a stir on campus.  What can be done?
Nicholas Mattheys, Staff Writer November 27, 2017

At the end of every sports season and at the beginning of every new one, there is an "overlap": a time when a new season has begun despite the previous one continuing, often due to a team's success...

We’re ready for the new Performing Arts Center: “Julius Caesar” comes to campus

On Wednesday, the Asolo Rep's Conservatory performed
Jackie Schlossberg, Staff Writer October 31, 2017

Last Wednesday, October 25th, the juniors, sophomores, and freshmen gathered in the middle school commons for a performance by the Asolo Rep Conservatory. The actors presented their own twist on the classic...

9.5 things you didn’t know happened on October 31st

An artist's depiction of Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the church door.
Kassandra Haakman, Co-Editor in Chief October 30, 2017

Everyone loves Halloween; it's a time when they can dress up in fun costumes, eat candy, and adorn their houses with spooky decorations. Many Halloween fans find themselves counting down the days until...

Why Saint Stephen’s is a step above the rest

The new trophy room in above the gym demonstrates the achievements of Falcon athletics over the years.
Nicholas Mattheys, Staff Writer October 24, 2017

Saint Stephen's has a reputation. Other schools know SSES as the school with the smartest, strongest, and fastest kids around. Saint Stephen's is a place where teachers with great reputations challenge...

Brown Bag Lunch Series: Assistant State Attorney

Brown Bag Lunch Series: Assistant State Attorney
Fisher Lindsey, Director of Visual/Creative Media October 19, 2017

Brooke Kernan '04, Assistant State Attorney in the Sarasota/Manatee Circuit Court, spoke to a full house today as part of the Alumni Office's Brown Bag Luncheon Series. She described her role and responsibilities...

Senior Caitlin Lynch competes in the 2017 world rowing championship

Senior Caitlin Lynch competes in the 2017 world rowing championship
Kassandra Haakman, Co-Editor in Chief October 17, 2017

Saint Stephen’s is a school that is full of talented students, both in academics and in athletics. These students show dedication and work hard to improve their talents, even when they are busy with...

Falcon Spotlight: A conversation with Profesora Loaiza

Junior Max Runde gets extra help from Profesora Loaiza, dressed as a pharaoh for Homecoming.
Jackie Schlossberg, Staff Writer October 11, 2017

Saint Stephen’s welcomed a new faculty member to the language department at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. Profesora Clorinda Loaiza replaced Mrs. Randall, the AP Spanish teacher from last...

Life without power: the week after Irma

Carter Beckstein boards up windows with family and friends to prepare for Irma's arrival.
Kassandra Haakman, Co-Editor in Chief October 9, 2017

The time leading up to the arrival of hurricane Irma was a very scary time for many Floridians. People worried about their homes, families, pets, possessions, and even safety. However, many who prepared...

Pep rally floats (Full Video)

Cam Vining, sophomore, participates in the cheer.  The sophomores were disqualified for shooting confetti into the crowd.
Gauntlet Staff October 6, 2017

Homecoming pep rally floats 2017.

2017 Homecoming Dance-Off: Full Video

2017 Homecoming Dance-Off: Full Video
Max Manning and Jake Ross October 4, 2017

The 2017 Saint Stephen's Dance-Off took place today and it was an instant classic! Watch as the class of 2018 takes the throne for the second consecutive year. The placing went Seniors (1st place), Juniors,...

Swim team heads to Atlanta; raises funds for pediatric cancer

Swim team heads to Atlanta; raises funds for pediatric cancer
Nicholas Mattheys, Staff Writer October 3, 2017

This year, the Saint Stephen's swim team got a new coach, Sherri Hart, which has been a huge boost for the program. Coach Hart was an Olympic Trials swimmer and, little did anyone know, a huge participant...

Feeling sleepy? Here’s why school should start later in the day

SSES student Nicky Mattheys takes a nap in the hallway.
Kassandra Haakman, Co-Editor in Chief September 20, 2017

Picture this: You're sleeping peacefully, immersed in the world of your dreams, when suddenly the harsh sound of an alarm interrupts your dreams and forces you to wake up, ending your night prematurely....

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