The Gauntlet

MS tech students built robots and faced off in a soccer match….

Gauntlet Staff, Staff Writers

May 1, 2015


Filed under Video

Using iPads linked to the bots as controllers, Middle School students held a "robot soccer match" in the MS commons.

The Cardboard Challenge: MS students make the best out of boxes

February 26, 2015


Filed under Video

In an attempt to stimulate creativity and ingenuity, the MS student body was asked to make the best "cardboard arcade game" that they could, using only old boxes and tape as supplies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sd77yC1xC5Y

Mr. Boyd and Mr. Marshall leave their legacy

Indre Zalepuga, Features Editor

May 9, 2014


Filed under Features, Uncategorized, Video

Mr. Preston Boyd and Mr. Jamie Marshall announced earlier in the year that they are leaving Saint Stephen's. This video is a recognition of their dedication and contribution to the school.

What does it take to be a man?

Luc Goeders, Austin Siegel, and Michael Cover

November 28, 2012


Filed under Video

The boys at The Gauntlet believe that the good folk here on campus are the perfect people to ask what it takes to be a man. We asked everybody, men and women, and received a shmorgishborg of answers, ranging from facial hair to riding crocodiles. Enjoy!

Saint Stephen’s celebrates Halloween festivities

Michael Cover, Video Journalist

November 9, 2012


Filed under Video

Lower and Intermediate school students donned their most festive costumes in celebration of Halloween last week. On October 31, students, parents, and teachers gathered on the Saint Stephen's campus to participate in Halloween festivities. Lower School students participated in a costume parade around...

A day in the life of a journalist at The Gauntlet

Michael Cover, Video Journalist

November 8, 2012


Filed under Video

In this video, The Gauntlet staff presents its own take on life as a student journalist.  

Homecoming week celebrated school-wide

Luc Goeders, Sports Editor

October 11, 2012


Filed under Video

The Gauntlet's own Michael Cover captured all of Spirit Week's greatest moments and compiled them into a two-minute film, all to the beat of Macklemore's "Thrift Shop." Re-live every moment, from the seniors' epic lip sync to Herman Israelsson dominating Noodelation.  

Alum credits Southerland with changing his life

Isabelle Bermudez, Design Editor

May 14, 2012


Filed under On Campus, Video

Looking for a fresh start after a rough experience at another school, alumni Pedro Ramos found exactly what he was looking for at Saint Stephen's: acceptance. Entering the school to find then Upper School Director Mrs. Judy Southerland, now an Upper School Chemistry teacher, waiting to greet him,...

Fun Day fulfills expectations

Fun Day fulfills expectations

Amber Falkner, Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 28, 2012


Filed under Video

The smell of hamburgers already filled the air as students headed out to Turner Field for Field Day events on March 23. Students knew they had a long day ahead of them, but it would not be filled with a typical day’s classwork and club meetings. Friday was all about having fun; Friday was “Fun Day.” Following...

Juniors strut prom fashions

Isabelle Bermudez, Design Editor

March 1, 2012


Filed under Video

Student Council poetry brightens Valentine’s Day

Student Council poetry brightens Valentine’s Day

Amber Falkner, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 23, 2012


Filed under On Campus, Video

Smack! An oversized, orange, foam arrow sticks to the window panel of the door. Suddenly, several Student Council members rush into the classroom. One of them approaches a student, and gets down on one knee. One poem down, hundreds more to go. For the first time ever, Student Council offered a unique...

Staff throws The Gauntlet online, revolutionizing the school newspaper

Staff throws The Gauntlet online, revolutionizing the school newspaper

Isabelle Bermudez, Design Editor

February 1, 2012


Filed under On Campus, Video

For the first time in school history, The Gauntlet will be accessible to a worldwide audience. Saint Stephen's Upper School newspaper has been transformed from a print publication to an online news site. For the first time, The Gauntlet is live. The online Gauntlet will be able to produce up-to-d...