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Rock out this Saturday at Rock the Mac.

Major live music event to Rock the MAC this Saturday

Reese Williams, Associate Editor February 27, 2024

Mark your calendars for this Saturday, March 1st, because it’s time to Rock the MAC.  Saturday’s Rock the MAC concert event promises to be a night filled with fun, friends, and fantastic music....

Budget-friendly dates for Valentines day include cooking together, drive-inn movies, beach days, and museum visits.
Art created by Yara Nimer via Canva.

Budget-friendly Valentine’s Day date ideas

Yara Nimer, Staff Writer February 12, 2024

“We fancy like Apple bees on a date night.”  That’s what Walker Hayes sings in his popular romance tune “Fancy Like,” a song that puts us all in our feels…  And we’re fancy like that here...

Winter Spirit Night will feature a number of spirit events, including ping pong, Mario Kart,

Winter Game Night rebranded as ‘Winter Spirit Night’

Kieran Cloutier, Staff Writer February 6, 2024

Winter Formal became Winter Informal, which become Winter Game Night, which became Winter Spirit Night. In a surprise move on Tuesday afternoon, the Student Council met to rebrand Winter Game Night...

A group of sophomore boys (Dylan Kinder, Jackson Pakbaz, George Frano) take part in a lesson demonstrating how the brands we support impact the world.

WinAtSocial sparks change at Saint Stephen’s

Sarah Black, Staff Writer February 2, 2024

Last month, Saint Stephen’s introduced an exciting new learning initiative, “WinAtSocial,” run by The Social Institute, that will become a part of the advisory program in all four divisions in years...

The beloved Mr Holt, making sure all students are where they are supposed to be.

Study-out revoked for students with 10 or more absences

Yara Nimer, Staff Writer January 26, 2024

Study-out is an earned privilege for juniors and seniors with a GPA of 3.5 and no grade below a B. The much-desired privilege allows students to work wherever they please on campus during their study hall...

A group of delegates smile for a picture inside the UN assembly room

Columbia Model United Nations in review

Milaan Smith, Associate Editor January 19, 2024

Motion to begin debate! Ten Saint Stephen’s students journeyed to New York City this past week for the Columbia Model United Nations Conference. Hosted on the Columbia University campus, over 800 delegates...

The Conn advisory poses for a during Senior Breakfast.

Senior Breakfast is a smash

Reese Williams, Alex McLemore, and Cassidy Miller January 12, 2024

On January 11th, the senior class gathered at the home of Head of School Mr. Peter Kraft for the annual Senior Breakfast Senior Breakfast is a unique, Saint Stephen’s tradition where seniors and advisors...

Pictured is last years delegation to the Model UN.  In the background is the United Nations actual meeting room in New York City.

Falcons to head to Columbia’s Model UN

Bode LaBelle, Staff Writer January 10, 2024

On January 11th, Spanish Teacher Mrs. Kaleen Nora and Mandarin Teacher Mr. Jack Mazzarelli will lead a handful of Saint Stephens to attend the Columbia Model United Nations Conference and Exposition (“CMUNCE”)...

The alumni share their college anecdotes and advice.

Former Falcons return for the annual Alumni Panel

Grace Baxendale and Sarah Black January 5, 2024

This past Thursday, Jan 4th, Saint Stephen’s students gathered in the Upper School Commons for the Annual Alumni Panel. Coordinated by Alumni Director Laurie Mcfeeley, the alumni panel event is an opportunity...

Saint Stephen’s representatives attending the conference.

Falcons land in St. Louis for Diversity Leadership Conference

Sarah Black, Staff Writer December 8, 2023

This past week, faculty members Mr. David Johnson, Dr. Joel Erby, and Mrs. Anna Conn attended the NAIS Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) in St. Louis, Missouri.  This was not the first time...

Academic Team wins county championship

Academic Team wins county championship

Kieran Cloutier, Staff Writer December 7, 2023

The Academic Team has done it again. On Tuesday night the Falcons showed out at Lakewood Ranch High School, with the first team winning first place as seasonal champions in the Commisioners Academic Challenge...

Two young Falcons check out with their new purchases at the lower school Book Fair.

Annual Book Fair opens in lower school library

Dylan Kinder, Staff Writer December 5, 2023

From December 1st to the 8th, the Campus Center Library will be hosting the annual Book Fair. According to Lower School Librarian Mrs. Heather Millican, there are books and trinkets for everyone, from...

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