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the official student-produced news site for Saint Stephen's Episcopal School

the Gauntlet

Maahi Shah, Alejandro Bick, Lily Plummer, and Lillian Gerling posing after their first performance of Madagascar Jr.

Madagascar Jr. debuts at the Falcon Playhouse

Jackson Nealis and Julia Craig November 16, 2022

The Falcon Playhouse’s fall musical production kicked off Tuesday afternoon with two opening performances, exhibiting the talent of young Falcon actors and actresses. Madagascar Jr, a musical version...

Not belonging to a faith can make you feel alone. You look around and everyone around you belongs, but you.

My personal struggle with faith

Alex McLemore, Associate Editor November 16, 2022

April 21st, 2015, was the day the world’s light dimmed. My world grew dark, and I felt like I was all alone in a vast universe. This is the day my grandpa died. I remember this day vividly; the sun was...

You dont have to be a jock to hit the gym

You don’t have to be a jock to hit the gym

Joshua Sket, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

For many, a weightlifting gym can be an intimidating place to be, but for some, it's a second home. Like many others, I frequently spend hours in the gym every week, but a question is always brought up...

Gauntlet vs Denmark Trivia

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Mr. Yanelli welcomes Danish students Molly and Clara and their hosts Sophia Villaveces and Morgan Franklin to his Economics class.

Danish students arrive at SSES for exchange visit

Andrei Black, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

This week, Eisbjerghus Internationale Efterskole, our sister school located in Denmark, has sent students to visit Saint Stephen’s for the second time. The visitors arrived Wednesday, October 26 and...

Shup Funpule: Battle for the Falcon

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Senior Anthony Monetti shares his love of soccer with the primary students of Hernando De Soto School in Barcarrota

Falcon Spanish students go beyond the classroom with cultural exchange to Spain

Jackson Nealis and Daniel Schnur October 26, 2022

From October 13th to October 22nd, members of the Spanish 5 Honors, Spanish 6 Honors and AP Spanish Language classes experienced a rare opportunity to travel to several cities of Spain as a part of their...

Bryson Shrimplin performing a Clean and Jerk exercise.

Weightlifting team is newest addition to Falcon athletics

Daniel Schnur, Staff Writer October 26, 2022

Saint Stephen’s athletics is paving a new road for many student-athletes to showcase their strength with the introduction of the weightlifting team. This new, varsity sport provides an opportunity for...

The album cover of Taylor Swift’s new masterpiece: Midnights

Album review: Midnights by Taylor Swift

Julia Craig, Associate Editor October 25, 2022

Across her musical career, fans have admired Swift as she effortlessly switches between genres. Midnights is no different. To me, this album combines the power and spunk of Reputation with the lust of...

The Zuraiqi family gathered for a birthday party.

What it’s like growing up with foreign parents

Yara Nimer, Staff Writer October 19, 2022

You know that feeling when your parents try their hardest to explain something to you, but you're just not getting it? That has been my life since I started school. Except in my case I'm the one doing...

Dear Drivers: Please let me back out of my parking spot

Dear Drivers: Please let me back out of my parking spot

Amelia Sabo, Staff Writer October 11, 2022

My keys jingle in my backpack as I rush out of class, searching for Lucy in the courtyard (my little sister, whom I regularly chauffeur to and from school).  It’s go time. I quickly glance at my phone....

The Dance-off this year was considered one of the best in decades.

The 2022-23 Dance-Off Video

Click This Link for the 2022-23 Homecoming Dance-Off Video

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