Quad Drop

The Prep’s Poems

The Prep’s Poems

Zoom has now become like an irresistible voice that whispers to us in the morning, beckons us to draw near to our computers, and lulls us to a passive rest as we fixate our eyes on the screen. A few of our Gators are expressing their creativity— a literary escape from the mind-numbing digital routine we have become acquainted to— in this post. Please enjoy! Unmuted, a haiku by Mr. Schultz: you are unmuted.a sparrow sings in your yard.children thump upstairs. History, a cinquain by Armin Hamrah '23: history  the past  evolving, changing, inconsistent  the present's now history  present More…
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One Last Orange Sky…

One Last Orange Sky…

To top off our series of orange skies, Mr. Quinn has sent us a "power"ful artistic take on the natural phenomenon and its intersection with our lives. We're looking forward to seeing what you all have in store to share with the school this week!
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Your Fire Pictures

Your Fire Pictures

We asked and you delivered! Thank you to Hugo Thomas '21 (first two) and Ms. York (third) for sending in these crazy pictures of when the sky was orange. Another few snapshots that we can keep in our minds as we look back on that unique day.
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Quad Drop #4: A Dismal Comparison

Quad Drop #4: A Dismal Comparison

Ms. Bower from our Epicurean Group has provided us with a stunning photo comparing the Bell Tower during the fires and from a year ago. The tenebrous lighting of these past few days is certainly a moment that will remain in history.
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Quad Drop #1: A Full Jar?

Quad Drop #1: A Full Jar?

The moral of our first Quad Drop of the year: don't judge a book by its cover. Thank you to Jane Brockett for sending in this comical clip! There's nothing better than a laugh to kick off the year. Students, we need you to step up and send in some material— you're the fuel that keeps the Quad going! https://vimeo.com/453169281
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