Photo by Laurian Gilliland
If there is so much information on mental health available, why is there so much we don’t know?
Only three of our thirteen Shelby County Commissioners are women. Two of them are St. Mary’s alumnae.
Brandon Morrison's ('83) and Tami Sawyer's ('00) assigned seats at the Commission are side by side. Photo courtesy of Qur'an N. Folsom.
A quick review of the events surrounding the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
by Meghan Aslin
Photo by Abbie Ryan
Meet the newest club at SMS: MoSAic. Learn about how this club works, how it got started and why it took so long.
Kickboxing, cushion forts, chicken coops, and bird-watching … these are just a few of the hobbies of the new Upper School Teachers. Oh, and one of them knows Chance the Rapper.
Photos by Elizabeth Moody
For years, St. Mary’s English teachers have been working together to offer more choices for students. Lively and engaging discussions about poetry, marginalized voices, faith and doubt, and creative writing have already begun, and the teachers are excited about what else is in store for this year.
By Ria Patel
St. Mary’s places at the top of school fencing teams in Memphis, yet many of us don’t know that much about the sport. Keep reading to find 6 things you didn’t know about fencing!
By Ria Patel
Stores across the country are shutting down due to the sudden influx in online shopping, and store sites simply cannot keep up! Read more to find out what is really behind this phenomenon of online shopping!
By Emma Harkavy
There has been an ongoing debate on whether movies made from books are better or worse than the actual book itself. Most recently, Disney remade the classic novel A Wrinkle in Time for modern audiences, and the junior class went to see it. Read more to find out what they thought about the movie!