Support our elders

April 10, 2020 Caroline Gordon 0

Supermarkets became a warzone as customers battled each other, coveting toilet paper. The flimsy bathroom product is more valuable than gold in the era of COVID-19. Every person on this Earth has been impacted by […]

Letter from the Editor

April 3, 2020 Ashley Wall 0

Through this time of uncertainty, it is imperative that The Gatepost continues to provide our community with the ability to remain up-to-date and aware of changes occuring on our campus.  Furthermore, we want to provide […]

Your vacation can wait

March 27, 2020 McKenzie Ward 0

As the threat of the coronavirus increases throughout the world, we have been desperately urged to practice social distancing in order to limit the spread of infection and flatten the curve. In doing my part, […]

The Soap Situation

March 6, 2020 Caroline Gordon 0

I heard the flush of a toilet, then footsteps scurry out of the bathroom – no sound of a sink. Disgusting – but I can’t completely blame them. Within the first few weeks of school […]

Don’t get sick after five

March 6, 2020 Leighah Beausoleil 0

The Health Center’s hours of operation are not acceptable. It is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.  This is inconvenient for students. The center is also closed on weekends and all […]

Put those rainbow sprinkles away

March 6, 2020 Ashley Wall 0

By Ashley Wall, Editor-in-Chief By Donald Halsing, Editorial Staff The “sprinkles vs. jimmies” debate has consumed the minds of New Englanders for generations. Most often, confectionary enthusiasts might consider “sprinkles” to be tiny, colorful pieces […]

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