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How Ms. Jennifer Torry Found Her Way Into Saints

How Ms. Jennifer Torry Found Her Way Into Saints

Tommy Kuo, Co-Editor in Chief

February 6, 2017


Filed under Saints Of Saints, Showcase

Her red hair and broad smile instantly come to mind when we think of Ms. Jennifer Torry, who has recently taken charge of The Creed. To gain more knowledge of its new mentor, The Creed had a conversation with her and decided to share her lesser-known story with the school community. Growing up in...

A Take on Environmental Stewardship

A Take on Environmental Stewardship

Sandy Fogarassy, Opinion's Section Editor

January 30, 2017


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As part of the school’s development into a more appreciable institution, environmental stewardship has come to the forefront of the student government’s plans. The Creed caught up with the head of Environmental Stewardship, Will Andrews, to pick his brain on the matter. What inspired you to ...

Saints of Saints: Harrison Lee on the U.S. Election

Saints of Saints: Harrison Lee on the U.S. Election

Sandy Fogarassy, Staff Writer

November 4, 2016


Filed under Saints Of Saints, Showcase, Student Life

The 2016 presidential election in the U.S. has evolved into a spectacle watched by the whole world. Whether for the greater good or for the television ratings, both front-running candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, have been construed in different ways by the general electorate. Not too long...

Midterm Marks: More Comments!

Midterm Marks: More Comments!

Trevor Li, Staff Writer

October 30, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Saints Of Saints, Student Life

Late October usually marks a stressful time for students, the reason being because it is when the first round of midterm report cards come out. Some students are happy with their marks (others, not so much,) but its ultimate purpose is to give students an idea of how they’re performing in school, and...

Pets of Saints #2: Charlie

Pets of Saints #2: Charlie

Tommy Kuo, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016


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The only pet in the Math Department, Charlie is a three-and-a-half-year-old hypoallergenic toy poodle. He enjoys coming to school with Mr. Luers so much that he does not like the summer holiday when no boys are around. In school, his interests include wandering in classrooms with his leash on, and...

Pets of Saints #1: Lola

Pets of Saints #1: Lola

Tommy Kuo, Staff Writer

October 12, 2016


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Ten-year-old Lola is half Pekingese and half shih tzu. When she was three years old, she was adopted by Ms. Gin from an animal shelter in Richmond. Lola's first year in Saints, however, was not very successful. During Halloween that year, she came to school dressed up in a princess outfit, and got...

Lifers of 2016 Interview

Harry Duan, Staff Writer

June 7, 2016


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A Celebrated Athlete: Owen Pitblado

A Celebrated Athlete: Owen Pitblado

Harry Duan, Staff Writer

May 10, 2016


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    St. George’s academic excellence has always been one of its distinguished fortes. While not as notorious, St. George’s athletics has also been one of its most celebrated strengths. St. George’s School has nurtured many exceptional athletes and one of them is Owen Pitbla...

Arts Week: James Lin

Arts Week: James Lin

Harry Duan, Staff Writer

April 26, 2016


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    Last week, the student artists of St. George’s school put on their spectacular art works during the school’s annual Arts Week so the whole school and the community could celebrate St. Georgians’ talent and creativity. Throughout the week, students and faculties had the pr...

Saints’ First Woodwork Rigg Scholar: Griffin Smith

Saints’ First Woodwork Rigg Scholar: Griffin Smith

Chris Kwon, Sports Writer

April 21, 2016


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As it always has been around this time of the year, artists of St. George’s school displayed their best art pieces in the Upper and Lower Great Halls. The pieces came in various spectrums; some were acrylic paintings, some photographs, some pots, and this year, some carpentry. This year, woodwork was...