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By WESLEY DEVOLL
Student contributor

Juniors and the History Department faculty gathered on November 3 in Gosney Hall, named for the Poly donor and eugenicist, to attend a lecture by Professor Gary W. Gallagher, a Civil War historian and professor at the University of Virginia. According to history teacher Rick Caragher, who has had the privilege of taking a various number of Gallagher’s courses, Professor Gallagher is renowned in his field and one of the preeminent Civil War scholars in the United States. (more…)

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Thomas Hollihan addresses students and faculty in Garland Theater. Courtesy of Jennifer Godwin-Minto

 

By DANIEL REARDON
Student contributor

In the week before the national elections, a large group of Up­per School students skipped their usual classes to attend a presenta­tion by Thomas Hollihan, a pro­fessor at the An­nenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern Cali­fornia. Hollihan spoke on several interconnected topics in the sphere of politics and political dis­course.

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Madrigals perform in the McWilliams Courtyard on the Halloween Music Assembly. Evan Robinson/The Paw Print

 

By ELLIE MALCHIONIE
Assistant news editor

 This Halloween, the Upper School was treated to the annual Music Assembly on the McWilliams Courtyard. The as­sembly, which has become a tra­dition in recent years, features performances by three campus musical groups: the Madrigals, the orchestra and the jazz band. Madri­gals director Alan Geier feels that the Music Assembly has become “one of the highlights of the fall.”

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By WESLEY DEVOLL
Student contributor

 

 Juniors and the History Depart­ment faculty gathered on Novem­ber 3 in Gosney Hall, named for the Poly donor and eugenicist, to attend a lecture by Professor Gary W. Gallagher, a Civil War historian and professor at the University of Virginia. Accord­ing to history teacher Rick Car­agher, who has had the privilege of taking a various number of Gallagher’s courses, Professor Gallagher is renowned in his field and one of the preeminent Civil War scholars in the United States.

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By OLIVIA RUSSAK
Staff writer

The Paw Print: What changes do you think you can bring to the Poly community?
SS: The thing that I love about the ASB is that it’s a link between the students and the teachers. Specifically,
I love Rivalry Week because it’s a strong example of the community coming together. I would love for this strength to be shown more often through special events, student involvement in ASB activities, etc.

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