• Interview: New SCA Leadership
    Feature, News, Student Life

    Interview: New SCA Leadership

    Kamya Sanjay, Editor-in-Chief

    August 17, 2017

    The Jabberwock was extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to “pick the brains” of Thomas Green (`18) and Rachel Zhao (`18), Maggie Walker’s 2017-18 SCA presidents. The two charismatic leaders hope to hold a tenure of office characterised by...

    Thomas Green (`18) on the left and Rachel Zhao (`18) on the right.

    Hui Lian

  • Dr. Robert Lowerre Appointed New MLWGS Director
    News

    Dr. Robert Lowerre Appointed New MLWGS Director

    Sophia McCrimmon, Editor-in-Chief

    April 9, 2017

    After a nearly five month search process, the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School Board has appointed Dr. Robert C. Lowerre as the school’s new director. On July 1, Dr. Lowerre will officially take the place of interim director Dr. Jonathan Lewis, wh...

    Dr. Lowerre will bring a candid sense of humor, appreciation for communication, and love of 'Harry Potter' to his new role as the director of MLWGS.

  • College Crunch Time
    Feature, Student Life

    College Crunch Time

    Amanda Mier, Features Editor

    April 8, 2017

    Friday, March 31st. The morning after. In the words of one unnamed teacher (hint: it was Ms. Cross): “some of you are happy, some of you are sad, and some of you gave up four years ago.” By now, seniors have received almost all almost all college d...

    The Senior Commons' college commitment board begins to grow as students hear back from their top-choice colleges.

    Sophia McCrimmon

  • GSMUN: Two Decades, Two Speakers
    Feature, News

    GSMUN: Two Decades, Two Speakers

    Avery Gagne, Staff Writer

    April 8, 2017

             On March 24th and 25th, Maggie Walker hosted the twentieth annual Governor’s School Model United Nations Conference, or GSMUN XX. Despite the pressure of such a daunting anniversary, the Model UN club was able to run another successful ...

    GSMUN's Secretariat. Photo courtesy of Mairead Guy, Hannah Tuten, and Thea Konefal.

  • The Nature of Change
    Editorial

    The Nature of Change

    Cole Mier, Opinion Editor

    April 7, 2017

    Change is inevitable. Often times people regard change with utter contempt; any deviation from what is normal is greeted with sheer hostility. The cries of millions of people on the internet when the Ghostbusters were made female or the Human Torch becam...

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Interview: New SCA Leadership

Interview: New SCA Leadership

Kamya Sanjay, Editor-in-Chief

The Jabberwock was extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to “pick the brains” of Thomas Green (`18) and Rachel Zhao (`18), Maggie Walker’s 2017-18 SCA presidents. The two charismatic leaders hope to hold a tenure...

August 17, 2017

Dr. Robert Lowerre Appointed New MLWGS Director

Dr. Robert Lowerre Appointed New MLWGS Director

Sophia McCrimmon, Editor-in-Chief

After a nearly five month search process, the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School Board has appointed Dr. Robert C. Lowerre as the school’s new director. On July 1, Dr. Lowerre will officially take the place of interim direc...

April 9, 2017

College Crunch Time

College Crunch Time

Amanda Mier, Features Editor

Friday, March 31st. The morning after. In the words of one unnamed teacher (hint: it was Ms. Cross): “some of you are happy, some of you are sad, and some of you gave up four years ago.” By now, seniors have received ...

April 8, 2017

Interview: New SCA Leadership

Interview: New SCA Leadership

Kamya Sanjay, Editor-in-Chief

The Jabberwock was extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to “pick the brains” of Thomas Green (`18) and Rachel Zhao (`18), Maggie Walker’s 2017-18 SCA presidents. The two charismatic leaders hope to hold a tenure...

August 17, 2017

College Crunch Time

College Crunch Time

Amanda Mier, Features Editor

Friday, March 31st. The morning after. In the words of one unnamed teacher (hint: it was Ms. Cross): “some of you are happy, some of you are sad, and some of you gave up four years ago.” By now, seniors have received ...

April 8, 2017

GSMUN: Two Decades, Two Speakers

GSMUN: Two Decades, Two Speakers

Avery Gagne, Staff Writer

         On March 24th and 25th, Maggie Walker hosted the twentieth annual Governor’s School Model United Nations Conference, or GSMUN XX. Despite the pressure of such a daunting anniversary, the Model UN club was able to r...

April 8, 2017

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  • Fantastic Future Dragons April 7, 2017
  • BCC Takes NYC April 7, 2017
  • GSMUN Benefit Concert March 24, 2017

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