Green and Gray

Highlighting Students in Berkshire’s Advanced Humanities Research Program
Megan Mokriski '21, Editor-in-Chief • March 1, 2021

This year, students in Berkshire’s Advanced Humanities Research Program are working with Dr. Sandy Perot to research and write papers. They...

Psychology of Studying
Brian Lee ’24, Staff Writer • March 1, 2021

 After waking up refreshed, it’s time to study for those tests and quizzes you’ve been putting off. Yet, soon after opening your textbook,...

Billion Dollar Update - Jeff Bezos
Brian Lee '24, Staff Writer • March 1, 2021

 Jeff Bezos’s announcement of his resignation from his position as CEO of Amazon on February 2nd left shock waves throughout the industry....

Dr. Langeskov: A Review
Angella Ma , Staff Writer • May 25, 2021

 Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist: a very long name for a very short game. Taking only 20 minutes...

A Letter From the Editor
Megan Mokriski '21, Editor-in-Chief • May 25, 2021

 Over the past three years, I have been lucky enough to work with a group of incredible people on the Green and Gray newspaper. Every year,...

Germline Editing: Should We Do It?
Sanjna Srinivasan, Editor • May 25, 2021

 Humans are undoubtedly getting closer and closer to our science fiction realities, especially when it comes to gene-editing. Having gotten...

Highlighting Students in Berkshire’s Advanced Humanities Research Program
Megan Mokriski '21, Editor-in-Chief • March 1, 2021

This year, students in Berkshire’s Advanced Humanities Research Program are working with Dr. Sandy Perot to research and write papers. They...

In Memory of Mr. Giordano
Megan Mokriski '21 and Samantha Bernstein '22 May 25, 2021

Only a few hours before publication of this issue of the Green and Gray, we received the incredibly sad news that one of the newspaper’s advisors,...

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