The Stray Shot is our literary magazine, first published in March 1884. It was named for a regular column delineating the arbitrary, funny, off-the-mark events and utterances of school and classroom life (like the Civil War cannon shots which went astray). In the beginning it was a school newspaper, a literary journal, a town newspaper, an alumni magazine and a yearbook and was published ten months a year. It continued to be published four times a year as a literary magazine until 1955. It became the once a year magazine it is currently in 1956.
Students can submit art, photography, poetry and fiction to the Stray Shot.
The Red & Gray is our school yearbook. Inaugurated in 1912, it has always been a student-produced publication and is currently also a yearlong class for credit.