This week sees the launch of The Gate – the first all-embracing student publication that draws from the wealth of independently researched and written articles produced by pupils across the school, over the last calendar year.
This new publication represents a snapshot of the rich array of student talent from various academic subjects and their related publications. Editors have selected one piece to stand as a representative of their publication.
The Gate is available to read here.
Mr. Morgan, Editor of The Gate, commented: “While Highgate’s Memorial Gates may have remained shut for the majority of the last year, the gateways of the mind – the familiar avenues of writing and research – have remained very much open to our pupils.
The Gate is a snapshot of the deep, rich and frequently stylish manner in which our pupils engage with their academic subjects and the fields which surround them.
To name but a few, one can move from Emma’s eloquent advocacy of the British Museum in Kleos to Deven’s lucid exposition of Japanese architecture in the Academic Medallist’s magazine, Perspective. From there, the reader can explore two “quarantine zines” on Art and Environmentalism via Lottie on all-women shortlists and even Freddie on Piracy! Finally, some prize-winning pieces exemplify an alliance of ambition, achievement and originality.”