Bravo, Booth

021518_assembly-2050Assembly is the heartbeat of life at Nobles. More than 700 of us come together four mornings a week for a shared experience of student performances and stories, announcements and guest lectures. But the behind-the-scenes Booth crew that makes assembly hum doesn’t always get the kudos they deserve. They arrive early to set up a/v equipment, lighting, play awesome music, and organize content and presenters—and if all goes smoothly, no one thinks about it. Thanks, Booth! (Left to right, Veronica Kao, Wyatt Sullivan, Henry Dolgoff and Cate MacDonald, all ’19.)

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Rise Up

Ava Neal '23 and Jackie Zhang '23 perform "Rise Up."

Ava Neal ’23 and Jackie Zhang ’23

This morning in assembly, Sixies Jackie Zhang (on piano) and Ava Neal (vocals) performed Andra Day’s inspirational anthem, “Rise Up.” Neal encouraged other middle schoolers to perform in the future. The duo received a warm standing O.

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Surprise Serenade

VDay2018-1937One of Nobles’ favorite Valentine’s Day traditions is a serenade in assembly by the Nobleonians (our boys’ a cappella group). Today, they brought an unsuspecting Miki Martin ’19 onstage, where they regaled her with roses and sang Michael Jackson’s “PYT”. Another time-honored tradition, Campuses Against Cancer’s rose sale, gives everyone a chance to send roses for friendship and appreciation while also supporting medical research.

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Squeaky Clean

Cry-Baby in AssemblyThe Whiffles perform a preview of “Squeaky Clean” from the musical Cry-Baby which  opens in Vinik Theatre on Thursday at 6:30 pm. You can buy tickets at this link.

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Getting in the Olympics Spirit

SkiingIf you can’t make it to Pyeonchang, you better get to Nashoba Valley in the next couple weeks to catch the Nobles ski team in action.

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Baby Steps

Cry Baby RehearsalThe Nobles Theatre Collective runs through a rehearsal of their winter musical Cry-Baby. Six performances are scheduled between February 15 and 23. Advance tickets are available for purchase at this link.

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GargantuaDespite the weather, the middle school production of Carl Grose’s play Gargantua will still open tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Towles Auditorium. The story involves a giant baby that terrorizes London.

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180201_Noble-and-Greenough_Library_0083 1This January, the new academic center opened its doors to the Nobles community. The space includes areas for collaborative work, a quiet study area, a reading room, and, of course, the Putnam Library. (photo: Leah LaRiccia Photography)

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Edgar De LeonThe Friday before the New England Patriots face off against the Philadelphia Eagles for Super Bowl LII, faculty members like Edgar De Leon ’04 (speaking, also in green t-shirt on screen) shared personal stories of the meaning of sports fandom for each of them. De Leon defended his love for the New York Yankees as part of his inextricable bond with his grandfather since childhood.

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All Is Fair in Clubs and Orgs

JCCThis year’s Clubs and Organizations Fair offered nearly 40 different opportunities for students to try something new, pursue a passion and connect with others who share similar interests. Just a few of the many options competing for members were Innovations and Technology, Campuses Against Cancer, Marine Conservation, Students United for Racial Justice and Equity, Young Democrats, Young Republicans, Students for Gender Awareness and Weiqi Club. It was tough to choose! Some decisions may or may not have been influenced by cupcakes and swag. Here, Magdalena Blaise and Kajayla Boyd (both Class I) check out Jewish Culture Club.

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