Monthly Archives: February 2013

Gallery Opening!

The Foster Gallery unveils “The Keepers,” a photography exhibit by Christine Collins. The opening reception with the artist is tonight, Feb. 28, at 5 p.m., and will include a musical component performed by students and faculty.

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Raising Awareness

The Human Rights Club and the Asian Culture Club joined forces to host Rebecca Kantar, founding member of Minga, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting the global child sex trade. Kantar spoke in Assembly and during X-block today about the growing … Continue reading

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Holocaust Survivor Speaks

Holocaust survivor Max Michelson tells the Middle School his story. The talk supplements the Class V curriculum; students are currently reading Night by Elie Wiesel.

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Box Scenes in Visual Arts

Middle School art teacher Lisa Jacobson takes her visual arts students out of the classroom to observe and discuss box scenes on the wall. Students created scenes using fore-, middle- and backgrounds.

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And The Winners Are…

Several students and faculty member Linda Hurley draw the names of four raffle prize winners. Students traveling to New Orleans this March sold tickets and held a bake sale to benefit a number of organizations with which they’ll work during … Continue reading

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The Schoolhouse, Inside and Out

Between classes on Feb. 21, a little blue sky and sunshine seemed to brighten the mood inside – and out – of the Schoolhouse.

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Opening Night

Here’s a sneak peek of the winter mainstage play “Pink Floyd’s The Wall Reimagined,” which opens tonight. This is the Nobles Theatre Collective’s first drama and rock concert combination.  The shows run from Wednesday, Feb. 20 to Saturday, Feb. 23.

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Take a Hike!

Yesterday, the Outing Club took advantage of the long weekend by doing some hiking up in the White Mountains. Club faculty advisor Eric Nguyen writes, “Five students and three faculty members hiked the Falling Waters Trail to Little Haystack. Here we are, … Continue reading

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It’s All in the Details

In the every day hustle and bustle of busy school life, it’s easy to lose sight of the small things. The campus grounds and school buildings have such character and beauty. Most people could guess that this detail-trimmed mirror lives … Continue reading

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Coming Up Roses

Feb. 15 marked the annual Campuses Against Cancer (CAC) Rose Sale. Each year, CAC members set up in Gleason Hall and hand out flowers to teachers, staff and students. Proceeds of the sale benefit various organizations dedicated to cancer treatment … Continue reading

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