Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Cuddly Friend

The Nobles Teddy Bear Club and students from Riverdale Elementary School partnered to purchase teddy bears for the Boston Children’s Hospital in memory of Nicole Ahl, a young friend of the Nobles community.

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Would You Care to Dance?

Students are off today before returning tomorrow for the holiday assembly. But hard at work are their teachers—and these construction workers who are wrapping up the dance studio, which opens in just a few weeks.

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Finishing Strong

Students completed their last set of assessments today to finish up the first semester. Now, they can take a breather with no school tomorrow for faculty comment writing day.

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Remember Summer Days

Summer wasn’t that long ago, a view of the meadow behind the MAC.

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Flashback Friday: Snowstorm

This photo was taken pre-1975 when Nobles was an all-boys’ school and students boarded in the Castle. This weekend’s snow accumulation may not be as heavy, but it might be enough to inspire the first snowball fight of the year. … Continue reading

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As Seen in Halls of Morrison Forum

What more is there to say? As the semester ends, it’s good to embrace patience, perseverance, acceptance and doing the very best with whatever emerges from the egg.

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Connecting Comics to Real Life

Bill Rosemann, editor of Marvel Comics, spoke in long assembly today. He gave students a lesson on Marvel’s superheroes, which included timeless characters such as Spider-Man, Captain America, Batman, Superman and the Avengers. Rosemann analyzed the character’s personality traits and compared them … Continue reading

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Dashing Through the Snow

Time to bring the heavy coats out– winter is here!

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There’s No Place Like Home

Brigit Bergin ’14 (pictured) and her classmates in Chris Pasterczyk’s Advanced Projects in Physics built machines in the spirit of Rube Goldberg, the late American Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist, humorist and inventor. The theme of the project this year was “Yellow … Continue reading

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Snowflake Drive

While shopping this weekend, some members of the community will also be purchasing wishlist items for children in need. Donations will benefit several organizations including the Department of Children and Families in Arlington and Heading Home, a nonprofit whose mission is to … Continue reading

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