Monthly Archives: January 2014

Friendly Competition

Students gathered to play traditional Asian games including Chinese checker (pictured) during X-block to celebrate Lunar New Year, which begins Friday, Jan. 31.

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Sneak peek

Students hard at work on the set of the winter play, Noises Off.

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A Day Off Practice?

Members of the boys hockey team watch videos of their games as learning aids.

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Puppets in the Making

Theatre teaching fellow Jessica Rassp is creating puppets for the middle school play, East of the Sun and West of the Moon, by Tina Howe. Pictured here, Rassp puts on the finishing touches to the Polar Bear, a cursed prince … Continue reading

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Pretty Kisses

Chem and Cuisine students braved single digit temps and first-period sleepiness to experiment with egg whites and sugar. These pretty meringue kisses are made from only four ingredients: superfine sugar, egg whites, cream of tartar and vanilla (with a bit … Continue reading

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Tell Them About the Dream

The Multicultural Students Association hosted this morning’s Martin Luther King, Jr. assembly. In this photo, the afternoon dance program performs a piece set to a Mahalia Jackson song, covered by Aretha Franklin. There is a story that Jackson, a gospel singer and friend … Continue reading

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Game Day

Great win today for Nobles girls varsity basketball against Lawrence Academy, 49-20.

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Year of the Horse

Lindsey Qian ’19 earned first place in the middle school division of the Nengajo (Japanese New Year) card contest hosted by the Consulate-General of Japan, Boston. Qian honors both last year’s zodiac animal, the snake, and this year’s Japanese zodiac, … Continue reading

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Students work together to solve equations in precalculus during the last period of the day.

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Thumbs as brushes

How were these realistic portraits of middle schoolers rendered? With ink and thumbprints!

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