Monthly Archives: February 2014

Passport to the World

The Foster Gallery unveils its newest exhibit, “Visually Speaking” by Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist and Times-Picayune photographer Ted Jackson. Jackson spent the day at Nobles talking with students and faculty about his work including images that he captured during Hurricane Katrina.  The show … Continue reading

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Field trip to “New Gravity” Exhibit

Ceramics II students, Jordan Averill ’16 and Nick Jaczko ’15, observe the sculpture “Josh” by Tony Matelli in the Davis Art Museum at Wellesley College.

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Soothing Melody

Students performed a piece in assembly today to preview the Chamber Music Concert happening tomorrow, Feb. 27 at 7 p.m.

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Preparing for Service Trips

With March break right around the corner, trips are beginning to gather donations to bring abroad. Baby supplies will travel with Nobles students to an orphanage in Romania.  

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A Chef Returns Home

Bondir Chef de Cuisine Marc Sheehan ’03 visited Nobles today, demonstrating for chemistry students how to make a traditional rustic pasta, pici. Mangia.

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Go Dawgs!

It’s Nobles vs. Milton weekend. Several independent school league (ISL) titles are on the line. Good luck to all our teams!

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Let’s Dance

In honor of the new dance studio, Ryan Smith ’98 returned to Nobles to teach a contemporary dance workshop. Smith co-founded Raw Dance in San Fransico in 2004.

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Today is the annual Campuses Against Cancer rose sale to benefit cancer research. Ava Brignol ’14 picks out a rose for a lucky recipient.

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We Are So Done

Really? Another Nor’easter? We hearty New Englanders are growing weary. Fortunately, some students don’t mind the “wintry mix” too much.

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Rice Day

The Asian Culture Club hosted a food sale featuring a variety of rice dishes to raise money for relief efforts in the Philippines. Pictured here, Japanese faculty member Tomoko Graham and students prepare sushi for the event.

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