Monthly Archives: November 2014

Snacking Like a Roman Soldier

Class VI English via Latin classes joined together to rehearse the holiday plays, “A Christmas Carol” and “Power of Light.” As their snack, they got a literal taste of the life of Roman soldiers, as they choked down hard tack … Continue reading

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The Science of Soil

AP Environmental Science students spent the afternoon with Pete Thibeault of Buildings and Grounds, learning about the science of soil and all that goes into maintaining thriving athletic fields and healthy campus grounds, while making ecologically sound choices.

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Yes We Can

Students brought in canned goods forĀ Imani to donate to the Waltham Food Pantry as a part of their event singing at Immanuel Church in Boston this weekend.

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Rainbow Project

LGBTQS hosted the Rainbow Project in Gleason Hall, where students created artwork expressing what love means to them. LGBTQS is Nobles’ student run club that works on breaking down stereotypes and misconceptions of those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transsexual … Continue reading

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Pie Drive

The Middle School had their annual pie drive today in the Castle. Middle schoolers, upper school mentors, faculty, and parents all helped in every stage of the pie-making process to create nearly 300 apple pies, with over half being donated … Continue reading

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Inside the Castle’s Shell

Living, working, and eating together in the Castle is a part of daily life at Nobles. Still, we continue to be struck by its intricate beauty at every turn.

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Students in Pascal Maharjan’s Calculus class focus attentively on a sample problem.  

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First Frost

There was a bite in the air today as the first flakes fell on campus, but fall foliage warmed the scene.

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Just Dance

Over 40 students participated in two performances of theĀ Fall Dance Concert this week. Pictured from left to right are Gevaniah Gabeau ’17, Hannah Lordi ’18, Chase Haylon ’15, Jessica Podgurski ’15, and Diana La Paz ’18 dancing to Bobby Darin’s … Continue reading

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The Weight of Words

Visual arts faculty member Lisa Jacobson explains a new project to her students, inspired by visiting artist Adam Mastoon. Mastoon, a photographic conceptual artist, author and educator, described his creative process and shared work in which he combines words and … Continue reading

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