Monthly Archives: October 2015

Well There’s Something You Don’t See Every Day

Another successful Halloween at Nobles. Stay Puft out there, everybody.

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Foster the Sculptures

Stop by Foster Gallery tonight for the opening reception of artist-in-residence Allison Luce’s exhibit, AEVUM SPATIVMQVE ANTIQVVM. Her work features sculpture, paint and video installations. The reception starts at 5 p.m., so be sure to check out the art, meet the … Continue reading

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Practice

Class II students kicked off their Wednesday in Richardson Gym with the PSAT/NMSQT. This preliminary SAT is more than just a practice test for the real thing, since the National Merit Scholarship Corporation uses it as their qualifying test.

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Tech Deck

Today is the final dress rehearsal before OCD Love Story premieres in Vinik Theatre tomorrow. Showtimes are Wednesday through Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m. Learn more about the play here.

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City Year

City Year Boston members visited campus today to talk with the afternoon program community service group about what it’s like to give a year of service working with at risk students in inner city schools.

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Eight Seconds

That’s the amount of time a soldier has to make a decision on the battlefield that could mean life or death, according to Colonel Bentzi Gruber of the Israel Defense Forces. Gruber visited Ben Snyder’s Modern America at War class … Continue reading

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2300°F

Take a peek inside the Makoto Yabe memorial wood-fired kiln. The ceramics afternoon programs fired their pottery today in the green smokeless kiln for the Empty Bowls project to fight hunger.

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Friday Night Lights

Varsity football pulled together to shut down Rivers 42-0 during a special Friday Night Lights event, while girls varsity soccer dominated Thayer 5-1. Photo: Michael Dwyer

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Third Movement

Victor Li ’17 absolutely shredded the ivories this morning and brought down the assembly house.

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Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose

Friday night sunsets lead to Friday night lights. #BigDawgsGottaEat #NeverDunne

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