Monthly Archives: January 2016

Splash

Melting snow drips off the library roof.

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High Five

Katherine Paglione ’16 high-fives calculus teacher Steve Toubman at the beginning of class. During his 35 years at Nobles, Toubman has earned profound respect for his tireless dedication as a teacher and wrestling coach.

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Book Man

The librarians came up with a festive way to show off their winter spirit.

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Plotting Adventure

While Charlotte Del Col ’17 gave a NED talk about her adventurous semester at the Alzar School in Idaho, Nick Nickerson and Eric Nguyen plotted a way to turn her tales of backpacking, camping and kayaking into more numbers for their next … Continue reading

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Dancing a Name

Demonstrating his studio’s use of dance as a form of expression for those affected by war, Iraq War veteran and Exit12 dance studio co-founder Roman Baca leads students during Nobles’ Introduction to Dance class. In this exercise in identity, students … Continue reading

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MythBusters

Head of School Bob Henderson took the stage with French teacher Amadou Seck to dispel misconceptions about Islam and reject associations of the religion with terrorism and violence. Instead, Seck shared that faithful Muslims embrace peaceful, kind and compassionate lives … Continue reading

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Welcome to Future

George Lee ’84, the co-chief operating officer for Technology, Media and Telecommunications banking at Goldman Sachs spoke in a long assembly this morning. His talk–aptly titled “Introduction to Future”–captivated students and teachers alike and touched on topics ranging from self-driving … Continue reading

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Caribbean Cuisine

Flik got festive today with a Caribbean cruise themed lunch. Toby Welo ’21 and Ben Shaer ’21 chart their course through the various ports of call.

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Smiling into the Weekend

It’s hard to tell if Alex Stimpson ’19 is more excited about Painting I class or the three day weekend.

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Spanish Charades

David Yeh ’18 and Oliver Halperin ’17 play Spanish vocabulary charades in Meg Jacobs’ Spanish III class.

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