Monthly Archives: April 2016

Huddle

The Ultimate Frisbee team huddles up after an inter-squad scrimmage during practice on Friday.

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Student Art

Parents, faculty, alumni and students showed up in force this evening to attend the opening reception for the AP 16 Student Show in Foster Gallery. The art show will run through the end of the school year.

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Documented

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas spoke in assembly this morning and answered questions afterwards from a packed house in Towles Auditorium.

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Through the Looking Glass

I spy George Washington Copp Noble, the founder of Noble’s Classical School in 1866. In 1892, Noble accepted a proposition from James Greenough to share ownership of the school, and the name was forever changed to Noble and Greenough School.

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Stepping into a Good Book

Caroline Kinghorn ’19 takes a walk while reading Macbeth during Kate Ramsdell’s Class IV English class.

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Cow Chip Bingo

Amy Duggan ’16, conveniently wearing her cowgirl themed softball team dress, poses with Peaches the cow. Peaches grazed in a grid on the Castle lawn for the South Africa trip’s Cow Chip Bingo fundraiser today. Students purchased plots on the … Continue reading

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Recipe Reel

Molecular Gastronomy students Frannie Adams ’17 and Tim Barry ’16 prep pancakes in the Castle kitchen with instructor Heather Sullivan (left). Today’s challenge was to concoct a tasty recipe and create and edit a cooking video.

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Coach K

Coach Mike Kalin focuses in during the girls varsity tennis team’s match today against Dana Hall.

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Under the Sea

This mermaid mural adds a great color splash to the second floor of the arts center.

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Windows to the Sky

Bob and Ross Henderson hosted the annual Head of School Dinner last night for some of Nobles’ strongest supporters. With the Boston skyline shining through the windows of the John Joseph Moakley Courthouse,¬†science faculty member Dominic Manzo spoke about the … Continue reading

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