Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Tent is Up

A worker adds blue flags as finishing touches to the graduation tent on the Class of ’49 Greene Field. Graduation exercises for the 150th class begin Friday, June 3 at 10 am.

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Unleash the Beast

On Nobles versus Milton day, Dick Baker wears shirts with Dick Baker on them. Unleash the beast. #BigDawgsGottaEat

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Conducting Gratitude

Mike Turner conducts the chamber singers and upper school string ensemble in a tribute to Kate Kayaian, performing arts faculty member who is leaving Nobles after ten years. In the past decade, Kayaian has been instrumental in building the orchestral … Continue reading

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High Hopes

Gabby UreƱa ’16 prepares to make the leap off of an element on the Nobles high ropes course. Nick Nickerson takes his Calculus classes to the course at the end of every year to bookend their Nobles experience and provide … Continue reading

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In a Class of One

Julia Chang ’16 works one on one with Tomoko Graham during a Japanese independent study session.

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Trophy Time

Lucinda Quigley ’16, Julia DiNovi ’16 and Tori Chanenchuk ’16, the captains for the girls varsity lacrosse team, presented the ISL trophy to athletic director Alex Gallagher ’90 in assembly this morning. The girls varsity lacrosse team won the inaugural … Continue reading

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Bubble Trouble

Jenny Grimes ’16 got herself trapped in a bubble today during the annual Art Street festivities.

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Center Stage

The Nobles Theatre Collective had their final dress rehearsal this afternoon for the spring mainstage play, “Middletown” by Will Eno. This dramatic comedy goes live this week with shows on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday at … Continue reading

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Chefs d’Oeuvre

In their last Molecular Gastronomy lab of the year, students faced off to deliver the best omelet. Judging criteria included creativity, visual presentation, taste and technical expertise. The final scores were tight, but the entry at right, which featured avocado, … Continue reading

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Mail’s Here

Maxwell Halperin ’16 and the ultimate team deliver two truckloads of food to the Dedham Food Pantry for the United States Postal Service’s Stamp Out Hunger food drive.

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