Monthly Archives: October 2016

Friday Night Lights

Both the boys varsity soccer and varsity field hockey teams won their Friday Night Lights matchups against Lawrence Academy. Students, parents and teachers braved the cold and windy weather to line the sidelines and enjoy grilled cheese sandwiches, tacos and … Continue reading

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Spooky in Space

Class I students dressed up in space-themed costumes today for Halloween and had a dance battle between some astronauts and aliens on the assembly stage.

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American As Apple Pie

Twelve students from Nobles’ sister school in Toledo, Spain, el Instituto De Educacion Secundaria El Greco, are here for a two-week cultural exchange. During their stay, they’ll join in fall traditions like Halloween and Friday Night Lights. Today, they made apple … Continue reading

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Come and Go

Jill Radley ’18, Maura McLaughlin ’17 and Samantha Walkey ’20 play the parts of Flo, Vi and Ru in Samuel Beckett’s “Come and Go,” which is one of seven one-act plays running during the Nobles Theatre Collective’s fall mainstage production: … Continue reading

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The Nobleman is Here

Students picked up copies of the first issue of The Nobleman for the year after assembly this morning. For those keeping track, this is Volume 106, Number 1.

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Laptop Lounge

Typical after classes scene—a relaxed study session in Gleason Hall.

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Student Directed Play

Friday is your last day to see the student directed play. This Nobles adaptation of “Give the Bishop my Faint Regards” by Frank D. Gilroy is directed by Arunima Prasad ’17 and stars Catherine Kasparyan ’18,  Medhanit Felleke ’17 and Henry … Continue reading

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Reading Up

National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize winning author and historian David McCullough visited campus today to speak in long assembly. McCullough’s most recent book, “The Wright Brothers,” was Nobles’ summer community read. While discussing themes from “The Wright Brothers,” he … Continue reading

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Construction Commencement

The fence posts surrounding the construction site of the new Academic Inquiry Center went up today.

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Lessons from Listening

Vietnam War veteran Bob Lynch visited Ben Snyder’s America at War class to talk about his serving two tours with the Marines in Vietnam and how those experiences have affected the rest of his life. Lynch was only 17 years … Continue reading

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