Monthly Archives: January 2017

Voices of Glory

The Imani gospel choir sang the Oscar and Grammy winning song “Glory” from the movie “Selma” during the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. assembly this morning.

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David Roane gives Olly Ogbue ’20 a brief lesson in feathering during Thank Goodness it’s Friday Open Painting Studios (TGIF OPS).

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Star Clusters

The astronomy club presents its data on the Messier 67 star cluster to entice more members to join. They use changes in stars’ magnitude and color to determine if they are being affected by nearby objects such as planets or … Continue reading

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Members of the tech theatre afternoon program paint bricks onto castle scenery for the upcoming winter main stage production of “Shrek The Musical.”

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Frozen Fenway

Becca Gilmore ’17 takes the ice at Frozen Fenway. She scored a hat rick in the win over BB&N. Both teams wore the number 24 on their jerseys to honor Denna Laing ’10.

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Making Muffins

  Molecular Gastronomy students Maura McLaughlin ’17, Isabelle Walkey ’17 and Lily Franks ’18 made blueberry muffins. The course provides an enhanced understanding of our chemical world via food and its preparation, featuring the kitchen as its laboratory.

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Absolute Value

Jill Radley ’18 took the stage for a NED Talk, Nobles’ version of the TED Talks series in which individuals with deep knowledge of a subject share their ideas. Radley spoke about the mathematical concept of “absolute value,” the distance … Continue reading

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Feathered Friends

The winter choral concert is a highlight of the season every year. This dynamic performance by the Greensleeves was one of the evening’s standouts. (Photo: Michael Dwyer)  

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Stars and Stripes

Class I students arranged themselves into an American flag for their senior class photo following the all school photo this morning.

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The Last Blast

A month and a half of bedrock blasting to excavate the foundation of the new Academic Inquiry Center concluded this afternoon.

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