Monthly Archives: September 2017

Racing Rhys

Rhys Drout ’18 won girls varsity cross country’s first home race this afternoon in a course record tying time.

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Hold that Door

This little mouse is up to the challenge of holding open the door to Mr. Blake, Mr. Cluff and Mr. Danhof’s office on the second floor of Shattuck Schoolhouse.

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The girls in the fall dance afternoon program practice West African dance techniques.

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Ride for Food

Nobles hosted the annual Ride For Food on Sunday, and the event raised nearly half a million dollars for local food pantries.

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Saturday Night Heights

The girls varsity soccer and varsity football teams both won their home openers over the weekend at Saturday Night Lights.

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Through the Bio Glass

Take a peek into Jeremy Kovacs’ honors biology class in the newly renovated Baker Science Building.

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Space Man

Author, TV personality, Columbia professor and former astronaut Mike Massimino spoke in long assembly this morning about his path towards becoming an astronaut. Pictured behind him is one of his two launches from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, … Continue reading

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Familiar Sight

Artist in Residence Tommy Matthews is installing his show “Familiar Sight” in Foster Gallery this week. Be sure to come to the opening reception next Thursday, September 28 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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Window Details

This window is located somewhere in the Shattuck Schoolhouse. Can you find it?

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Buddy Holly

Class II students Harrison Cohen-Harding, Liam Smith, Joe Harrington, Henry Dolgoff and Owen Asnis dressed up like Buddy Holly to perform the eponymous Weezer song in assembly this morning.

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