Monthly Archives: October 2017

And Again

Visual Arts Chair John Hirsch’s solo exhibition in the Foster Gallery opens today. “And Again: Photographs from the Harvard Forest” features prints from nine years of chronicling the research, scientists and ephemera of the Harvard Forest. The exhibit will be … Continue reading

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The Cripple of Inishmaan

Come see the Nobles Theatre Collective’s fall mainstage production of “The Cripple of Inishmaan” in Vinik Theatre. The acting, Irish accents, costumes and sets are phenomenal in this dark comedy by Martin McDonagh.¬†Showtimes are 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Thursday and … Continue reading

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Science Friday

Trevor Spence ’18, Ryan Santoro ’18 and Will Dixon ’18 work on an electromagnetic component for their Advanced Projects in Physics machine.

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Yard Sale Volunteers

Members of the Parents’ Association have been volunteering all week to set up for the Nobles Yard Sale. The Omni is packed with clothes, books, housewares, furniture and sporting equipment. Come by to do some shopping to benefit Achieve on … Continue reading

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Arm in Arm

Two middle school girls walk to the Castle for lunch together.

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DJ JD

Jett Dziama ’18 DJs the drum ensemble warmup mix in the Towles Auditorium booth.

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The Keys to a Great Assembly

Jackie Zhang ’23 played Chopin’s technically demanding Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante, Op. 22 this morning and the assembly crowd went wild when she played the final chord.

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Jon Bonner Voyage

Faculty and students had a surprise goodbye party for Jon Bonner after school today to thank him for working behind the scenes in the performing arts department for nearly a decade. He is moving with his family to the United … Continue reading

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The Eye’s Have It

Stephanie Nomicos ’18 and Marnelle Garraud ’18 dissect a cow eye in Mike Hoe’s Neuroscience class.

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Bridge Builders

The middle school engineering club had a newspaper bridge building contest this morning. This winning bridge supported two bricks.

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