Monthly Archives: November 2017


Here’s a throwback to 1999 when Dispatch played a rock concert in assembly near the height of their rise to independent music fame.

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The ExperiMentalist

Gerard Senehi, the ExperiMentalist, performed in assembly this morning and wowed, stunned, and generally just confused everybody with his impressive mental abilities. We’re still not sure if he’s an illusionist, a mind reader, a magician or as he likes to … Continue reading

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Monday Motivation

In assembly this morning, Bryan Thomas ’20 told the story of his nearly fatal brain hemorrhage in 2015 and inspired the entire school to a standing ovation with his positive mindset and resiliency. Read more about Bryan’s recent TED Talk … Continue reading

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Uche Ndukwe ’18, Sami Alves ’18 and Will Whalen ’19 played a couple casual chess matches in Gleason Hall before the long Thanksgiving weekend.

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Table Read

The entire cast and crew of the upcoming winter musical “Cry-Baby” joins in a table read on stage in Vinik Theatre.

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From the Skies to the Archives

Can you spot any changes to campus in this archival aerial photo? This picture, hanging in the second floor of Shattuck Schoolhouse, was a gift of the class of 1963 and predates even the current library which only has a … Continue reading

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Apple of my Pie

Middle school students, teachers and parents peel apples to make pies for the 15th annual pie drive. Pies are donated to the Single Parent Family Outreach Center, and other pies are sold with proceeds going to two urban agriculture programs: … Continue reading

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Go Sports

Girls varsity soccer held on to win their first round game of the NEPSAC playoffs this afternoon with a little help from this Class IV cheer squad.

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Cortex Quest

Dr. Regina Campbell-Malone advises Katherine Jennings ’23 on her sheep brain dissection.

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Fired Up

Jill Radley ’18 launches a Nobles versus Milton t-shirt into the crowd during the pep rally assembly this morning. All the varsity games are at Milton Academy tomorrow between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., with the exception of the boys … Continue reading

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