Monthly Archives: May 2018

3 V 3

Hannah Lordi ’18 and Morgan Hartranft ’18 organized a 3 versus 3 soccer tournament this afternoon to benefit the RV United girls soccer club in South Africa.

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Flashdance

Retiring Japanese teacher Tomoko Graham joined in on the surprise flashmob fisherman’s dance in her honor this afternoon on the beach.

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Stories from a Survivor

Jasmina Dervisevic-Cesic spoke in Nahyon Lee’s AP European history class today about her experience during the Bosnian Genocide. Dervisevic-Cesic is the author of “The River Runs Salt, Runs Sweet” and was the first Bosnian refugee admitted to the United States in … Continue reading

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With Honor

The Cum Laude Society inducted 23 Class I students into its ranks last night. The society, which recognizes students with academic distinction who positively contribute to the school community, is limited to 20 percent of the graduating class. Board member … Continue reading

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Countering Terrorism

Margot Shorey ’04 visited Ben Snyder’s America and Genocide in the 20th Century course and Jenny Carlson-Pietraszek’s Power: Global Issues in the Modern World on Friday. Shorey is the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Program Coordinator in the Africa Bureau Office … Continue reading

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Who Can’t Dance?

The So You Think You Can’t Dance class performed their routine in assembly this morning, demonstrating that they did in fact learn some moves this semester.

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Booth Views

Liam Smith ’19 and Celia Dorsey ’20 drive morning assembly from the Lawrence Auditorium cockpit, the booth.

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Entering the Big Canyon

The NTC’s production of Jaclyn Backhaus’ “Men on Boats” opens tonight at 6:30 p.m. in Vinik Theatre. Additional showings are Thursday and Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m. The play features an all female cast to share … Continue reading

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Stamp Out Hunger

Nobles serves as the collection and sorting point for the National Association of Letter Carriers’ annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Students helped load up two truckloads of food to deliver to the Dedham Food Pantry this afternoon.

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Birdie Business

Ryan Santoro ’18 hits an approach shot during the golf match against St. Mark’s on Monday.

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