From the Skies to the Archives

Campus oldCan 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 few months left in existence.

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Apple of my Pie

Pie DriveMiddle 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: Oasis on Ballou and Urban Farming Institute.

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Go Sports

Go SportsGirls 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

Sheep Brain DissectionDr. Regina Campbell-Malone advises Katherine Jennings ’23 on her sheep brain dissection.

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Fired Up

T Shirt CannonJill 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 and girls cross country teams who will be racing in the New England Championships at Berkshire and Choate respectively.

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Nobles Night

Castle Night

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Hang Time

Ellen RappellingEllen Efstathiou ’21 gets some hang time while rappelling down the south face of the Castle with the outdoor adventure afternoon program.

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Around We Go

Marijke DanceMarijke Perry ’18 performs her dance “Water” during dress rehearsal for the fall dance concert: “Around We Go”. Be sure to get to Vinik Theatre to see the show on Wednesday or Friday night at 6:30 p.m. The show is an hour long and features hip hop, tap, ballet and modern dances revolving around themes from the four seasons.

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Catch it if You Can

Castle glareWith the end of Daylight Saving Time, be sure to get outside early to enjoy some sunshine before it sets at 4:30 p.m.

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And Again

Foster and againVisual 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 on view until December 8. Learn more at

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