Monthly Archives: April 2012

Looking Back on Sabbatical

During my Hawaiian sabbatical with my family on the island of Maui, I was able to step outside of my normal world.  I lived in a different climate and culture and spent my time in very different ways than I … Continue reading

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Freedom Isn’t Free by Jen Hines, Dean of Enrollment Management

Jen Hines, dean of enrollment management in the Office of Admission, shared this personal reflection with the Nobles community during a recent morning Assembly. I come from a military family.  My father served as a pilot in the Air Force … Continue reading

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The Nobles/New Orleans Connection

This March, 41 Nobles students and eight chaperones traveled to New Orleans—the school’s sixth community service trip since Hurricane Katrina. Every student was encouraged to journal and reflect on the experience. Below is an entry from Cody: Upon arriving in … Continue reading

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Leadership On and Off the Field

Earlier this year, recent graduate Phil Hession ’11 came back to 10 Campus Drive during a student-athlete leadership workshop. He spoke to a group of 2011-12 varsity captains about their roles both on and off the fields. Here is an … Continue reading

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The Well-Traveled Road

Welcome to the “Nobles Reflections” blog—a place for members of the community to reflect on their experiences, relationships and journeys. We invite YOU (students, faculty, staff, graduates and friends of the school) to be a special guest blogger. Tell us … Continue reading

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