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How the school is addressing climate change and reducing its carbon footprint

November 6, 2017

Over the years, the school has undertaken many initiatives to help increase sustainability and awareness about becoming more environmentally friendly. Some of these initiatives are ongoing, while others...

Zabar brothers, Stanley ‘49 and Saul ‘46, continue legacy of Upper West Side gourmet emporium

October 20, 2017

Walking down Broadway, Zabar’s orange and white sign is hard to miss. The 83-year-old gourmet emporium serves as a landmark for Upper West Siders. Upon entering the store, prepared food and fine cheeses...

A look into the past: Class of 1992

October 13, 2017

Almost 40 years after meeting the people she still considers her closest friends, Hayley Friedman Morrison ‘92 will be attending her class’s 25th reunion at Homecoming this Saturday. Though the...

A look into the past: Class of 2007

October 13, 2017

More than 10 years after starting senior traditions, heightening school spirit, bonding as a class, and setting the foundations for a marriage, the Class of 2007 will reunite at Homecoming 2017. Jessica...

Behind the scenes: The Disciplinary Council

Behind the scenes: The Disciplinary Council
October 6, 2017

Each year in May, Dean of Student Life Dr. Susan Delanty invites all rising juniors and seniors to apply to serve on the Disciplinary Council for the following school year. The Disciplinary Council...

Girl Scouts take philanthropic action in their communities

Girl Scouts take philanthropic action in their communities
October 5, 2017

As orders from friends and family for Samoas and Thin Mints pile in, Joanne Wang (12) takes time out of her schedule to organize, sell, and pack cookies. Wang has been dedicated to her town’s Girl...

Students conduct science research

Students engage in science research outside of the school after an extensive process of finding a lab in medical centers, universities, and other private institutions, and reflect on their experiences in the world of science.
September 20, 2017

Instead of going away to sleepaway camp or visiting another country, Aurora Grutman (12) spent her summer researching cocaine addiction and its possible treatments. Grutman, like several other Upper...

Summer spotlight: camp & camp counselors

Summer spotlight: camp & camp counselors
September 19, 2017

While some students spend their summers studying on college campuses or traveling the world, many students make time to return to places that they consider a second home – their summer sleep-away camp. Though...

Summer spotlight: voluntourism

Summer spotlight: voluntourism
September 19, 2017

Grace Hill (12) woke up early in the morning, drove to an underprivileged city near where she was staying in Nicaragua, and helped families sell goods in the outdoor market, then she finished the day off...

New Faculty: Melissa Doellman

New Faculty: Melissa Doellman
September 19, 2017

Melissa Doellman will be joining the science department this fall. Doellman is teaching teaching two sections of ninth grade biology and two sections of Advanced Placement (AP) Biology. Doellman...

New Faculty: Camilla Nivison

New Faculty: Camilla Nivison
September 19, 2017

Camilla Nivison will be joining the science faculty beginning this fall. After the departure of two biology teachers, the department needed to hire replacements, Upper Division Dean of Faculty and science...

New Faculty: Laura Weinstein

New Faculty: Laura Weinstein
September 19, 2017

Dr. Laura Weinstein joins the History Department this year. Weinstein began teaching in college at the University of Wisconsin-Madison while she earned her PHD. She primarily teaches US History, but has...

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