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In-person schooling resumes on Tuesday

In-person schooling resumes on Tuesday
January 14, 2021

On January 19, all students and faculty will return for in-person schooling, Head of School Dr. Tom Kelly said to 446 members of the community in a town hall. Kelly conducted the town hall on Wednesday...

Parent Institute: Sachi Feris discusses racial equality

Parent Institute: Sachi Feris discusses racial equality
January 14, 2021

Sachi Feris, the founder of Border Crossers, a nonprofit organization focused on racial equality, held a workshop with the school’s Nursery and Lower Division parents on Tuesday to spur proactive and...

Wexlers Visit Literature of the Levant

January 14, 2021

Award-winning Ethiopian-Israeli filmmaker Esti Wexler and Israeli producer Elad Wexler, her husband, visited English teacher Dr. Deborah Kassel’s Literature of the Levant class yesterday. The Wexlers...

AP Biology investigates race science with journalist Angela Saini

AP Biology investigates race science with journalist Angela Saini
January 14, 2021

Scientific journalist Angela Saini visited Upper Division Dean of Faculty and science teacher Dr. Matthew Wallenfang’s AP Biology class to discuss her book “Superior: The Return of Race Science”...

Aidan (12) and Maxwell Resnick (12) publish sports analytics book

Aidan (12) and Maxwell Resnick (12) publish sports analytics book
January 8, 2021

In December, Aidan Resnick (12) and Maxwell Resnick (12) self-published “The Stats Game: A Deep Dive into Sports Analytics in the Modern Era.” By discussing advanced sports analytics, the book...

Sam Singer (12) named Regeneron semi-finalist

January 8, 2021

Yesterday, Sam Singer (12) was announced as a Regeneron Science Talent Search semi-finalist for his research profiling underrepresented cancer patients. Singer, one of 300 semi- finalists selected...

Community debates ethics of traveling over winter break

Community debates ethics of traveling over winter break
January 8, 2021

This winter break, many families opted out of traveling due to fears of contracting and spreading the coronavirus.  Before the break, Head of School Dr. Tom Kelly sent an email reminding the school...

Parents, alumni receive COVID-19 vaccine

Parents, alumni receive COVID-19 vaccine
January 8, 2021

Dr. Robert Grossberg ‘88 has barely seen his mother in the past nine months due to concerns about transmitting COVID-19. However, receiving the new vaccine gives him hope that he can reunite with his...

Annual holiday assembly shifts online

Annual holiday assembly shifts online
December 18, 2020

Annual holiday assembly shifts online On Wednesday, December 16, the school held its first ever online holiday assembly, showcasing various student performances and a strong festive spirit...

“How to Paint a Dead Man”: Bauld publishes poetry collection

December 18, 2020

Last week, English teacher Harry Bauld published his latest collection of poetry titled “How to Paint a Dead Man,” a set of 24 works centered around themes of art and death. The title of Bauld’s...

Parent Institute covers social injustice

December 11, 2020

During this year’s third Parent Institute event on Thursday night, CNN rnchor Kate Bolduan P '32 and CNN contributor and author Bakari Sellers educated parents about the racial and social injustices...

Fourth installment of the History Speaker Series: Professors Noelani Arista and Philip Deloria reflect on Indigenous issues and communities

December 11, 2020

On Monday night, professors Dr. Noelani Arista and Dr. Philip Deloria discussed the obstacles Indigenous people face today and the erasure and romanization of their history during the fourth iteration...

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