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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...

Community Council elects Gitelman (12) and Frommer (12) as Co-Chairs

Community Council elects Gitelman (12) and Frommer (12) as Co-Chairs
December 11, 2020

The Community Council (CC) elected Adam Frommer (12) and Yana Gitelman (12) last Tuesday as the CC Co-Chairs. After the senior candidates pitched their platforms, all members of the CC voted on two seniors...

Mace Rothenberg ’74 spearheads research at Pfizer

Mace Rothenberg '74 spearheads research at Pfizer
December 11, 2020

After six years at the school, Chief Medical Officer at Pfizer Mace Rothenberg ‘74 Rothenberg discovered his love for research, ultimately sparking the beginning of a series of careers in research and...

Chidi Akusobi ’08 speaks at assembly about COVID-19

Chidi Akusobi '08 speaks at assembly about COVID-19
December 3, 2020

On Wednesday, Dr. Chidi Akusobi ‘08 returned to the school to host a virtual assembly and a talkback, where he spoke about the social determinants of health: the effects that education, healthcare, location,...

Students attend virtual diversity conference

Students attend virtual diversity conference
December 3, 2020

Students and faculty members from independent schools nationwide gathered online this week for the annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) and People of Color Conference (PoCC) to engage...

Caines discusses criminal justice reform

Caines discusses criminal justice reform
November 20, 2020

Wesley Caines returned to the school for his second year in a row to discuss his experiences with the criminal justice system and his work with the Bronx Defenders at a school-wide assembly on Tuesday,...

Third installment of History Speaker Series: Professor Jelani Cobb on voter suppression

Third installment of History Speaker Series: Professor Jelani Cobb on voter suppression
November 20, 2020

On Wednesday night, Dr. Jelani Cobb discussed the history of voter suppression in the third installment of the Upper Division (UD) Race and Ethnicity Speaker Series, “How did We Get Here?: The Past and...

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