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February 24, 2017

The 136th Lawrence Board is pleased to announce the selection of the 137th Board, which will begin its tenure at the beginning of Spring Term. Leading the Board will be the Upper Management partnership of Editor-in-Chief Will Madonia ’18 and Managing Editor James Wellemeyer ’18. Other Board members are News Editor Hadley Copeland ’18, Co-Opinions Editors Grace Blaxill ’18 and Isabel Karohl ’18, Sports Editor Alex Yang ’18, Arts Editor ...

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April 09, 2016

Girls Lower Julia Dinmore ’17, Emily Galvin ’17, Vivienne Gao ’17, Katie Hillman ’17, Lizzie Hyman ’17, Lisa Kim ’17 Boys Lower Carlin Fernandez ’17, Teddy Friedman ’17, Greg Gidicsin ’17, Chibueze Ihuoma ’17, Brian Li ’17, Bryce Perritt ’17, Patrick Taylor ’17 Carter Shahin Damji ’17, Alice Gooding ’17, Emily VandenBerg ’17 Kirby Zandra Campbell ’17, Sydney Finkelstein ’17, Sydney Friedland ’17 McClellan Crystal Nieves Garcia ’17, Chisom Ilogu ’17, Adia Weaver ’17, Stanley Sophia Cai ’17, Maren Ogg ...

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April 08, 2016

In May, approximately 1,700 high school students from across the United States and abroad will gather in Phoenix, Arizona to participate as finalists in the annual Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the largest of its kind in the world. Nikhil Gopal ’18 was chosen as one of the finalists this year. The III Former qualified for the prestigious competition after receiving the Grand Prize in the Senior division of ...

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April 08, 2016

This past weekend, Akash Bagaria ’16 and Simran Suri ’16, two members of the Heely Scholars program, traveled to the Massachusetts Institute Technology (MIT) as two of 100 finalists in INSPIRE, a national high school research competition in humanities, arts, and social sciences. For her archival work investigating the racial implications of the Reagan administration’s punitive anti-drug policies, Suri placed second in the History category. History Master Anne Louise Smit P’10 ...

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March 25, 2016

TUESDAY— The Lawrenceville community gathered at the Big Red Farm for Lawrenceville’s Educational Experiential Program (LEEP) Day. There, II and V Formers were tasked with planting approximately 60 Maple trees, while III and IV Formers planted 22 patches of lettuce and built 80 birdhouses. The Program, with the theme “Flora, Fauna, Food,” was designed with the intention of “[raising] awareness about our place, [coming] together as a community to do ...

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December 11, 2015

WEDNESDAY—Vice President of Honor Cameron Anderson ’16 emailed the student body regarding After School, a social media application allowing students on the Lawrenceville wireless server to post anonymously. Anderson noted that while “most of the posts” brought to his attention have been “kind-hearted and uplifting,” some students have “acted cowardly” by posting “mean-spirited comments about other students.” According to one of the application’s founders Cory Levy, After School gives high ...

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November 13, 2015

All-star fencers Matthew Branman ’16 and Natalie Yang ’16 are taking on the world: Their achievements include first-place rankings, placement on international teams, and world cup victories, among others. Next year, the two will fence at a Division I University and will continue pursuing their careers as student athletes. What is your greatest fencing accomplishment? MB: My greatest fencing accomplishment is probably the whole of last year where I ended the ...

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November 13, 2015

How did you first get involved in the visual arts and in creative writing? From kindergarten to second grade, I could barely draw a circle.  It got to the point where my teacher would just hand me a Poland Spring bottle and tell me to trace the bottom of it.  So when everyone else was working on art projects, I would read a book under my desk.  Ironically, this was ...

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January 31, 2014

Gruss-featured artist and visiting Lawrenceville alumnus Jim Toia ’80 challenged high school students to create their versions of islands in petri dishes.  The result is a wide array of tiny scenes, ranging from smiley faces made out of pipe cleaners to shells with googly eyes.Although numerous high schools were involved in the project, Lawrenceville students also contributed to the end product.  Students in art classes participated in the project, ...

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January 17, 2014

Now through January 24, the Gruss Visual Arts Center is featuring the work of alumnus Jim Toia ’80. There will be a reception at Gruss with the artists on Wednesday, January 22, from 6:30 to 8:00 P.M. After Lawrenceville, Toia graduated from Bard College with a BA, and then received an MFA from the School of Visual Arts. Since then, his work has been exhibited around the world, including ...