By John Bishop As far as big sports stories, "local boy makes good" is one of the best to cover. And, true to form, the local sporting press is covering the heck out of Tyler Beede '11 and his return to New England. Tyler -- unfortunately -- will not start at Fenway Park for the … Continue reading Tyler Beede ’11 Returns To Boston
By Jack Horsman '18 To say that this year's club fair -- which was held in MacNeil Lounge on Monday, September 16 -- was a success, is a massive understatement. Students packed the lounge during the club block on Monday to learn and talk about the wide variety of co-curricular offerings this school year. “I … Continue reading Club Fair Rocks MacNeil
What a weekend for Grace Harlan '18 and Middlebury Field Hockey. The Panther goalkeeper has been selected as the NESCAC Player of the Week. The sophomore (and former Spartan) posted a pair of shutouts in goal last week as Middlebury downed No. 9 Bowdoin 1-0 and blanked 18th-ranked Babson 2-0. https://twitter.com/NESCAC/status/1173699237168787456?s=20 After Middlebury's win over … Continue reading NESCAC Player of the Week is Grace Harlan ’18
By Jack Horsman '18 On Friday, September 13, an art exhibit featuring the work of local artist Mohammed Daoudi opened in the Conant Art Gallery at Lawrence Academy. Daoudi's work, which features a range of styles -- including pencil drawings and scotch-tape collages -- is meant to give viewers a look at "a different world … Continue reading The Art of Mohammed Daoudi Now Featured in Lawrence Academy’s Conant Gallery
That's right, the LA Theatre fall play is Pride & Prejudice. Last Friday, auditions where held in Mr. Sugerman's theatre classroom and the cast list has been finalized. Click here to see who will be acting this term: http://bit.ly/2krKWzF Above, are some photos from auditions.