A Manchester, New Hampshire-native, Ducharme, a journalist for Time Magazine told students, "I had always loved magazines..." The text of Jamie Ducharme's speech to the gathered student body in the Richardson-Mees Performing Arts Center (RMPAC) on January 27, 2020. Jamie addressing the student body at Assembly, Monday morning... Hi everyone. It’s so nice to be … Continue reading #TodayAtLA: 2020 J. William Mees Visting Scholar – Jamie Ducharme
by John Bishop "When I was at Lawrence, I was probably the only student in the musical who'd seen the previous ten years of musicals," said Hollywood screenwriter Chris Hazzard '03 when we met in his home in Studio City. "My dad did the show as well. So, I went to all of those." Chris … Continue reading #TBT: Chris Hazzard ’03
By John Bishop Last week, Lawrence Academy boys' basketball added a new member of the 1000 point club. Jordan Richard '20, who will join the Clark University varsity next fall, scored "no. 1000" versus Governor's on January 15. https://twitter.com/lawrenceacademy/status/1217576995363737600?s=20 "I think the mark reflects a measure of consistency and productivity over the course of a … Continue reading Part of the Club: Jordan Richard hits 1000 Points
By John Bishop Over the past week and culminating on Monday, January 20, Lawrence Academy focused on the words and wisdom of Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Most specifically, LA had the words "beloved community" in mind: Our goal is to createa beloved community andthis will require a qualitativechange in our … Continue reading MLK Jr. Day 2020: Beloved Community
While at Lawrence Academy, Lynne Hartwell '08 jumped into the entertainment business and, ever since, has tried pretty much everything involved in putting entertainment on a screen: casting, design, research, writing — you name it.