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Reflecting on Civil Rights: MLK Assembly

Reflecting on Civil Rights: MLK Assembly

On Tuesday, January 17, a group of Nobles students took the Lawrence stage to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to encourage reflection and conversation about the current status of issues he cared about in our country.

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Wind, Strings and Orchestra Concert

Wind, Strings and Orchestra Concert

The winter wind, strings and orchestra concert filled the Wheeler Music Center in Lawrence Auditorium on January 12 with more than 70 student musicians. The instrumental concert featured the middle and upper school wind and string ensembles and the Nobles Orchestra.

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Frozen Fenway

Frozen Fenway

On Tuesday, January 10, Nobles travelled 650 strong to see the girls varsity hockey team face off against BB&N at Frozen Fenway.

Proceeds from the event benefitted Denna Laing ’10, a former Nobles, Princeton University and Boston Pride hockey player who suffered a spinal cord injury at last year’s Women’s Winter Classic.

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10th Annual Cotting School Game

10th Annual Cotting School Game

Members of Nobles girls varsity basketball team call the annual Nobles vs. Cotting School game the highlight of their season.

The January 6 matchup between Nobles and the Cotting School, a private special-education day school in Lexington, Massachusetts, marked the 10th anniversary of the relationship. 

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Songs for Everyone

Songs for Everyone

On January 5, Nobles' choral groups took the Lawrence stage for their long anticipated winter concert. From the chamber music singers' Gregorian chant  to the Greensleeves' Spice Girls/Black Eyed Peas mashup, to the middle school's Bobby Darin cover, there was a song for everyone.

 

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Noble Grads
Thank you to Chris Asher '92 for hosting the grad reception at @asherbrewing in Boulder!

Chris Asher '92 explains the brewing process to Mr. Henderson. Bob may have found his next… https://t.co/GoZCaqTqha

Happy Birthday to Mr. Nickerson! https://t.co/PqcvwimQhH

Watching History

InaugurationStudents watch the presidential inauguration in Lawrence Auditorium with mixed reactions.

How Do We Learn? https://t.co/cyYrp1IRi4

Noble and Greenough
Recent grads William Wang and Kevin Lin '16 joined A2A for a ramen dinner and to share experiences and advice from their first semester at college. Here, about half the group gathered for a photo at the end of the evening.

What was the album that had the most impact on you as a teenager?
Music can have such a huge impact on a person’s life, especially during the teenage years. Recently, people have been posting on social media about their top influential albums that they listened to as teens. We thought it would be fun to ask Nobles employees, “What was your favorite album from when you were a teenager?” […]

Foster Gallery
Foster Gallery Workshops Object, Image, Space All workshops will take place in Foster Gallery. No experience is required. All materials will be provided. Come explore! Reductive Painting with Betsy VanOot. January 25th. X-Block Learn to make a landscape by erasing paint. How Watercolors Work with Molly Pascal February 3rd. 2:30-3:30 Experiment with the fluid medium of watercolor. The Physical Image with Curtis Mann February 8th. X-Block Investigate the overlap between photography and sculpture. Please RSVP to John Dorsey if you plan to attend one of the workshops in order to properly plan supplies. Thank you! JDorsey0f@nobles.edu

Gap Year Fair on campus at 1 p.m. this Saturday. It's open to the public! https://t.co/FNBkQZsWMm #Nobles

Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60. Find Yours. https://t.co/ZxjSvPhy0r via @UpshotNYT

This is an absolute must-watch! Thank you @EricWhitacre https://t.co/1cFaBzdr8x

Fun at the Cotting School Game
Great night at the Nobles/Cotting 10th annual Basketball matchup 🏀 Thanks for supporting the South Africa 2017 trip pizza sale. Funds raised go to @grassrootssoccer #bestnightever #Falconsanddawgsunite #packtheMAC

Sound Waves
Class II students learning about beats and sound waves in Physics!!😄🎤🎸 #NoblemanOnline Image by Olly Gill

Thank you to Chris Asher '92 for hosting the grad reception at @asherbrewing in Boulder! https://t.co/P4uabUa2A7

Noble Grads
Hope you all can make it to our authors panel on Tuesday. Here's one of our panelists, Sara Farizan '03 Get your tickets today! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nobles-authors-a-discussion-with-dick-baker-tickets-30855336141 Sara Farizan, a 2003 Nobles graduate, went on to receive her degree in film and media studies at American University. She also has an MFA from Lesley University. Sara is the author of If You Could Be Mine and Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel. Sara writes from personal experience as both a child of Iranian immigrants and as a young woman understanding and embracing her own sexual orientation. Sara has been a Hollywood intern, a waitress, a comic book/record store employee, an art magazine blogger, a marketing temp, and an after-school teacher, but above all else she has always been a writer.

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Noble and Greenough School is a coed day and 5-day boarding school for grades 7-12 in Dedham, Massachusetts.