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A Gentleman in Shattuck

A Gentleman in Shattuck


Amor Towles ‘83 delighted students in Dick Baker’s Russian Literature course with a visit to discuss his newest novel A Gentleman in Moscow

 

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Read the Spring 2018 Magazine

Read the Spring 2018 Magazine

The spring 2018 edition of Nobles magazine highlights graduates who aid investment in communities, create organic craft beer, design quality clothing and learned the best way to approach a moose. 

Click here to read the magazine. 

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Solar Rollers

Solar Rollers

On May 16, on the heels of torrential downpours and tornado warnings, the sun cooperated as Class V students put their scientific engineering skills to the test for Nobles' 19th annual solar car race day.

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Presidential Scholar Samantha Alves ’18

Presidential Scholar Samantha Alves ’18

On May 8, Samantha Alves ’18 was named a member of the 2018 United States Presidential Scholar class.

Of over 5,000 qualifying students, only one other student in Massachusetts and 160 other students nationwide earned the award this year.

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It's Reunion Time!

It's Reunion Time!

Reunion is scheduled for this weekend, May 11-12. We expect more than 600 graduates and family to join us on campus. Come tour the new academic center. Reconnect with old friends. Say hello to Dr. Catherine Hall, the new head of school. Play on the Beach. Find out more about registration and the weekend schedule here

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Countering Terrorism

Margot ShoreyMargot Shorey 04 visited Ben Snyder s America and Genocide in the 20th Century course and Jenny Carlson-Pietraszek s Power: Global Issues in the Modern World on Friday. Shorey is the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Program Coordinator in the Africa Bureau Office of Security Affairs at the Department of State. You can read more about Shorey in the Fall 2017 Nobles magazine.

College in 2040 according to @GeorgiaTech https://t.co/gqDhxD81E6

First tweet. ISL Tourney Champs. #trophydawgs https://t.co/WcOTwiIlrG Retweeted by Provost Bussey @noblesbuzz

Dawgs win!! 5-4!! On to Andover!! Retweeted by Nobles Athletics @NoblesAthletics

This is the kind of “teens and social media” piece I really appreciate: data-driven, not hysterical, and sincere in… https://t.co/XU3tEfzNwU Retweeted by Cathy Hall @cjohnsonhall

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From science faculty member and bird-lover Deb Harrison, an update on the mama duck and clutch of eggs spotted along the Castle path a couple of weeks ago: "?There is some e?xciting ?duck ?news to report ! At 7:45 this morning, Mrs. Mallard and her 11 ducklings? (hatched yesterday)? left their nest and headed toward the nearest water. In a tight line behind Mrs. M, and with great efficiency and sense of purpose?,? the ducklings made their way to the little pond of water next to the tennis courts parking area, hopped right into the water, and began swimming around. You may have a chance to see them swimming around when you are at the solar car races, and I'll set up a spotting scope to help everyone get closer looks. Thanks in advance for being thoughtful and careful observers so we can avoid harassing them. More news to come with some video, but for now, Mrs. M and her ducklings are doing well?,? and there are a few pictures below for you to enjoy. Mrs Mallard thanks you for your care and support during the egg incubation period that began on April 12."

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Perfect day for Class V solar car races! #vroomvroom

Good reminder about the importance of teenagers understanding neuroscience and their own brains https://t.co/jzOe1wqKGN via @NPR

Huge congrats to Sami Alves '18, one of two students in Massachusetts named a Presidential Scholar! https://t.co/Vnt7Xzfvz2

All School FOOD DRIVE!
It’s official!! The All School Food Drive is on! Did we miss you in the drop off line? Donation bags are available in the front lobby of the school house and middle school. Every can, box of cereal, jar of peanut butter - makes a difference. Come and volunteer this Saturday!!

Today is Rally Day @Noble_Greenough! You can make your gift to make a difference for Nobles students and teachers a… https://t.co/rhAvXhPA7G Retweeted by Nobles Grads @NoblesGrads

Foster Gallery
The doors are open! Swing by tonight for the opening, 5-7pm, to celebrate with these talented artists. Congratulations AP Studio Art!

Running in the Rain
Our two marathon runners George Maley and Hannah Atwood ‘09 ready to roll #noblesstrong #marathonmonday2018

Nobles Girls Varsity Lacrosse Takes the ISL Tournament with their 9-4 Triumph over Middlesex. @NELaxJournal… https://t.co/MiIhjisaAf Retweeted by Nobles Athletics @NoblesAthletics

Who Can’t Dance?

SYTYCDThe So You Think You Can’t Dance class performed their routine in assembly this morning, demonstrating that they did in fact learn some moves this semester.

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The Nobles Theatre Collective invites you on a high-intensity adventure into the Grand Canyon with this year's spring mainstage, "Men On Boats." Join John Wesley Powell and his men on their crazy expedition in the Vinik Theatre on Wednesday @ 6:30 p.m. Thursday @ 6:30 p.m. Friday @ 6:30* p.m. *(followed by a special post-show Q&A with the playwright, Jaclyn Backhaus) and Saturday @ 2:00 p.m. The show runs approximately 100 minutes and there is no charge for admission. “This is a story about America then, told by America now.” - Lin-Manuel Miranda #FloodTheVinik (Get it...'cause there are boats?)

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