Babel is a foreign language literary magazine that publishes written works by students and faculty. It aims to promote the knowledge, study and appreciation of foreign languages. Each issue is focused on a certain theme. Poems, narratives, fairy tales, jokes or any other form of written expression can be submitted. Every piece is followed by English translation in order to facilitate better understanding.
Calliopé is a literary and arts magazine that was started at Nobles in 1980. The magazine is a voice for the arts and an example of the wide range of talents that our students possess. The role of the magazine has grown in the past few years to include coffee houses, readings by authors, and Calliopé-sponsored events in Assemblies. Traditionally there are two issues a year and often a third smaller theme-based issue.
The Nobleman is Nobles' official student newspaper. The Nobleman seeks to: stimulate discussion of pertinent school issues through news stories and editorials; reflect the quality and tenor of school life; record salient campus events; and estimate the school in terms of its mission statement.
The school yearbook is published annually as a record of written and photographed memories.