New vaccine protects young women against HPV, cervical cancer

By Ariane Lange Zoe Johnson ’08 received the first of three shots this summer, which she hopes will protect her against a major cause of cervical cancer, the second most common cause of cancer death in women worldwide. Cervical cancer kills almost 4,000 U.S. women annually. The injection is Gardasil, a newly approved vaccine which […]

Math teacher recieves award

By Andrew Lee Kay Carlson, middle school math teacher, was presented the third annual Carolyn and Marion Hays Award last Wednesday at the first faculty staff meeting. The award was endowed by the family and friends of Carolyn and Marion Hays. Marion Hays was a teacher, dorm head and Assistant Headmaster at Harvard School from […]

New jazz teacher prepares for class

By Stephanie Deutsch When jazz teacher Jerry Margolis retired after 36 years, middle school Pianist for the Choral Program Kevin Babuder informed his best friend Shawn Costantino of the spot that needed to be filled. This year, Costantino is looking forward to being “surrounded by students and teachers of the highest academic and intellectual achievement.” […]

FAC cancels X periods on 5 days

By Jack Schwada Free periods are canceled today in order for teachers to get acquainted with their students, a letter sent to the faculty this summer stated. The proposition was passed by the Faculty Academic Committee in the spring of last year and will be incorporated in this upcoming school year. Free periods will also […]

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