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Lisa See spoke to the school community regarding the importance of being open to a more fluid interpretation of race and conversations about diversity. Credit: Ryan Albert/Chronicle

‘See’-ing diversity in action: Author speaks to school about cultural identity

Casey Kim October 1, 2018

The Asian Students in Action club invited New York Times Best Selling author Lisa See to speak about her family history and struggles with identity Monday. See is the first all-school assembly speaker...

Students propose future assembly speakers

Isabel Llevat October 25, 2017

Assistant Head of Upper School Michelle Bracken and Director of Student Affairs Jordan Church are taking suggestions for future all-school assembly speakers following Luis J. Rodriguez’s speech Oct 18. In...

All-school assembly honors Carr’s memory

David Lim February 25, 2013

Remembering his "ubiquitous" presence in and out of class, President Tom Hudnut opened an assembly on Monday in the memory of Justin Carr '14, which featured a performance of Carr's favorite song "Unclouded...

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