Alumna paints literature quotes on Rugby annex

Avalon Nuovo ’13 covered the walls of the Rugby annex, the two temporary portable buildings across from  Rugby Hall, with quotes from literature chosen by the English Department. Painting began during July and was completed the first week of August. “I saw Avalon balancing herself on ladders and railings to make the mural happen,” English […]

Visual arts head wins activist award

Visual Arts Department Head Cheri Gaulke will receive the “Art is a Hammer” award Oct. 20 from the Center for the Study of Political Graphics for her activism through art. A reception will take place in Hollywood at the Professional Musicians Union Local 47 where Gaulke and her partner Sue Maberry will receive the award. […]

Big Sibs program to expand next year

The middle school Big Siblings program received 180 requests from incoming seventh graders along with 90 eighth graders who will lead the program next year, an increase from last year. “It will be great to see such a large group of students involved in the program,” Chaplain Emily Feigenson said. Fourteen eighth graders were chosen […]

Photography I exhibits projects in Feldman-Horn Gallery

Pictures taken as part of the Photography I class are being displayed in the Feldman-Horn Gallery. Various projects completed throughout the year have been hung on the walls of the gallery and display different methods of photography used during the year. Hand coloring, chromoskedasic, self-portraits, photograms, gelatin silver, pinhole, and photos taken at the Getty […]

Four Yahoo employees discuss computer science industry

Four Yahoo employees visited the Upper School Friday to discuss their job responsibilities in the design and advertisement branch of all Yahoo-owned websites and experiences in computer science. The Yahoo employees focused on their current project, which involves choosing which advertisement is most pertinent to a consumer’s interests. Additionally, they talked about their education and […]